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Non-insect predators of crop pests



Non-insect predators of crop pests



Agricultural entomology, Vol I: 90-116



This review of non-insect predators of crop pests in India includes brief notes on arthropods (especially mites and spiders) followed by a fuller treatment of fishes, amphibians, reptiles, birds and mammals.

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