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The challenges and opportunities to biological systematics that are discussed result from the need to provide information critical to knowledge-based and effective conservation of our flora and fauna, especially invertebrates . Topics covered include: the magnitude of the challenge in terms of the size of Australia’s biodiversity; the products of systematic research important to conservation; short examples of approaches to the delivery of that systematic information; brief outline s of two systematic research projects undertaken primarily to assist in the conservation of insects; and four recommendations for systematists and conservation biologists.

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