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Management of the gypsy moth through a decision algorithm under the STS projectAuthor(s): Patrick C. Tobin; Alexei A. Sharov; Andrew A. Liebhold; Donna S. Leonard; E. Anderson Roberts; Matthew R. Learn
Source: American Entomologist. 50(4): 200-209.
Publication Series: Miscellaneous Publication
Station: Northeastern Research Station
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CitationTobin, Patrick C.; Sharov, Alexei A.; Liebhold, Andrew A.; Leonard, Donna S.; Roberts, E. Anderson; Learn, Matthew R. 2004. Management of the gypsy moth through a decision algorithm under the STS project. American Entomologist. 50(4): 200-209.
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