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FILE:  <SMITH-RD.PUB>  --  Publications of James Ridsdill-Smith:

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Barkhouse, J. and Ridsdill-Smith,T.J. (1986). Effect of soil moisture on brood ball production by Onthophagus binodis Thunberg and Euoniticellus intermedius (Reiche) (Coleoptera: Scarabaeinae).  J. Aust. ent. Soc.  25: 75-78.

 

Doube, B.M. and Ridsdill-Smith,T.J. (1989). Scope for further introductions of dung beetles.  In Biological Processes and The Fertility of Temperate and Mediterranean Pastures (ed K.J. Hutchinson).  Australian Wool Corporation Tech. Publication, Melbourne.  Pp 71-73.

 

Doube, B.M., Macqueen, A., Ridsdill-Smith,T.J. and Weir, T.A. (1991). Native and Introduced Dung Beetles in Australia.  In Dung Beetle Ecology. (eds Hanski, I. and Cambefort, Y.). Pp 255-278. Princeton University Press.

Kirk, A.A. and Ridsdill-Smith,T.J. (1986). Dung beetle distribution patterns in the Iberian peninsula.  Entomophaga 31: 183-190.

 

Mulla, M.S. and Ridsdill-Smith,T.J. (1986). Chemical attractants against the Australian bush fly Musca vetustissima (Diptera: Muscidae)  Jour. Chem. Ecol. 12: 261-270.

 

Ridsdill-Smith T.J. (1989). The role of invertebrates in the nutrient cycling economy of pastures: summing up.  In Biological Processes and the Fertility of Temperate and Mediterranean Pastures (ed K.J. Hutchinson). Australian Wool Corporation Tech. Publication, Melbourne.  Pp 46-47.

 

Ridsdill-Smith, T.J. (1981). Some effects of three species of dung beetles (Coleoptera: Scarabaeidae) in south-western Australia on the survival of the bush fly, Musca vetustissima Walker (Diptera: Muscidae), in dung pads.  Bull. ent. Res. 71: 425-433.

 

Ridsdill-Smith, T.J. (1993). Asymmetric competition in cattle dung between two species of Onthophagus dung beetle and the bush fly, Musca vetustissima.  Ecol. Ent. 18: 241-246.

 

Ridsdill-Smith, T.J. (invited). Dung beetles.  In Encyclopedia of Insects (ed V. Rush and R. Carde)   8 pp. Academic Press

 

Ridsdill-Smith, T.J. and Hall, G.P. (1984).  Beetles and mites attracted to fresh cattle dung in south western Australian pastures. 29pp.  CSIRO Aust. Div. Entomol. Rep. No. 34.

 

Ridsdill-Smith, T.J. and Kirk, A.A. (1985). Selecting dung beetles (Scarabaeinae) from Spain for bush fly control in south-western Australia. Entomophaga 33: 217-223.

 

Ridsdill-Smith, T.J. and Matthiessen, J.N. (1984) Field assessments  of the impact of night-flying dung beetles (Coleoptera: Scarabaeidae) on the bush fly, Musca vetustissima Walker (Diptera: Muscidae), in south-western Australia. Bull. ent. Res. 74: 191-195.

 

Ridsdill-Smith, T.J., Hall, G.P., and Craig, G.F. (1982). Effect of population density on reproduction and dung dispersal by the dung beetle Onthophagus binodis in the laboratory.  Entomol. Exp. Appl. 32: 80-85.

 

Ridsdill-Smith, T.J., Weir, T.A., and Peck, S.B. (1983). Dung beetles (Scarabaeidae: Scarabaeinae and Aphodiinae) active in forest habitats in south-western Australia during winter.  J. Aust. Entomol. Soc. 22: 307-309.

 

Ridsdill-Smith,T.J. (1986). The effect of seasonal changes in cattle dung on egg production by two species of dung beetles (Coleoptera: Scarabaeidae) in south-western Australia.  Bull. ent. Res. 76: 63-68.

 

Ridsdill-Smith,T.J. (1988). Soil and Litter Invertebrates: The Scarabaeine dung beetles.  In Mediterranean-type Ecosystems, A Data Source Book (ed R.L. Specht). Pp 216-218. Kluwer Academic Publishers, Dordrecht.

 

Ridsdill-Smith,T.J. (1989). Dung buried by beetles as a source of fertilizer.  In Biological Processes and The Fertility of Temperate and Mediterranean Pastures (ed K.J. Hutchinson).  Australian Wool Corporation Tech. Publication, Melbourne.  Pp 40-42.

 

Ridsdill-Smith,T.J. (1991). Competition in dung insects. In Reproductive Behaviour in Insects. (eds Bailey, W.J. and Ridsdill-Smith,J.). Pp 264-292. Chapman and Hall.

 

Ridsdill-Smith,T.J. and Hall, G.P. (1984). Seasonal patterns of adult dung beetle activity in south-western Australia.  Proc. 4th Int. Conf. Med. Ecosystems, Perth 1984. (ed B. Dell). Pp 139-140.

 

Ridsdill-Smith,T.J. and Hall, G.P. (1985). Species richness of dung beetles (Scarabaeidae) in south-western Australia. In Soil and litter invertebrates of Australian mediterranean-type ecosystems (eds P Greenslade and JD Majer). WAIT School of Biology Bull. No. 12  Pp 12-13.

 

Ridsdill-Smith,T.J. and Hayles, L. (1989). A re-examination of competition between Musca vetustissima Walker (Diptera: Muscidae) larvae and seasonal changes in  favourability of cattle dung.  J. Aust. ent. Soc. 28: 105-111.

 

Ridsdill-Smith,T.J. and Hayles, L. (1990). Stages of bush fly, Musca vetustissima Walker (Diptera: Muscidae), killed by scarabaeine dung beetles (Coleoptera: Scarabaeidae) in unfavourable cattle dung. Bull. ent. Res. 80: 473-478.

 

Ridsdill-Smith,T.J. and Matthiessen, J.N. (1984). Developing new dung beetle selection procedures for bush fly control.  Proc. 4th Applied Entomology Research Conf., Adelaide, 1984. (eds P. Barley and D. Swincer). Pp 312-316.

 

Ridsdill-Smith,T.J. and Matthiessen, J.N. (1988). Bush fly, Musca vetustissima Walker (Diptera:Muscidae) control in relation to seasonal abundance of scarabaeine dung beetles (Coleoptera: Scarabaeidae) in south-western Australia.  Bull. ent. Res. 78: 633-639.

 

Ridsdill-Smith,T.J., and Kirk, A.A. (1982). Dung beetles and dispersal of cattle dung. Proc. 3rd Australasian Conf. Grassland Invertebrate Ecology, Adelaide, 1982. (ed K.E. Lee). Pp 215-219.

 

Ridsdill-Smith,T.J., Hall, G.P. and Weir, T.A. (1989). A field guide to the dung beetles (Scarabaeidae) in pastures in south-western Australia.  Jour. Roy. Soc. WA. 71: 49-58.

 

Ridsdill-Smith,T.J., Hayles, L. and Palmer, M.J. (1986). Competition between the bush fly and dung beetles in dung of differing characteristics.  Ent. exp. et appl. 41: 83-90.

 

Ridsdill-Smith,T.J., Hayles, L. and Palmer, M.J. (1987).  Mortality of eggs and larvae of the bush fly, Musca vetustissima Walker

(Diptera:Muscidae), caused by scarabaeine dung beetles (Coleoptera: Scarabaeidae) in favourable cattle dung.  Bull. ent. Res. 77: 731-736.