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Eyes peeled for the elusive Blind Snake
Serendipity, morphology and museum collections combine to determine a new species of blind snake from the southern Northern Territory.
Hollows as Homes citizen science project
A collaboration aiming to build a comprehensive picture of the hollow resources available for native wildlife across Sydney
Eastern Quolls: Back from the brink?
Renewed hope that a mammal thought extinct on the mainland has been given a second chance.
Our Global Neighbours: Pearl-shelling in Australia
From body decoration and charms to bitterly hard labour.
Translating AMRI research into conservation action
IUCN Red List assessments of several hundred Australian land snail species are currently conducted by AMRI scientists.
Can frogs help combat the Zika virus?
Healthy frog populations may help keep disease-carrying mosquitos at bay, but not in the way you might expect.
Zircons galore: an Indo-Pacific Heritage
Zircons are gemstones found along volcanic fields in eastern Australia, Asia and Russia. Research follows the trail of their origins.
Fossil tube microstructure helps to address evolutionary unknowns of deep-sea tubeworms
Do fossil tetragonal Mesozoic tubes belong to the ancestors of the worms living in the deep sea today?
Little crustaceans of desert pools
Few people have heard of clam shrimps, yet in many desert pools they are abundant and diverse.