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High temperature tolerance in two species of subterranean termites in the Sonoran Desert in Arizona.Author(s): M.S. Collins; M.I. Haverty; J.P. La Fage; W.L. Nutting
Source: Environ. Entomol. 2: 1122-1123.
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CitationCollins, M.S., M.I. Haverty, J.P. La Fage, and W.L. Nutting. 1973. High temperature tolerance in two species of subterranean termites in the Sonoran Desert in Arizona. Environ. Entomol. 2: 1122-1123.
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