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Senior Investigator
Mark Harvey, Ph.D.
Department of Terrestrial Zoology
Western Australian Museum
Locked Bag 49, Welshpool DC, Western Australia
Australia 6986

Adjunct Professor
School of Animal Biology
University of Western Australia, Perth

Research Associate
Department of Invertebrate Zoology
American Museum of Natural History, New York

Phone: +61 8 9212 3737
Fax: +61 8 9212 3882
PBI Role:
Member, Steering Committee;
supervise Australian collections;
advise trainees
Professional Experience:
Systematics of Australasian pseudoscorpions.
Systematics of Australasian schizomids.
Systematics of troglobitic arachnids and myriapods.
The evolution of short-range endemism in the Australian biota (in collaboration with Melinda Moir).
Systematics of the Australasian Golden Orb-Weaving Spiders (Nephila) (in collaboration with Andrew Austin and Mark Adams).
Systematics of the spiders of the family Oonopidae (in collaboration with Ricardo Ott and Karen Edward; funded by the US National Science Foundation; see http://research.amnh.org/oonopidae/).
Systematics of the Australian scorpion family Urodacidae (in collaboration with Erich Volschenk and Lorenzo Prendini; funded by the Australian Biological Resources Study).
Systematics of the spider family Micropholcommatidae (in collaboration with Michael Rix)
Systematics of the Australian crevice spiders (Selenopidae) (in collaboration with Volker Framenau).
Distribution of the millipede family Paradoxosomatidae in Australia (in collaboration with Bob Mesibov and Cathy Car)
The American Museum of Natural History, New York, in collaboration with
The California Academy of Sciences, San Francisco   The University of California, Berkeley
The Field Museum of Natural History, Chicago   George Washington University, Washington DC
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