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According to current research, certain populations of reptile and amphibian species in north and Central Queensland were separated from larger, more extensive groups further south. This collaborative research project between Queensland Museum Network and Griffith University will shed light on how past climatic changes have shaped the distribution of animals across the Eungella region.
Researchers will use high-throughput genomic and CT scanning methods to refine our understanding of origins and diversity of isolated vertebrate populations in Queensland's rainforest.
Read the blog about a new lizard genus from the mountains of north Queensland.
This research is a collaboration between Queensland Museum Network and Griffith University.
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