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8430. Stoltz, R.L., H.W. Homan, and C.R. Baird. 1990. Beneficial organisms associated with Pacific Northwest crops.. PNW 343, Ag Publications J40, Univ. Idaho, Moscow, ID 83843.
This seven-page publications contains full color photos and descriptions of 14 of the more common beneficial insects - as well as spiders, mites, and fungi - found in Pacific Northwest field crops. It is designed to assist farmers in identifying the beneficials.

6766. Tanigoshi, L.. 1990. untitled. unpublished list, Dept. of Entomology, Washington State Univ., Pullman, WA.
The table lists the natural enemies of the Russian wheat aphid (RWA) Diuraphis noxia, the country of origin, and the release date in WA state. Over ten natural enemies have been released to date.

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