• State Transit Authority (Sydney Buses) Mercedes O305G MK III articulateds 2553 and 2579 in Druitt Street at George Street in Sydney, Australia.

    Posted on September 15, 2013 by in Australia Trip

    A few nice Australia Trip images I found:

    State Transit Authority (Sydney Buses) Mercedes O305G MK III articulateds 2553 and 2579 in Druitt Street at George Street in Sydney, Australia.
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    Photo taken on August 1, 2008.

    State Transit Authority (Sydney Buses) Mercedes O305G MK III articulateds 2553 and 2579 in Druitt Street at George Street in Sydney, Australia.

    These buses are nearing the end of their reign as front line buses. The one on the right has already been withdrawn and sold to a small independent operator.

    The vehicles are almost at the end of their long journeys and will terminate at Sydney’s main railway station after travelling a further distance of about 1 kilometre. The drivers will rest for about 15 to 20 minutes before commencing their northward trips. The route encompasses traversing the Sydney Harbour Bridge and the very scenic route to Palm Beach passing many other coastal regions and beaches along the way.

    The buses were new in 1983 and 1984 and are now amongst the oldest buses in full daily operation in the country. Round trips on the route L90 are in excess of 80 kilomteres (50 miles) and the buses have amassed huge mileages.

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    Best answer:

    Answer by Didy
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    Helicoverpa (often called heliothis) is a serious pest of southern Queensland crops, particularly grain legumes, summer grains and cotton. Understanding the lifecycle and behaviour of helicoverpa improves our chances of managing this pest sustainably.

    There are two pest species of helicoverpa in Australia that this publication refers to as ‘helicoverpa’: the native budworm, Helicoverpa punctigera; and the cotton bollworm or corn earworm, H. armigera . Because H. armigera has developed resistance to a wide range of insecticides, it is more difficult to control.

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