TAG: Rachael King

New Paper – Divergent molecular lineages and not-so-cryptic species: the first descriptions of stygobitic chiltoniid amphipods (Talitroidea: Chiltoniidae) from Western Australia

A new paper involving Environment Institute members Rachael King (also SA Museum), Tessa Bradford (also CSIRO Land & Water), Andrew Austin and Steven Cooper (also SA Museum) as well as William Humphreys (WA Museum and University of Western Australia) has recently been published in the Journal of Crustacean Biology. The paper, titled ‘Divergent molecular lineages […]

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Exploration of a unique subterranean Australian fauna

Resolving the systematics of subterranean amphipod crustaceans using morphology and genetic analyses Dr Rachael King. Biodiversity Month Guest Blogger Rachael King is a Researcher (Aquatic Invertebrates) at the South Australian Museum and an Affiliate Research Fellow of the University of Adelaide‚Äôs School of Earth and Environmental Sciences. Her research focuses on aquatic invertebrate biodiversity studies, […]

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