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Duties involve management of the Arid-LandsAgriculturalResearchCenter insect rearing facility.The facility rears four species of Lepidoptera including pink bollworm, cabbage looper, beet armyworms and cotton budworm.Insects are provided to center scientific staff and other cooperators for experimental purposes.