White Mountains Scientific Study Report

 

The publication reports the findings of the White Mountains Scientific Study, fieldwork for which was carried out from 29 March to 19 April 2000. The study investigated the natural resources of the dissected gorge country in White Mountains National Park, northeast of Hughenden, Queensland.

Listed below are the research reports, which form the bulk of the publication. 

Author

Title

A.F. Atkins, E.D. Edwards, M.F. Braby, S.J. Johnson & P.S. Valentine

The butterflies of White Mountains National Park, Northern Queensland and adjoining localities

E.D. Edwards,

Moths (Lepidoptera) of the White Mountains area

Penelope Greenslade

Springtails of the White Mountains National Park

Cheryl Grgurinovic & Jack Simpson

Preliminary survey of the fungi of White Mountains National Park

Robert Jones

A palaeontological survey of the north-western section of the White Mountains National Park north-east of Hughenden, Queensland

A.S. Kutt, J.E. Kemp, K.R. McDonald, Y. Williams, S.E. Williams, H.B. Hines, J-M. Hero & G. Torr

Vertebrate fauna survey of White Mountains National Park in the Desert Uplands Bioregion, central-north Queensland

Ray Leggett

The freshwater fish fauna of White Mountains National Park

Deniss M. Reeves

Odonata (damselflies and dragonflies) of White Mountains National Park, 8 - 19 April, 2000

E. J. Thompson, V.J. Neldner, R.J. Cumming, M.B. Thomas & B. Wannan

The flora and vegetation of the White Mountains, Queensland

T.A. Weir

Aquatic beetles (Insecta: Coleoptera; Hydradephaga, Hydrophilidae and Hydraenidae) of the White Mountains National Park area

T.A. Weir

Semi-aquatic bugs (Insecta; Hemiptera: Gerromorpha) of the White Mountains National Park area

Steve Wilson

Reptiles of White Mountains National Park with notes on biogeography