Densey Clyne

Densey Clyne (born Dorothy Denise Bell, 4 December 1922) is an Australian naturalist, photographer and writer, especially well known for her studies of spiders and insects. She was born in Risca, Wales, United Kingdom, and moved to Australia in 1936. During World War II she served as a commissioned officer in the Australian Women's Army Service, after a year in the Land Army. She married Peter Clyne (1927-1987) in 1950. Clyne lives in Wauchope, New South Wales.

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Densey Clyne - Achievements - Bibliography
... Books authored or coauthored by Clyne include 1969 – A Guide to Australian Spiders. 1988 – Densey Clyne's Wildlife of Australia. 1999 - Densey Clyne's Wildlife of Australia Pub ...
Densey Clyne - Achievements - Filmography
... and other documentary productions in which Densey Clyne has been involved as researcher, writer, narrator and/or adviser, in partnership with award-winning cinematographer Jim ... Clyne was asked by producers Robert Raymond and Vincent Serventy to film her garden insects in macro, as part of a TV series on Australia's natural ... This was the start of a 28-year filming partnership between Clyne and Frazier 1975 - "Garden Jungle" and "Aliens Among Us", two 50-minute documentaries researched and written by Clyne and filmed by Frazier, about the ...