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Baiting. Some PCOs aren't waiting


Pest Control 57(8): 27...32
Baiting. Some PCOs aren't waiting
The author reviews the use of baits to control cockroaches on domestic premises and sensitive locations, such as the great ape house of Chicago's Lincoln Park Zoo.


Accession: 002308058



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