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Journal of the Department of Agriculture, Western Australia, Series 3

Authors

C. D. Gooding

Keywords

Western Australia, Vermin control.

First Page Number

433

Last Page Number

450

Abstract

Rabbits, dingoes or wild dogs, foxes, emus, kangaroos (in certain areas) and wedge-tailed eagles are the most economically important vermin species in Western Australia. They are responsible for heavy losses to the agricultural and pastoral industries and - except in the case of rabbits and kangaroos- vermin bonus are paid for their destruction.

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