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Australasian Plant Conservation (APC)
The bulletin of the Australian Network for Plant Conservation Inc.

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Are you involved in plant conservation work? Are you a member of a local revegetation group, or a landholder, or a scientist conducting research into threatened species? Or perhaps you're just interested in Australia's native plants. Whatever your interest, Australasian Plant Conservation is a must for anyone involved in plant conservation.

Australasian Plant Conservation (APC) is a forum for information exchange for all those involved in plant conservation. Each issue contains a range of articles on plant conservation issues which reflect the interests of the range of ANPC's membership. Regular features include lists of the latest relevant publications, websites, conferences, field work and workshops. Australasian Plant Conservation is published quarterly, in March, June, September and December. It is currently received by 700 individuals and organisations within Australia and worldwide.  There is an index to past issues below.

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1/ securing biodiversity.
2/ partnerships for biodiversity
3/ prioritising actions.
4/ animals in plant conservation.
5/ engagement and communication in the modern world.

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24(1)

June-Aug 2015

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Articles generally should not exceed 1200 words and authors are encouraged to submit two or three high resolution images to illustrate their article. We also welcome:
· book reviews
· titles of interesting recent publications or resources, and where they can be found
· conference, workshop, course and fieldwork announcements
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APC Index

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Australasian Plant Conservation   Volume 22 Number 2   September - November 2013

From the editor by Selga Harrington
Plants and their role in coextinction - Melinda Moir
Plants and pollinators - an essential partnership in subtropical rainforest - Geoff Williams and Paul Adam
Tetragonula carbonaria – pollinator and educator - Peter Clarke
Regent Honeyeaters and Eucalypt diversity in the Cessnock area of New South Wales - Mick Roderick
Woodland bird communities in a revegetation area at Snape Reserve, Victoria - Jonathan Starks
Restoring reserves in the heart of Western Sydney: habitat reconstruction for the threatened Scarlet Robin - Chantelle Doyle, Chris Macris, Aimee Freemanis
Plant conservation – for the birds? - Nicki Taws
Understanding blackwater events in rivers - Simon Pahor and Gina Newton
Further field observations on the endangered and data deficient Pultenaea sp. ‘Olinda’ - Steve Clarke
Restore and Renew NSW: Practical provenance and fitness information for restoration practitioners - Maurizio Rossetto and Tricia Hogbin
Regular features
Member profile
Report from New Zealand Plant Conservation Network
Upcoming conferences and workshops
Book reviews
Information resources and useful websites
Research round up

Australasian Plant Conservation   Volume 22 Number 1   June - August 2013

From the editor by Selga Harrington
Integrating fire management into conservation actions for the threatened shrub Grevillea caleyi
- Tony D. Auld and Judith Scott
Translating science into practice for improved fire management and biodiversity conservation in South East Queensland - Craig Welden and Dr Samantha Lloyd
Ecologically sustainable fire management for the Northern Rivers region of NSW - Greg Banks
Preliminary results suggest fire is required to maintain Acacia dangarensis, a threatened single-population endemic from the Hunter Valley of NSW - Stephen Bell and Max Elliott
Preliminary field observations on fire and the endangered and data deficient Pultenaea sp. ‘Olinda’
- Steve Clarke
Vegetation monitoring and management at Kinglake National Park following the 2009 Black Saturday Bushfires
- Karl Just and Cam Beardsell
The response of Grampians Duck‑orchid and Grampians Pincushion Lily in Victoria to wild fire - Noushka Reiter and Gail Pollard
Improving the management of native orchid populations - Phil Collier and Robin Garnett
Combining science with management: Understanding the seed ecology of ‘Pearl‑like Androcalva’ underpins successful in situ regeneration by fire of this threatened species - Dr Shane Turner, Christine Best and Sarah Barrett
The role of fire in plant conservation in wheatbelt remnants - Carl Gosper, Suzanne Prober and Colin Yates
Identifying ecosystems at risk – the new IUCN Red List - David Keith
Regular features
Report from New Zealand Plant Conservation Network
Recent workshop reports
Upcoming conferences and workshops
Information resources and useful websites

Australasian Plant Conservation   Volume 21 Number 4   March - May 2013

From the editor - Selga Harrington
Pushing the boundaries – Innovation in intervention - Jason Cummings
Grasping the Nettle: Role of NGOs in plant conservation - Vicki-Jo Russell AM
The future of Australia’s flora: a policy perspective - Stephen Harris
Managing the matrix – once more with feeling - Sue McIntyre
Building a South Australian database of biological life histories and disturbance responses - Doug Bickerton, Michelle Waycott, Ainsley Calladine and Roman Urban
Doing what’s best for the ecological community - protection under national environment law - Matt White
Crossing borders for biodiversity: a focus on threatened species and biodiversity management policy - Judy West and Belinda Brown
Alpine seed and seedling ecology reveals important implications for management - Gemma L. Hoyle
21 years of seed conservation in the WA Department of Environment and Conservation: achievements and future directions - Anne Cochrane and Andrew Crawford
Flora of Australia Online – a continental taxonomic resource for the future of Australian plant conservation
- Helen Thompson and Greg Whitbread
Enhancing and restoring diverse grasslands and grassy woodlands: are we there yet? - Paul Gibson-Roy
Regular Features
Report from New Zealand Plant Conservation Network
Upcoming conferences and workshops
Book reviews
Information resources and useful websites
Research round up

Australasian Plant Conservation   Volume 21 Number 3   December 2012 - February 2013

From the editor - Selga Harrington
President’s report - David Coates
ANPC’s 9th National Conference - Mark Richardson
Efforts to enhance populations of the Wee Jasper Grevillea: Successes and failures - John Briggs and Scott Seymour
Kangaroo Island Nationally Threatened Plant Project: making a difference to Kangaroo Island’s threatened flora - Michelle Haby and Heiri Klein
Euphrasia arguta: management of a species previously presumed extinct - Doug Binns
Victorian Orchid Conservation - Noushka Reiter, Richard Thomson, Neil Anderton, Wendy Bedggood, Chris Jenek, Rob Cross, Julie Whitfield, Ann Lawrie, Gail Pollard, Mary Argall, Glen Johnson and Karen Lester
Sowing seeds: bridging the gap between ex situ collections and reintroduction - Lydia Guja, Tom North, David Taylor, Joe McAuliffe
Seeds behaving badly: Conservation of rainforest species - Graeme Errington, Peter Cuneo and Catherine A. Offord
The endemic flora of Norfolk Island: Conservation challenges on a remote oceanic island - Kevin Mills
Research and conservation initiatives for the vulnerable Purple-wood Wattle: a model for plant species conservation in Australia? - Andrew Denham, Tony Auld, David Ayre, Cairo Forrest, Amy Gilpin, Eleanor O’Brien and David Roberts
A phylogenetic and morphological approach in a key Australian plant genus, Brachyscome - Megan J Hirst
Saving private rhizomes: private land initiatives which encourage and support in‑situ plant conservation - Jeff Kelleway and Lynn Webber
Non Government Organisations – research and botanic gardens - David Coutts
Horned Pondweed at Sydney Olympic Park - Swapan Paul and Tina Hsu
Regular Features
Report from New Zealand Plant Conservation Network
ANPC workshop report
Conferences and Workshops

Australasian Plant Conservation   Volume 21 Number 2   September - November 2012

From the editor - Selga Harrington

NatureLinks: landscape-scale conservation in action - Stella Kondylas and Andrew Schurgott

Better bush for your buck: targeting restoration efforts and exploring restoration methods in the lower Hunter Valley, NSW - Tricia Hogbin

Establishing native vegetation on the Mount Owen Mine model site - Yvonne Nussbaumer, Carmen Castor and Mike Cole

Habitat reconstruction at Gunnedah Research Centre, Gunnedah. New South Wales - John Lemon, Warren Martin, Brian Wilson, Chris Nadolny and Daniel Lunney

Biorich plantations: integrated commercial and environmental treescapes - Ian Penna

Rehabilitation of the former construction sites of the Snowy Hydro-electric scheme in Kosciuszko National Park Case Study: T2 Dogleg Spoil Dump - Elizabeth MacPhee

Restoring patches: landscape restoration in practice - Justin Jonson

Buffer zones for aquatic biodiversity conservation - Dr Gina Newton

Pollination biology of Western Australia’s Showy Everlasting Daisy (Schoenia filifolia subsp. subulifolia) - Guochen K. Png

Azorella macquariensis – Battling for survival in the furious fifties - Lorraine Perrins

Regular Features

Report from New Zealand Plant Conservation Network

Conferences and Workshops

Book reviews
Biodiversity Monitoring in Australia – Stephen Harris
Reducing the impacts of development on wildlife – Selga Harrington
Australia’s Poisonous Plants, Fungi and Cyanobacteria, A guide to species of medical and veterinary importance – Daniela Brozek-Cordier

Information resources and useful websites

Research Roundup

Australasian Plant Conservation   Volume 21 Number 1   June - August 2012

From the editor - Selga Harrington

The south-east Queensland ecological restoration framework – the ‘how to guide’ for a biodiversity hotspot - David Francis, Rhonda James and Darren McPherson

The use of mitigation planting to achieve strategic planning outcomes in local riparian restoration - Lisa Carter and Murray Swales

Tweed-Byron Bush Futures Project: improving urban and peri-urban bushland sustainability in Tweed and Byron Shires - Angus Underwood and John Turnbull

High impact bush regeneration: is there a role for heavy machinery? - Lee Andresen

A forty year history of bushcare at Bonnet Bay, NSW - Michael Harrington

Hawthorn eradication - an Aranda Bushland story - Jean Geue

Burn piles and planting at Latrobeana Terrace – Restoration of a grassy forest community in Eltham South, Victoria - Karl Just

Ex-situ conservation of the rare Tall Yellow-top Daisy (Senecio pilosicristus) - Michael Thorpe, Dan Duval and Phillip Ainsley

Revegetation of Banksia Eucalypt Woodland in Beeliar Regional Park, Western Australia - Linda Metz

Restoring the canopy health of native urban bushland and parkland trees - Paul Anthony Barber and Giles Edward St John Hardy

The Redhand MethodTM - a new method of herbicide application - Tait Bedlington

Regular Features

Report from New Zealand Plant Conservation Network

Recent workshop reports

Book reviews
Flammable Australia – Fire Regimes, Biodiversity and Ecosystems in a Changing World
Burke and Wills – The Scientific Legacy of the Victorian Exploring Expedition

Conferences and Workshops

Information resources and useful websites

Research Roundup

Australasian Plant Conservation   Volume 20 Number 4   March - May 2012

From the editor - Selga Harrington

The role of community groups in rare orchid monitoring in the West Australian wheatbelt - Mark C. Brundrett

Could crowdsourcing be used to detect and monitor invasives? - Lynne Sealie, Bryan Kalms

Monitoring a nutrient manipulation experiment to restore grassy box-gum woodlands - Don A. Driscoll

The Threatened Crimson Spider Orchid, Albury NSW - Paul Scannell

Mitigating the effects of forest eucalypt dieback associated with psyllids and bell miners in World Heritage Areas - Bryony M. Horton

Monitoring the effects of fire on the Button Wrinklewort (Rutidosis leptorrhynchoides) - Catherine Ross and Amy Macris

Monitoring for climate driven floristic shift in Australian subtropical rainforest - Melinda Laidlaw

Monitoring the Bago Leek Orchid (Prasophyllum bagoensis) - Maya Beretta

Vehicle access controls monitored through photopoints - Bryan Haywood

Introduction of Pellitory into revegetated coastal dunes to attract the Yellow Admiral Butterfly, City of Stirling, Western Australia - Georgina Lambert and Sheldon Pritchard

Habitat of the Leafless Tongue Orchid (Cryptostylis hunteriana) throughout its known Australian distribution - Claire de Lacey, Stephen Bell, Steven Chamberlain and Karl Bossard

Regular Features

Report from New Zealand Plant Conservation Network

Book Reviews
Crop wild relatives. A manual of in situ conservation

Information Resources and Useful Websites

Research Roundup

Conferences and Workshops

ANPC Corporate Members

Australasian Plant Conservation   Volume 20 Number 3   December 2011 - February 2012

From the editor - Selga Harrington

President’s report - Bob Makinson

Request for feedback on monitoring programs - Thomas Payne

Restoration as a learning process – lessons from temperate grasslands - David Freudenberger and Paul Gibson-Roy

ACT and region community-based biodiversity vegetation monitoring - Sarah Sharp, Debbie Saunders and Andy Westcott

Serendipity during long-term monitoring of translocation trials - Manfred Jusaitis

Monitoring the endangered Tumut Grevillea (Grevillea wilkinsonii R.O. Makinson) - Nicki Taws

Plant monitoring and building community stewardship of local endemics - Lorelle Campbell

Monitoring remnant native grassland at St. Lukes Cemetery, Bothwell, Tasmania - Chris Lang and Natalie Tapson

Topsoil translocation: an effective method for increasing plant species diversity in restored sites - Mark Tozer, Christopher C. Simpson, Berin D.E. Mackenzie and Mark Blanche

Adaptive monitoring of vegetation in the Macquarie Marshes, New South Wales - Darren Shelly

Measuring success in endangered species habitat management, the Brickpit, Sydney Olympic Park 2006-2011 - Jennifer O’Meara and Andrew Jack

Biodiversity Monitoring: Branching ‘outside the Box’ for Box-Gum Grassy Woodland - Mary Munro and Damien Michael

Australian Plant Census: November 2011 update - Brendan Lepschi and Anna Monro

Regular Features

ANPC in the USA: directions in science and conservation at the Smithsonian Institution

Report from New Zealand Plant Conservation Network

Book Reviews
Wetland Weeds – Causes, Cures and Compromises
Planting for Wildlife – a Practical Guide to Restoring Native Woodlands

Information Resources and Useful Websites

Research Roundup

Conferences and Workshops

 

Australasian Plant Conservation   Volume 20 Number 2   September - November 2011

From the editor - Selga Harrington

Coastal 20 – $2.5 Million for the restoration of 20 iconic coastal wetlands in northern New South Wales and south east Queensland - Adam Gosling

Conserving coastal wetland vegetation with Wetland Care Australia’s Blue Carbon program - Simone Haigh

WetlandCare Australia expands sustainable floodplain management across the Nambucca and Bellinger Catchments - Josh Keating and Kirralee Donovan

The rehabilitation of coastal wetlands: why small-scale variations in microtopography are critical to success - Paul I Boon

The Moolapio Project – a land management program conserving and enhancing coastal foreshore and wetland communities at Point Henry - Rod White, Lyn Willcock and Paul Gibson-Roy

Restoring Eastern Suburbs Banksia Scrub in Sydney’s historic Centennial Parklands - Lukas Clews and Samantha McDonald

The Bega Valley Shire’s Coastal Weeds Project - Stuart B. Cameron

A natural vegetation regeneration event - Jennifer Liney

Community restoration of a degraded wetland in Knockrow, New South Wales north coast - Laura White

Continuing development of an area of Australian plants at Mallacoota, Victoria - Ian Anderson

The TSR Network: linking places, linking people - Kirstin Proft

Obituary: Vale Anders Tony Bofeldt, 11 December 1962 to 30 June 2011 - Maria Matthes and Mark Robinson

ANPC in the USA: directions in science and conservation at the Smithsonian Institution

Regular Features

Report from New Zealand Plant Conservation Network

Research Roundup

Book Review
Native Trees of the NSW South Coast: Berry– Kangaroo Valley – Nowra – Ulladulla – Batemans Bay

Information Resources and Useful Websites

Conferences and Workshops

 

 

Australasian Plant Conservation   Volume 20 Number 1   June - August 2011

From the editor - Selga Harrington

Significant Plant conservation on Bush Heritage reserves – the meaning of new discovery - Paul Foreman

Conserving the rare flora of the Granite Belt in Southern Queensland - Paul Donatiu

Getting Wild about Macadamias:going it alone - passion, persistence and the good will of many - Maria Matthes

The Tasmanian Land Conservancy: protecting Tasmania’s biodiversity through conservation on private land - Matthew Taylor and Denna Kingdom

Beyond parks and reserves – the importance of conservation on private land - Doug Robinson, Tiffany Inglis and Stephen Firns

Working together for woodlands - Trish Fox

Promoting plant conservation on leasehold land in the Australian Capital Territory - Geoff King

Wildlife Refuge on a small private landholding in NSW - Adrian Fethers and Maya Beretta

Whole of Paddock Rehabilitation – Landscape Restoration Grows Up - Cummings, J., Gould, L., and Fifield, G.

Cross Property Biodiversity Planning - Toni McLeish

Botanic gardens plant conservation partnerships: Mackay region - Toby Golson

Recording Aboriginal traditional knowledge at Paruku IPA, Western Australia - Tanya Vernes

Regular Features

ANPC in the USA: directions in science and conservation at the Smithsonian Institution

Report from New Zealand Plant Conservation Network

Research Roundup

Book Review
Coastal Plants: A Guide to the Identification and Restoration of Plants of the Perth Region

Information Resources and Useful Websites

Conferences and Workshops

ANPC kick off the first two workshops on – Managing Native Vegetation in Travelling Stock Reserves

 

Australasian Plant Conservation   Volume 19 Number 4   March - May 2011

From the Editor - Rosemay Purdie

Victor Garlngarr and Barbara Gurwalwal: Caring for Country in the Warddeken Indigenous Protected Area, Arnhem Land - Victor Garlngarr, Barbara Gurwalwal, Sam Bentley-Toon, Emilie Ens and Gill Towler

Finding common ground in north-east Victoria - R. McTernan, R. Kennedy and M. Munro

A collaborative pathway to Working on Country—the Northern Rivers journey - Lisa Wellman

Working with Anangu to conserve rare plants in the Anangu Pitjantjatjara Yankunytjatjara Lands of South Australia - Rachel Paltridge, Peter Latz, Alex Pickburn, Matt Ward, Jeannie Ward and Malpiya Davey

Anmatjerre traditional ecological knowledge and conservation of Antjulkinah, the Giant Sweet Potato - Beth Crase, Angus Duguid, Raymond Nelson Pengart, Paddy Willis Jakamarra, Laurie Price Angal, Margaret Scobie Pengart, Aggie Woods Kemarr, Andrew Rayner and Richard Tuckwell

People and plants in Arnhem Land: maintaining ecological and cultural assets using Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal techniques - Emilie Ens and Gill Towler

Indigenous plant conservation, Guanaba Indigenous Protected Area, Queensland - W.J. (Bill) King

Boorabee and The Willows Indigenous Protected Area, New South Wales - Karen Potter

Jidaanga cultural project, New South Wales—the endangered orchid Phaius australis - Amie McElroy

Saltmarsh restoration: success story with future benefits for many partners - J. Green, T. Alletson and A. Reichelt-Brushett

Indigenous-driven tropical ethnobotany - Rosemary Hill, Gerry Turpin, Warren Canendo, Peta-Marie Standley, Darren Crayn, Sarah-Jane Warne, Katrina Keith, Eda Addicott and Frank Zich

A renewed Global Strategy for Plant Conservation and other COP10 outcomes - Andrea T. Kramer

ANPC in the USA: directions in science and conservation at the Smithsonian Institution - Zoë Smith

Regular Features

Research Roundup

Book Reviews
Mistletoes of Southern Australia - reviewed by Bryan Barlow
Floodplain Wetland Biota in the Murray-Darling Basin: Water and Habitat Requirements - reviewed by Dr Gina Newton

Information Resources and Useful Websites

Conferences and Workshops

ANPC Workshops

 

Australasian Plant Conservation   Volume 19 Number 3   December 2010 - February 2011

From the Editor - Rosemary Purdie

ANPC Annual General Meeting, 26 November 2010: President’s report - Bob Makinson

Climate warming and the germination niche - A. Cochrane

Urban landscapes supporting plant conservation - Sue Dempster

Re-establishing the cycad Macrozamia riedlei following mining by Renae Douglas, Dylan Korczynskyj and John Koch

Reconstructing new populations of the endangered Rutidosis leptorrhynchoides (Button Wrinklewort) at two sites
in south‑western Victoria
- Paul Gibson-Roy

Progressing from single species recovery planning to multi-species recovery across the landscape: a case study from the Hunter Valley, New South Wales - Tricia Hogbin

Ongoing recovery of Acacia chapmanii subsp. australis: a case study in adaptive management - Robert Huston and Prue Dufty

Hidden treasures: documenting localised variants of the flora of the Swan Coastal Plain - Greg Keighery and Bronwen Keighery

Assessing botanical capacity in the United States: gaps identified and strategic recommendations made to maximise conservation success - Andrea T. Kramer and Kayri Havens

A practical genetic contribution towards best-practice seed-sourcing guidelines for ecological restoration - Siegy Krauss, Liz Sinclair, Jessica Stingemore and Kristina Hufford

Unexpected richness of Wurmbea species in the Midwest, Murchison and Gascoyne rangelands, Western Australia - Terry D. Macfarlane and Andrew P. Brown

An interesting plant community of hypo-saline seasonal lakes in the Muir-Unicup catchment, Western Australia - Terry D. Macfarlane and Roger W. Hearn

Engaging with industry in plant conservation—state of play in 2010 - Elizabeth Mattiske

Australian Myrtaceae threatened by Myrtle Rust

Searching for Conospermum toddii in the Great Victoria Desert, Western Australia - Natalie Murdock, Elizabeth Mattiske and Colin Woolard

Ecological, economic and social challenges, restoration filters and planning for the unknown - Katinka X. Ruthrof and Leonie E. Valentine

Fire responses of threatened flora in Western Australia - Erica Shedley, David Coates and Neil Burrows

Update on Seed Accreditation Project in Western Australia - David Venning

Botanic gardens partnership to help conserve threatened species - Toby Golson

Regular Features

Report from New Zealand Plant Conservation Network

Book Reviews
A Handbook of the World’s Conifers - reviewed by Mark Richardson
Temperate Woodland Conservation and Management - reviewed by Paul Gibson-Roy
Forest Phoenix: How a great forest recovers after wildfire - reviewed by Lincoln Kern
Desert Channels: The Impulse to Conserve - reviewed by Steve Douglas

ANPC Workshops

 

Australasian Plant Conservation   Volume 19 Number 2   September - November 2010

From the Editor - Rosemary Purdie

Guest Editorial: Conservation management of linear vegetation remnants in Australia - Dr Peter Spooner

Leading practice in the environmental management of New South Wales linear reserves—the role of the NSW Roadside Environment Committee - Neil Dufty

Working collaboratively to restore connectivity in the South West Slopes bioregion of New South Wales - Josie Stokes, Elisa Tack, Sarah Stuart and Kevin Roberts

An innovative Regional Roadside Environment Toolkit - Meredith Laing

Saving the Gerroa Bushland - James R. Doak

The campaign to protect travelling stock routes - Bev Smiles and Adam Blakester

Havens and oases—the conservation value of stock routes in Queensland - Rod Fensham

The Brigalow Reference Area—a unique linear remnant - R.W. Johnson and W.J.F. McDonald

The benefits of restored linear vegetation corridors for biodiversity conservation—a case study - Stuart Johnston and Roger Good

Restoring critically endangered grassland on roadsides in the Victorian Volcanic Plain - by Frank Carland and Natasha Kennedy

Tasmania’s temperate grassland linear remnants and the Tunbridge long paddock - Louise Gilfedder

Threatened flora and Western Australia’s roadside remnants - Caron Macneall

New workshops for managing native vegetation in travelling stock reserves - Sue Mathams

Geographical Information System-based habitat modelling and conservation assessment of threatened plants on Cape York Peninsula - Bruce Wannan

Building our knowledge of the inter‑relationships between plants and insects: some books that assist - Maria Matthes

What family does this plant belong to now? - Rosemary Purdie

ANPC in the USA: directions in science and conservation at the Smithsonian Institution - Zoë Smith

Regular Features

Research Roundup

Book Reviews
Flora of the Otway Plain and Ranges 1. Orchids, irises, lilies, grass-trees, mat-rushes and other petaloid monocotyledons - reviewed by Lincoln Kern
Rainforest Restoration Manual for South-Eastern Australia - reviewed by Claudia Catterall
Wetland Habitats: A Practical Guide to Restoration and Management - reviewed by Michael Hensen
A Guide to the Beetles of Australia - reviewed by Maria Matthes
A Guide to the Katydids of Australia - reviewed by Maria Matthes
The Complete Field Guide to Stick and Leaf Insects of Australia - reviewed by Maria Matthes
A Guide to Australian Moths - reviewed by Maria Matthes
The Complete Field Guide to the Butterflies of Australia - reviewed by Maria Matthes

Information Resources and Useful Websites

ANPC Workshops

Conferences and Workshops

 

Australasian Plant Conservation   Volume 19 Number 1   June - August 2010

From the Editor - Tom Celebrezze

Letting nature take its course - Paul Adam

Managing regrowth in Australia’s changing rural landscape: a social phenomenon - Ian D. Lunt, Catherine Allan, Peter Spooner, Rik Thwaites, and John Morgan

Protecting regrowth vegetation in Queensland: a case study in sustainable land management - Ben Lawson et al.

Conservation and the mulgalands of eastern Australia: an unusual case of regrowth - G. Bradd Witt and R.J.S. (Bob) Beeton

Regrowth in south-western Australia: challenges and opportunities - Rachel J Standish

Regrowth and conservation in New Guinea - Paul Sillitoe

Fostering Brigalow regrowth for biodiversity conservation and carbon sequestration - John M. Dwyer

Greening Australia’s position on accounting for carbon in sinks broadly classified as ‘regrowth’ - Dr David Freudenberger and David Carr (Compiled by Michael Vyse)

Considering regrowth in ecological assessments: where science, policy, legislation and assessment don’t meet - Maria Matthes and Mark V. Robinson

‘Regrowth’ within reconstructed species-rich grasslands – observations of opportunities taken up by a range of trophic levels - Paul Gibson-Roy

Fencing to exclude livestock grazing enhances biodiversity values of remnant York Gum–Jam woodlands in Western Australia - Rachel Standish, Suzanne Prober and Georg Wiehl

Climate change and threatened wetland flora and communities - Damien Cook

Decline of Ruppia species in the Coorong lagoons, SA - Robyn Whipp

Long-stem planting - Marjo Patari

ANPC in the USA: directions in science and conservation at the Smithsonian Institution - Zoë Smith

Regular Features

Report from New Zealand Plant Conservation Network

Research Roundup

Book Reviews
Australian Palms. Biogeography, Ecology and Systematics - reviewed by Roger Good
The flowering of Australia’s rainforests: a plant and pollination miscellany - reviewed by Maria Matthes
Planting Wetlands and Dams: A Practical Guide to Wetland Design, Construction and Propagation (2nd edition) - reviewed by Michael Hensen

Information Resources and Useful Websites

Conferences and Workshops

 

Australasian Plant Conservation   Volume 18 Number 4   March - May 2010

From the Editor - Rosemary Purdie

The impacts of increasing solar ultraviolet light on the wetland mires of the mainland Australian Alps - Roger Good, Genevieve Wright, Geoff Hope and Jennie Whinam

Reversing drivers of degradation in Blue Mountains and Newnes Plateau Shrub Swamp endangered ecological communities - Michael Hensen and Eric Mahony

Conserving the endangered montane wetlands of the New England Tablelands - Adam Gosling and Nic Cobcroft

Wetlands of the Murray-Darling Basin: EPBC Act threatened ecological communities? - Gina Newton

Vegetation management and hydrological restoration of Bolin Bolin Billabong, Victoria - Karl Just and Garry French

Floristic values and hydrological threats to freshwater claypans in Drummond Nature Reserve, Western Australia - Wendy Chow, Ryan Vogwill and Matt Forbes

Rehabilitating a dry wetland on the southern tablelands of New South Wales - Michael Pattison

The invasion of common reed (Phragmites australis) in Chesapeake Bay, USA - Dennis F. Whigham, Karin M. Kettenring, Melissa K. McCormick and Heather Baron

Removing the Devils Claw from Gregory National Park, Northern Territory - Karlie Goetze and Derek Sandow

Tackling wetland weeds: reducing impacts and restoring native vegetation on the Far North Coast of New South Wales - Laura White and Garry Owers

Adelaide Botanic Gardens First Creek Wetland Aquifer Storage and Recovery Project - Phil Ainsley and Andrew Pill

Supporting the wetland community to protect and restore Australian wetlands - Kate Heyward

A new organisation supporting wetland restoration, management and research in the Murray Darling - Roger Good

Medicinal plants of Nigeria’s savannah areas under threat - T.R. Fasola

ANPC in the USA: directions in science and conservation at the Smithsonian Institution - Zoë Smith

New Key Threatening Processes listed under the EPBC Act

Regular Features

Report from NZ Plant Conservation Network

Research Roundup

Book Reviews
Restoring natural areas in Australia - reviewed by Louise Brodie
Australia’s Biodiversity and Climate Change - reviewed by Paul Adam
Forest Pattern and Ecological Process: A synthesis of 25 years of research - reviewed by Roger Good

Information Resources and Useful Web Sites

Conferences and Workshops

 

Australasian Plant Conservation   Volume 18 Number 3   December 2009 – February 2010

From the Editor - Sue Mathams

ANPC Annual General Meeting, 27 November 2009: President’s report - Bob Makinson

Planning and implementing conservation networks in Sutherland Shire, New South Wales - Ian N. Drinnan

Gold Coast City Council’s vegetation community representation project, Queensland - David Francis and Nina Bishop

Establishing a resilient local government conservation reserve network on public land on the Gold Coast, Queensland - Liz Caddick and Jen Ford

Natural area planning in the Shire of Kalamunda, Western Australia - Giles Glasson and Karen Britza

A Local Government’s use of resilience based mapping in ecological restoration, Queensland - Melissa Coyle

Aerial mapping of two riparian vine weeds in Tweed Shire, New South Wales - Sally Jacka, Carla McKevitt and Tom Alletson

Local government involvement in Western Australia’s roadside vegetation management - Cressida Wilson

Defining and mapping an endangered ecological community within Lake Macquarie Local Government Area, New South Wales - Stephen Bell

Native landscaping in the Redlands, Queensland - Craig Doolan

A global tree conservation role for an International Arboretum in Canberra - Adam Burgess and Mark Richardson

Protecting the Western Australian Wheatbelt’s natural assets - Emma Wilson

Vegetation conservation programs in Hornsby Shire, New South Wales - Diane Campbell

Plant conservation in the Australian Capital Territory - Sharon Lane

Dealing with complexity: integrated natural resource management, local government and biodiversity conservation in the Perth region - Bruce Hamilton and Lindy Twycross

Why local government is a minor player in plant conservation in South Australia - Andrew Crompton

ANPC in the USA - Zoë Smith

Regular Features

Report from NZ Plant Conservation Network - Bec Stanley

Book Review: The Bizarre and Incredible World of Plants by Wolfgang Stuppy, Rob Kesseler & Madeline Harley, 2009 - reviewed by John Siemon

 

Australasian Plant Conservation   Volume 18 Number 2   September – November 2009

From the Editor - Rosemary Purdie

Guest Editorial: Botanic gardens as 21st Century enablers of plant diversity conservation for human welfare - Stephen D. Hopper

Botanic gardens and the conservation of Australian native plants: examples from Kings Park and Botanic Garden, Perth - Mark Webb

Plant conservation research at Adelaide Botanic Gardens: addressing threats to critically endangered species - Manfred Jusaitis and Phil Ainsley

Germination data sharing @ the Royal Tasmanian Botanical Gardens, Hobart - James Wood and Mark Fountain

Understanding species and landscapes: conservation research at the Royal Botanic Gardens Melbourne - Liz James

Ex-situ success: the role of the Australian National Botanic Gardens in native plant conservation - E. Kate Armstrong

Australian National Botanic Gardens: protecting alpine plants in the face of climate change - Roger Good, David Taylor, Sarah Feathers, Craig Cosgrove, Joe McAuliffe, Adrienne Nicotra, Kathryn Steadman and Gemma Hoyle

New generation botanic garden: Mount Annan - Caz McCallum

Conservation partnerships in the Red Centre: Olive Pink Botanic Gardens - Benjamin Convery

Eurobodalla Regional Botanic Gardens looking after Ziera adenophora, a south coast special - Jennifer Liney

Getting the message across at Mackay Regional Botanic Gardens: flora conservation through fauna interaction - Dale Arvidsson

Threatened species a vital element in Tondoon Botanic Gardens, Gladstone - Brent Braddick

The Council of Heads of Australia’s Botanic Gardens: working together now and for the future - Anne Duncan

Australian Plant Census: August 2009 update - Brendan Lepschi and Anna Munro

ANPC in the USA: directions in science and conservation at the Smithsonian Institution - Zoë Smith

Regular Features

Report from NZ Plant Conservation Network - Bec Stanley

Research Roundup

Information Resources and Useful Websites

ANPC Conferences and Workshops

Other Conferences and Workshops

 

Australasian Plant Conservation   Volume 18 Number 1   June – August 2009

From the Editor - Rosemary Purdie

A note from the President - Bob Makinson

It’s time to renew Landcare - Andrew Campbell

People, passion and place: connecting for conservation - Siwan Lovett

People, passion and place: Millie’s story - Millie Nicholls

People, passion and place: Biz’s story - Elizabeth (Biz) Nicolson

Habitat 141: evolution of the beast (Abstract) - Ron Dodds

Habitat 141: a people project - Andrew Bradey

Protecting Swamp Sheoke - Adam Blake

Conservation covenants: why bother? - Rosalind Bradey

How can ecosystem function be placed at the heart of regional biodiversity conservation projects? - Paul Foreman

Minding our own biodiversity: protect and produce - Lanie Pearce

A ‘bottom up’ approach to landscape restoration - Elizabeth (Beth) Mellick, Julia Brown and Marie Jones

The role of markets in conservation (Abstract) - Ken Moore

Growing private land biodiversity in Victoria (Abstract) - James Todd

Victoria’s Plains Tender: a farmer’s experience - Neville Oddie

National environmental law (EPBC Act): responsibility and opportunity - Ross Rowe

Glenelg Hopkins Catchment Management Authority - Lilian Parker

Does Queensland do it better? Three nature refuges in Central Queensland - Ian and Cathy Herbert

Field trip visit to the Grassy Groundcover Research Project’s site at Moyston - Paul Gibson-Roy

Regular Features

Report from NZ Plant Conservation Network - Bec Stanley

Research Roundup

Book Review: Australian Saltmarsh Ecology by Neil Saintilan (Editor), 2009 - reviewed by Linda Dalgliesh

Information Resources and Useful Websites

Conferences and Workshops

 

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Australasian Plant Conservation   Volume 17 Number 4   March – May 2009

Guest Editorial - Phillip Ainsley

A note from the President - Bob Makinson

Building on AusCaR: towards an Australian Native Seed Bank partnership - Tom North

Florabank’s potential role in plant conservation (pending) - Penny Atkinson

Storage of terrestrial orchid seed and symbionts for ex situ conservation - John Siemon, Cathy Offord and Karen Summerville

Seed longevity in Australian species: a collaborative study through the AuSCaR (Australian Seed Conservation and Research) network - Amelia Martyn

The role of seed orchards in plant conservation - Anne Cochrane and Sarah Barrett

Biotechnology and plant conservation in Australia: tissue culture and cryogenic research for ex situ conservation and restoration of endangered plants - Eric Bunn and Shane Turner

The road to recovery: the contribution of seed conservation and reintroduction to species recovery in Western Australia - Andrew Crawford and Leonie Monks

Black Gum, a nationally threatened tree of upland New South Wales and Victoria - Steve Douglas

A new population of Minyon Quandong (Elaeocarpus sedentarius) from northern New South Wales - Lui Weber

Is fencing enough to conserve Western Australia’s wheatbelt woodlands? - Rachel Standish, Suzanne Prober, Chris Curnow and Jeff Richardson

Endangered plant discovered by seven year old boy - Doug Beckers

Regular Features

Research Roundup

Information Resources and Useful Websites

ANPC Forum

Conferences and Workshops

 

Australasian Plant Conservation   Volume 17 Number 3   December 2008 – February 2009

From the Editor - Rosemary Purdie

ANPC AGM, 28 November 2008: President’s report - Bob Makinson

Adaptive management - Tony Auld

Had I mixed those damned vials of smoke correctly… - Paul Gibson-Roy

Experimental approaches in threatened plant translocations: how failures can lead to success (permission pending) - Leonie Monks

Biodiversity and ecologically sensitive grazing: collected extracts from ‘Biodiversity in the paddock: a land managers guide’ - Compilied by Michael Vyse

Down by the riverside: lessons to be learned from low success in revegetating a riparian corridor - Ashley Bland

Interview: a bush regenerator’s perspective - Adam Birnbaum

Species profile and monitoring of Dampiera fusca - Steve Douglas

Direct and indirect impact of fire on the endangered plant Epacris hamiltonii at Neates Glen, Blue Mountains - Jan Allen and Margaret Turton

Plant conservation on a remote oceanic island: the case of Norfolk Island - Kevin Mills

Lagoons with islands, Tasmanian Highlands - Carolyn J. Maxwell and Pater A. Tyler

Regular Features

Report from NZ Plant Conservation Network - Bec Stanley

Research Roundup

Book Review: FRUIT - Edible, Inedible, Incredible, by Wolfgang Stuppy and Rob Kesseler, 2008 - reviewed by Roger Good,

Information Resources and Useful Websites

 

Australasian Plant Conservation   Volume 17 Number 2   August - September 2008

From the Editor - Rosemary Purdie

A directory of conservation-status listing processes for threatened Australian plant species and ecological communities - R.O. (Bob) Makinson

- Queensland

- Victoria

- Western Australia

   - New South Wales

   - Tasmania

   - Northern Territory

   - Australian Capital Territory

   - South Australia

   - Commonwealth

Native vegetation conservation in the Australian Capital Territory: death by a thousand cuts - Catherine Potter

Threatened flora and 'the law' in South Australia: more issues than tissues - Tim Jury

Community support for threatened plants in Tasmania - Philip Collier & Jenny Calder

Threatened species information systems in Tasmania - Wendy Potts

Natural Temperate Grassland of the Victorian Volcanic Plain: a nationally threatened ecological community - John Vranjic

Regular Features

Report from NZ Plant Conservation Network - Bec Stanley

Book Review: Native plants of the NW slopes of NSW traprock country by Lyn Lacey, 2nd edn 2008 - review by Bill McDonald

 

Australasian Plant Conservation   Volume 17 Number 1   June - July 2008

From the Editor

Abstracts of papers presented at the ANPC 7th National Conference, Mulgoa: Our declining flora - tackling the threats (second batch)

Managing Watsonia invasion in the threatened plant communities of south-west Australia's clay-based wetlands - K. Brown, G. Paczkowska, B. Huston & N. Withnell

Community-based monitoring: exploring the involvement of Friends Groups in a terrestrial park management context - Ben Cooke

Revegetation: the role of quality small sites - Andrew Crompton

Flowering and seed production in the endangered Spiny Daisy - Manfred Jusaitis

A toolkit for conservation on private land: winning hearts and minds - Chris Curnow, Mike Griffiths, Helena Mills, Kate Sawyer & Phil Lewis

Eucalypt woodland management and restoration in Western Australia - Rachel Standish

'Kurrajong Gardens', a grassy box woodland rural residence near Canberra - Ian Anderson

Kangaroo Grass: a keystone species for restoring weed-invaded temperate grassy woodlands - Suzanne Prober & Ian Lunt

The conservation value and reservation status of the Snow Gum, Black Sallee, Candlebark and Ribbon Gum Grassy Woodlands of south-eastern NSW - James Crooks, Rainer Rehwinkel, Allison Treweek & Greg Baines

Translocation of a threatened orchid species - Geoff Nevill

The Cape York 'Rare and Threatened Plants Project' - Daniel Collins

Development of conservation technologies for Australia's rainforest and tropical native fruits - Kim Hamilton & Sarah Ashmore

WA Workshops report: 'After the Fence' - Helena Mills

Regular Features

Report from NZ Plant Conservation Network - Bec Stanley

Research Roundup

Information Resources and Useful Websites

Conferences and Workshops

 

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Australasian Plant Conservation   Volume 16 Number 4   March - May 2008

From the President - Bob Makinson

ANPC AGM, 30 November 2007: President's report - Judy West

Abstracts of papers presented at the ANPC 7th National Conference, Mulgoa: Our declining flora - tackling the threats

The Penrith Lakes Natural Heritage and Biodiversity Conservation Master Plan: re-instating Cumberland Plain endangered ecological communities - Sandy Booth, Jocelyn Powell, Howard Wildman, Jane Aiken, Justin Russell

How will warming temperatures affect recruitment of southern Western Australian narrow range mountain endemics? - Anne Cochrane, MI Daws

Threats facing coastal saltmarsh in urban areas - Jeff Kelleway, Robert J Williams

African Olive invasion - a landscape scale conservation threat - Peter Cuneo

Reconstructing complex grassland on agricultural sites by direct seeding: learnings from a 3 year, field-scale, experimental study - Paul Gibson Roy

Challenges for native grassland conservation on Victoria's Northern Plains - Deanna Marshall, James A Fitzsimmons

Eucalypt dieback: an increasing threat in rural landscapes? - Chris Nadolny

A wetland rehabilitation prioritisation technique developed for the Sydney Metropolitan CMA - Liza Schaeper

Scales of adaptive diversity reflect complex ecological processes: seed sourcing options for Austrodanthonia seed - Cathy Waters

Workshop report: Identifying plants in the drizzle at Mulligan's Flat - Sally Stephens

Regular Features

Report from NZ Plant Conservation Network

Research Roundup

Conferences and Workshops

 

Australasian Plant Conservation   Volume 16 Number 3   December 2007 - February 2008

Introducing 'Conservation and management of Buttongrass moorland' - Jayne Balmer

Buttongrass moorland in Tasmania - what and where? - Sib Corbett, Jayne Balmer

Carnivores in Fairies' Clothing - Janet Fenton

Is global environmental change the end game for prehistoric vegetation legacies? - David MJS Bowman

The relative importance of 'fine scale fuel mosaics' in reducing fire risk in southwest Tasmania - Karen J King

Conservation seed collections from plants in moorlands - James Wood, Micah Visoiu

The conservation value and reservation status of the Tasmanian Buttongrass moorland vascular plant flora  - Naomi Lawrence, Jayne Balmer, David Storey, Jennie Whinam

Fire and Sphagnum in Tasmania - Jennie Whinam

How do bryophytes respond to fire in Buttongrass moorland? - Mikayla Jones

Lichens: an overlooked Lilliput in Tasmania's Buttongrass moorlands - Gintaras Kantvilas

Buttongrass moorland fauna - Michael Driessen

The role of burrowing crayfish in Tasmanian sedgelands - Alastair MM Richardson, Niall E Doran

The diversity of soil mites in Tasmanian Buttongrass moorland in relation to vegetation age - David Green

The distinctive limnological character of southwest Tasmania - Peter Tyler

Death on the moor: the impact of Phytophthora cinnamomi - Tim Rudman, Jayne Balmer

Impacts and management of recreational walking on Buttongrass moorland - Grant Dixon

Report on the Second Workshop on the Reintroduction (repatriation) of Threatened Plant Species, Volgograd, Russia - Fiona Coates

Regular Features

Report from NZ Plant Conservation Network - Bec Stanley

Research Roundup

ANPC Conference and Workshop

Conferences and Workshops

 

Australasian Plant Conservation   Volume 16 Number 2    September - November 2007

President's Report: community action for plant conservation - Judy West

Power to the people - motivated land managers achieving long-term conservation - Rebecca Hall, Rebecca Bradley

The Yarriambiack Vegetation Enhancement Project - Rae Talbot

Volunteers provide impetus for weed program on Lord Howe Island - Ian Hutton

Wildcare Threatened Plant Action Group: raising the profile of Tasmania's threatened plants - Catriona Scott

Community working to save the threatened plants of Wongan-Ballidu - Sonia Thomas

Protecting swamp communities in the Blue Mountains - Anne Carey

Revegetation of the Boboyan Pine Plantation, Gudgenby Valley ACT - Hazel Ruth, Clive Hurlstone

Shoalhaven Volunteer Community Nursery - Kerry Thomson

Castlemaine Field Naturalists Club contributes to Central Victorian cemetery surveys - Ern Perkins, Lesley Perkins, Deanna Marshall

Practical voluntary orchid conservation in Victoria - Andrew Dilley

A librarian with a green thumb, enthusiastic kids and an intriguing rare plant - Deanna Marshall

Habitat recovery of the threatened species Moonee Quassia - Sally Mathews, Justin Couper

Regular Features

Report from NZ Plant Conservation Network

Research Roundup

Information Resources and Useful Websites

ANPC Conference and Workshop

Conferences and Workshops

 

Australasian Plant Conservation   Volume 16 Number 1   June - August 2007

President's Report: taxonomy and plant conservation - Judy West

Why taxonomy? Out of chaos, order! - Sally Stephens

From the Editor: taxonomy and plant conservation in this issue of APC - Tom May

Taxonomic status of Diuris fragrantissima, a threatened terrestrial orchid - Zoe F Smith, Elizabeth A James, Cassandra B McLean

What is an orchid species? Ask the pollinators! - Colin Bower

Taxonomy of Dianella and implications for conservation - Geoff W Carr

Dealing with taxonomic uncertainty in Weeping Myall from the Hunter catchment - Stephen Bell, Travis Peake, Colin Driscoll

Dynamics of plant invasions in grasslands: trust your taxonomists - Brendan Lepschi, Bob Godfree

What of the ecologist within? Red lists, red herrings and the taxonomic impediment - Mark Mattson

The Australian Plant Census: the other APC - Anna Monro, Brendan Lepschi, Murray Fagg

The Katherine Sorghum - a big grass with a very small distribution - Matt Daniel

Successful augmentation of an Acacia whibleyana population by translocation - Manfred Jusaitis, Birgitte Sorensen

Florabank - information on Australian native seed - Penny Atkinson

Regular Features

Report from NZ Plant Conservation Network

Research Roundup

Information Resources and Useful Websites

ANPC Conference and Workshop

Conferences and Workshops

 

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Australasian Plant Conservation   Volume 15  Number 4    March - May 2007

From the Editor: introducing 'What lies beneath?' - Tom May

From rainforest remnants to cryptic soil biota - Sally Stephens

Abstracts of papers presented to the ANPC National Forum

Linking the above-ground to the below ground - Andrew W Claridge

Ectomycorrhizal fungi - vital components of Australia's biodiversity - Neale L Bougher

Are diverse mammal communities important for maintaining ecosystem health - Karl Vernes

Soil and litter invertebrates, Acacia and plant growth in revegetated systems - Mark Bourne, Saul Cunningham, Adrienne Nicotra, Matt Colloff

Translocation of Leafy Greenhood Pterostylis cucullata - Russell Mawson

Environment (and agriculture) the big loser in closure of CRCs - Rachel McFadyen, Jenny Barker

Regular Features

Report from NZ Plant Conservation Network - Bec Stanley

Book and DVD Review

Research Roundup

Information Resources and Useful Websites

Conferences and Workshops

 

Australasian Plant Conservation   Volume 15  Number 3   December 2006 - February 2007

From the Editor: introducing 'Grasslands and Grassy Ecosystems' - Tom May

Wild about workshops - Sally Stephens

Victorian Basalt Plains grasslands - an overview - Paul Gibson Roy, John Delpratt

VVP PlainsTender - grassy ecosystem conservation on the Victorian Volcanic Plains - Anne Buchan

Keeping your options open - optimal fire frequencies in Themeda-Poa ecosystems - Suzanne Prober, Ian Lunt, Kevin Thiele

Grassland restoration in the south east of South Australia  - Bryan Haywood, Kay Richardson, Ross Anderson

The Victorian Northern Plains Conservation Management Network - Darren Bain, Deanna Marshall

Conserving Natural Temperate Grasslands in the Southern Tablelands - Greg Baines

Conservation of Monaro Golden Daisy habitat - David Eddy, Geoff Robertson

Response of the endangered grassland plant Acanthocladium dockeri to fire - Manfred Jusaitis

Local adaptation and outbreeding depression: are we being overly conservative? - Melinda Pickup

Viability testing of Victorian Western Plains grasses - Marjorie Hall, John Delpratt, Paul Gibson Roy

Storing tubers of Milkmaids (Burchardia umbellata) - Jenny Bear, John Delpratt

Friends of Grasslands - supporting grassy ecosystems - Kim Pullen, Geoff Robertson

Volunteers: the nation depends on you - Geoff Robertson

Regular Features

Report from New Zealand Plant Conservation Network - Bec Stanley

Research Roundup

Information Resources and Useful Websites

ANPC Workshops and Forum

Conferences and Workshops

 

Australasian Plant Conservation   Volume 15  Number 2    September - November 2006

From the Editor: introducing 'Conserving Symbioses' - Tom May

Role of symbiotic relationships in Australian terrestrial orchid conservation - Mark C Brundrett

Endophytic fungi associated with Australian orchids - John D W Dearnaley, Andrew F Le Brocque

Mycorrhizal fungi of Prasophyllum - Emily McQualter, Rob Cross, Cassandra B McLean, Pauline Y Ladiges

Royal Botanic Gardens Melbourne contributes to Victorian orchid conservation - Magali Wright, Richard Thomson, Zoe Smith, Emily McQualter, Rob Cross

Below-ground thinking: a review of the 5th International Conference on Mycorrhiza - Zoe F Smith

Fungi in agricultural landscapes: implications for eucalypt woodland revegetation - Jacqui Stol, James M Trappe

Small mammals as seed dispersers - Anne Cochrane, Tony Friend, Stephanie Hill

FloraBank lives again - Kimberlie Rawlings, David Carr

The Auckland Botanic Gardens Threatened Native Plant Garden - Steve Benham

Regular Features

Report from New Zealand Plant Conservation Network - Bec Stanley

Book Review

Research Roundup

Information Resources and Useful Websites

ANPC Workshops

Conferences and Workshops

 

Australasian Plant Conservation   Volume 15  Number 1   June - August 2006

President's report - Judy West

Seed resources for temperate native grassland restoration - Paul Gibson Roy, John Delpratt

Seed production areas in the NSW Murray Catchment - Tom North, Martin Driver

Seed management for large-scale land restoration - Esther Cromer, Melanie Norman

Seed viability in serotinous species of the Sydney region - Leahwyn Seed, Amelia J Martyn, Catherine A Offord

Can we learn more from fewer seeds? - Gemma L Hoyle, Matthew I Daws

Seeds and the survival of the Southern Shepherd's Purse - Terri Williams

A seedbank for threatened species - Anne Cochrane

News from Australian Partners - Millennium Seed Bank Coordinator - Tom North

Seeds for Survival - Ben Cavuoto

Follow up to biodiversity conservation on church-owned land - Steve Douglas

Regular Features

Report from New Zealand Plant Conservation Network - Bec Stanley

Book Reviews

Research Roundup

Information resources and useful websites

ANPC Workshops

Conferences and Workshops

 

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Australasian Plant Conservation   Volume 14  Number 4   March - May 2006

President's report - Judy West

Fire season and intensity: implications for plant conservation - Peter Clarke, Kirsten Knox, Paul Williams

Burning for biodiversity in the Top End - Alan Andersen, Kate Parr, Barbie McKaige, Samantha Setterfield

Burning for biodiversity: investigating fine grain fire mosaics in south-west Australia - Neil Burrows

Meandering in the mountains - Kate Hammill, Ross Bradstock

The Hotspots Fire Project - Nicole Conroy, Penny Watson, Waminda Parker, Julie Hinchcliffe

Effects of fire on vegetation in Cumberland Plain Woodland - Penny Watson, E Charles Morris

Conservation management options for native grasslands, Victoria - Nathan Wong, Eris O'Brien, John Morgan, Jodi Price

Burning the fringe: managing fire in suburban vegetation remnant - Terry Coates

Varying fire regimes to promote fungal diversity across the landscape - Richard M Robinson

Can the Port Jackson Fig tolerate fire? - Stuart Cameron

Rehabilitation of mountain beech forest after fire - Nick Ledgard, Marray Davis

Ecological burning for recovery of the threatened Spiny Rice-flower - Ben Thomas

Observations of fire response for the rare plant Haloragis exalata - Jackie Miles, Stuart Cameron

Fire, forest health and biodiversity - Vic Jurskis

Fire in the natural environment - Beth Schultz

Redlands IndigiScapes Centre - a Regional Botanic Garden - Rosalie Eustace

Regular Features

Research Roundup

Information Resources and Useful Websites

ANPC Workshops

Conferences and Workshops

 

Australasian Plant Conservation   Volume 14  Number 3   December 2005 - February 2006

President's report - Judy West

Conservation of endangered grasslands in the Brigalow Belt - Don W Butler

Grassy Box Woodland Conservation Management Network - Toni McLeish

Developing a recovery program for Kurri Sand Swamp Woodland - Tricia Hogbin

Listing Ecological Communities - the Australian Government's approach - Helena Mills

Vine thicket communities of the Brigalow Belt Bioregion, Queensland - W J F (Bill) McDonald

The status of regrowth and reconstructed ecological communities - Lee Andersen

Evaluating vascular epiphyte abundance and distribution patterns in critically endangered rainforest - Jason Cummings

Creation of plant habitat by desert mammals - David J Eldridge

'Presumed Extinct' species rediscovered! - Sarah Kelly

Protecting a coastal icon: controlling Pandanus dieback, NSW - Lisa Walker, Lisa Wellman

Collaborative biodiversity conservation on church-owned land - Steve Douglas

Public consultation and the listing of threatened ecological communities - Helena Mills

Report from the New Zealand Plant Conservation Network - Bec Stanley

Vale David Given - Bob Makinson, Jeanette Mill

Regular Features

Resource Kit Review: Grassy Ecosystem Management Kit

Research Roundup

Information Resources and Useful Websites

ANPC Conferences

Conferences and Workshops

 

Australasian Plant Conservation   Volume 14  Number 2    September - November 2005

Sharing experiences and expertise: ANPC contributes to a workshop on plant translocation in Pune (India) - Maurizio Rossetto

ANPC rehabilitation workshops in regional NSW - 2005 - Sally Stephens

Towards a Landscape Conservation Culture: anticipating change in the Tingle Mosaic, southwestern Australia - Grant Wardell-Johnson, David Pullar, Kimberly Van Neil, Neil Burrows

The Grassy Groundcover Research Project - Paul Gibson Roy

The role of revegetation in landscape conservation - Ross Oke, Kate Smith, Ben Moulton

Plant conservation in an urban area - Biodiversity work in the City of Burnside - Andrew Crompton

Bushcare beyond Bradley: A case study for weed control in urban habitats - Kate Smith

Achieving threatened species conservation in conjunction with urban development - Kellie Honczar

Municipalscale conservation of plant species around Melbourne - Graeme S Lorimer

"Live local... plant local." The case for regional native botanic gardens - Chris Hall

Carnivorous plants in the Perth region - biology and challenges - John G Conran, Allen Lowrie

City slickers: Auckland's urban threatened plants - Rebecca Stanley

Communities for Communities - a new newsletter

Sustainable Landscapes: the big challenge and the many opportunities for plant conservation - Sheryn Pitman

Regular Features

President's Report - Judy West

Research Roundup

Information Resources and Useful Websites

Conferences and Workshops

 

Australasian Plant Conservation   Volume 14  Number 1   June - August 2005

Forgotten flora remembered - Tom May

Using native fungi for conserving and restoring biodiverse vegetation in the Australian wheatbelt - Neale L Bougher

Surveys of fungi in South Australia - Pam Catcheside, David Catcheside

Fungi in conservation and management at the catchment and bioregion level - Katrina Syme, Tom May

Fungi conservation in Italy: a case study from Tuscany and Sicily - Claudia Perini, Giuseppe Venturella

Longterm prospects for conservation of Cladia ferdinandii in the Aldinga Scrub Conservation Park, South Australia - John A Elix

Progress and problems in the conservation of Tasmanian lichens - Gintaras Kantvilas

Variation in Cool Temperate Rainforest lichens of Victoria: implications for conservation - Sharon F Morley, Maria Gibson

Rare and endangered liverworts: A new area of conservation in New Zealand - M J von Konrat, D S Glenny, P J de Lange, J E Braggins, M A M Renner

Bryophyte reproductive ecology and conservation - Maria Gibson

Managing bryophyte diversity on limestone karst systems - Alison Downing, Ron Oldfield

Biological soil crusts: nature's environmental watchdogs - David Eldridge

Cyanobacteria: life in environments under stress - Wendy J Williams, Stephen Skinner

Regular Features

President's Report - Judy West

Resource Kit Review

Research roundup

Information Resources and Useful Websites

ANPC Workshops

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Australasian Plant Conservation   Volume 13  Number 4    March - May 2005

The biology of Phytophthora cinnamomi - Brett Summerell, Ratiya Pongpisutta, Christopher Howard

National best practice and risk assessment for the management of Phytophthora cinnamomi in natural ecosystems - Emer O'Gara, Barbara Wilson, Kay Howard, Giles Hardy

Phytophthora cinnamomi in eastern Australia - Keith L McDougall

Control of Phytophthora cinnamomi with phosphite - Bill Dunstan, Giles Hardy

Guns, germs and fill: The role of the Harbour Trust in addressing harbour foreshore dieback - Peter Jensen

A thief of time: Phytophthora cinnamomi and threatened flora - Brett Shearer, Colin Crane, Anne Cochrane

Conservation of flora and plant communities threatened by Phytophthora dieback in southern Western Australia - Sarah Barrett

Managing Phytophthora cinnamomi on a rare ironstone multitranslocation site in Western Australia - Bob Dixon

Looking after the bad guys: the conservation of pathogenic fungi - Tom May

Phytophthora ramorum: a threat to Australia? - Emer O'Gara, Daniel Hüberli, Giles Hardy

New records for the endangered Hibbertiaprocumbens from the Central Coast of NSW - Stephen Bell, Colin Driscoll

Managing low genetic diversity in Acanthocladium dockeri - Manfred Jusaitus, Mark Adams

Saving the Ridged Water-milfoil - Miles Geldard

Regular Features

President's Report - Judy West

Short notes

Research roundup

Freebies

Conferences and workshops

ANPC Workshops

 

Australasian Plant Conservation   Volume 13  Number 3   December 2004 - February 2005

What's on for wetlands in 2005? - Alison Beard

Workshop marathon in south east Queensland - Sally Stephens

Restoring plant diversity in upland swamps of the Mount Lofty Ranges - Tim Jury, Tom Hands

Revive Our Wetlands: a national practical wetland conservation program - Libby McIntyre

Towards the protection and management of hanging swamps on Somersby Plateau, Central Coast, NSW - Stephen Bell, Jason Parsons, Robin Meldrum

Wastelands to wetlands: saltmarsh conservation at Sydney Olympic Park - Susan Kay

Constructed wetlands: untapped potential for plant conservation - Narelle Ashford, Janice Horsfield

Sustainable grazing and samphire wetlands - Jim Tesoriero, Adrienne Frears

Desert wetlands you must be joking? - Angus Duguid

Two wetlands in the Gulf region: not listed, but not forgotten - Ian Fox, Gary Wilson

Protecting NSW Coastal Lowland Forest: the Central Coast Community Environment Network - Robin Meldrum

A coordinated approach to wetland management on the Eyre Peninsula, SA - Tansy Boggon

Wet and wild: The National Wetland Trust, New Zealand - Gordon Stephenson

Communityled conservation in New Zealand gets organised! - Mike Peters

The impact of climate change on alpine peatlands in the Bogong High Plains, Victoria - Andrea White

Tasmania's native riparian vegetation - Elizabeth Daley

"Phoenix flora": a post fire discovery in the ACT - Steve Douglas

The 3rd lUCN World Conservation Congress - John Benson

Regular Features

President's Report - Judy West

Update from the New Zealand Plant Conservation Network

Research roundup

Publications and information resources

Freebies

Conferences and workshops

 

Australasian Plant Conservation   Volume 13  Number 2    September - November 2004

Salinity and plant diversity: The role of ex situ conservation - Anne Cochrane

A Sweet Recipe for Understorey Restoration in Grassy Woodlands - Suzanne Prober, Kevin Thiele, Ian Lunt

Australian Discovery Heralds New Understanding of Seed Dormancy - Kingsley Dixon

The Draft Bitou Bush Threat Abatement Plan - Paul O Downey

Place of Plenty: the Arakwal ethnobotanical study - Norman Graham

Ned's Corner Treasure Chest - Neil R Marriott

New Community Project to Conserve Pimelea spicata in Western Sydney - Alison Colyer

Plant Conservation News from Indonesia - Frank Zich

Regular Features

President's Report - Judy West

Research roundup

Publications and information resources

Freebies

ANPC Workshops

Conferences and workshops

 

Australasian Plant Conservation   Volume  13  Number 1   June - August 2004

Australian Research Centre for Urban Ecology research projects - Mark J McDonnell, Nicholas S Williams

The management and restoration of urban and suburban natural areas - Mark J McDonnell

Hiding in a remnant patch of bush near you - Tony D Auld, Judith Scott

Greenweb in the Sutherland Shire, Sydney - Geoff Doret

Native plants in traffic islands and road reservations in New Zealand - John Sawyer

City of Greater Geelong: protecting local biodiversity - Terri Rodaughan

Conserving threatened ecological communities in the Perth area - Robyn Luu

Conservation of life through death the natural way - Sheryn Da-Re, Deborah McBurnie, Melissa Taylor

Conservation on the front line restoring habitat for the Leafy Greenhood - Karina Mercer, Annie Bond

The Corrigin grevillea (Grevillea scapigera): an update  - Bob Dixon

An urban conservation dilemma: Blue Gum High Forest - Lesley White

Urban ecology progress in Christchurch: the garden city - David R Given

Regular Features

President's Report - Judy West

Update from the New Zealand Plant Conservation Network - John Sawyer

Book Review

Research roundup

Publications and information resources

Electronic addresses

Conferences and workshops

 

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Australasian Plant Conservation   Volume 12  Number 4    March - May 2004

Rehabilitating fire-damaged wetlands in the Snowy Mountains - Roger Good

Monitoring rehabilitation of a Sphagnum bog in the Snowy Mountains - Jane Burkitt

Use of nitrogen-fixing bacteria in revegetation programs - Peter H Thrall

SeedQuest NSW: a partnership for conservation - Cathy Offord, Peter Cuneo

Eliza's changing face: a restoration challenge in WA - Lesley Hammersley, Peter Moonie, Bob Dixon

Rehabilitating the TransGrid transmission lines in the Snowy and Brindabella Ranges - Stuart Johnston, Roger Good

ANPC workshop on the translocation of threatened plants

Seeds of the future - Paul Scannell

Regular Features

President's report - Judy West

Update from the New Zealand Plant Conservation Network - John Sawyer

Research roundup

Publications & information resources

Electronic addresses

Conferences & workshops, courses & fieldwork

Regional groups

 

Australasian Plant Conservation   Volume 12  Number 3   December 2003

President's report - Judy West

The Southeast Queensland Fire and Biodiversity Consortium - Penny Watson, Cuong Tran, Paul Donatiu

Room for discovery: Do we know enough about Australia's gypsophiles? - Marion O'Keefe

A remnant woodland project in the Narranderra Range - Rosie Smith, Graham Strong

Plants, People and Planning - Gudrun Wells, Andrew Young

The Jenifier Lewis Herbarium - Gordon E Limburg

Orchid Conservation: a highlight of celebration in Melbourne - Elizabeth James

Consequences of Habitat Fragmentation Workshop - Maurizio Rossetto

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Australasian Plant Conservation   Volume 12  Number 2    September 2003

Jeanette Mill: thanks, and bon voyage!

What's in a name? - Lyn Meredith

New Zealand Plant Conservation Network officially launched - John Sawyer

Rehabilitating threatened alpine communities in northeast Victoria after the 2003 fire - Elizabeth MacPhee

Big picture, local assessment - Paul Donatiu, Toni Tyson-Doneley

Threatened ecological communities - Rosemary Purdie

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Australasian Plant Conservation   Volume 12  Number 1   June 2003

Report on the 5th ANPC Conference - Paul Gibson Roy

Taking forward the Global Strategy for Plant Conservation in Australia - Recommendations from the ANPC 5th National Conference

Mysteries of the Megalong Valley - Steve Douglas

The Search Continues: Threatened Plants of Cape York - Liz Poon

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National Coordinator's Report

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Australasian Plant Conservation   Volume 11  Number 4    March 2003

A New Look Danthonia

Overviews and Recommendations for Future Research Priorities on Native Seed Dormancy and Germination of Australian Plants - Carol C Baskin, Jerry M Baskin

ANPC Landscape Rehabilitation: Approaches and Techniques Training Course Reviews - Susan Kay, Emilie-Jane Ens

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Danthonia    Volume 11  Number 3   December 2002

Implementing the Global Strategy for Plant Conservation - Kingsley Dixon

To Translocate, or not to Translocate? That is the Question - Tricia Hogbin

Listing of the Christmas Island Spleenwort - Jeff Claussen

Rulingia procumbens Survey in Central-West NSW - Darren Shelly, Steve Lewer

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National Coordinator's Report

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Danthonia    Volume 11  Number 2    September 2002

Assessing Translocation Success - Leonie Monks

Geelong's 21st Century Garden - John Arnott

Sex Outside the City: Habitat Fragmentation and Rare Plants - A J Franks, C J Yates, R J Hobbs

Vouchering - Essential to Best-Practice Restoration Ecology - Darren Crayn

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Danthonia    Volume 11  Number 1   June 2002

Ecotourism on Lord Howe Island - Ian Hutton

Observations of the Large Climbing Orchid - Stephanie Lymburner

National Coordinator's Report - Jeanette Mill

ANPC Workshop Reviews - Conservation of Ecological Communities, Mount Annan Botanic Garden, 30 April 2002 - Tricia Hogbin

ANPC Workshop Reviews - Demystifying Threatened Plant Conservation, Wollongong Botanic Garden, 16-17th April 2002 - Claire deLacy

The Global Plant Conservation Strategy - David R Given

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Danthonia    Volume 10  Number 4    March 2002

Threatened Native Plant Garden opens in Auckland - Steve Benham, Brent Torrens

The Ginninderra Peppercress A Unique Canberran - Marjo Rauhala

National Coordinator's Report - Jeanette Mill

Australia's Virtual Herbarium (AVH) - Judy West

ANPC Lismore Plant Conservation Techniques Course - Terry Coates, Sally Dillon, Robin Stranger

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Danthonia    Volume 10  Number 3   December 2001

A Mushrooming Interest: The 2001 Fungimap Conference - Pam Catcheside

National Coordinator's Report - Jeanette Mill

The New Centre for Plant Conservation at RBG Sydney - Bob Makinson

Steps Towards a Global Strategy for Plant Conservation - David R Given

ANPC's First Sponsor Member: The Australian Institute of Horticulture - Steve Corbett

Society for Conservation Biology Goes International - David R Given

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Danthonia    Volume 10  Number 2    September 2001

Translocation of Grevillea scapigera: is it working? - Bob Dixon, Siegy Krauss

National Coordinator's report - Jeanette Mill

Bringing back the bush to Western Sydney - Kevin Wade

New directions in seed conservation of the world's flora - David Merritt, Kingsley Dixon

The Roxby Downs Arboretum - John Zwar

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Danthonia    Volume 10  Number 1   June 2001

Prostantheras in Peril - Chris Lacey

Revegetating the Braidwood Granites - Rebecca Cole

Sweet Pittosporum not so sweet - Trudi L Mullett

The ANPC Review - Jeanette Mill

Lost and found Drummond's grass and Cranbrook pea - Sarah Barrett

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Danthonia    Volume 9  Number 4    March 2001

Gondwanan tree discovered in the Nightcap Range - Dianne Brown

A Decade of Achievement for the ANPC - Kingsley Dixon

Nationwide Oedogonium algal survey - Stephen Skinner

Ten Years On: A Floral Tribute - David Given

New Director for Australian National Botanic Gardens - Robin Neilsen

Illawarra & South Coast Regional Group Launch

Ten Years of the ANPC: A retrospective in pictures and words - Jeanette Mill

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Danthonia    Volume 9  Number 3   December 2000

Global Action to Conserve Bryophytes

National Coordinator's report - Jeanette Mill

New Wollemi Pine Site Found - Julie Ravallion

The World Conservation Congress Amman

Translocation Trials for Four Threatened Western Australian Plant Taxa - Anne Cochrane, Leonie Monks, Sophie Juszkiewicz

Native Plant Conservation and the ANBG: 30 years on - John Hicks

Research into the Establishment of Native Flora at the Centre for Mined Land Rehabilitation, The University of Queensland - Sean Bellairs, David Mulligan, Fiona Bartier

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Danthonia   Volume 9 Number 2   September 2000

Conserving Threatened Plants and Communities in Victoria: The Protected Area Network - Paul Foreman

National Coordinator's report - Jeanette Mill

New Commonwealth Legislation: The Environment Protection and Biodiversity Conservation Act - Fiona Hall

Understanding Rarity in a Unique Wattle (Acacia lobulata) in South-western Australia -  Marcelle Buist, Margaret Byrne, Colin Yates

Ecological Restoration in Arid Lands: The Arid Recovery Project - Katherine Moseby

International Happenings in Plant Conservation - David R Given

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Danthonia   Volume 9  Number 1   June 2000

Threatened Plant Conservation in Cape York Forges Ahead - John Clarkson

National Coordinator's report - Jeanette Mill

Good News for an Endangered Persoonia Species - Chris Lacey

Conserving Coix gasteenii, A Rare Grass from Cape York Peninsula - Ian Fox

Buffel Grass (Cenchrus ciliaris) Control in Central Australia - Brenda Pitts, David Albrecht

Global Plant Diversity - Time to move - David R Given

Rust on Eucalypts: A cautionary note regarding imported seed - L C Bell

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Danthonia   Volume 8  Number 4   March 2000

Mundulla Yellows: A growing concern  - David C Paton, Joanne Cutten

National Coordinator's Report - Jeanette Mill

Can the Market Deliver Nature Conservation: Nature's Choice in Tasmania - Sean Cadman

Can We Identify Surrogates of Bryophyte and Lichen Diversity? - Emma Pharo

Book Review: Flowers of the South Coast and Ranges of New South Wales II. A field guide. Review by Patricia Hogbin

Plant Names by the Million. The International Plant Names Index

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Danthonia   Volume 8  Number 3   December 1999

Promotion Practice and Partnerships: ANPC's Fourth National Conference - Jeanette Mill

ANBG Receives Gold Sponsor Award

Fostering Effective Partnerships: A government perspective on the ANPC conference - Sarah Burke, Chris Lacey

Fungimap Workshop at the ANPC National Conference: A volunteer's view - Pam Catcheside

Research and Practice: The vital link. A Scientist's View of the ANPC Conference - Siegy Krauss

The ANPC Conference: A community perspective - Sue Rose, Judy Frankenberg

Extinct Daisy Rediscovered in South Australia - Manfred Jusaitis,  Anthelia Bond

Weedbuster Week: Building public and industry support to tackle environmental weeds - Sharon Corey

Book Review: A Colour Atlas of Plant Propagation and Conservation. Review by Lyn Meredith

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Danthonia   Volume 7  Number 4   March 1999

Introducing the Vice President of ANPC Inc.

National Coordinator's Report

Acacia whibleyana and Brachycome muelleri: Conservation Biology Reports for Two Endangered Species from South Australia's Eyre Peninsula

A new International Agenda for Botanic Gardens in Conservation

Conservation in Hong Kong and the Plant Conservation Techniques Course from an International Perspective

The EA/LWRRDC National Research & Development Program on the Rehabilitation, Management and Conservation of Remnant Vegetation

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Danthonia   Volume 7  Number 1    June 1998

Plants and the IUCN Species Survival Commission

The 1997 IUCN Red List of Threatened Plants....

Black Hill Flora Recovery Team - Recent Progress

Measuring the Impact of Environmental Weeds on Biodiversity: a Study of Bridal Creeper and the Endangered Native, Pimelea spicata

Update on Hakea pulvinifera

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Danthonia   Volume 4  Number 3   December 1995

New Network in the Greater Brisbane Region
A Huon Pine Story
Farewell to ANPC
A Message
Newly Rediscovered Endangered Species
ANPC Second National Meeting Report and Resolutions
New Plant Network: Plantnet
Report on Roadside Management Workshop
Remnant Vegetation Workshop
Obituary
FOG Field Day
Species Profiles
Book Launch
Regional Groups
Sydney Region
Victorian Region
Subtropical Region
SENSW & ACT Region

 

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