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The male of Lecane bulla (Gosse, 1851): new support for the synonymy of Lecane Nitzsch, Monostyla Ehrenberg and Hemimonostyla Bartos.

Hendrik Segers and R RICO-MARTINEZ (2000) JOURNAL OF NATURAL HISTORY. 34(5). p.679-683
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journal title
JOURNAL OF NATURAL HISTORY
J. Nat. Hist.
volume
34
issue
5
pages
679-683 pages
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Article
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000086843300003
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0022-2933
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English
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yes
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A1
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171206
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http://hdl.handle.net/1854/LU-171206
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2004-01-14 13:40:00
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  language     = {eng},
  number       = {5},
  pages        = {679--683},
  title        = {The male of Lecane bulla (Gosse, 1851): new support for the synonymy of Lecane Nitzsch, Monostyla Ehrenberg and Hemimonostyla Bartos.},
  volume       = {34},
  year         = {2000},
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Chicago
Segers, Hendrik, and R RICO-MARTINEZ. 2000. “The Male of Lecane Bulla (Gosse, 1851): New Support for the Synonymy of Lecane Nitzsch, Monostyla Ehrenberg and Hemimonostyla Bartos.” Journal of Natural History 34 (5): 679–683.
APA
Segers, Hendrik, & RICO-MARTINEZ, R. (2000). The male of Lecane bulla (Gosse, 1851): new support for the synonymy of Lecane Nitzsch, Monostyla Ehrenberg and Hemimonostyla Bartos. JOURNAL OF NATURAL HISTORY, 34(5), 679–683.
Vancouver
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Segers H, RICO-MARTINEZ R. The male of Lecane bulla (Gosse, 1851): new support for the synonymy of Lecane Nitzsch, Monostyla Ehrenberg and Hemimonostyla Bartos. JOURNAL OF NATURAL HISTORY. 2000;34(5):679–83.
MLA
Segers, Hendrik, and R RICO-MARTINEZ. “The Male of Lecane Bulla (Gosse, 1851): New Support for the Synonymy of Lecane Nitzsch, Monostyla Ehrenberg and Hemimonostyla Bartos.” JOURNAL OF NATURAL HISTORY 34.5 (2000): 679–683. Print.