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26. Psocoptera, Phthiraptera, Thysanoptera. Melbourne : CSIRO Publishing, Australia 418pp. Pp. 1-79, 333-361 (App. I-IV), 363-372 (Index) In Wells, A. (E. Zoological Catalogue of Australia.
26. 1994) Studies of distribution and control of Psocoptera (psocids or booklice) associated with the grain industry in Australia. CSIRO Australia, Division of Entomology Report No. 57 Mockford, . (1993). Vol. 26.
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Zoological Catalogue of Australia. of the Environment and Heritage, 2000. Commonwealth Record, Volume 5, Issues 26-34, p. 1282. Collingwood, Vic: CSIRO, 2002, p. XIII. Australian Biological Resources Study, and Australia. Australian Government Publishing Service, 1980.
The settlement of Australia by Indigenous Australians between 48,000 and 70,000 years ago .
Hunting, the introduction of non-native species, and land-management practices involving the modification or destruction of habitats have led to numerous extinctions. This continental boundary prevented the formation of land bridges and resulted in a distinct zoological distribution, with limited overlap, of most Asian and Australian fauna, with the exception of birds.
Australia, Bureau of Flora and Fauna. ISSN: Geographic keywords: Australia. Call number: Biota-Fa-Mam-94-007. Abstract: Monographic Series n. Conference: Imprint: Canberra : Australian Government Publishing service, 1988. Physical Description: x, 274p.
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