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Hope for the elm 5. The elm bark beetle survey



Hope for the elm 5. The elm bark beetle survey



Arboricultural Journal 5(4): 269-273



A geographical survey of elm scolytids in the UK is being carried out by the University of Salford and the Biological Records Centre, using standard record cards completed by amateur and professional observers.

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