Do leeches play a role in the transmission of Trypanosomes in native Australian mammals

Hannah Wells (Presenter), Andrew Peters, Anke S. K. Frank, Maggie J Watson, Chloe McAuley

Research output: Other contribution to conferencePosterpeer-review


Anke Frank is co-author of this poster presentation by Honours student Hannah Wells
Original languageEnglish
Publication statusPublished - Jul 2023
Event2023 Ecological Society of Australia Conference: ESA 2023 - Darwin Convention Centre, Darwin, Australia
Duration: 03 Jul 202306 Jul 2023


Conference2023 Ecological Society of Australia Conference
Abbreviated titleBiodiversity Conservation in a Changing World
OtherPlease join us in Darwin for ESA 2023 and experience the Larrakia season of Dinidjanggama, our ‘heavy dew’ time. This is the time of perfect weather – warm days with clear blue skies, balmy evenings and cool nights. Many plants are starting to flower, including the regionally dominant Maminyjuma (Darwin woolybutt, Eucalyptus miniata) and Manigurrma (Darwin stringybark, E. tetrodonta). Native bees are busy collecting nectar to make Dadbinggwa (sugar bag). Dambilinggwa (water lilies) are blooming and Gakingga (Magpie geese) are feeding their young as the floodplains start drying out. It is a time of great promise for the future. I look forward to welcoming you to our special place during this special time.
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