Assessing Probabilistic Risk Assessment Approaches for Insect Biological Control Introductions

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Leyla V. Kaufman; Mark G. Wright;

The introduction of biological control agents to new environments requires host specificity tests to estimate potential non-target impacts of a prospective agent. Currently, the approach is conservative, and is based on physiological host ranges determined under captive... View more
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