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By: A Andersen, P Jacklyn, T Dawes Gromadzki and I Morris
44 pages, colour photos
Termite mounds are a distinctive feature of northern Australia, and the role of termites is crucial to ecosystems in this part of the world. More than 100 species of termites inhabit northern Australia, but little is known about many of these.
This book discusses termite societies and their role in the ecosystem, and outlines some of the Aboriginal uses of termites.
Useful for tourists, amateur naturalists and researchers.
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