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A Guide to Australia’s Spiny Freshwater Crayfish wins a coveted Whitley Award

A Guide to Australia's Spiny Freshwater Crayfish wins a Whitley Award

A Guide to Australia’s Spiny Freshwater Crayfish wins a Whitley Award

A Guide to Australia’s Spiny Freshwater Crayfish wins a coveted Whitley Award. The winners were announced by the Royal Zoological Society of NSW at a ceremony held in the foyer of the Australian Museum in Sydney on Friday 11th of October 2013. The Whitley Awards are for outstanding publications dealing with the promotion and conservation of Australasian fauna.

A Guide to Australia's Spiny Freshwater Crayfish

A Guide to Australia’s Spiny Freshwater Crayfish

We were successful in receiving an award for our latest book. A Guide to Australia’s Spiny Freshwater Crayfish published by CSIRO Publishing was awarded a Certificate of Commendation for Best Book in its Category, Invertebrate Guide. This was a great honour and we thank all those that nominated the book and voted for it to win the award.

To purchase a copy go to: http://www.aabio.com.au/products-page/

 

Robert McCormack is the Research and Aquaculture Director for Australian Aquatic Biological P/L. He is a Research Associate with the Carnegie Museum in Pittsburgh, USA, is Secretary of the NSW Aquaculture Association Inc. and the team leader of the privately funded Australian Crayfish Project, which conducts biological studies of every creek and stream in Australia, collecting and identifying crustaceans. Robert has a passion for freshwater crayfish traveling across Australia to find and photograph them.

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