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Academic & Professional Books  Insects & other Invertebrates  Invertebrates: General

The Invertebrate World of Australia's Subtropical Rainforests

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By: Geoff Williams(Author)
392 pages, plates with colour photos; maps
Publisher: CSIRO
NHBS
This is the first book to comprehensively document the invertebrate fauna of Australia's poorly known rainforests, covering taxonomy, distribution, biogeography, fossil history, and the relationships between insects and plants.
The Invertebrate World of Australia's Subtropical Rainforests
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About this book

The Invertebrate World of Australia's Subtropical Rainforests is a comprehensive review of Australia's Gondwanan rainforest invertebrate fauna, covering its taxonomy, distribution, biogeography, fossil history, plant community and insect–plant relationships. This is the first work to document the invertebrate diversity of this biologically important region, as well as explain the uniqueness and importance of the organisms.

This book examines invertebrates within the context of the plant world that they are dependent on and offers an understanding of Australia's outstanding (but still largely unknown) subtropical rainforests. All major, and many minor, invertebrate taxa are described and the book includes a section of colour photos of distinctive species. There is also a strong emphasis on plant and habitat associations and fragmentation impacts, as well as a focus on the regionally inclusive Gondwana Rainforests (Central Eastern Rainforest Reserves of Australia) World Heritage Area.

The Invertebrate World of Australia's Subtropical Rainforests will be of value to professional biologists and ecologists, as well as amateur entomologists and naturalists in Australia and abroad.

Contents

Acknowledgments
1: Introduction
2: Australia’s subtropical rainforests – the plant context
Colour plates
3: The invertebrates – the ‘other 99 per cent’ of subtropical rainforest biodiversity
4: Invertebrate taxa of Australian subtropical rainforests

Appendix 1. Additional ecosystem values – the stygofauna
Appendix 2. The Gondwana Rainforests of Australia (CERRA) World Heritage Area
Appendix 3. Major occurrences of rainforest subforms in subtropical eastern Queensland and New South Wales
Appendix 4. Higher Divisions of Coleoptera, Diptera, Hemiptera, Hymenoptera (Insecta) and Mollusca
Appendix 5. Divisions of geological time

References
Index

Customer Reviews

Biography

Geoff Williams OAM, AM is a conservation biologist with a PhD from the University of New South Wales and a specialist background in plant ecology, rainforest restoration and entomology. He is an Honorary Research Associate with the Australian Museum, Sydney, and has acted as an advisor to the Federal Government on the conservation of rainforests. Geoff’s research has been widely published and he is a co-author of The Flowering of Australia’s Rainforests (with Paul Adam, CSIRO Publishing, 2010). He currently owns and manages a wildlife refuge in northern New South Wales.

New
By: Geoff Williams(Author)
392 pages, plates with colour photos; maps
Publisher: CSIRO
NHBS
This is the first book to comprehensively document the invertebrate fauna of Australia's poorly known rainforests, covering taxonomy, distribution, biogeography, fossil history, and the relationships between insects and plants.
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