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Author: United States. Bureau of Entomology
Title: A manual of dangerous insects likely to be introduced in the United States through importations
Publisher: Washington, Govt. print. off.
Subject (keywords, tags): Insects, Injurious and beneficial

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At head of tltle: Issued Aug. 15,1917. U.S. Dept. of agriculture, Office of the secretary. Contribution from the Bureau of entomology, L. O. Howard, chief, in collaboration with the Federal horticultural board, C. L. Martlatt, chairman


Contributor: The Library of Congress
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