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Studies on the thrips (Thysanoptera) unrecorded in Korea III


, : Studies on the thrips (Thysanoptera) unrecorded in Korea III. Korean Journal of Entomology 3(1): 9-14

This paper deals with four species of thrips hitherto unrecorded from Korea: Aeolothrips fasciatus (L.), A. kurosawai Bhatti, Hercinothrips femoralis and Chirothrips manicatus (Hal.).

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