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Terrestrial invertebrate ecology
Terrestrial invertebrate ecology

Under the Microscope Dr John Gollan, Research Fellow at the University of Technology Sydney, puts the world of invertebrates under closer inspection. Dr Gollan is a terrestrial invertebrate ecologist. Insects make up 99% of Earth’s biodiversity and are an important part of our environment, one being to decompose organic material.
 

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