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  1. Don't move gypsy moth.
    By: United States.
    Publication info: [Washington, D.C.] :U.S. Dept. of Agriculture,1990.
    Contributed by: U.S. Department of Agriculture, National Agricultural Library
    Subjects: forest trees  household equipment  Insect Control  laws and regulations  Lymantria dispar  Prevention  spread  Woody plants  
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  2. Don't move gypsy moth.
    By: United States.
    Publication info: [Washington, D.C.] :U.S. Dept. of Agriculture,1998.
    Contributed by: U.S. Department of Agriculture, National Agricultural Library
    Subjects: forest trees  household equipment  Insect Control  laws and regulations  Lymantria dispar  Prevention  spread  United States  Woody plants  
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  3. Don't move gypsy moth.
    By: United States.
    Publication info: [Washington, D.C.] :U.S. Dept. of Agriculture,1985.
    Contributed by: U.S. Department of Agriculture, National Agricultural Library
    Subjects: forest trees  household equipment  Insect Control  laws and regulations  Lymantria dispar  Prevention  spread  Woody plants  
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  4. Facts about the screwworm barrier program.
    By: United States.
    Publication info: [Washington]U.S. Agricultural Research Service,1967.
    Contributed by: U.S. Department of Agriculture, National Agricultural Library
    Subjects: Cochliomyia hominivorax  Control  Diptera  Domestic animals  Insect Control  Screwworm  
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  5. First report on economic zoology / by Fred. V. Theobald.
    By: Theobald, Fred. V. - Theobald, Frederick V. - British Museum (Natural History)
    Publication info: London :British Museum (Natural History),1903.
    Contributed by: Multiple institutions
    Subjects: Beneficial insects  Electronic books  Insect Control  Insect pests  Zoology, Economic  
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  6. The house fly, disease carrier; an account of its dangerous activities and of the means of destroying it.
    By: Howard, L. O.
    Publication info: New York :Stokes,c1911.
    Contributed by: University of California Libraries (archive.org)
    Subjects: Diptera  Flies  Insect Control  Insect Vectors  Insects as carriers of disease  
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  7. Insect foes and how to destroy them economic entomology / by J. Hoyes Panton.
    By: Panton, J. Hoyes
    Publication info: [London, Ont.? :s.n.],1895
    Contributed by: Canadiana.org (archive.org)
    Subjects: Entomology  Insect Control  Insects, Injurious and beneficial  
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  8. Population dynamics of the major North American needle-eating budworms.
    By: Campbell, R.W.
    Contributed by: U.S. Department of Agriculture, National Agricultural Library
    Subjects: forest pests  Insect Control  Insect pests  literature reviews  North America  Population Dynamics  
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  9. Scientific farming addresses / by Prof. Saunders and James Fletcher.
    By: Saunders, William, - Fletcher, James, - North Lanark Farmers' Institute.
    Publication info: [Ottawa? :s.n.],1888
    Contributed by: Canadiana.org (archive.org)
    Subjects: Experimentation  Fungous diseases of plants  Insect Control  
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  10. Some common birds in their relation to agriculture /
    By: Beal, F. E. L.
    Publication info: Washington, D.C. :U.S. Dept. of Agriculture,1897.
    Contributed by: U.S. Department of Agriculture, National Agricultural Library
    Subjects: AgSpace  Animal behavior  beneficial organisms  bio-control  Biological control  biological control agents  Birds  cultural control  feeding behavior  Insect Control  Internet resource  wild birds  wildlife food habits  
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  11. Some miscellaneous results of the work of the Division of Entomology /
    By: Howard, L. O. - Chittenden, F. H. - Coquillett, D. W. - Hunter, W. D. - Marlatt, C. L. - Matsumura, M. - Zehntner, Leo, - United States.
    Edition: New ser.
    Publication info: Washington, D.C. :U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Division of Entomology :1898.
    Contributed by: University of Florida, George A. Smathers Libraries
    Subjects: Entomology  Insect Control  Insect pests  
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