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2015 Willan, R. C; Beechey, D. L. 2015. Description of Nassarius berniceae (Mollusca: Gastropoda: Nassariidae): a new species. Bulletin of the Auckland Museum. 20. 341-347.  
2015 Kupriyanova, E. K; Ippolitov, A. P. 2015. Deep-sea serpulids (Annelida: Polychaeta) in tetragonal tubes: on a tube convergence path from Mesozoic to Recent Zootaxa . 4044. 151-200.  
2015 Winterbottom, R; Hoese, D. F. 2015. A revision of the Australian species of Trimma (Actinopterygii, Gobiidae), with descriptions of six new species and redescriptions of twenty-three valid species Zootaxa. 3934. 1-102.  
2015 Ponder, W; Fukuda, H; Hallan, A. 2015. A review of the family Clenchiellidae (Mollusca: Caenogastropoda: Truncatelloidea) Zootaxa. 3872. 101-153.  
2015 Fukuda, H; Ponder, W; Hallan, A. 2015. Anatomy, relationships and distribution of Taiwanassiminea affinis (Böttger) (Caenogastropoda: Assimineidae) with a reassessment of Cyclotripis Tapparone-Cannefri Molluscan Research. 35. 24-36.  
2015 Rowley, J. J. L; Tran, D. T. A; Frankham, G. J; Dekker, A. H; Le, D. T. T; Nguyen, T. Q; Dau, V. Q; Hoang, D. H. 2015. Undiagnosed Cryptic Diversity in Small, Microendemic Frogs (Leptolalax) from the Central Highlands of Vietnam. PLoS One. 10. e0128382.  
2015 Cui, J; Frankham, G. J; Johnson, R. N; Polkinghorne, A; Timms, P; O'Meally, D; Cheng, Y; Belov K. 2015. SNP Marker Discovery in Koala TLR Genes PLoS One. 10(3). e0121068.  
2015 Poulsen, J. Y. 2015. Fifth confirmed record and North Atlantic range expansion of the rare pelagic bobtail snipe eel genus Neocyema (Cyematidae, Elopomorpha) Marine Biodiversity Records. 8. e53.  
2015 Leis, J. M. 2015. Is dispersal of larval reef fishes passive? Mora, C. (ed). pp 223-226 In Ecology of fishes on coral reefs.. Cambridge University Press: Cambridge, U.K..  
2015 Killgallen, N. M; Lowry, J. K. 2015. The genus Hippomedon in Australian waters (Crustacea, Amphipoda, Lysianassidae, Tryphosinae) Zootaxa. 3926(3). 377–395.  
2015 Hughes, L. E; Lowry, J. K. 2015. Two new species of Lysianassidae Dana, 1849 from Australia: Riwo zeidleri and Socarnella delectabilis (Crustacea: Peracarida: Amphipoda) Zootaxa. 3936 (1). 82-92.  
2015 Frankham, R. 2015. Genetic rescue of small inbred populations: meta-analysis reveals large and consistent benefits of gene flow Molecular Ecology. 24. 2610–2618.  
2015 Shapcott, A; Forster, P. I; Guymer, G. P; McDonald, W. J. F; Faith, D. P; Erickson, D; Kress, W. J. 2015. Mapping Biodiversity and Setting Conservation Priorities for SE Queensland’s Rainforests Using DNA Barcoding PLoS One. 10(3). e0122164.  
2015 Elzanowski, A; Boles, W. E. 2015. A coraciiform-like bird quadrate from the Early Eocene Tingamarra local fauna of Queensland, Australia. Emu. 42095. MU14084.  
2015 Eldridge, M. D. B; Herbert, C. A. 2015. Terrestrial mammal diversity, conservation and management in Australia Stow A., Maclean N., Holwell G.I. (ed). pp 298-321 In Austral Ark: The state of wildlife in Australia and New Zealand.. Cambridge University Press.  
2015 Frankham, G. J; Hinds, M. C; Johnson, R. N. 2015. Development of 16 forensically informative microsatellite loci to detect the illegal trade of broad headed snakes (Hoplocephalus bungaroides). Conservation Genetics Resources. Online. 1-3.  
2015 Bickel, D. J. 2015. Pindaia (Diptera: Dolichopodidae) a new genus from New Caledonia and Australia Zoologia Neocaledonica 8. Biodiversity studies in New Caledonia.Mémoires du Muséum national d’Histoire naturelle. . 206. 209-218.  
2015 Bickel, D. J . 2015. Corindia (Diptera: Dolichopodidae) from New Caledonia and the Papuan Region Zoologia Neocaledonica 8. Biodiversity studies in New Caledonia. Mémoires du Muséum national d’Histoire naturelle. 206. 201-207.  
2015 Wilson, G. D. F; Ahyong, S. T. 2015. Lifestyles of the species-rich and fabulous: the deep-sea crustaceans Thiel, M. & Watling, L. (ed). pp 279-297 In The Natural History of the Crustacea: Lifestyles and Feeding Biology. Oxford University Press.  
2015 Capa, M. 2015. Sphaerodoridae (Annelida) from Lizard Island, Great Barrier Reef, Australia, including the description of two new species and reproductive notes Zootaxa. 4019. (1): 168-183.  
2015 Shea, G. 2015. A new species of Anilios (Scolecophidia: Typhlopidae) from Central Australia Zootaxa. 4033. (1): 103-116.  
2015 Criscione, F; Köhler, F. 2015. Setocallosa – a new genus and species of land snail from Arnhem Land, Australia (Stylommatophora: Camaenidae) Molluscan Research. 35. 65-71.  
2015 Köhler, F; Criscione, F. 2015. A molecular phylogeny of camaenid land snails from north-western Australia unravels widespread homoplasy in morphological characters Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution. 83. 44-55.  
2015 Leis, J. M; Meyer, O; Hay, A. C; Gaither, M. R. 2015. A Coral-reef Fish with Large, Fast, Conspicuous Larvae and Small, Cryptic Adults (Teleostei: Apogonidae). Copeia. 103. 78-86.  
2015 Ahyong, S. T. 2015. The endemic Hawai'ian mantis shrimp, Parvisquilla sinuosa (Edmondson, 1921) (Crustacea: Stomatopoda: Squillidae) Bishop Museum Bulletin in Zoology. 9. 59–63.  
2015 Kusrini, M. D; Rowley, J. J. L; Khairunnisa, L. R; Shea, G. M; Altig, R. 2015. The Reproductive Biology and Larvae of the First Tadpole-Bearing Frog, Limnonectes larvaepartus. Plos ONE. 10(1). e116154.  
2015 Torrence, R . 2015. Reflections and connections S. Brown, A. Clarke and U. Frederick (ed). pp 153-159 In Object Stories: Artifacts and Archaeologists. Left Coast Press Inc..  
2015 Kononenko, N; Torrence, R; White, J. P. 2015. Unexpected uses for obsidian: experimental replication and use-wear/residue analyses of chopping tools. Journal of Archaeological Science. 54. 254-269.  
2015 Duffy, C; Ahyong, S. 2015. Annotated checklist of the marine flora and fauna of the Kermadec Islands Marine Reserve and northern Kermadec Ridge, New Zealand Bulletin of the Auckland Museum. 20. 19-124.  
2015 Vermeulen, E. T; Ashworth, D. L; Eldridge, M. D. B; Power, M. L. 2015. Investigation into potential transmission sources of Giardia duodenalis in a threatened marsupial (Petrogale penicillata) Infection, Genetics and Evolution . 33. 277-280.