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Taxonomic focus and quality control in insect surveys for biodiversity conservation



Taxonomic focus and quality control in insect surveys for biodiversity conservation



Australian Journal of Entomology 35(2): 97-106



The roles of detailed taxonomic interpretation in insect surveys are discussed, with emphasis on rapid biodiversity assessment, the levels of focus or penetration needed in particular contexts, and optimising the use of limited taxonomist expertise and resources.

Accession: 003292878

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DOI: 10.1111/j.1440-6055.1996.tb01369.x

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