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A Bembecid predaceous upon Hemiptera


, : A Bembecid predaceous upon Hemiptera. Physis. Buenos Aires, December 20th. 4: 17, 348-349

Larvae of Rhynchota found in the nest of the Bembecid wasp, Bembidula discisa, Tasch., included Edessa meditabunda, L., Spartocerus brevicornis, Stal, and Pachylis argentinus, Berg.

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