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Weevils Listronotus marginicollis and Listronotus cinnamomeus that feed on Limnobium and Myriophyllum in Argentina Biological control of aquatic weeds



Weevils Listronotus marginicollis and Listronotus cinnamomeus that feed on Limnobium and Myriophyllum in Argentina Biological control of aquatic weeds



Coleopterists' bulletin 36(2): 302-308




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