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Impacts on gorse ( Ulex europaeus ) seed production of two biological control agents , gorse seed weevil ( Exapion ulicis ) and gorse pod moth ( Cydia succedana ) , in Canterbury , New Zealand

@inproceedings{Partridge2010ImpactsOG,
  title={Impacts on gorse ( Ulex europaeus ) seed production of two biological control agents , gorse seed weevil ( Exapion ulicis ) and gorse pod moth ( Cydia succedana ) , in Canterbury , New Zealand},
  author={T. Partridge and A. Gourlay and R. Hill and P. Pratt},
  year={2010}
}
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