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Wouter Dekoninck, Frederick Hendrickx and Patrick Grootaert (2011)

The importance of extensive voucher specimen collections to basic invertebrate inventory, databases and Red Lists: case studies of 3 insect families (Carabidae, Culicidae and Formicidae) from the RBINS Entomology Collection.

In: Abstractbook 2011 SPNCH Meeting at California Academy of Sciences, pp. 52-53, Sustainable Museums/Sustaining Collections, San Francisco.

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