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Control of mammal pests by C. G. J. Richards

Control of mammal pests

by C. G. J. Richards

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Mammals, particularly rodents, are serious pests in a wide range of environments. They transmit diseases to man and his domesticated animals, consume human and animal food and feedstuffs, both in the field and in storage and damage all manner of materials and installations. Different strategies and methods are available to deal with the various species and environments involved. This book, based on a major international conference held in Edmonton, Canada in August 1985, reviews both general principles and specific case studies in pest control. Control of mammal pests. London : Taylor & Francis, 1987, c1986 (OCoLC)750775910. Material Type: Conference publication. Document Type: Book. Notes: "Published as supplement no. 1 to Tropical pest management, vol. 32, 1986"--T.p. verso. Papers presented at a symposium of the 4th International Theriological Congress, Edmonton, Canada, 1985. Errata slip included. Description: x, 406 p. : ill. ; 24 cm. Responsibility: edited by C.G.J. Richards and T.Y. Ku.

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