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    During a disease-diagnosis study which involved a large number of gypsy moth larvae, Porthetria dispar (L.),it became necessary to develop a dissecting dish that, while possessing the positive attributes of conventional wax and paraffin dishes, also could be sterilized and reused.

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    Citation

    Podgwaite, J.D.; Neely, R.D.; Zerillo, R.T. 1974. Reusable autoclavable silicone rubber dish for insect dissection. Journal of Economic Entomology. 67: 458-459.

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