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Researchers develop new eDNA techniques to detect the rare Australian endemic Blind Cave Eel

University of Adelaide researchers have designed a new way to locate the Blind Cave Eel, paving the way to locate fauna in future. Groundwater is the largest source of unfrozen freshwater on Earth and can be extremely vulnerable due to overexploitation. Far from being a sterile habitat, groundwater is home to a wide variety of […]

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New Paper: The Australian desert and the diverse variety of fauna that survive in the arid region

A new paper titled ‘Desert Springs: Deep Phylogeographic Structure in an Ancient Endemic Crustacean (Phreatomerus latipes)‘ investigates the Australian desert and the diverse multitude of animals that call the arid landscape home. The paper specifically focuses on the diverse variety of fauna that exist throughout the Great Artesian Basin in central Australia. The paper involves […]

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New Paper: Trapped in desert springs: phylogeography of Australian desert spring snails

A new paper involving Environment Institute members Martin Breed, Michelle Guzik, Steven Cooper (also South Australian Museum) and Andrew Austin as well as Nicholas Murphy (La Trobe University) has recently been published in the Journal of Biogeography. The paper titled ‘Trapped in desert springs: phylogeography of Australian desert spring snails’ investigates the phylogeographical history and […]

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