Council of Heads of Australasian Herbaria
With camel, 2018
Neville Walsh is the Senior Conservation Botanist at the National Herbarium of Victoria. His projects include systematics and taxonomy of Australian native plants, conservation of rare and threatened native plants and checklists of Victorian plants. He also studies Lobelioideae and stipoid grasses.
He is co-editor of the four-volume Flora of Victoria and has submitted accounts of various plant groups for publication in the Flora of Australia.
Neville manages the Victorian Conservation Seedbank – a project commenced in 2005 focussing on Victoria’s threatened species. Currently the bank includes around 1100 species. Some of the seed is now being used for re-establshment projects.
He is a member of the Australian Plant Census working group, the Mountain Invasions Research Network (MIREN) and is a member of recovery teams for threatened plants and animals in Victoria.
He has published more than 112 names in more than 80 peer-reviewed papers.
Source: Extracted from: https://www.eoas.info/biogs/P005329b.htm
Portrait Photo: top, 2006, M.Fagg, ANBG Photo Collection;
below, with camel, 2018, Extracted from: https://apsvic.org.au/newsletters/12th%20FJC%20Rogers%20Seminar%202018%20Goodeniaceae%20Newsletter%20March.pdf
Data from 12,829 specimens