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From Forest Health News 109, July 2001.

Last month, Forest Health News reported on the interception and treatment of the pinewood nematode insect vector (Monochamus alternatus) in Queensland. Anyone seeking up to date information on the biology and impact of this nematode and its vector should consult:
The photograph of Monochamus in last month's issue was taken from the second web site (John A. McLean).

Ian Hood, Editor

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