Effects of natural enemies on soldier fly (Inopus rubriceps) populations in Queensland
|Abstract||A study was initiated in 1981 to determine the role of natural enemies of soldier fly in south east Queensland. The objective of this work was to gain an understanding of soldier fly population dynamics in its native range. This paper presents information from a survey conducted to assess the degree of predation, parasitism and disease in soldier fly populations in Queensland. Intensive studies of natural enemies and population dynamics in south east Queensland are still in progress and will be reported in detail at a later date.|
|Part of Series||BSES Technical Reports; 1983 No 244|
|Title||Effects of natural enemies on soldier fly (Inopus rubriceps) populations in Queensland|
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Pest, disease and weed management 
Research outcomes: A comprehensive RD&E program that addresses existing and emerging pests, diseases and weeds, allowing sugarcane growers to manage their crops efficiently with minimal environmental impacts. An enhanced industry capacity to deal with incursions of exotic pests, diseases and weeds.