Inherent tolerance in larvae of the root weevils <i>Sciopithes obscurus</i> Horn and <i>Nemocestes incomptus</i> (Horn) to common soil insecticides
Keywords:<i>Nemocestes incomptus</i>, <i>Sciopithes obscurus</i>
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