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† The term ‘insect-proof enclosure’ is used throughout the risk assessment and risk management plan and refers to an enclosure designed to prevent key pollinating insects from accessing the GM papayas and to exclude wildlife, particularly animals that may feed on or disperse papaya fruit and seeds, such as bats and possums.

* The term ‘insect-proof enclosure’ is used throughout the risk assessment and risk management plan and refers to an enclosure designed to prevent key pollinating insects from accessing the GM papayas and to exclude wildlife, particularly animals that may feed on or disperse papaya fruit and seeds, such as bats and possums.



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