Forensic entomology

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Barnes, Kate M. 2013. Forensic entomology. in: CRC Press.
AuthorsBarnes, Kate M.
KeywordsForensic entomology; Insect succession; Post-mortem; Forensic science
Year2013
PublisherCRC Press
ISBN9781439813744
Web address (URL)http://hdl.handle.net/10545/621249
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