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II. Dispersal of the Giant African Snail (p. 4)
III. Factors Favoring Dispersal and Survival (p. 17)
IV. Economic Status (p. 36)
V. Chemical Control (p. 61)
VI. Control through Mechanical Devices (p. 92)
VII. Biological Control (p. 102)
VIII. Control through Human Use (p. 146)
IX. Control through Legislative Action (p. 172)
X. Population Decline (p. 180)
XI. Outlook (p. 195)
Bibliography (p. 205)
Index (p. 247)
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