TZ's top 10 Publication Highlights

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Harvey, M.S., Lopes, P.C., Goldsmith, G.R., Halajian, A., Hillyer, M. and Huey, J.A. (2015). A novel symbiotic relationship between sociable weaver birds (Philetairus socius) and a new cheliferid pseudoscorpion (Pseudoscorpiones: Cheliferidae) in southern Africa. Invertebrate Systematics 29: 444–456.

Doughty, P., Kealley, L., Shoo, L.P. & Melville, J. (2015). Revision of the Western Australian pebble-mimic dragon species group (Tympanocrytpis cephalus: Reptilia: Agamidae). Zootaxa 4039: 85–117.


Bradford T, Humphreys W.F., Austin A.D. and , Cooper S.J.B. (2014). Identification of trophic niches of subterranean diving beetles in a calcrete aquifer by DNA and stable isotope analysis. Marine and Freshwater Research 65: 95-104.

Tatarnic N.J., Cassis. G. and Siva-Jothy, M.T. (2014). Traumatic insemination in terrestrial arthropods. Annual Review of Entomology 59: 245–261


Abrams, K.M., King, R.A., Guzik, M.T. and Austin, A.D. (2013). Molecular phylogenetic, morphological and biogeographic evidence for a new genus of parabathynellid crustaceans (Syncarida: Bathynellacea) from groundwater in an ancient southern Australian landscape. Invertebrate Systematics 27, 146–172.

Doughty, P., and Oliver, P.M. (2013). Systematics of Diplodactylus from the south-western Australian biodiversity hotspot: redefinition of D. polyophthalmus and the description of two new species. Records of the Western Australian Museum 28: 44–65.

Harvey, M.S. and Muchmore, W.B. (2013). The systematics of the pseudoscorpion family Ideoroncidae (Pseudoscorpiones, Neobisioidea) in the New World. Journal of Arachnology 41: 229–290.

Harvey, M.S. (2013). Order Pseudoscorpiones. Animal biodiversity: An outline of higher-level classification and survey of taxonomic richness (Addenda 2013). Zootaxa 3703: 34–35.

Johnstone, R.E., Burbidge, A.H. and Darnell, J.C. (2013). Birds of the Pilbara region, including seas and offshore islands, Western Australia: distribution, status and historical changes. Records of the Western Australian Museum, Supplement 78: 343-441.

Johnstone, R.E., Kirkby, T. and Sarti, K. (2013). The breeding biology of the Forest Red-tailed Black Cockatoo Calyptorhynchus banksii naso Gould in south-western Australia.  I. Characteristics of nest trees and nest hollows. Pacific Conservation Biology 19: 121-142.