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Insects as food for the Australian Aborigines

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Insects as food for the Australian Aborigines
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Insects as food for the Australian Aborigines
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Summary
Brief survey; Comments on Ngadadjara people at Lightning Rocks digging for termites and honey, tools used - stone axes, digging sticks etc., division of labour; Method of collecting greentree ant (Arnhem Land); honey ants (Aranda); locusts (Kaiadilt people of Bentinck Island); Ghost moths (Murray River), feasts held at Waikerie and Stanthorpe, Qld; Goat moths of Moolabulla, W.A.; Bogong moths in Australian Alps; Outbreak of scurvy among Kukatja (Loritja) people in 1930 due to disappearance of grubs from roots of shrubs because of drought
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1900-1993
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Tindale, Norman B.
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Insects as food for the Australian Aborigines
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M0053113
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0076121
Label
Insects as food for the Australian Aborigines
Publication
Control code
M0053113
System control number
0076121

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