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Defining the diversity of Australia’s micro marsupials (Dasyuridae: Planigale).

Linette S. Umbrello (Queensland University of Technology and Western Australian Museum); Andrew M. Baker (Queensland University of Technology and Queensland Museum); Kenny J. Travouillon (Western Australian Museum); Michael Westerman (La Trobe University). Defining diversity is critical for conservation planning and the taxonomy of most Australian mammals is thought to be well resolved. Enter planigales—Australia’s smallest mammals. …

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Miracine parasitoid wasps (Braconidae, Miracinae): First Australian record and new species described as part of the Insect Investigators citizen science project.

Mollie-Rosae Slater-Baker (The University of Adelaide); Andrew D Austin (The University of Adelaide and South Australian Museum); James B Whitfield (Department of Entomology, University of Illinois); Erinn P Fagan-Jeffries (The University of Adelaide and South Australian Museum). Miracinae is a poorly known and rarely collected subfamily of parasitoid wasps belonging to the megadiverse family Braconidae. As parasitoids of leaf-mining caterpillars, they play important …

Miracine parasitoid wasps (Braconidae, Miracinae): First Australian record and new species described as part of the Insect Investigators citizen science project. Read More »

Phylogenetic analyses of the liverwort family Lepidoziaceae reveals the position of Micropterygioideae.

Antonio L. Rayos, Jr. (School of Life and Environmental Sciences, University of Sydney and Institute of Biological Sciences, University of the Philippines Los Baños); Matthew A.M. Renner (National Herbarium of New South Wales, Australian Institute of Botanical Science, Royal Botanic Gardens and Domain Trust); Simon Y.W. Ho (School of Life and Environmental Sciences, University of Sydney). …

Phylogenetic analyses of the liverwort family Lepidoziaceae reveals the position of Micropterygioideae. Read More »

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