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July 1997
Pest Control;Jul97, Vol. 65 Issue 7, p56
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Presents answers to an inquiry on how to control German cockroaches in a veterinary clinic in the United States. Disease carried by cockroaches; Location of all cockroach harborages; Basic sanitation measures; Need for animal feed storage by localized in one area.


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