Supplement 78

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A Biodiversity Survey of the Pilbara Region of Western Australia, 2002 – 2007

Supplement 78 is being produced in partnership with the Western Australian Department of Environment and Conservation. Each paper is initially being published online in downloadable .pdf form as they are completed and edited. When all papers have been accepted and published online they will be produced in print form as a Supplement of the Records of the Western Australian Museum.

Supplement 78 (Part A)

N.L. McKenzie, S. van Leeuwen and A.M. Pinder. Introduction to the Pilbara Biodiversity Survey, 2002–2007 . Page 3

L. A. Gibson and N. L. McKenzie. Environmental associations of small ground-dwelling mammals in the Pilbara region, Western Australia. Page 91

N.L. McKenzie and R.D. Bullen. The echolocation calls, habitat relationships, foraging niches and communities of Pilbara microbats. Page 123

B.E. Heterick, B. Durrant and N.R. Gunawardene. The ant fauna of the Pilbara Bioregion, Western Australia. Page 157
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N.A. Guthrie, T. Weir and K. Will. Localised and regional patterns in ground-dwelling beetle assemblages in
a semi-tropical arid zone environment. Page 169
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B.J. Durrant, M.S. Harvey, V.W. Framenau, R. Ott and J.M. Waldock. Patterns in the composition of ground-dwelling spider communities in the pilbara bioregion, Western Australia. Page 185

A.M. Pinder, S.A. Halse, R.J. Shiel and J.M. McRae. An arid zone awash with diversity: patterns in the distribution of aquatic invertebrates in the Pilbara region of Western Australia. Page 205
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A.H. Burbidge, R.E. Johnstone and D.J. Pearson. Birds in a vast arid upland: avian biogeographical patterns in the Pilbara region of Western Australia. Page 247

E.S. Volschenk, A.H. Burbidge, B.J. Durrant and M.S. Harvey. Spatial distribution patterns of scorpions (Scorpiones) in the arid Pilbara region of Western Australia. Page 271
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A. Baynes and M.C. McDowell. The original mammal fauna of the Pilbara biogeographic region of north-western Australia. Page 285

G. Keighery. The naturalised vascular plants of the Pilbara region, Western Australia. Page 299

Supplement 78 (Part B)

P. Doughty, J.K. Rolfe, A.H. Burbidge, D.J. Pearson and P.G. Kendrick. Herpetological assemblages of the Pilbara biogeographic region, Western Australia: ecological associations, biogeographic patterns and conservation. Page 315
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R.E. Johnstone, A.H. Burbidge and J.C. Darnell. Birds of the Pilbara region, including seas and offshore islands, Western Australia: distribution, status and historical changes. Page 343.

S.A. Halse, M.D. Scanlon, J.S. Cocking, H.J. Barron, J.B. Richardson and S.M. Eberhard. Pilbara stygofauna: deep groundwater of an arid landscape contains globally significant radiation of biodiversity. Page 443.
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Appendices

Supplement 78 (Part A) Appendices

The ant fauna of the Pilbara Bioregion

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Localised and regional patterns in ground-dwelling beetles

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An arid zone awash with diversity: patterns in the distribution of aquatic invertebrates in the Pilbara region of Western Australia.

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Spatial distribution patterns of scorpions (Scorpiones) in the arid Pilbara region of Western Australia.

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Supplement 78 (Part B) Appendices

Herpetological assemblages of the Pilbara biogeographic region, Western Australia: ecological associations, biogeographic patterns and conservation

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Pilbara stygofauna: deep groundwater of an arid landscape contains globally significant radiation of biodiversity

Appendix 1: Wells sampled Download
Appendix 2: Water Chemistry Download
Appendix 3: Stygofauna species collected Download