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Entomo Helvetica

In 2008, Entomo Helvetica arose from a merger of the scientific and financial resources of three local Swiss entomological journals: Mitteilungen der Entomologischen Gesellschaft Basel (1951-2008), Entomologische Berichte Luzern (1979-2007), and the Bulletin Romand d’Entomologie (1981-2008).

Titelseite Entomo Helvetica 16/2023


  • Zoology