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Kennard, M.J. (ed) (2010). Identifying high conservation value aquatic ecosystems in northern Australia. Interim Report for the Department of Environment, Water, Heritage and the Arts and the National Water Commission. Charles Darwin University, Darwin.
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Front cover – Pseudomugil tenellus (delicate blue-eye), an inhabitant of the well-vegetated margins of lowland floodplain lacustrine and palustrine waterbodies in northern Australia. Photo by Neil Armstrong.
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