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Importance of Lymantria monacha outbreaks and results of their control to date in mountain forests


, : Importance of Lymantria monacha outbreaks and results of their control to date in mountain forests. Las Polski ( 11): 12-14

An account of the successful control of L. monacha in Norway spruce and silver fir stands of the Sudety Mountains of SW Poland during 1983-87 using pheromone traps.

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