By: TR New
138 pages, B/w illus, tabs, maps
This book discusses insects introduced by accident or on purpose to Australia, and examines the enormous economic impact that such introductions have had. Examples include sheep blowflies, various insects of medical importance, dung beetles, woodwasps, aphids and others. Some important insects not yet present in Australia are also discussed.
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