PORTLAND, Ore. — It’s a tiny fruit fly with an exotic name and a taste for some of Oregon’s most valuable crops. And since its surprise and destructive appearance last August, the state’s leading entomologists have been engaged in a frantic, crash course to find it, understand it and control it.
, April 19, 2010
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