Dear Scarab Workers

 

I attach a paper providing a review of the South African species of Pegylis.

 

Best regards

James

 

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The Biology of a Changing World: Conserving African Biodiversity

 

James du G. Harrison (Zoological Curator & Lecturer) Ph.D.

Life Sciences Museum and Biodiversity Centre

School of Animal, Plant and Environmental Sciences (AP&ES)

University of the Witwatersrand, Private Bag 3, WITS 2050, South Africa

Tel +27(0)11-717-6464     Fax +27(0)11-717-6494

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