Volume 7, Number 5
Obituary : Mr. R. Harley
Department of Agriculture, Western Australia
Skim milk : is a valuable pig feed, but it should be balanced by other foods
P McNamara and R. Sprivulis
Editor: E. H. Lawson
Cover picture: The fierce-looking creature with the “eyes” is the caterpillar stage of Othreis materna , the fruit-sucking moth, pictured in defensive pose, with head turned under and tail up. The eye spots on the body are reputed to frighten away enemies. The fruit-sucking moth sucks the juice from fruit, particularly pawpaws, oranges and tomatoes, and is one of many pests featured in Department of Agriculture bulletin 3423 – “Insect Pests of Vegetables in the Ord River Irrigation Area.”.
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