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Extraordinary diversity and patterns of distribution in tiny subterranean crustaceans: Parabathynellidae (Bathynellacea) of Western Australian arid zone.

Giulia Perina¬†(Western Australian Museum and Curtin University and Biologic Environmental Survey); Ana I. Camacho (Museo Nacional de Ciencias Naturales); Nicole White (Curtin University); Joel Huey (Biologic Environmental Survey); Shae Callan (Biologic Environmental Survey); Michelle Guzik (The University of Adelaide). Parabathynellidae are small interstitial/subterranean crustaceans that have been restricted to groundwater habitats for a long time, …

Extraordinary diversity and patterns of distribution in tiny subterranean crustaceans: Parabathynellidae (Bathynellacea) of Western Australian arid zone. Read More »

Now we are 50: A comparison of the botanical activities of Australia from 1973 and now.

Peter Jobson¬†(National Herbarium of NSW, Botanic Gardens of Sydney). In 1973, over 85,000 specimens were made in Australia covering all aspects of the Australian flora from algae to angiosperms; of these, over 300 specimens became types. Using data from AVH, an examination of the collecting activities of botanists is examined: where did people go; what …

Now we are 50: A comparison of the botanical activities of Australia from 1973 and now. Read More »

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