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Model simulations show that as the degree of larval aggregation increases, the number of sheep that are struck decreases. This suggests that higher heterogeneity in susceptibility within a sheep flock (or heterogeneity in habitat suitability, from the flies’ point of view) restricts strikes to relatively few sheep (Fenton et al. 1999). Natural sheep blowfly populations should therefore be very suitable for metapopulation modeling in RAMAS, including, for example, stage-specific differences in migration rates and density dependence.