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Application of insect sex pheromones in detection and control of fruit tree pests: oriental fruit moth (Grapholitha molesta Busck) and peach fruit moth (Carposina nipponensis Walsingham)



Application of insect sex pheromones in detection and control of fruit tree pests: oriental fruit moth (Grapholitha molesta Busck) and peach fruit moth (Carposina nipponensis Walsingham)



Proceedings of the Chinese Academy of Sciences United States National Academy of Sciences Joint Symposium on Biological Control of Insects: Sept 25-28-1982 Beijing China edited by PL Adkisson and Shijun Ma: 400




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