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- "Metanephrops australiensis (Bruce, 1966)". World Register of Marine Species. Retrieved 24 July 2017. Lipke B. Holt****s (1991). "Metanephrops australiensis". FAO...
- Triops australiensis, sometimes referred to as a shield shrimp, is an Australian species of the tadpole shrimp Triops. Triops australiensis has a wide...
- Oryza australiensis is a wild rice species native to northern Australia. It is a perennial plant that uses the C3 photosynthesis pathway. Atlas of Living...
- genus in the family Alismataceae containing the sole species Astonia australiensis found in Queensland, Australia. It is sometimes included in the genus...
- Straininfo of Quadricoccus australiensis Maszenan, AM; Seviour, RJ; Patel, BK; Schumann, P (2002). "Quadricoccus australiensis gen. nov., sp. nov., a beta-proteobacterium...
- Aeromonas australiensis is a Gram-negative, anaerobic bacterium from the genus Aeromonas isolated from an irrigation water system in Western Australia...
- Asperoseius australiensis is a species of mite in the family Phytoseiidae. "Asperoseius australiensis". GBIF. Retrieved 2020-01-22....
- Australia. "Trypaea australiensis Report". Integrated Taxonomic Information System. Retrieved 2020-01-25. "Trypaea australiensis". GBIF. Retrieved 2020-01-25...
- Scoparia australiensis is a moth in the family Crambidae. It was described by George Hampson in 1899. It is found in Australia, where it has been recorded...
- Aglaia australiensis is a species of plant in the family Meliaceae. It is endemic to Australia. Pannell, C.M. (1998). "Aglaia australiensis". IUCN Red...
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