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Supplement 85: Marine Biodiversity survey of the Kimberley 2009–2014

Page | Updated 16 May 2018

Clay Bryce, Monika Bryce and Ben Radford (2018) Project methods and station geomorphology related to a multi-taxon survey (2009–2014) of the Kimberley (pp. 1–43) View Paper ...

Supplement 84: Marine Biodiversity of the Kimberley 1880s–2009

Page | Updated 12 Feb 2018

Preface Download preface [PDF 2.05mb] Barry Wilson  (2014) Kimberley marine biota. History and environment.  (pp. 1–18) Download paper ...

Supplement 81

Page | Updated 16 Dec 2015

specific data recorded on Kimberley islands   [XLSX 167kb] Lyons et al. Vegetation of Kimberley islands ...

Special publications

Page | Updated 26 Oct 2012


Supplement 78

Page | Updated 16 Dec 2015

a Supplement of the Records of the Western Australian Museum. Supplement 78 (Part A) N.L. McKenzie, S. van ...


Page | Updated 5 Apr 2018

Goods and Services Tax. Subscription rates for the Records and Supplements , in both print and digital ...

Guide to authors

Page | Updated 5 Feb 2019

to follow the layout and style in the most recent issue of the Records of the Western Australian ...

Smaller molluscs from a multi-taxon survey (2012–2014) of the shallow marine environments of the tropical Kimberley region, Western Australia

WA Museum Records and Supplements | Updated 25 Jun 2020

Less than 22% of taxa were recorded from three or more stations. A total of at least 26 new species, not yet formally described, as well as an additional 23 new records, for the survey area and/or ...

The distribution of shallow marine fishes of the Kimberley, Western Australia, based on a long-term dataset and multiple methods

WA Museum Records and Supplements | Updated 3 Feb 2020

records. This reference dataset of 1,529 species should inform managers and assist the development of ...

An annotated type catalogue of the dragon lizards (Reptilia: Squamata: Agamidae) in the collection of the Western Australian Museum

WA Museum Records and Supplements | Volume 34 (2019) | Updated 31 Dec 2019

Records 34 Part 2 2019 115 Ryan J. Ellis 10.18195/issn.0312-3162.34(2).2019.115-132 ABSTRACT – The Western Australian Museum holds a vast collection of specimens representing a large portion of the 106 currently recognised taxa of dragon lizards (family Agamidae) known to occur across Australia. While the ...


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