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Xerochrysum sp. Glencoe was first collected by Alan Cunningham in 1827 and then again in 1957 by Max Gray. Only recently did we...

The tusks have a variety of uses, although for the most part they are used in self defence, and by males when posturing...

Fingerprinting Gobi Dinosaurs is an exhibition of field images by Dr Phil Bell whilst on-site in Mongolia. This insight into UNE research opens...

The story of the loss and rediscovery of Notamacropus parma or Parma Wallaby is an interesting one. After the arrival of foxes and...

PhD Candidate George Plunkett talks about discovering a new species in Tasmania and the what it's like to work in the UNE Herbarium....

Aquatic Ecology and Management at UNE looks at the delicate ecosystems of swamps, lakes, rivers and estuaries. It incorporates a wide gamut of...

The Neoceratodus forsteri Australian Lungfish 39 is one of only six lungfish species in the world, and exists amongst stagnant or slow moving...