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An improved technique for early detection and control of the Sirex wood wasp in radiata pine plantations Sirex noctilio, Pinus radiata, Australia



An improved technique for early detection and control of the Sirex wood wasp in radiata pine plantations Sirex noctilio, Pinus radiata, Australia



Australian forestry 5(2): 117-124




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