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Diopsis thoracica WEST (Dipt. Diopsidae) important ravageur du riz en Afrique de l'Ouest : données bio-écologiques et application à la lutte intégrée

@inproceedings{Vercambre1982DiopsisTW,
  title={Diopsis thoracica WEST (Dipt. Diopsidae) important ravageur du riz en Afrique de l'Ouest : donn{\'e}es bio-{\'e}cologiques et application {\`a} la lutte int{\'e}gr{\'e}e},
  author={Bernard Vercambre},
  year={1982}
}
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