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Journal Article

Suppression of a Field Population of Houseflies with Spalangia endius

Philip B. Morgan, R. S. Patterson, G. C. LaBrecque, D. E. Weidhaas and A. Benton
Science
New Series, Vol. 189, No. 4200 (Aug. 1, 1975), pp. 388-389
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/1740572
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Abstract

Sustained releases of the microhymenopteran pupal parasite Spalangia endius, at a commercial poultry installation in north Florida, completely suppressed a population of houseflies within 35 days.

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