Clare Beet

Clare Beet
The University of Waikato · Department of Biological Sciences

BSc University of Waikato

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DNA barcoding was intended as a means to provide species-level identifications through associating DNA sequences from unknown specimens to those from curated reference specimens. Although barcodes were not designed for phylogenetics, they can be beneficial to the completion of the Tree of Life. The barcode database for Trichoptera is relatively com...
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Climate changes are likely to have major influences on the distribution and abundance of Antarctic terrestrial biota. To assess arthropod distribution and diversity within the Ross Sea region, we examined mitochondrial DNA (COI) sequences for three currently recognized species of springtail (Collembola) collected from sites in the vicinity, and to...
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In order to predict future changes in biodiversity for Antarctic terrestrial ecosystems, an accurate assessment of current levels of biodiversity and an understanding of past responses is required. Here, we sampled populations of three springtail (Collembola) species from 10 sites in the vicinity and to the north of the Mackay Glacier, which acts a...
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The larval/nymphal stages of Ephemeroptera (mayflies), Plecoptera (stoneflies) and Trichoptera (caddisflies) (EPT taxa) are key components of aquatic food webs and are frequently used as bioindicators of water quality. However, challenges in identifying larvae/nymphs to species levels are one factor limiting their more routine use. New Zealand has...
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To assess arthropod distribution and diversity within Victoria Land terrestrial ecosystems, we examined mitochondrial DNA (COI) sequences for three springtail (Collembola) species collected from 12 sites in the vicinity and to the north of the Mackay Glacier. This area is a transitional zone (ecotone) situated between two biogeographic regions (nor...

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