Eungella's creepy crawlies help track climate change

ABC News

11 November 2013

Experts in moths, ants, birds, beetles, snails and plants have converged on Eungella National Park in north Queensland to find out how climate impacts biodiversity.

Together they'll search through tens of thousands of insect species to find a few climate sensitive creepy crawlies to be used as litmus tests in future climate change studies. Read more