There will be a joint meeting of Australian and New Zealand scientific societies that use systematics and taxonomy as the basis to study and understand nature. It will be in Adelaide, South Australia, from the 26th to the 29th November 2017.

Three groups–the Society of Australian Systematic Biologists, the Australasian Systematic Botany Society and the Invertebrate Biodiversity and Conservation Biennial Meeting will come together at the centrally located University of Adelaide.

The conference theme, Integrating Systematics for Conservation and Ecology, aims to provide a globally relevant application of the work that the study of systematics, and the application of taxonomy, has to a broader scientific community and society.

Join us in lovely Adelaide to participate in this meeting which will be an excellent opportunity to see cutting edge research presentations, network with members of societies from affiliated groups and meet with colleagues and friends.

Registration is now open, early bird registration closes Friday 22nd September.

Abstract submission will open soon.