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J. C. V. Guerra, Jr., Issa, M. R. C., Carneiro, F. E., Strapazzon, R., and Moretto, G., RAPD identification of Varroa destructor genotypes in Brazil and other regions of the Americas, vol. 9, pp. 303-308, 2010.
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