Ms Sally South

Collection Manager Australian Biological Tissue Collection

8207 7481
sally.south@samuseum.sa.gov.au

Sally started as the Collection Manager of the Australian Biological Tissue Collection (ABTC) in August 2018.

Joined the South Australian Museum as a volunteer in the Herpetology Department in 2010. 

Her qualifications include a BSc in Biodiversity and Conservation with First Class Honours at Flinders University in 2010. 

Previous positions include fishing for dragon lizards in the Flinders Ranges as a field assistant for a post-graduate student at University of Melbourne, examination and identification of gut contents from introduced feral predators over a three year period.

Volunteer Surf Lifesaver at Glenelg for over 20 years

Enthusiastic reptile and invertebrate keeper and breeder

Yet to find anything ecological or biological that doesn’t interest me in some way!

Publications:

Woinarski John C. Z., South Sally L., Drummond Paul, Johnston Gregory R., Nankivell Alex (2017) The diet of the feral cat (Felis catus), red fox (Vulpes vulpes) and dog (Canis familiaris) over a three-year period at Witchelina Reserve, in arid South Australia. Australian Mammalogy 40, 204-213.