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Host-finding behaviour of some hymenopterous parasitoids of Musca domestica



Host-finding behaviour of some hymenopterous parasitoids of Musca domestica



Annals of Applied Biology 101(1): 148-151



This paper was presented at a meeting of the Entomology Group of the Association of Applied Biologists on natural enemies and insect pest dynamics that was held at the Department of Experimental Psychology, Oxford University, UK, on 27-28 July 1981.

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