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« on: November 01, 2010, 08:03:37 pm »

Hola, dejo aquí una información muy interesante que me ha pasado hoy su autor, Adolfo Cordero, acerca de odonatos (libélulas y caballitos del diablo) para aquellas personas interesadas en este maravilloso micro-mundo.
 
http://ecoevo.uvigo.es/ecoevo_005.htm
 
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Jesús Contreras
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