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Title: Instructions for Insect Collectors

Date Published: 17th July, 1967
Author/s: N. Oloya
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Affiliation: National Forestry Resources Research Institute - NaFORRI


You Etould familiarise yourself with the trees as soon as possible. This can be dole with the heln of Forest Guards or Rangers with whom you should always work closely.
2. We are very much interested in the life histories of
Lepidoptera defoliators under field conditions. ;:e are trying to get out-door cases and insectaries made. But until this is available you shnuld make use of the cages you have got as ouch as possibln. You should collect larvae and rear hi and record their progress on the follewins lines:-

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