By: James K Grimm, James K Grlmm and Michael H Gerardi
233 pages, illustrations
A comprehensive study of the life stages, biology, ecology, behavior, dynamics, economic importance, and success and failure of large- and small-scale control programs of the most destructive forest pest in the northern United States today.
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