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AUTHORSnodgrass, R.E.
YEAR1920
TITLEThe Resplendent Shield-bearer and the Ribbed-cocoon-maker: Two Insect Inhabitants of the Orchard
SOURCEAnnual Report of the Smithsonian institution: 485-510.
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