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Suggested Fauna Reserve For South Australia
Descriptions of the flora growing in Central Australia along the Alice Springs line were given by Mr. E.H. Ising before the Field Naturalists' Sec-
tion of the Royal Society at the annual meeting, and many specimens were shown. Mr. Ising visited Macumba station, where in the summer this year the temperature averaged 111 degrees for 50 days. A suggestion was put forward by Mr. B. B. Beck that an Australian fauna reserve, similar to that in Vic toria, be established in South Aus tralia. The matter win be taken up bv the fauna and flora protection com mittee. Mr. E. H. Isuir was re-elected presi dent, and the following were also elec ted:—Vice-presidents. Mr. W. A: Hard ing and Lieut.-Col. D. Fulton: secre tary, Mr. E. V. Dicks; assistant secre tary. Mr. L. Reynolds: treasurer. Miss M. Roeser.