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Beneficial insects inhabiting bovine droppings in the United States



Beneficial insects inhabiting bovine droppings in the United States



Miscellaneous Publications of the Entomological Society of America (61): 10-15



A review is given of the ecology of the major groups of beneficial insects in the USA which contribute significantly to the destruction of cattle dung and the biological control of pest Diptera which breed in it, especially Haematobia irritans irritans and Musca autumnalis.

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