Edible insects and other invertebrates in Australia : future prospects

@inproceedings{Yen2010EdibleIA,
  title={Edible insects and other invertebrates in Australia : future prospects},
  author={Alan Louey Yen},
  year={2010}
}
At the time of European settlement, the relative importance of insects in the diets of Australian Aborigines varied across the continent, reflecting both the availability of edible insects and of other plants and animals as food. The hunter-gatherer lifestyle adopted by the Australian Aborigines, as well as their understanding of the dangers of overexploitation, meant that entomophagy was a sustainable source of food. Over the last 200 years, entomophagy among Australian Aborigines has… CONTINUE READING
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