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Drivers of Diversity of Darwinia’s Common Scents and Inflorescences with Style: Phylogenomics, Pollination Biology, and Floral Chemical Ecology of Western Australian Darwinia (Myrtaceae).

Patricia W. Chan (University of Wisconsin-Madison and Australian Tropical Herbarium); Thomas J. Givnish (University of Wisconsin-Madison); Matthew Barrett (Australian Tropical Herbarium and James Cook University). This ongoing research strives to analyze the relative importance of different drivers of plant species diversification in the highly morphologically diverse and geographically limited genus Darwinia (Myrtaceae). This group is ideal to examine …

Drivers of Diversity of Darwinia’s Common Scents and Inflorescences with Style: Phylogenomics, Pollination Biology, and Floral Chemical Ecology of Western Australian Darwinia (Myrtaceae). Read More »

What has the ABRS done for fish trematodes lately? (Plenty).

Thomas H. Cribb (The University of Queensland and Queensland Museum); Scott C. Cutmore (Queensland Museum); Storm B. Martin (Murdoch University); Terrence L. Miller (Queensland Museum); Nicholas Q.-X. Wee (Queensland Museum); Rodney A. Bray (Natural History Museum, London). Australia’s 5,750 fish species harbour many groups of parasites which, together, certainly far exceed the richness of their hosts. …

What has the ABRS done for fish trematodes lately? (Plenty). Read More »

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