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Title: Potential biting insect problems, former explosives reserve lot 4646 Darwin
Authors: Northern Territory. Medical Entomology Section.
Issue Date: 1987
Publisher: Dept. of Health and Community Services, Medical Entomology Section
Abstract: The Darwin Regional Structure Plan 1984 indicated the potential for residential infilling or various areas between Stuart Park and Berrimah. The first proposal indicated by the Department of Lands involved the RAAF munitions area on Lot 1263. An extensive biting insect survey was conducted by the Medical Entomology Branch of the former Northern Territory Department of Health over a twelve month period in this area during 1984-85. The Department of Lands has recently indicated there is a potential for residential development of the former explosives reserve on Lot 4646. There has not been an extensive entomological investigation of this area, but the potential biting insect problems has been outlined from an examination of the area, the available entomological data, and by comparison with the extensive investigations on Lot 1263.
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Other Identifiers: https://hdl.handle.net/10137/8025
Type: Report
Subjects: Sand flies -- Northern Territory -- Darwin
Mosquitoes -- Northern Territory -- Darwin
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