Insect population decline leaves Australian scientists scratching for solutions
24 February, 2018
A global crash in insect populations has found its way to Australia, with entomologists across the country reporting lower than average numbers of wild insects.
'It's left me dumbfounded'
Limited lifecycle prefaces population plummet
"When you mix around any one of those three components you can really change the local population dynamics."
Important to listen to anecdotal evidence
"You get a feel for what the general insect populations are like when you're doing a lot of field work," he said.