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Published: 20 December 2011
Memoirs of the Queensland Museum – Nature Volume 55 is published online below.
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A new subgenus and five new Australian glow-worm species (Diptera: Keroplatidae: Arachnocampa spp.)
Revision of Flindersichthys denmeadi Longman 1932, a marine teleost from the Lower Cretaceous of the Great Artesian Basin, Queensland
A new Albian Teleost, Euroka dunravenensis gen. et sp. nov. and a new family, Eurokidae, from the Eromanga Basin of Queensland
Distribution of the estuary stingray (Dasyatis fluviorum) in Australia
Distribution of the porcupine ray Urogymnus asperrimus (Bloch & Schneider, 1801) in Australian waters, with new records from Queensland
The Julia Creek dunnart and other prey of the barn owl in Mitchell grass downs of north-western Queensland
The tribe Dufouriini (Diptera: Tachinidae: Dexinae) recorded from Australia with the description of two new species
Fossil fruit of the Macadamieae (Proteaceae) in the Tertiary of eastern Australia: Eureka gen. nov.
A review of the Australian Polyrhachis ants of the subgenera Myrmhopla Forel and Hirtomyrma subgen. nov. (Hymenoptera: Formicidae: Formicinae)
Rabaulichthys squirei, a new species of Sailfin Anthias (Serranidae: Anthiinae) from the Coral Sea
A putative hybrid of the Murray Crayfish, Euastachus armatus (Crustacea: Decapoda: Parastacidae)
New records of the Japanese devilray Mobula japanica (Muller & Henle 1841) for Australian waters
A technique for examination of diagnostic characteristics of penicillate millipedes
Detecting biodiversity changes along climatic gradients: the IBISCA-Queensland Project
The physical environment of an altitudinal gradient in the rainforest of Lamington National Park, southeast Queensland
Subtropical rainforest turnover along an altitudinal gradient
Limited surrogacy between predatory arthropods along an altitudinal gradient in subtropical rainforest
Assessing the abundance of seven major arthropod groups along an altitudinal gradient and across seasons in subtropical rainforest
Altitudinal and seasonal variation in the family-level assemblages of flies (Diptera) in an Australian subtropical rainforest: one hundred thousand and counting!
Potential effects of climatic warming on the distribution of Collembola along an altitudinal transect in Lamington National Park, Queensland, Australia
Thysanoptera of Lamington National Park, Australia, collected during the IBISCA-Queensland Project
Taxonomic composition of Coleoptera, Hemiptera (Heteroptera and Coleorrhyncha) and Mutillidae (Hymenoptera) at five different altitudes in Lamington National Park (Queensland, Australia)
Macrolepidopteran assemblages along an altitudinal gradient in subtropical rainforest - exploring indicators of climate change
Distribution of ant species along an altitudinal transect in continuous rainforest in subtropical Queensland, Australia
Australian goblin spiders of the genus Opopaea Simon, part 1. The species of the IBISCA-Queensland Project at Lamington National Park (Araneae: Oonopidae)
Orsolobidae (Araneae) of the IBISCA-Queensland Project at Lamington National Park, Australia
Predator pressure, herbivore abundance and plant damage along a subtropical altitudinal gradient
Plant reproductive phenology and floral resources of an Australian subtropical rainforest
Vegetation traits and herbivory distribution in an Australian subtropical forest
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