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A history of the biological and integrated control of red scale,Aonidiella aurantii on citrus in the lower Murray valley of Australia
The biological control of this key pest has led to a decline in the incidence of secondary pests to the point where all insect pests of citrus are now regarded as being under effective biological control.
Traps, male lures, and a warning system for Queensland fruit fly, Dacus tryoni (Frogg.) (Diptera, Trypetidae)
Cue lure, 4-(p-acetoxyphenyl)butan-2-one, was the most attractive compound and baits made by mixing cue lure and malathion were of unchanged attractiveness after more than 6 months but mixtures of cues and DDVP declined in attractiveness within 6–12 days.
The use of sterile males to control populations of Queensland fruit fly Dracus tryoni (Frogg) (Diptera : Tephritidae) II. Field experiments in New South Wales
The field trials of sterile males against the Queensland fruit fly, Dacus tryoni, irradiated pupae of this species were distributed in three towns of western New South Wales in the period September 1962 to March 1965 and could be used to suppress incipient outbreaks of Dacustryoni in southeastern Australia.