A study of invertebrate diversity emphasising their evolution, morphology, behaviour, and relationships to marine, freshwater and terrestrial environments. Invertebrate conservation and applied aspects of invertebrate biology are included. Practical work includes examining living and preserved specimens (including dissections) in the laboratory and the field, and techniques for invertebrate identification. Assumed knowledge: BIOS1101.Note/s: Enrolment in this course may be subject to quota restrictions. Such restrictions will only apply to students taking this course as an elective. There is a compulsory field camp during the term and personal expenses will be incurred.
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