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A pictorial model of the impact of natural enemies on the population growth rate of the scale insect Aonidiella aurantii



A pictorial model of the impact of natural enemies on the population growth rate of the scale insect Aonidiella aurantii



South African Journal of Science 84(4): 270-272



An inductive pictorial model is provided which summarizes the role played by natural enemies in reducing the population growth rate of the diaspidid Aonidiella aurantii.

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