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wasps aphelinid, 74-75 braconid, 14-16,35,37 encyrtid, 50-52,74 eucoilid, 36 eulophid, 24,36,37,61 mymarid,61 platygastrid, 74 trichogrammatid,61

weevils, 69-71

whiteflies, 72-83,89,92-94

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NCR581 Biological Control of Insects and Other Pests of Greenhouse Crops

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