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Beautiful beast, Lythrum salicaria

, : Beautiful beast, Lythrum salicaria. Proceedings of the 47th annual meeting of the Utah Mosquito Abatement Association, Wendover, Nevada, USA, 3-4 October 1994: 21-22

The control of a Lythrum salicaria infestation on the Colorado River drainage area in Utah is briefly discussed.

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