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Unravelling the enigma of cave crickets

Even in the depths of a pitch-black cave, life continues to evolve. A prestigious Australian Biological Resources Study Postdoctoral Fellowship will help awardee Dr Perry Beasley-Hall and her team to unravel the evolutionary history of one of Australia‚Äôs most bizarre inhabitants. Cave crickets (Family Rhaphidophoridae) are an enigmatic group of insects that eek out their […]

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Australian and New Zealand postgraduate training in systematics

The sixth annual postgraduate workshop will be run at the University of Adelaide in June 2020. Date: Sunday 14th June – Friday 19th June 2020 Where:¬†University of Adelaide, South Australia Bookings: Expressions of interest including: Name Year PhD started Department/School Project title Sent to Professor Andy Austin: andy.austin@adelaide.edu.au This workshop will include advanced level training […]

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