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DigiVol: Sir Isaac Newton, Charles Darwin, DigiVol, BVP...pardon?
Learn more about our growing community of citizen scientists at the Australian Museum
Just a little closer: little frog uses toes to attract prey
First record of prey luring in an Australian frog has been captured on video.
A rare glimpse into the private life of a poorly-known frog
The breeding behaviour of a fat, narrow-mouthed frog is captured for the first time.
What does Lifelong Learning mean?
There is nothing more satisfying than seeing the look on a child's face that has just discovered something new.
DigiVol:Malacology CRG 008 digitised and almost dusted
DigiVol digitisers support the work undertaken by Malacology Collection staff and research scientists.
Scientists for a Day meet Australia’s deadly 30
The recent Scientist for a Day program saw young would-be scientists come face to face with Australia's most dangerous animals.
DigiVol: 16,000+ transcriptions but who is counting?
Megan is the first virtual volunteer on the DigiVol portal (formerly Biodiversity Volunteer Portal, BVP) to transcribe 16,000 records.
19 New Long-legged Flies from the Pilbara Region in Western Australia
For such an arid region, the Pilbara supports a great diversity of long-legged flies.
Balinese Expressions: Depicting the Invasion of Klungkung
A fall of the last Balinese Kingdom: in painting and words.