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Cornell University. Diadegma insulare. http:/ / www.nysaes.cornell.edu/ ent/ biocontrol/ parasitoids/ diadegma.html 
UC IPM. Trichogramma pretiosum. http:/ / www.ipm.ucdavis.edu/ PMG/ H/ I-LP-HZEA-TS.028.html 
Mahr, S. Trichopodes pennipes, parasitoid of true bugs. http:/ / www.entomology.wisc.edu/ mbcn/ kyf605.html 
Lubilosa Project. Biological control of grasshoppers and locusts. http:/ / www.lubilosa.org/ main.htm 
Kok, L.; Kok, V. Biological control. http:/ / www.ento.vt.edu/ ~kok/ Biological_Control/ Main_body.htm 
Rutgers University. Biopesticides. The State University of New Jersey. http:/ / ir4.rutgers.edu/ biopesticides.html 
Bragg, P. Care sheet 2 of Praying mantis. http:/ / www.ex.ac.uk/ bugclub/ mantids.html 
UC Davis. Convergent lady beetle. http:/ / www.ipm.ucdavis.edu/ PMG/ NE/ convergent_lady_beetle.html 
Cornell University. Cotesia lifecycle. http:/ / www.nysaes.cornell.edu/ ent/ biocontrol/ parasitoids/ cotesia.html 
University of Kentucky. Cotesia species of economic importance. http:/ / www.uky.edu/ ~mjshar0/ genera/ Cotesia/ cotesia.html 

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