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close this bookStudy on Integrated Pest Management for Libraries and Archives (UNESCO, 1988, 119 p.)
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Open this folder and view contentsMajor pests of libraries and archives: their habits and life histories
Open this folder and view contentsRecognition of damage caused by pests in libraries, archives, and their collections
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