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The effect of protein sources and of the frequency of egg collection on egg production by the housefly (Musca domestica L.).
would appear that-when the results of the wet and dry season surveys are considered for different agegroups-the prevalence rate of P. malariae in Karamoja district may vary between 14.4% and 19.8%.
TRANSMISSION OF FIJI DISEASE BY PERKINSIELLA SACCHARICIDA KIRKALDY COLLECTED FROM NORTHERN QUEENSLAND
The sugarcane leafhopper, Perkinsiella saccharicida, collected from northern Queensland, was found to be a vector of Fiji disease. Therefore the discontinuous distribution of the disease in Australia
Freon-12 Anesthesia in Two Insect Species
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This work studied the suitability of CO2, ether, and nitrogen for immobilizing the sugarcane leafhopper, Peikinsiella saccharicida Kirkaldy, to facilitate its irradiaton during proposed sterile-insect-release experiments.
An Economical Method of Maintaining Adult Diptera
An economical method of maintaining adult dipterous insects by feeding and collecting eggs through the external surface of the cage was devised for the Queensland fruit fly Dacus tryoni (Frogg). The
Phylogenetic placement and redescription of Aleochara blackburni Bernhauer & Scheerpeltz, 1926 (Coleoptera: Staphylinidae) from coastal Australia
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To investigate the phylogenetic placement of A. blackburni and taxonomic problems within the Emplenota and Triochara clade, 34 populations of 13 coastal and one inland species were studied and a molecular phylogeny of the genus Aleochara Gravenhorst was generated based on three partial mitochondrial genes (COI, tRNA leucine and COII).
Irradiation of Queensland Fruit Fly Pupae to Meet Quarantine Requirements
In Dacus tryoni (Froggatt) no significant differences in radiation sensitivity were observed in 7 strains originating from Queensland and New South Wales. The most radiation-resistant physiological
A new species of Iotarphia Cameron (Coleoptera, Staphylinidae, Aleocharinae) from Tasmanian seacoasts, Australia
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The new species is compared with another species of the genus, Iotarphia australis Cameron, and a description, habitus photograph and illustrations of the diagnostic characters are provided.
A new species of Sisyra Burmeister 1839 (Neuroptera: Sisyridae) from Four Springs Lake and Wadley's Dam, Northern Tasmania
Sisyra nigrescens sp. nov. is described from Four Springs Lake and Wadley's Dam, Northern Tasmania, bringing the total number of described species of Sisyridae (Spongillaflies) known from Australia
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