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Australian Journal of Zoology
Volume 9 Number 5 1961

Adult reproductive behaviour in Asolcus basalis (Hymenoptera: Scelionidae) 

F Wilson

pp. 739-751


The use of sampling methods in studies of the distribution of larvae of Boophilus microplus on pastures. 

. Wilkinson.P.R

pp. 752-783


Cytogenetics of the grasshopper Moraba scurra. 6. Spontaneous pericentric inversion. 

MJD White

pp. 784-790


Trichostrogyles form rodents in Queensland, with comments on the genus Longistriata (Nematoda: Heligmosomatidae). 

PM Mawson

pp. 791-826


The tabanidae (Diptera) of Australia. 4. Subfamily chrysopinae 

IM Mackerras

pp. 827-906


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