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Thomas Cribb

My work relates almost entirely to the study of trematodes which are platyhelminths parasitic as sexual adults in all classes of vertebrates and using a huge range of other animals as intermediate hosts. I see my bread and butter as contributing to the description of the fauna of Australia and the surrounding Indo-Pacific. I am also interested in biogeography, phylogenetics and elucidation of life-cycles. There remains a lot to be done.

Thomas's work profile

Thomas works in the following sector(s): University

Thomas's primary institution is: The University of Queensland

Thomas's position is: Associate Professor

Thomas's work in taxonomy 

Thomas has the following roles: Collecting, Specimen preparation, Identification, Research, Editing publishing and reviewing

Thomas's skills are in Species delimitation, Phylogenetics, Classification, Biogeography

Thomas works on the taxonomy of Animals, Flatworms,

Thomas is happy to be contacted for the following reasons:

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