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Category: AMRI

The search for the Peppered Tree Frog has begun

My search for a tiny frog that hasn’t been seen for more than 40 years has commenced

By: Dr Jodi Rowley, Category: AMRI, Date: 23 Dec 2016

Facebook for birds

The Cockatoo Wingtag project is shining a light on the extensive social networks and daily routines of 100 of Sydney’s tagged birds.

By: Dr Lucy Aplin, Category: AMRI, Date: 15 Dec 2016

Bats, birds and bones: a view to a kill

Songbird fossils from Queensland reveal the diet of an ancient population of the carnivorous Ghost Bat.

By: Jacqueline Nguyen, Category: AMRI, Date: 09 Dec 2016

Malaita’s monster rat

Our team is again drawn toward Malaita’s cloud forests and we find an exciting sign of the giant rat we’re looking for.

By: Tyrone Lavery, Category: AMRI, Date: 06 Dec 2016

A Journey Back to the Museum

Our friends from the Solomon Islands Archipelago are back in Sydney to discuss the results of the first expedition.

By: Alexandra Nuttall, Category: AMRI, Date: 01 Dec 2016

Evolutionary sustainability in southeastern Australian waters

Conserving the structures established by long-term evolutionary processes is critical for long-term biodiversity sustainability.

By: Dr Don Colgan, Category: AMRI, Date: 01 Dec 2016

Meagre coral spawning following the 2016 mass bleaching

Anne Hoggett, Director of the Lizard Island Research Station, reports on this season's drastically diminished coral spawning.

By: Dr Anne Hoggett, Category: AMRI, Date: 29 Nov 2016

Clam shrimps galore!

The diverse and ever-expanding number of Australian Clam Shrimp species makes for a promising future in their taxonomy and biodiversity.

By: Brian Timms, Category: AMRI, Date: 18 Nov 2016

Australian Freshwater Molluscs

Developed by AMRI scientists, a comprehensive interactive guide to all Australian freshwater molluscs is now freely available to everyone!

By: Dr Anders Hallan, Category: AMRI, Date: 17 Nov 2016

Help us find this frog

Call out to property owners in the eastern New England Tablelands, NSW! Help AM scientists locate the tiny Peppered Tree Frog.

By: Dr Jodi Rowley, Category: AMRI, Date: 11 Nov 2016