Graeme L. Baker
Department of Agriculture, Entomology Branch, Biological and Chemical Research Institute, 2116 Rydalmere, N.S.W., Australia
Graeme Baker (ret’d) has had a long and distinguished career working with NSW Agriculture as Special Entomologist, with his research largely focused on the biology and management of pest locusts and grasshoppers in eastern Australia.
Baker, G.L. 1976. The seasonal life cycle of Anoplolepis longipes (Jerdon) in a cacao plantation and under brushed rain forest in the northern district of Papua New Guinea. Insectes Sociaux 23: 253-261. [(30).ix.1976.]