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Why do honey bees survive Varroa infections in Tonga?

APSF 15-2 | Project Leader: M Beekman | Amount: $ 15,000
A project undertaken at the School of Biological Sciences, University of Sydney and supervised by Madeleine Beekman Albert Einstein famously said “If the bee disappeared off the surface of the...
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Conserving endemic tropical lowland forest bats in the western Solomon Islands

APSF 13-8 | Project Leader: Figure 6. Measuring a tree at a site with Pteralopex taki on New Georgia, 1992. Photo Diana Fisher. | Amount: $ 23,000
A project undertaken at the School of Biological Sciences, The University of Queensland and supervised by Diana Fisher and Tyrone Lavery Background Bats are important pollinators and dispersers of seeds...
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Systematics of New Guinea Tree Frogs

APSF 13-1 | Project Leader: J Menzies | Amount: $ 1,930
A project undertaken at the Jordan Laboratory, The University of Adelaide and supervised by James Menzies Considering its land area, New Guinea probably has more frog species than any other...
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