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Mandibular and postcranial remains attributable to a new fossil kangaroo (Macropodoidea) are described from the Oligocene-Miocene Etadunna Formation deposits of Ngama Quarry at Lake Palankarinna in north-eastern South Australia. The taxon is uniquely differentiated by its straight bunolophodont...
The evolutionary consequences of generalised versus specialised habit is a central issue in organismal biology. Theory predicts that specialist species may have greater capabilities than generalist species in particular habitats but will not be able to maintain this excellence across a broad...
Social factors influencing the trade-off between egg size and number have been almost entirely neglected in studies of social insects. We examined egg size and number in an Australian allodapine bee where nutritional resource availability and social competition during egg laying vary over colony...
Rainforest in the tropical savanna landscapes of monsoonal Australia is of high biogeographic interest because it occurs as numerous small and isolated patches, and supports a fauna that contrasts markedly with that of the surrounding savanna. The overall ant fauna of monsoonal rainforest is...
The frog Geocrinia rosea is highly genetically subdivided with a major genetic division between northern and southern populations. Previous research did not sample a region spanning 12 km between these two populations. We report the distribution of G. rosea in the unsampled area and identify a...
The Fijian crested iguana ( Brachylophus vitiensis ) is restricted to tropical dry forest habitat and has been extirpated from over 80% of its original range primarily because of habitat destruction. A large population on Yadua Taba island has been proposed as a source for iguana translocations....
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