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The Asian honey bee : report of an incursion in Cairns 2007 : technical aspects of the response / J. Shield
Bib ID 4770898
Format BookBook
Author
Shield, Jack
 
Description [Brisbane?] : Dept. of Primary Industries and Fisheries, [2009?] 
104 p. : col. ill., maps, facsims. ; 30 cm. 
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Subjects Honeybee -- Control -- Queensland -- Cairns.  |  Introduced insects -- Control -- Queensland -- Cairns.  |  Nonindigenous pests -- Control -- Queensland -- Cairns.
Other authors/contributors Queensland. Department of Primary Industries and Fisheries
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Report of an incursion in Cairns 2007

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