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41. Use of population models to appraise the role of larval parasites in suppressing Heliothis populations (id:CAT71335022)

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42. Population models to test theoretical effects of sex attractants used for insect control (id:CAT87210169)

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43. Biological control of the oriental fruit fly (Dacus dorsalis Hendel) and other fruit flies in Hawaii (id:CAT87201310)

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44. Biological control of the citrus blackfly in Mexico (id:CAT87201300)

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45. Potato insects : their biology and biological and cultural control (id:CAT87209021)

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46. Stored-tobacco insects : biology and control (id:CAT87208479)

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47. Grasshopper egg pods destroyed by larvae of bee flies, blister beetles, and ground beetles (id:CAT87201099)

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48. Parasites of the lima-bean pod borer in Europe (id:CAT86201026)

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49. Parasites of the birch leaf-mining sawfly (Phyllotoma nemorata) (id:CAT86200752)

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50. Parasites of the oriental fruit moth in Japan and Chosen and their introduction into the United States (id:CAT86200722)

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51. Paradexodes epilachnae, a tachinid parasite of the Mexican bean beetle (id:CAT86200715)

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52. Parasites and predators of the Mexican bean beetle in the United States (id:ORC00000574)

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53. Apanteles solitarius (Ratzeburg), an introduced braconid parasite of the satin moth (id:CAT86200471)

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54. Imported parasites of the European corn borer in America (id:CAT90913267)

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55. Imported insect enemies of the gipsy moth and the brown-tail moth (id:CAT86200081)

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56. The genus Calosoma : including studies of seasonal histories, habits, and economic importance of American species north of Mexico and of several introduced species (id:CAT87211702)

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57. Calosoma sycophanta : its life history, behavior, and successful colonization in New England (id:CAT10415616)