Observations On The Desert Locust In East Africa From July, 1928 To April, 1929

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1933
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Williams C.B
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EARLY in 1928 word came through to the newly reopened Agricultural Research Station at Amani, Tanganyika, that swarms of locusts had appeared in various parts of Kenya Colony, after an absence of many years. Very few of these swarms reached as far south as Tanganyika but egg-laying was reported to have taken place in several localities inKenya. The species was Schistocerca gregaria Forsk.
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East African Agricultural And Forestry Journal, XX (3), p. 468-497