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Author Ellenrieder, Natalia von.
Title Libélulas de las Yungas (Odonata) : una guía de campo para las especies de Argentina = Dragonflies of the Yungas (Odonata) : a field guide to the species from Argentina / Natalia von Ellenrieder & Rosser W. Garrison.
Imprint Sofia : Pensoft, 2007.

Author Ellenrieder, Natalia von.
Series Pensoft series faunistica, 1312-0174 ; no. 67
Pensoft series faunistica ; no. 67. 1312-0174
Subject Dragonflies -- Argentina.
Cloud forest animals -- Argentina.
Alt Name Garrison, Rosser W.
Add Title Dragonflies of the Yungas (Odonata) : a field guide to the species from Argentina
Author Ellenrieder, Natalia von.
Series Pensoft series faunistica, 1312-0174 ; no. 67
Pensoft series faunistica ; no. 67. 1312-0174
Subject Dragonflies -- Argentina.
Cloud forest animals -- Argentina.
Alt Name Garrison, Rosser W.
Add Title Dragonflies of the Yungas (Odonata) : a field guide to the species from Argentina
Description 1 online resource (116 pages) : illustrations (some color), 1 color map.
Note In Spanish and English.
"The Yungas are highly biodiverse cloud forests extending from Venezuela south through NW Argentina, and are considered one of the biodiversity 'hot spots' in South America"--Page 4 of cover.
Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references (page 114) and index.
Note Print version record.
ISBN 9781435630376 (electronic bk.)
1435630378 (electronic bk.)
OCLC # 192095121
Additional Format Print version: Ellenrieder, Natalia von. Libélulas de las Yungas (Odonata). Sofia : Pensoft, 2007 9789546423054 954642305X (OCoLC)164113546



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