Rachael King
Rachael King
Verified email at samuseum.sa.gov.au
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Is the Australian subterranean fauna uniquely diverse?
MT Guzik, AD Austin, SJB Cooper, MS Harvey, WF Humphreys, ...
Invertebrate Systematics 24 (5), 407-418, 2011
1142011
A taxonomic guide to the Echinodermata of the South Atlantic Bight, USA: 1. Sea cucumbers (Echinodermata: Holothuroidea)
DL Pawson, DJ Pawson, RA King
Zootaxa 2449 (1), 1–48-1–48, 2010
612010
Divergent Molecular Lineages and Not-So-Cryptic Species: The First Descriptions of Stygobitic Chiltoniid Amphipods (Talitroidea: Chiltoniidae) Fromwestern Australia
RA King, T Bradford, AD Austin, WF Humphreys, SJB Cooper
Journal of Crustacean Biology 32 (3), 465-488, 2012
402012
What lies beneath: molecular phylogenetics and ancestral state reconstruction of the ancient subterranean Australian Parabathynellidae (Syncarida, Crustacea)
KM Abrams, MT Guzik, SJB Cooper, WF Humphreys, RA King, JL Cho, ...
Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 64 (1), 130-144, 2012
342012
Species, ESUs or populations? Delimiting and describing morphologically cryptic diversity in Australian desert spring amphipods
NP Murphy, RA King, S Delean
Invertebrate Systematics 29 (5), 457-467, 2015
252015
A taxonomic guide to the mysids of the South Atlantic Bight
RW Heard
Scientific Publications Office, National Marine Fisheries Service, NOAA, 2006
242006
Allegory of a cave crustacean: systematic and biogeographic reality of Halosbaena (Peracarida: Thermosbaenacea) sought with molecular data at multiple scales
TJ Page, JM Hughes, KM Real, MI Stevens, RA King, WF Humphreys
Marine Biodiversity 48 (2), 1185-1202, 2018
172018
Molecular phylogenetic analyses reveal a new southern hemisphere oniscidean family (Crustacea: Isopoda) with a unique water transport system
M Javidkar, SJB Cooper, RA King, WF Humphreys, AD Austin
Invertebrate Systematics 29 (6), 554-577, 2015
172015
Two new genera and species of chiltoniid amphipods (Crustacea: Amphipoda: Talitroidea) from freshwater mound springs in South Australia
RA King
Zootaxa 2293 (1), 35-52, 2009
172009
Molecular systematics and biodiversity of oniscidean isopods in the groundwater calcretes of central Western Australia
M Javidkar, SJB Cooper, RA King, WF Humphreys, T Bertozzi, MI Stevens, ...
Molecular phylogenetics and evolution 104, 83-98, 2016
162016
Molecular phylogenetic, morphological and biogeographic evidence for a new genus of parabathynellid crustaceans (Syncarida: Bathynellacea) from groundwater in an ancient …
KM Abrams, RA King, MT Guzik, SJB Cooper, AD Austin
Invertebrate Systematics 27 (2), 146-172, 2013
152013
A guide to the Thalassinidea (Crustacea: Malacostraca: Decapoda) of the South Atlantic bight
RW Heard
US Department of Commerce, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration …, 2007
132007
First valid record of Astacilla Cordiner, 1793 in Australia, with description of a new species (Crustacea: Isopoda: Arcturidae)
RA King
RECORDS-WESTERN AUSTRALIAN MUSEUM 21 (4), 359-366, 2003
102003
The Australian freshwater amphipods Austrochiltonia australis and Austrochiltonia subtenuis (Amphipoda: Talitroidea: Chiltoniidae) confirmed and two new cryptic Tasmanian …
RA King, R Leys
Invertebrate systematics 25 (3), 171-196, 2011
92011
Biogeographic history of subterranean isopods from groundwater calcrete islands in Western Australia
M Javidkar, SJB Cooper, WF Humphreys, RA King, S Judd, AD Austin
Zoologica Scripta 47 (2), 206-220, 2018
82018
Keys to the north east Atlantic and Mediterranean amphipods
A Myers, D McGrath, R King
URL: http://www. amphipoda. com, 2007
62007
Isopods
R King
Southeastern Regional Taxonomic Center. South Carolina, 2, 2004
62004
Neastacilla Tattersall, 1921 redefined, with eight new species from Australia (Crustacea: Isopoda: Arcturidae)
RA King
Memoirs of Museum Victoria 60 (2), 371-416, 2003
62003
Rediagnosis of the endemic Southern Australian genus Parastacilla Hale, 1924 (Crustacea: Isopoda: Arcturidae) with descriptions of two new species
RA King
Memoirs of Museum Victoria 58 (1), 125-136, 2000
62000
Systematic relationships between Tasmanian and New Zealand populations of Petrolisthes elongatus (Crustacea: Anomura: Porcellanidea)
R King
Department of Zoology. University of Melbourne, Victoria 29, 1997
61997
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