Dragon flies vs. mosquitoes.
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Dragon flies vs. mosquitoes. Can the mosquito pest be mitigated? Studies in the life history of irritating insects, their natural enemies, and artificial checks, by working etomologists. With an introduction by Robert H. Lamborn, PH. D.

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Series: The Lamborn prize essays

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Book

Publication info

New York,D. Appleton and company,1890.

Subjects

Control , Dragonflies , Mosquitoes , Odonata

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Smithsonian Libraries

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http://dx.doi.org/10.5962/bhl.title.5541

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Title

Dragon flies vs. mosquitoes. Can the mosquito pest be mitigated? Studies in the life history of irritating insects, their natural enemies, and artificial checks, by working etomologists. With an introduction by Robert H. Lamborn, PH. D.

Related Titles

Series: The Lamborn prize essays

By

Genre

Book

Publication info

New York,D. Appleton and company,1890.

Subjects

Control , Dragonflies , Mosquitoes , Odonata

BHL Collections:

Smithsonian Libraries

Call Number

RA640 .D7X

Language

English

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LCCN: agr05000055
OCLC: 1615893

DOI

http://dx.doi.org/10.5962/bhl.title.5541

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