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Title: Biting midge investigations at Palmerston and the effectiveness of clearing mangroves as a buffer
Authors: Northern Territory. Medical Entomology Branch.
Issue Date: 1996
Publisher: Medical Entomology Branch, Territory Health Services
Abstract: Initial investigations into potential biting insect problems for the new satellite town of Palmerston, 11 km south of Darwin, indicated that biting midges would be a potential problem (Whelan 1979). It was thought that heavy infestation would occur within about 1.6 km from a breeding place (Reye 1973). Based on this information and preliminary collections in the Palmerston area, a buffer zone of 1. 6 km was recommended between urban residential development and the mangroves (Whelan 1979). This buffer recommendation was incorporated into the initial plan for Palmerston.
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Other Identifiers: https://hdl.handle.net/10137/7927
Type: Report
Subjects: Sand flies -- Northern Territory -- Palmerston
Mangrove plants -- Northern Territory -- Palmerston
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