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More than 60 billion leaf litter invertebrates died in the Black Summer fires. Here's what that did to ecosystems

By Heloise Gibb, Professor, La Trobe University
Nick Porch, Senior Lecturer in Environmental Earth Science, Deakin University
When the rainforests burned, the leaf litter did too – and with it, billions of invertebrates vital to healthy ecosystems.The Conversation

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