Volume 56 Number 2(1997)

Preliminary observations on awareness, management and impact of biodiversity in agricultural systems
P. A. Horne and C. L. Edward
56 (2) :281-285 (1997)

Soil collembolan (Insecta: Collembola) assemblage structure in relation to understorey plant species on a eucalypt woodland site
D. Rodgers
56 (2) :287-293 (1997)
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Soil invertebrate biodiversity in stringybark forest in the New England tablelands before clearing
L. A. Lobry de Bruyn, B. A. Jenkins and Sutrisno
56 (2) :295-303 (1997)
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Short term effects of a prescribed burn on invertebrates in grassy woodland in southeastern Australia
P. Greenslade
56 (2) :305-312 (1997)
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Comparative endemism and richness of the aquatic invertebrate fauna in peatlands and shrublands of far southwestern Australia
P. Horwitz
56 (2) :313-321 (1997)
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The use of pitfall traps for sampling ants – a critique
J. D. Majer
56 (2) :323-329 (1997)
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Spiders as ecological indicators: an overview for Australia
T. B. Churchill
56 (2) :331-337 (1997)
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Tropical rainforest spiders in the Australian desert: the irony of an adaptive legacy
B. Y. Main
56 (2) :339-347 (1997)
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Prospects for the rapid assessment of terrestrial invertebrate biodiversity
J. W. Trueman and P. S. Cranston
56 (2) :349-354 (1997)
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Measuring invertebrate biodiversity: suggogates of ant species richness in the Australian seasonal tropics
A. N. Andersen
56 (2) :355-359 (1997)
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Interpreting data from pitfall–trap surveys: crickets and slugs in exotic and native grasslands of the Australian Capital Territory
B. A. Melbourne, P. J. Gullan and Y. N. Su
56 (2) :361-367 (1997)
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Pitfall trapping for surveying ant assemblages: lessons from a study at Mount Piper, Victoria
S. Hinkley and T. R. New
56 (2) :369-376 (1997)
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Mount Piper grasslands: pifall trapping of ants and interpretation of habitat variability
L. J. Miller and T. R. New
56 (2) :377-381 (1997)
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Ant trap nests enable detection of a rare and localised butterfly, Acrodipsas myrmecophila (Waterhouse and Lyell) (Lepidoptera: Lycaenidae) in the field
D. R. Britton
56 (2) :383-387 (1997)
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The Ogyris idmo Hewitson complex (Lepidoptera: Lycaenidae) as flagship species for conservation in southern Australia
R. P. Field
56 (2) :389-392 (1997)
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Biodiversity of planthoppers (Hemiptera: Delphacidae) on the Hawaiian silversword alliance: effects of host plant phylogeny and hybridization
G. K. Roderick and E. C. Metz
56 (2) :393-399 (1997)
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Range contraction and extinction vulnerability: what is natural?
R. G. Gillespie
56 (2) :401-409 (1997)
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Population biology of social insect conservation
P. Pamilo and R. H. Crozier
56 (2) :411-419 (1997)
Keywords: entomology, social, populations, conservation

Conservation status, threats and habitat requirements of Australian terrestrial and freshwater molluscs
W. F. Ponder
56 (2) :421-430 (1997)
Keywords: mollusca, terrestrial, freshwater, conservation

A conservation programme for the partulid tree snails of the Pacific region
P. Pearce–Kelly, D. Clarke, C. Walker and P. Atkins
56 (2) :431-433 (1997)
Keywords: mollusca, gastropoda, conservation, pacific

Diversity in central Australian land snails (Gastropoda: Pulmonata)
B. Scott
56 (2) :435-439 (1997)
Keywords: mollusca, gastropoda, pulmonate, terrestrial, central australia

An area of exceptional land snail diversity: the MacLeay Valley, northeastern New South Wales
J. Stanisic
56 (2) :441-448 (1997)
Keywords: mollusca, terrestrial, nsw

The threatened Richmond birdwing butterfly (Ornithoptera richmondia [Gray]): a community conservation project
D. P. A. Sands, S. E. Scott and R. Moffall
56 (2) :449-453 (1997)
Keywords: entomology,ornithoptera, lepidoptera

Species richness and endemism of baeine wasps (Hymenoptera: Scelionidae) in Australia
M. Iqbal and A. D. Austin
56 (2) :455-459 (1997)
Keywords: entomology, hymenoptera

Hidden biodiversity: detection of cryptic thynnine wasp species using sexually deceptive female–mimicking orchids
C. C. Bower and G. R. Brown
56 (2) :461-466 (1997)
Keywords: entomology, wasp, hymenoptera, cryptic

The aquatic macroinvertebrate fauna in the Grampians National Park
T. J. Doeg
56 (2) :467-473 (1997)
Keywords: aquatic, invertebrates, grampians

Invertebrate fauna of the Tamar estuary, northern Tasmania
B. J. Smith
56 (2) :475-482 (1997)
Keywords: invertebrate, marine, tamar, tasmania

Predicting species richness for Australasian freshwater macroinvertebrates: do we want to know?
J. E. Growns and I. O. Growns
56 (2) :483-490 (1997)
Keywords: invertebrates, freshwater, richness

Conservation of aquatic invertebrate communities in central Australia
J. Davis
56 (2) :491-503 (1997)
Keywords: aquatic, communities, invertebrates, central australia, communities

The effects of European settlement on the biodiversity of chyorid Cladocera in billabongs of the southeast Murray basin
R. W. Ogden
56 (2) :505-511 (1997)
Keywords: crustacea, cladocera, murray river, settlement

Amphipod (Crustacea) diversity in underground waters in Australia: an Aladdin's cave
J. H. Bradbury and W. D. Williams
56 (2) :513-519 (1997)
Keywords: crustacea, amphipoda, underground water

Translittoral Talitridae (Crustacea: Amphipoda) and the need to reserve transistional habitats: examples from Tasmanian saltmarshes and other coastal sites
A. M. M. Richardson and R. Swain and V. Wong
56 (2) :521-529 (1997)
Keywords: crustacea, amphipoda, tasmania, saltmarsh

Gone today, here tomorrow – extinct macroinvertebrates in Victoria
T. J. Doeg
56 (2) :531-535 (1997)
Keywords: aquatic, extinct, invertebrates

The conservation status of dragonflies (Odonata) from southeastern Australia
J. H. Hawking
56 (2) :537-542 (1997)
Keywords: entomology, odonata

A biochemical taxonomic study of spiny crayfish of the genera Astacopsis and Euastacus (Decapoda: Parastacidae) in southeastern Australia
L. Avery and C. M. Austin
56 (2) :543-555 (1997)
Keywords: crustacea, decapoda, crayfish

Diversity and biogeography of Australian millepedes (Diplopoda)
D. G. Black
56 (2) :557-561 (1997)
Keywords: entomology, millepedes

A zoogeographical singularity at Weavers Creek, Tasmania
R. Mesibov
56 (2) :563-573 (1997)
Keywords: millepedes, entomology, tasmania

The biodiversity of terrestrial flatworms (Triclada: Terricola) in Queensland: a preliminary report
L. Winsor
56 (2) :575-579 (1997)
Keywords: flatworms, triclad, queensland, terrestrial

Why are amphibian helminth communities depauperate?
D. P. Barton
56 (2) :581-586 (1997)
Keywords: helminth, amphibian

An ex situ breeding programme for the endangered UK population of the field cricket Gryllus campestris
P. Pearce–Kelly, P. Croft, P. Atkin and D. Clarke
56 (2) :587-589 (1997)
Keywords: entomology, cricket, gryllus, breeding, England

Conservation of cave fauna: more than just bats
D. P. Slaney and P. Weinstein
56 (2) :591-596 (1997)
Keywords: mammals, bats, caves

Conservation of native earthworms and the role of the Giant Gippsland Earthworm as a flagship taxon
B. D. Van Praagh
56 (2) :597-603 (1997)
Keywords: earthworms, gippsland, conservation

Compilation of a list of hreatened invertebrates: the Tasmanian experience
R. J. Taylor and S. L. Bryant
56 (2) :605-609 (1997)
Keywords: tasmania, threatened, invertebrates

The 'safety' of biological control agents: assessing their impact on beneficial and other non-target hosts
D. P. A. Samds
56 (2) :611-615 (1997)
Keywords: control, biological, impact

Conservation of invertebrates in Victoria using the Flora and Fauna Gaurantee Act 1988 – achievements and potential for improvement
J. Reed and P. Clunie
56 (2) :617-622 (1997)
Keywords: flora & fauna guarantee

Animals on the edge: the 'cancelling–out' effect
P. J. Neville and D. G. Black
56 (2) :623-630 (1997)
Keywords: egde effects, invertebrates

A preliminary assessment of Anangu knowledge of Central Australian invertebrates
A. L. Yen, J. Gillen, R. Gillespie, R. Vanderwal and the Mututjula Community
56 (2) :631-635 (1997)
Keywords: central australia, invertebrates

Biodiversity indicators in contrasting vegetation types: a case study from Western Australia
M. Abensperg–Traun, G. Arnold, D. Steven, G. Smith, L. Atkin, J. Viveen and M. Gutter
56 (2) :637-641 (1997)
Keywords: western australia, vegetation, biodiversity

Panzer mites on the forest phyllophane
V. M. Barnes
56 (2) :643-646 (1997)
Keywords: entomology, mites

Invertebrate pathology: a developing and essential science for invertebrate conservation
A. A. Cunningham
56 (2) :647-648 (1997)
Keywords: pathology, conservation, invertebrate

Invertebrate biodiversity and conservation in Tasmanian caves
N. E. Doran, S. M. Eberhard, A. M. M. Richardson and R. Swain
56 (2) :649-653 (1997)
Keywords: caves, tasmania, invertebrates

Ants, disturbance and regeneration in eucalypt forests
A. C. Hoskong and V. Turner
56 (2) :655-657 (1997)
Keywords: entomology, ants, eucalypt

Biodiversity of New Zealand beetles (Insecta: Coleoptera)
J. Klimaszewski
56 (2) :659-666 (1997)
Keywords: entomology, coleoptera, new zealand

Australia's most diverse crayfish habitat?
J. Morey and G. Hollis
56 (2) :667-669 (1997)
Keywords: crustacea, crayfish

Ant communities as bio–indicators in relation to fire management of spotted gum (Eucalyptus maculata Hook.) forests in southeast Queensland
C. Vanderwoude, A. N. Andersen and A. P. N. House
56 (2) :671-675 (1997)
Keywords: entomology, ants, fire, queensland, eucalyptus