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Recent Observations on Borers of the Genus Platypus in some Trees in the Zoological Garden at La Plata


, : Recent Observations on Borers of the Genus Platypus in some Trees in the Zoological Garden at La Plata. Maderil. Buenos Aires, 3: 31, 5-10

Platypus sulcatus, Chapuis, has been observed infesting Casuarina, Platanus, Populus and Eucalyptus at La Plata, Argentina.

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