New in the ANBG Library & Archive
last issue: March–May 2015
The Gardens’ Library is located on the first floor of the Botany Building at the ANBG, Clunies Ross Street, Black Mountain.
Opening hours are 9.30am to 4.30pm, Monday to Friday. Members of the public may use the library by appointment.
The bulletin contains a list of new material recently received in the library. These items together with recent issues of journals and magazines are on display in the ANBG Library for approximately three to four weeks. All registered library clients are welcome to use the library and photocopy display items or reserve items for loan.
Staff may request items from the bulletin by phone, fax or email.
Phone: (02) 6250 9480
Fax: (02) 6250 9432
BOOKS AND PAMPHLETS
Seeds: ecology, biogeography and evolution of dormancy and germination, 2nd edn
Carol C Baskin, Jerry M Baskin
Amsterdam : Elsevier, 2014
Land of sweeping plains: managing and restoring the native grasslands of south-eastern Australia
Nicholas S.G. Williams, Adrian Marshall and John W. Morgan (editors)
Clayton South, Vic. : CSIRO Publishing, 2015
A guide to common fungi of the Hunter-Central Rivers region
Skye Moore and Pam O’Sullivan
Paterson, NSW : Hunter-Central Rivers Catchment Management Authority, 2013
ANBG copy donated by Maree Elliott, May 2015.
The families and genera of vascular plants. XII. Flowering plants, Eudicots: Santales, Balanophorales
Job Kuijt, Bertel Hansen; edited by K. Kubitzki
Heidelberg : Springer, 2015
Ref 580.12 FAM
International code of nomenclature for algae, fungi and plants (Melbourne Code). Appendices II-VIII
J.H. Wiersema ... [et al.]
Konigstein : Koeltz, 2015 (Regnum vegetabile; 157)
Ref 580.14 INT
Plants: from roots to riches
Kathy Willis and Carolyn Fry
London : John Murray, 2014
Based on a BBC Radio 4 series, this book covers the development of botany through the resources of the Royal Botanic Gardens Kew.
King’s collectors for Kew: James Bowie and Allan Cunningham, Brazil 1814-1816
A.E. Orchard & T.A. Orchard
Weston Creek, ACT : The Authors, 2015
ANBG copy donated by Tony Orchard May 2015
The triumph of seeds: how grains, nuts, kernels, pulses & pips conquered the plant kingdom and shaped human history
New York : Basic Books, 2015
ANBG copy purchased with funds donated by the Friends of the Australian National Botanic Gardens 2015
Bulbophyllum of Borneo
Jaap Vermuelen, Peter O’Byrne and Anthony Lamb
Kota Kinabalu : Natural History Publications (Borneo), 2015
Orchids of the Hunter region
Woodberry , NSW : The Author, 2015
Orchid pollinators of Victoria, 3rd edn
Rudie H Kuiter
Seaford, Vic. : Aquatic Photographics, 2015
A guide to cockroaches of Australia
Collingwood, Vic. : CSIRO Publishing, 2014
Leaves from Gerard’s herbal: arranged for garden lovers
New York : Dover Publications, 1969
ANBG copy donated by Cornelia Buchen-Osmond and Barry Osmond, May 2015
The manual of plant grafting: practical techniques for ornamentals, vegetables and fruit
Peter T. MacDonald
Portland, Or. : Timber Press, 2014
Pilbara native plants for gardens and landscapes
N. Smith & M. Clark
Shenton Park, WA : Greening Australia, 2014, 
The art and science of practical rigging
Pater S Donzelli and Sharon J Lilly in collaboration with Arbormaster Training Inc.
Champaign, Ill. : International Society of Arboriculture, 2001
Australian rainforest woods: characteristics, uses and identification
Clayton South, Vic : CSIRO Publishing, 2015
Connected: the sustainable landscapes of Phillip Johnson
Crows Nest, NSW : Murdoch Books, 2014
Ramsbury, England : Crowood Press, 2008
Looking into Leichhardt: new works following scientist and explorer Ludwig Leichhardt focusing on his 1844-1845 expedition and the landscapes of north-eastern Australia
Bill Gannon, Jason Benjamin, Sarah Larsen, Maljah Cathy Snow
[S.l.]: Bill and Vicki Gannon, 2013
Catalogue of artworks.
ANBG copy donated by Rosemary Purdie, April 2015.
Hunwick’s eggLudwig Leichhardt lost in the outback
Mem Fox ; illustrated by Pamela Lofts
Melbourne : Puffin Books, 2011.
Children’s fiction picture book, featuring illustrations of Central Australian plants and animals.
Hans Wilhelm Finger
Dural, NSW : Rosenberg, 2013