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Australian Moths for Hydrilla Control.

@inproceedings{Habeck1996AustralianMF,
  title={Australian Moths for Hydrilla Control.},
  author={D. Habeck},
  year={1996}
}
  • D. Habeck
  • Published 1996
  • Biology
  • Abstract : Biological studies and initial host-range tests of four species of aquatic caterpillars that feed on Hydrilla verticillata were conducted in Australia. One of these species, Parapoynx Diminutalis, has accidentally been introduced into the United States and occurs in lakes and ponds or in backwaters along rivers. The other three species, Aulacodes Siennata Nymphula Eromenalis and Strepsinoma Repititalis, apparently are restricted to permanent streams and have never been found in the… CONTINUE READING
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