Invasive Insects: Risks and Pathways Project Report

Harmful insects from overseas can pose massive threats to Australia’s native plants and animals, human health and the economy if they breach the country’s biosecurity borders.

This report investigates which insects overseas represent the greatest risks for the country and the pathways through which they could arrive.

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