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1. Detection of low levels of baculovirus for outbreak-terminating epizootics in defoliating insects (id:7265271)

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2. Asian citrus psyllid biological control release program (id:7195761)

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3. Plant Protection and Quarantine : helping U.S. agriculture thrive-across the country and around the world : 2018 annual report (id:7202601)

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4. Frequently asked questions : proposed rule to deregulate the domestic emerald ash borer quarantine (id:7208753)

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5. Gusano barrenador del ganado : lo que usted debe saber (id:7204394)

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6. Questions and answers : sodium nitrite toxic bait for feral swine (id:7204872)

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7. Plant Protection and Quarantine : helping U.S. agriculture thrive-across the country and around the world : 2017 annual report (id:7204404)

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8. Questions and answers : USDA's emerald ash borer biological control program (id:7204798)

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9. Plant Protection and Quarantine : helping U.S. agriculture thrive-across the country and around the world : 2016 annual report (id:7222254)

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10. Plant Protection and Quarantine: Helping U.S. Agriculture Thrive--Across the Country and Around the World, 2016 Annual Report (id:7207241)

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11. A compilation of results of Sirex noctilio projects by CPHST scientists and their university cooperators, 2006-2012 (id:60873)

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12. Grazing invasive annual grasses : the green and brown guide (id:55316)

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13. Ecological principles for invasive plant management (id:46526)

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14. Relationships of natural enemies and non-prey foods (id:49079)

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15. Mediterranean pine engraver (id:7504444)

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16. Historia natural de la avispita Phymastichus coffea (id:26960)

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17. Biological control of yellow starthistle : new prospects for an old problem (id:43528)

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18. Insects and other arthropods that feed on aquatic and wetland plants (id:26762)

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19. IPM and biological control of plant diseases and pests : horticultural crops : January 1994 - June 1996 (id:7085316)

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20. IPM and biological control of plant pests : horticultural crops : January 1992-December 1993 (id:7085317)

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21. Cultural and mechanical weed control : January 1991-April 1994 (id:7016914)

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22. Final technical report : assessing the potential for biological control of the gypsy moth and other pests in the urban forest (id:CAT10826077)

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23. IPM and biological control of plant pests : field crops : January 1991-July 1993 (id:7057178)

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24. Effects of weather on the biological control of alligatorweed in the Lower Mississippi Valley Region, 1973-83 (id:CAT92989413)

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25. Integrated pest management : biological control : natural enemies (id:7085319)

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26. IPM and biological control of weeds : January 1990-September 1992 (id:7057179)

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27. Principles of insect parasitism analyzed from new perspectives : practical implications for regulating insect populations by biological means (id:CAT92991411)

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28. Pine spittlebug : its ecology and management (id:CAT92966270)

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29. Management guidelines for increasing population of birds that feed on western spruce budworm (id:CAT87869661)

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30. Spruce budworms handbook : regional evaluation of B.t. for spruce budworm control (id:CAT87212360)

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31. Collecting, handling and releasing Rhinocyllus conicus, a biological control agent of musk thistle (id:CAT87208949)

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32. Insects and fungi associated with Carduus thistles (compositae) (id:CAT87201579)

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33. Diseases of the gypsy moth : how they help to regulate populations (id:CAT10310201)

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34. Economic feasibility of a biological control technology using a parasitic wasp, Pediobius foveolatus, to manage Mexican bean beetle on soybeans (id:CAT87202111)

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35. Probable evolution and morphological variation in South American Disonychine flea beetles (Coleoptera: Chrysomelidae) and their amaranthaceous hosts (id:CAT80727487)

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36. Selected parasites and hyperparasites of the gypsy moth, with keys to adults and immatures (id:CAT87208637)

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37. Introduced parasites and predators of arthropod pests and weeds : a world review (id:CAT87208759)

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38. Integrating control of the Japanese beetle : a historical review (id:CAT77682612)

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39. The gypsy moth and its natural enemies (id:CAT87210012)

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40. Biology and taxonomy of nematode parasites and associates of bark beetles in the United States (id:CAT87208756)

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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)