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Proceedings of the X International Symposium on Biological Control of
Weeds - July 4-14, 1999

Edited by:
Neal RSpencer -
Montana State University, Bozeman, Montana, U.S.A., 2000.

Session 6: Safety, Best Practices, Legal Issues.

Refereed Papers

Code of Best Practices for Classical Biological Control of Weeds.
     Balciunas J.

Lessons Learned During the Design of an Arthropod and Pathogen Quarantine Facility.
     De Clerck-Floate R., Plue P., Lee T.

Assessing the Risk to Neptunia oleracea Lourby the Moth, Neurostrota gunniella (Busck), a Biological Control Agent for Mimosa pigra L.
     Forno I.W., Fichera J., Prior S.

The Future of Biological Control of Weeds with Insects: No More ‘Paranoia’, No More ‘Honeymoon’.
     Kluge R.L.

Guidelines for Preparing Draft Environmental Assessments for the Release of Plant Pests as Biological Control of Weeds.
     Rizvi S.A

Apion miniatum (Coleoptera: Apionidae) and the Control of Emex australis (Polygonaceae): Conflicts of Interest and Non Target Effects.
     Scott J.K., Yeoh P.B., Woodburn T.L.

Saltcedar Integrated Weed Management and the Endangered Species Act1,2.
     Stenquist S.M.

Biological Control in the Developing World: Safety and Legal Issues.
     Wilson C.G., McFadyen Cruttwell R.E.



Abstracts

• Non-Target Impact of Rhinocyllus conicus (Coleoptera: Curculionidae) on Rare Native California Cirsium spp. Thistles.
     Herr J.C.513

Strategies for the Biological Control of Solanum mauritianum in South Africa.
     Olckers T.

• Predictability, Acceptability and Potential for Non-Target Damage by Agents Released for Biological Control of Weeds.
     Willis A.J., McMaster K., Cullen J.M., Groves R.H.

• Denotes Oral Presentations

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