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An investigation of Asteliaceae (Asparagales) systematics based on whole chloroplast genome sequencing.

Declan P. Blackburn (The University of Melbourne); Harvey K. Orel (The University of Melbourne); Rachael M. Fowler (The University of Melbourne); Kerry A. Ford (Allan Herbarium, Manaaki Whenua – Landcare Research); Joanne L. Birch (The University of Melbourne). The Asteliaceae (Asparagales) are a relatively small but diverse family comprised of three genera and 36 species with …

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Meeting the challenge of the Decadal Plan: the taxonomic documentation of the Australian arachnid fauna.

Mark S. Harvey (Western Australian Museum and University of Western Australia); Michael G. Rix (Queensland Museum and Western Australian Museum); Owen Seeman (Queensland Museum).           The taxonomic documentation of Australia’s major arthropod lineages remains the biggest challenge posed by the Decadal Plan. The 13 extant orders of Arachnida present in Australia include the spiders (Araneae), scorpions …

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