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2017Post-Eocene climate change across continental Australia and the diversification of Australasian spiny trapdoor spiders (Idiopidae: Arbanitinae)Rix, M.; Cooper, S.; Meusemann, K.; Klopfstein, S.; Harrison, S.; Harvey, M.; Austin, A.
2017Cranial morphology and taxonomic resolution of some dolphin taxa (Delphinidae) in Australian waters, with a focus on the genus TursiopsJedensjö, M.; Kemper, C.; Krützen, M.
2017Elevational plant species richness patterns and their drivers across non-endemics, endemics and growth forms in the Eastern HimalayaManish, K.; Pandit, M.; Telwala, Y.; Nautiyal, D.; Koh, L.; Tiwari, S.
2017Fast growing oysters show reduced capacity to provide a thermal refuge to intertidal biodiversity at high temperaturesMcAfee, D.; O'Connor, W.; Bishop, M.
2017Spatial analysis of root hemiparasitic shrubs and their hosts: a search for spatial signatures of above- and below-ground interactionsDueholm, B.; Bruce, D.; Weinstein, P.; Semple, S.; Møller, B.; Weiner, J.
2017The morphology of the inner ear of squamate reptiles and its bearing on the origin of snakesPalci, A.; Hutchinson, M.; Caldwell, M.; Lee, M.
2017Forests and their canopies: achievements and horizons in canopy scienceNakamura, A.; Kitching, R.; Cao, M.; Creedy, T.; Fayle, T.; Freiberg, M.; Hewitt, C.; Itioka, T.; Koh, L.; Ma, K.; Malhi, Y.; Mitchell, A.; Novotny, V.; Ozanne, C.; Song, L.; Wang, H.; Ashton, L.
2017Horizontal and vertical species turnover in tropical birds in habitats with differing land useRachakonda, S.; Corlett, R.; Dayananda, S.; Goodale, U.; Kilpatrick, A.; Kotagama, S.; Koh, L.; Goodale, E.
2017Genetic diversity and structure of the Australian floraBroadhurst, L.; Breed, M.; Lowe, A.; Bragg, J.; Catullo, R.; Coates, D.; Encinas-Viso, F.; Gellie, N.; James, E.; Krauss, S.; Potts, B.; Rossetto, M.; Shepherd, M.; Byrne, M.
2017Urban habitat restoration provides a human health benefit through microbiome rewilding: the Microbiome Rewilding HypothesisMills, J.; Weinstein, P.; Gellie, N.; Weyrich, L.; Lowe, A.; Breed, M.