RE: NANFA-- Biocontrol of water hyacinth in West Africa

Hoover, Jan J ERDC-EL-MS (
Wed, 7 May 2003 14:58:47 -0500

Mysteryman wrote:
>>>Now watch, some goober is going to get the idea to introduce them to

Jan writes again:
A friend down the hall who cultivates biocontrol insects and their host
plants just told me:
1) Neochetina is well-established in Florida and Louisiana
2) It occassionally forms nuisance swarms
3) It sometimes will eat frogbit - but in general is innocuous.
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