Dr Andrew Amey

Andrew has been Collection Manager of Amphibians and Reptiles at the Queensland Museum since 1998. He is responsible for registration of new specimens, caring for the collection and allowing access by researchers and members of the public. 

Andrew Amey

Andrew provides advice to the Poisons Information Centre on venomous snakes and is a member of the Red-eared Slider Taskforce, dedicated to eradicating this pest turtle species in Queensland. 

His research interests include biology of dragon lizards and taxonomy of skinks.

Position

Collection Manager of Amphibians and Reptiles, Biodiversity Program

Qualifications

BSc, University of Western Australia, 1991

BSc (1st Class Honours), The University of Queensland, 1992

PhD, The University of Queensland, 1999

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