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Title: Biting midges (sand flies) at Palmerston
Authors: Northern Territory. Dept. of Health.
Issue Date: 1983
Publisher: Dept. of Health
Abstract: Investigations to date indicate enormous numbers of biting midges in the mangrove areas near Palmerston. The predominant pest species, Culicoides ornatus breeds in the seaward zone of the coastal mangrove belt. This species is currently under investigation and several possible options are under consideration to help reauce the pest numbers.
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Other Identifiers: https://hdl.handle.net/10137/7957
Type: Report
Subjects: Ceratopogonidae -- Northern Territory -- Palmerston
Sand flies -- Northern Territory -- Palmerston
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