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  1. unranked: Trimma tevegae Cohen & Davis, 1969 - excluded name

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  5. Site Page: Museums Victoria – Atlas of Living Australia

    Museums Victoria, founded in 1854, is Australia’s largest public museum organisation. As the State museum for Victoria it is responsible for looking after the State Collection, conducting research and providing cultural and science programs for the people of Victoria and visitors from interstate and overseas. Melbourne Museum and the Royal Exhibition Building are two of Museums Victoria’s campuses...

  6. Site Page: Learning by doing: The ALA is sponsoring Yugul Mangi Rangers and ecologists to conduct two-way biodiversity research in remote Arnhem Land – Atlas of Living Australia

    Posted on 5th December 2014 The Aboriginal Yugul Mangi Rangers (a group of 5 men and 4 women) are working together with Emilie Ens and Mitchell Scott, ecologists from Macquarie University, to document species occurring in one of the lesser known parts of the country – south eastern Arnhem Land. The project will enter Western and Indigenous scientific knowledge into the Atlas of Living Australia (ALA) and produce a two-way Indigenous engagement case study to encourage more Indigenous content...

  7. Site Page: Learning by doing: sponsoring Yugul Mangi Rangers and ecologists in remote Arnhem Land – Atlas of Living Australia

    Posted on 5th December 2014 The Aboriginal Yugul Mangi Rangers (a group of 5 men and 4 women) are working together with Emilie Ens and Mitchell Scott, ecologists from Macquarie University, to document species occurring in one of the lesser known parts of the country – south eastern Arnhem Land. The project will enter Western and Indigenous scientific knowledge into the Atlas of Living Australia (ALA) and produce a two-way Indigenous engagement case study to encourage more Indigenous content...

  8. Site Page: First ALA records of elusive Leichhardt’s Grasshopper in Arnhem Land – Atlas of Living Australia

    Posted on 20th January 2015 ** This post has been written and produced by the Yugul Mangi Rangers of south-east Arnhem Land, with Emilie Ens and Mitchell Scott (Macquarie University, Sydney). Leichhardt’s Grasshopper Thanks to ALA support, the Yugul Mangi Rangers and ecologists Emilie Ens and Mitchell Scott have entered the first ALA record of the near-threatened Leichhardt’s Grasshopper (Petasida ephippigera) for Arnhem Land...