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MQM Vol 63 - Open for publishing

Memoirs of the Queensland Museum – Nature, Volume 63

The Memoirs of the Queensland Museum - Nature is published online first, to enable availability to the most recent scientific research conducted on Queensland's unique natural environments and adjacent bioregions.

Volume 63 is currently open 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.

Authors

Title and DOI

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

Printed versions of these articles will be periodically published and issued as separate printed volumes. ISSN 2204-1478 (online) ISSN 0079-8835 (print). 

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