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Specimens of Ichneumonidae (wasps) Trapped in the Lockyer Valley (2007-2008)

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Specimens of Ichneumonidae (wasps) Trapped in the Lockyer Valley (2007-2008)


The teams work focuses on understanding and capturing the ecosystem services of pest control and pollination for sustainable, secure food production. A key component of this work is knowing the function of a wide range of invertebrates that provide these services, of which Hymenoptera figure prominently. This particular project involved the use of ... more


Ecosystem Function Invertebrate Biology


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Ichneumonidae parasitic wasp parasitoids malaise trap remnant native vegetation agricultural landscapes invertebrates


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Marcora, Anna (2011): Specimens of Ichneumonidae (wasps) Trapped in the Lockyer Valley (2007-2008). v1. CSIRO. Data Collection. 102.100.100/9135


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Wasp


Animalia


Arthropoda


Insecta


Hymenoptera


Ichneumonidae





About this Project

CLSD-1180.4 HAL Revegetation by design


CSIRO and the Queensland Government are collaborating on a project designed to investigate native vegetation as part of Integrated Pest Management (IPM) for the vegetable industry.


Nancy Schellhorn


Biological Specimen Collections


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Observation


Anna Marcora


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