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Lethal exposure times of anoxic treatment in eight species of museum pests (fam. Dermestidae, Ptinidae and Tineidae)

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  • Based On Surveys Of Species Of Museum Pest Insects Commonly Found In Fennoscandia
  • A Number Of Important Species Were Selected For A Study Of Mortality Caused By Exposure To Modified
  • 99
  • 7 % Nitrogen)
  • In Most Of The Species 100 % Mortality Was Obtained Within 72 Hours Of Exposure
  • Preliminary Analysis Of The Results Revealed That The Larval And Pupal Stages Were Most Tolerant To

Abstract

Lethal exposure times of anoxic treatment in eight species of museum pests (fam. Dermestidae, Ptinidae and Tineidae) - DTU Orbit (26/04/14) Lethal exposure times of anoxic treatment in eight species of museum pests (fam. Dermestidae, Ptinidae and Tineidae) - DTU Orbit (26/04/14) Lethal exposure times of anoxic treatment in eight species of museum pests (fam. Dermestidae, Ptinidae and Tineidae) Bergh, J-E., Hansen, L. S. & Nielsen, P. V. 1999 Book of abstracts, International Council of Museums CC Triennial Meeting, Lyon France. Lyon: International Council of Museums Publication: Research - peer-review › Article in proceedings – Annual report year: 1999

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