Field Colonization, Population Growth, and Dispersal of Boreioglycaspis Melaleucae Moore, a Biological Control Agent of the Invasive Tree Melaleuca Quinquenervia (Cav.) Blake

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Center, T.D.; Pratt, P.D.; Tipping, P.W.; Rayamajhi, M.B.; Van, T.K.; Wineriter, S.A.; Dray, F.A.; Purcell, M.F. ORCID ID icon


2006


Journal Article


Biological Control


39


3


363-374


Entomology; Weed Biological Control; Establishment; Plant Damage; Integrated Weed Management; Paperbark Tree; Florida Everglades; Classical Biological Control; Weed Control; Release Strategies


https://doi.org/10.1016/j.biocontrol.2006.08.009


English


10499644


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Center, T.D.; Pratt, P.D.; Tipping, P.W.; Rayamajhi, M.B.; Van, T.K.; Wineriter, S.A.; Dray, F.A.; Purcell, M.F. Field Colonization, Population Growth, and Dispersal of Boreioglycaspis Melaleucae Moore, a Biological Control Agent of the Invasive Tree Melaleuca Quinquenervia (Cav.) Blake. Biological Control. 2006; 39(3):363-374. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.biocontrol.2006.08.009



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