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Lindsay has co-ordinated flora and fauna surveys since 1997 and has more than 10 years research experience in the field of entomology. He completed his PhD on the acoustic behaviour, ecology, biogeography, genetic relatedness and taxonomy of a species complex of cicadas from eastern Australia.

Lindsay has a broad range of expertise in the taxonomy, ecology, phylogenetics and biogeography of animals and plants, particularly birds, insects and eucalypts, and has published in a wide range of peer-reviewed journals. He also has a strong background in acoustic recording and identification.

Since joining BAAM, Lindsay has prepared species management programs for both large and small scale projects in central Queensland. He has also been involved in targeted fauna surveys and has coordinated the preparation of legislative approval submissions for a large state project that spans multiple bioregions.

Image courtesy of Lindsay Popple

Image courtesy of Lindsay Popple