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2007 Faith, D. P; Baker, A; Klaere, S. 2007. How large scale barcoding promotes large-scale biodiversity assessment Second International Barcode of Life Conference 18-20 Sept. 2007, Conference Abstracts. 18-20 Sept. 2007. Academia Sinica.  
2007 Faith, D. P. 2007. Phylogeny and conservation Systematic Biology. 56. 690-694.  
2007 Botkin, D. B; Saxe, H; Araujo, M. B; Betts, R; Bradshaw, R. H. W; Cedhagen, T; Chesson, P; Dawson, T. P; Etterson, J. R; Faith, D. P; Ferrier, S; Guisan, A; Hansen, S. A; Hilbert, D. W; Loehle, C; Margules, C; New, M; Sobel, M. J; Stockwell, D. 2007. Forecasting effects of global warming on biodiversity Bioscience. 57. 227-236.  
2007 Birch, W. D; Barron, L. M; McGee, C; Sutherland, F. L. 2007. Gold-and diamond-bearing White Hills Gravel, ST Arnaud district, Victoria Australian Journal of Earth Science. 54. 609-628.  
2007 Bickel, D. J. 2007. Replacement name for Alishania Bickel 2004 (Diptera Dolichopodidae) Zootaxa. 1398. 68. (  
2007 Baldwin, C. C; Leis, J. M. 2007. Rainfordia opercularis, a liopropomin serranid (Teleostei: Serranidae: Epinephelinae: Liopropomini): Corroborative evidence from settlement-stage larvae Ichthyological Research. 54. 193-197.  
2007 Driskell, A; Christidis, L; Gill, B. J; Boles, W. E; Barker, F. K; Longmore, N. W. 2007. A new endemic family of New Zealand passerine birds: adding heat to a biodiversity hotspot. Australian Journal of Zoology. 55. 73-78.  
2007 Prideaux, G. J; Long, J. A; Ayliffe, L. K; Hellstrom, J. C; Brad, M. N; Roberts, R. G; Cupper, M. L; Arnold, L. J; Devine, P. D; Boles, W. E; Hutchinson, P. D; Warburton, N. M. 2007. An arid-adapted middle Pleistocene vertebrate fauna from south-central Australia Nature. 445. 422-425.  
2007 Parker, B. D; Hume, I. D; Boles, W. E. 2007. Diet of breeding Wedge-tailed Eagles Aquila audax in south-central Queensland Corella. 31. 50-62.  
2007 Smith, S. A; Sadlier, R. A; Bauer, A. M; Austin, C. C; Jackman, T. 2007. Molecular phylogeny of the scincid lizards of New Caledonia and adjacent areas: Evidence for a single origin of the endemic skinks of Tasmantis Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution. 43 . 1151-1166.