Experimental & Applied Acarology

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Organophosphate resistance in spider mites (Acari: Tetranychidae) from cotton in Australia

  • G.A. Herron
  • V.E. Edge
  • L.J. Wilson
  • J. Rophail
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Resistance organophosphates spider mites. 

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  • G.A. Herron
  • V.E. Edge
  • L.J. Wilson
  • J. Rophail

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