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Insects injurious to unfinished and finished wood products.Author(s): H.B. Moore; M.I. Haverty
Source: In J. A. Rudinsky (ed.) Forest Insect Survey and Control. Oregon State Univ. Press. Pages 255-343.
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CitationMoore, H.B. and M.I. Haverty. 1979. Insects injurious to unfinished and finished wood products. In J. A. Rudinsky (ed.) Forest Insect Survey and Control. Oregon State Univ. Press. Pages 255-343.
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