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Population variation and dispersal

Variability in Plutella and its natural enemies: implications
for biological control

Author: A.A. Kirk1, G. Mercadier1, D. Bordat2, G. Delvare2, A. Pichon2, L. Arvanitakis2, A. E. Goudégnon3 and C. Rinçon2

Biological and genetic differences between populations of diamondback moth from different geographic origins
Author: A. Pichon, D. Bordat, A. Bordat, L. Arvanitakis and C. Tertois

Development and assessment of microsatellites and AFLPs for Plutella xylostella
Author: Robert D. J. Butcher1,2, Denis J. Wright1 & James M. Cook1

The origins of infestations of diamondback moth, Plutella xylostella (L.), in canola in western Canada
Author: L.M. Dosdall1, P.G. Mason2, O. Olfert3, L. Kaminski3, and B.A. Keddie4

Regional outbreaks of diamondback moth due to movement of contaminated plants and favourable climatic conditions
Author: A. M. Shelton

Estimation of some characteristic dispersal ranges of diamondback moth (Plutella xylostella) (Lepidoptera: Plutellidae)
Author: Jianhua Mo1, Greg Baker2, Mike Keller3 and Rick Roush4

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