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Haseeb, M., C.W.O’Brien and M.T.K. Kairo (October 2010) Potentially Invasive Weevil Species from the Caribbean Countries to the United States, Lucid v. 3.4. USDA/APHIS/PPQ Center for Plant Health Science and Technology, Center for Biological Control, CESTA, Florida A&M University.
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Dr. Moses Kairo
Director, Center for Biological Control
310 Perry-Paige Build. (South)
Florida A&M University
Dr. Muhammad Haseeb
Center for Biological Control
308 Perry-Paige Build. (South)
Florida A&M University
Dr. Terrence Walters
National Weed Management Laboratory
Center for Plant Health Science and Technology
USDA, APHIS, Plant Protection and Quarantine
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Fort Collins, CO80526-8117
Dr. Charles O'Brien
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Green Valley, AZ85614-8047