Margaret River Burrowing Crayfish: Why are they highly endangered and do they have a sustainable future in Western Australia?
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Margaret River — Too Precious to Undermine | Green Left Weekly

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Engaewa pseudoreducta — Margaret River Burrowing Crayfish

Engaewa pseudoreducta — Margaret River Burrowing Crayfish | Margaret River Burrowing Crayfish: Why are they highly endangered and do they have a sustainable future in Western Australia? | Scoop.it
The Australian Government Department of the Environment develops and impliments national policy, programs and legislation to protect and conserve Australia's environment and heritage.
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Engaewa pseudoreducta (Margaret River Burrowing Crayfish)

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Management of Freshwater Biodiversity

Management of Freshwater Biodiversity | Margaret River Burrowing Crayfish: Why are they highly endangered and do they have a sustainable future in Western Australia? | Scoop.it
Integrating research into freshwater biodiversity and the role of keystone species, this fascinating book presents freshwater crayfish as representatives of human-exacerbated threats to biodiversity and conservation. It uses examples from these and other large decapod invertebrates to explore how communities function and are controlled, alongside the implications of human demands and conflicts over limited resources, notably the severe impacts on biodiversity. The discussion is structured around three key topics – the present situation of crayfish in world freshwater ecosystems, the applications of science to conservation management and knowledge transfer for successful crayfish management. It outlines the historic exploitation of crayfish, addressing the problems caused by invasive alien forms and explaining the importance of correct identification when dealing with conservation issues. Offering a global perspective on freshwater systems, the book ultimately highlights how the conservation of such large and long-lived species will help protect ecosystem quality in the future.
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Rare species and endangered...

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Australia's most endangered species

Australia's most endangered species | Margaret River Burrowing Crayfish: Why are they highly endangered and do they have a sustainable future in Western Australia? | Scoop.it
Australia is home to some unique critters, but it also has one of the highest extinction rates in the world.
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Australian endangered species: Margaret River burrowing crayfish

Australian endangered species: Margaret River burrowing crayfish | Margaret River Burrowing Crayfish: Why are they highly endangered and do they have a sustainable future in Western Australia? | Scoop.it
Australia boasts the largest freshwater crayfish in the world. But less well known are the much smaller crayfish that live, not in rivers, lakes or dams, but in burrows. Australia has several types of…
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