Memoirs of the Queensland Museum - Nature 63

Volume 63 is complete

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Volume 63 is complete and the list of articles will be updated as articles are published. Please direct any enquiries to the Managing Editor, and for further information on publishing with the Memoirs of the Queensland Museum - Nature please see our Guide for Authors (248 KB) pdf document icon.


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Huynh, C. & Veenstra, A. A.

A new spcies of Unixenus Jones, 1944 (Diplopoda, Polyxenidae) found in far north Queensland, Australia

Published online: 5 May 2021

Wilkinson, J.E., Spring, K.A., Dunn, T. L. Price G. J., & Louys, J. 

The vertebrate fossil collection record from the Chinchilla Sand, South–East Queensland, 1844-2021

Published online: 21 May 2021

Torkkola, J.

Male Combat in the Yellow-Faced Whipsnake (Demansia psammophis)

Published online: 29 December 2021

Dwyer, P.D. & Minnegal, M.

The provenance of diagnostic specimens of the ‘New Guinea Singing Dog’

Published online: 20 January 2022

Healy, J.M.

A return to Hayman Island: revisiting Australia’s only recorded cone snail fatality after 85 years

Published online: 20 January 2022

Kaposi, K., Courtney, R.L. & Seymour, J.E.

Tentacle autotomy: an additional mode of asexual reproduction in Ricordea yuma (Cnidaria, Anthozoa, Corallimorpharia)

Published online: 31 May 2022

Joseph-Ouni, M., White, A., Smales, I., Sadlier, R., Cann, J., McCord, W.P., Couper, P., Amey, A. & Freeman, A.

Further evidence in support of the recognition of the Freshwater Turtle Elseya oneiros (Testudines: Chelidae) from the Nicholson and Gregory Rivers of Northern Queensland

Published onine: 30 June 2022

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