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Description

Western Australia is free from many exotic animal and plant pests, diseases and weeds that are present elsewhere in Australia. However, the state does have some unwanted intruders. Of these, many are declared plants or declared animals which, for the sake of convenience, we collectively call declared pests.

Publication Date

8-2009

Series Number

4771

Publisher

Department of Agriculture and Food, Western Australia

City

Perth

Keywords

Western Australia, Insect control, Disease control, Pests, Pest control, Insect pests, Weed control, Animal diseases, Parasites

Disciplines

Animal Diseases | Biosecurity | Parasitic Diseases

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Contributors to this publication: Kate Ambrose, Donna Barber, Julia Bemey, Marie Bracks-Burns, Christine Castalanelli, Kris Collett , Peter Davis, Jon Dodd, Rob Emery , Philip M. Goulding , Darryl Hardy, Harald Hoffmann, Sandy Lloyd , Marion Massam, Nic Monzu, Suzy Norton , Greg Pratt, Andras Szito , Marc Widmer , Andrew Woolnough

Common regional pests of Western Australia

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