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Erebidae: Estigmene acrea - Estigmene acrea

Erebidae: Estigmene acrea - Estigmene acrea
Emerado, Grand Forks County, North Dakota, USA
August 5, 2013
Size: Length ~ 3 cm

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Photo Autority Request
Dear

My name is Jordan E. Corrales Castillo, currently I working in some projects in my University in Costa Rica about agriculture and improvement crops. I am writing you because I would like apply for your authority to incorporate the following picture, published by you in the webpage bugs guide.

We consider very usefull this image to be incorporated into a little pictorical insect guide that we are developing to corn and beans farmers in our country. It is important inform you that, this guide is for illustrative purposes and non profit, in fact we want to give it and not sale. Our purpose with this pictoric guide is collaborate to corn and beans producers to get learn and recognize more about the pests affecting their plantations and how they can use best environmental controls. With your permission, respective credits and authority will be added in this pictorical guide.

Sincerely
Jordan E. Corrales Castillo
Entomology Department
Agricultural Sciences School
Universidad Nacional, Heredia Costa Rica

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