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A contribution to the lepidopterous fauna of Morocco


, : A contribution to the lepidopterous fauna of Morocco. Bull Soc Ent France (13/14): 144

Orgya [recte Orgyia] durandi(p. 144), Morocco, type in the coll. of M. G. Durand.

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