My latest interview for Rheophilia is with invertebrate taxonomist, ecologist and geomorphologist Dr Brian Timms. Brian has studied the invertebrates that live, reproduce, die and live again in temporary water bodies and salt lakes in some of Australia’s most challenging arid environments. His publication history spans more than 50 years, during which time he has described dozens of invertebrate species, and together with many Australian and international collaborators, drawn attention to the incredible diversity of animals – and the ecosystems in which they live – that would otherwise go unnoticed.
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