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The photos presented here are of insects that were collected from 2000 to 2003 in Arizona cotton, alfalfa, lantana, malva and sonchus plots. These plots were located at Maricopa, Mariana and Yuma, Arizona. They were collected in the course of carrying out a scientific study on the insects that live in these environments.
The identifications in this collection were made by Nuris Acosta, M.S.
The camera used to take these photos and some of the pictures were provided by Steven Naranjo, USDA-ARS, Western Cotton Lab, Phoenix, AZ.
Any questions regarding these photos can be addressed to:
Nuris Acosta, email@example.com
Ohio State University, Ohio Agricultural Research and Development Center, 1680
Madison Ave., Wooster, Ohio 44691, USA
Steven Naranjo, firstname.lastname@example.org USDA-ARS, Western Cotton Lab, Phoenix, AZ.
Peter Ellsworth, email@example.com University of Arizona, Maricopa Agricultural Center, Maricopa, AZ.
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