Title: The association of blowflies with wheelie-bins in Darwin
Authors: Logan, David
Publisher: Medical Entomology, DHCS
Issue Date: Nov-1991
Abstract: There has been some public concern over a possible increase in blowfly numbers since the introduction of Wheelie bins. Some opinion attributes this possible increase in blowfly numbers to the reduction in bin collection frequency from twice per week to once per week. To aid in resolving the issue the Medical Entomology Branch of the NT Department of Health and Community Services, set up an experiment to determine what link existed between Wheelie bins and blowfly numbers.
Subjects: Insects;Darwin;Monitoring;Surveys;Climate;Insecticides;Urban
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10137/309
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