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Cuticular hydrocarbons of eight species of North American cone beetles, Conophthorus Hopkins.Author(s): M. Page; L.J. Nelson; M.I. Haverty; G.J. Blomquist
Source: J. Chem. Ecol. 16: 1173-1198.
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CitationPage, M., L.J. Nelson, M.I. Haverty, and G.J. Blomquist. 1990. Cuticular hydrocarbons of eight species of North American cone beetles, Conophthorus Hopkins. J. Chem. Ecol. 16: 1173-1198.
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