3 edition of The North American and West Indian digger wasps of the genus Sphex (Ammophila auct.) found in the catalog.
The North American and West Indian digger wasps of the genus Sphex (Ammophila auct.)
H. T. Fernald
|Statement||By. H.T. Fernald...|
|LC Classifications||QL568 .V5F5|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||167|
|LC Control Number||34011947|
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