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Biological control of weeds in Canada, 1959-1968. 31. Euphorbia esula L., leafy spurge, and E. cyparissias L., cypress spurge (Euphorbiaceae)



Biological control of weeds in Canada, 1959-1968. 31. Euphorbia esula L., leafy spurge, and E. cyparissias L., cypress spurge (Euphorbiaceae)



Technical Communication, Commonwealth Institute of Biological Control, 4: 83-8. Bibl. 16



The importance of Euphorbia spp. as weeds, the background to research on biological control and the ecology and releases of Celerio euphorbiae (Lep. : Sphingidae) are reviewed and control attempts evaluated. Releases of C. euphorbiae are recommended only at Braeside, Ontario.

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