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The following is a list of APC bulletins from the present back to 1995 with a limited number of articles available to display. You can download a copy of all articles from APC Volume 13 Issue 1 to the present from Informit at a cost of $4.00 +GST per article. Scroll down

Volume 27

Bell, S. (2018). The responsibilities of ecological consultants in disseminating outcomes from threatened species surveys: A call to arms. Australasian Plant Conservation 27(2):3-6.

Bell, S. and Sims, R. (2018). Extensive populations of ‘Dracophyllum macranthum’ (Ericaceae) in coorabakh national park suggest a review of threat status. Australasian Plant Conservation 27(2):11-14.

Benwell, A. (2018). Translocation of threatened flora for the warrell creek to urunga upgrade of the pacific highway, mid north coast nsw. Australasian Plant Conservation 27(1):15-19.

Clews, L. L. (2018). When infrastructure planning, design and construction meets threatened plant conservation. Australasian Plant Conservation 27(2):18-20.

Coates, D. (2018). ‘Banksia brownii’ (Feather Leaved Banksia), Proteaceae. Australasian Plant Conservation 27(1):3-6.

Cowley, K. (2018). Research round up. Australasian Plant Conservation 27(1):35-36.

Cuneo, P., Emery, N., Errington, G. and Sherieff, A. (2018). Assisted run(a)way: Translocation planning to secure the Bankstown Hibbertia. Australasian Plant Conservation 27(1):23-25.

Delgado, E. (2018). Recovering australian threatened species – a book of hope. Australasian Plant Conservation 27(2):24.

Doyle, C. and Pellow, B. (2018). ‘Thesium australe’: Hardly there or simply hard to find? Australasian Plant Conservation 27(2):9-10.

Driver, M., Miller, A. and Humphreys, B. (2018). Anpc workshop report. Australasian Plant Conservation 27(1):26.

Jusaitis, M. (2018). ‘Haloragis eyreana’ (Prickly Raspwort), haloragaceae. Australasian Plant Conservation 27(1):6-9.

McDougall, K., Armstong, R., McAuliffe, J. and Taylor, D. (2018). ‘Pomaderris delicata’ (Delicate Pomaderris), rhamnaceae. Australasian Plant Conservation 27(1):10-12.

Moritz, K., Ainsley, P. and Bickerton, D. (2018). ‘Prostanthera eurybioides’ (Monarto Mintbush), lamiaceae. Australasian Plant Conservation 27(1):12-15.

Musgrave, R. (2018). The importance of readily available and accurate information when assessing impacts on threatened flora species. Australasian Plant Conservation 27(2):6-8.

Reiter, N. and Thomson, R. (2018). Involvement in the Royal Botanic Gardens Victoria’s orchid conservation program by volunteers from the Australasian Native Orchid Society Victoria group. Australasian Plant Conservation 27(1):19-22.

Sutton, F. and Dell, M. (2018). Saltmarsh recolonisation at the Western Treatment Plant, victoria. Australasian Plant Conservation 27(2):15-17.

Wrigley, D., Norton, S., North, T. and Wirf, B. (2018). Crop wild relatives seed conservation at kakadu national park. Australasian Plant Conservation 27(2):20-22.

Zimmer, H. (2018). Monitoring threatened species and ecological communities [book review]. Australasian Plant Conservation 27(1):29.

Volume 26

Adam, P. (2017). A field guide for the southern tablelands (nsw and act) [book review]. Australasian Plant Conservation 26(1):24.

Adam, P. (2017). Plant life of the west darling (1975) [book review]. Australasian Plant Conservation 26(3):13-15.

Adam, P. and Zimmer, H. (2017). From the editors. Australasian Plant Conservation 26(3):2.

Auld, T. D., Denham, A. J. and Leishman, M. (2017). Long term conservation in an arid acacia shrubland is driven by the interaction of fire and grazing. Australasian Plant Conservation 26(3):22-24.

Barkla, J. (2017). Living on the edge – challenges of finding and conserving lowland ‘Olearia’ species. Australasian Plant Conservation 26(2):5-7.

Bell, S. (2017). New insights into the ecology of the critically endangered ‘banksia conferta’ (proteaceae) from the mid-north coast of nsw. Australasian Plant Conservation 26(1):15-18.

Bickerton, D., Field, T., Tourenq, C. and Moritz, K. (2018). Acanthocladium dockeri (Spiny Daisy), Compositae. Australasian Plant Conservation 26(4):6-9.

Bickerton, D., Russell, V.-J., Breed, M., Wake, R., Davis, N., Hancock, N., Broadhurst, L., Lowe, A. and Ellis, M. (2017). Best practice provenance for a changing climate: A workshop summary. Australasian Plant Conservation 26(1):4-6.

Bodley, E. (2017). Auckland botanic gardens: A hub for plant conservation. Australasian Plant Conservation 26(2):3-5.

Briggs, B. (2017). Bush regeneration at broken hill: ‘Radical for their time’. Australasian Plant Conservation 26(3):7-9.

Broadhurst, L. (2017). To the annual general meeting, 29 November 2017. Australasian Plant Conservation 26(3):3-6.

Collier, P. and Garnett, R. (2018). Cassinia rugata (Wrinkled Dollybush), asteraceae. Australasian Plant Conservation 26(4):21-24.

Driver, M. (2017). Sheoaks – wind harps from desert to the sea [book review]. Australasian Plant Conservation 26(1):23.

Elliott, C., Wilkinson, K. and Turner, S. (2018). Ricinocarpos brevis, Euphorbiaceae. Australasian Plant Conservation 26(4):12-15.

Emery, N. J., Hillier, P. and Offord, C. A. (2018). Persoonia pauciflora (North Rothbury Persoonia), proteaceae. Australasian Plant Conservation 26(4):18-21.

Hancock, N., Harris, R., Broadhurst, L. and Hughes, L. (2017). Response to ridgeway ‘et al.’ (2017). Australasian Plant Conservation 26(2):16-17.

Henery, M. (2017). The challenge of improving ‘ex situ’ collections for threatened plants: The example of the Velvet Zieria (‘Zieria murphyi’ – Rutaceae). Australasian Plant Conservation 26(1):12-15.

Jusaitis, M. (2018). Prostanthera eurybioides (Monarto Mintbush), Lamiaceae. Australasian Plant Conservation 26(4):15-17.

Logan, T. (2017). Member profile. Australasian Plant Conservation 26(2):18.

Logan, T. (2017). To graze or not to graze? Australasian Plant Conservation 26(2):8-10.

May, T. (2018). Fungi of australia: Inocybaceae [book review]. Australasian Plant Conservation 26(4):27.

McDonald, T. (2017). Report on the albert morris inaugural award field trip to broken hill august 21-24, 2017. Australasian Plant Conservation 26(3):9-13.

Mills, C. (2017). Reconsidering seed predation paradigms in arid australia. Australasian Plant Conservation 26(3):20-22.

Monks, L., Coates, D. and Dillon, R. (2018). Acacia cochlocarpa subsp. cochlocarpa (Spiral Fruited Wattle), Fabaceae. Australasian Plant Conservation 26(4):3-5.

Moritz, K. (2017). Member profile. Australasian Plant Conservation 26(3):27-28.

Morris, A. (2017). Broken hill fights sand drift: Extract from plant life of the west darling. Australasian Plant Conservation 26(3):15-17.

North, T. and Wirf, B. (2017). News from the australian seed bank partnership. Australasian Plant Conservation 26(2):19-21.

Reiter, N., O’Brien, N., Gibson, M., Pitts, D., Brown, G. R. and Phillips, R. D. (2018). Caladenia hastata (Nicholls) Rupp (Melbloms Spider-Orchid), Orchidaceae: Pollinator rarity limits conservation translocation sites in a rare orchid. Australasian Plant Conservation 26(4):9-12.

Ridgeway, P., Smart, D. and Vella, D. (2017). Evidence-based provenance: Building informed provenance in the cumberland plain. Australasian Plant Conservation 26(1):10-12.

Scott, S. (2017). Conservation of Hairy Hazelwood: A propagation and transplantation experience. Australasian Plant Conservation 26(2):11-13.

Selwood, K. (2018). Rocky outcrops in australia – ecology conservation and management [book review]. Australasian Plant Conservation 26(4):28.

Silcock, J. (2017). The red hot list of threatened plants – but which species do you choose? Australasian Plant Conservation 26(2):13-15.

Tjoelker, M. G., Medlyn, B. E. and Drake, J. E. (2017). Climate suitability of diverse provenances of a widely-distributed eucalypt: Testing the ‘local is best’ paradigm under climate warming. Australasian Plant Conservation 26(1):7-9.

Westbye, C. (2017). Free plant conservation activities for children. Australasian Plant Conservation 26(1):19.

Wrigley, D. (2018). News from the australian seed bank partnership. Australasian Plant Conservation 26(4):24-25.

Wrigley, D. (2017). News from the australian seedbank partnership. Australasian Plant Conservation 26(1):20-21.

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Volume 25

Adam, P. (2016). Wildlife conservation in farm landscapes [book review]. Australasian Plant Conservation 25(3):25.

Adam, P. and Knapp, Z. (2016). From the editors. Australasian Plant Conservation 25(1):2-3.

Andrews, G. (2017). New approaches to fighting native plant extinction. Australasian Plant Conservation 25(4):3-4.

Bainbridge, B. (2017). Genetic rescue of the plains yam daisy (‘microseris scapigera’) on the merri creek. Australasian Plant Conservation 25(4):9-11.

Bickerton, D. (2016). ANPC member profile. Australasian Plant Conservation 25(3):24.

Broadhurst, L. (2016). President’s report. Australasian Plant Conservation 25(3):3-6.

Brown, D., James, R. and McKinley, A. (2016). Fontainea dude thinks he’s a lady – recovery of the coastal fontainea and investigation into temporal monoecy. Australasian Plant Conservation 25(3):11-13.

Carthey, A. J. and Leishman, M. R. (2016). How do germination responses to smoke relate to phylogeny, growth form, fire response strategies and vegetation type? A focus on eastern australia. Australasian Plant Conservation 25(2):3-4.

Clinton, B. and Guja, L. (2016). Images worth a thousand ideas: Digitising the national seed bank collection. Australasian Plant Conservation 25(1):20-22.

Cochrane, A. (2016). Anpc member profile. Australasian Plant Conservation 25(2):23.

Cochrane, A. (2017). News from the australian seedbank partnership: ASBP partnership update. Australasian Plant Conservation 25(4):23.

Cochrane, A. (2016). Parks and people: Promoting plant conservation. Australasian Plant Conservation 25(3):15-17.

Cochrane, A. (2016). Pilbara seed atlas and field guide: Plant restoration in australia’s arid northwest [book review]. Australasian Plant Conservation 25(2):24.

Cole, D. and Siepen, G. (2016). Considerations for large-scale biodiversity reforestation plantings. Part 8: Project monitoring and evaluation. Australasian Plant Conservation 25(1):17-19.

Dartnell, C. (2016). Workshop report: Barham landcare plant id workshop. Australasian Plant Conservation 25(1):29.

Driver, M. (2016). Vegetation of australian riverine landscapes [book review]. Australasian Plant Conservation 25(1):27.

Guerin, J. and Duval, D. (2016). News from the Australian Seedbank Partnership: A thankyou note to our volunteers from the south australian seed conservation centre. Australasian Plant Conservation 25(3):22-23.

Hancock, N., Harris, R., Broadhurst, L. and Hughes, L. (2017). Climate-ready revegetation. A guide for natural resource managers. Australasian Plant Conservation 25(4):7-8.

Jordan, G. (2016). The ‘key to Tasmanian vascular plants’. Australasian Plant Conservation 25(1):15-17.

Knapp, Z., Thiele, K., Pirzl, R. and Hope, M. (2016). An eflora of australasia: A collaborative and dynamic online platform for managing floras. Australasian Plant Conservation 25(1):5-6.

Liyanage, G. and Ooi, M. (2016). Changes in seed dormancy over time in fire-prone flora. Australasian Plant Conservation 25(2):7-9.

Mackenzie, B. D., Auld, T. D., Keith, D. A. and Ooi, M. K. (2016). How fire and seasonal temperatures influence the germination of many plant species: Insights from ‘boronia’ (Rutaceae). Australasian Plant Conservation 25(2):5-7.

May, T. (2016). Funkey or not so fun: Creating interactive keys to macrofungi. Australasian Plant Conservation 25(1):7-9.

May, T. W. and McMullan-Fisher, S. J. (2016). Holding on to tea-tree fingers: A critically endangered fungus. Australasian Plant Conservation 25(3):8-10.

McAuliffe, J., Taylor, D. and McDougall, K. (2016). A non-seed based method for enhancement planting of the critically endangered ‘Pomaderris delicata’. Australasian Plant Conservation 25(2):14-16.

McCaffrey, N., Erskine, P. and Doley, D. (2017). Managing imperfection in post-mined landscapes: Determining the best practicable ecosystem reference sites. Australasian Plant Conservation 25(4):12-13.

Millar, M. (2016). Perth plants: A field guide to the bushland and coastal flora of kings park and bold park, second edition [book review]. Australasian Plant Conservation 25(2):25.

Murray, L., Wiecek, B. and Cohen, J. (2016). How do you identify your plant? Australasian Plant Conservation 25(1):13-15.

Patykowski, J., Dell, M. and Gibson, M. (2016). Threatened species management on the rural-urban interface: Insight from a critically endangered shrub. Australasian Plant Conservation 25(3):13-15.

Perrins, L. (2017). Friends of the royal tasmanian botanic gardens grant recipient report 2016 – attending the 11th Australasian Plant Conservation Conference (APCC11). Australasian Plant Conservation 25(4):19-21.

Purdie, R. (2016). Plants of central queensland: Identification and uses of native and introduced species [book review]. Australasian Plant Conservation 25(1):26-27.

Quarmby, A. (2016). Seeds of change: A case study in improving rehabilitation success. Australasian Plant Conservation 25(2):12-14.

Robertson, G. (2016). New approaches to plant conservation challenges. Conservation for people and nature, benefiting both. Reflecting on fog’s experience, learning and vision. Australasian Plant Conservation 25(3):17-19.

Robertson, G. (2017). Report on apcc11 conference field trip to wilsons promontory national park. Australasian Plant Conservation 25(4):22.

Rossetto, M. (2017). Restore and renew, a wealth of new information in support of ecological restoration practices. Australasian Plant Conservation 25(4):5-6.

Sommerville, K., Errington, G., Newby, Z.-J. and Offord, C. A. (2016). The rainforest challenge – testing the ‘unstorable seed’ assumption. Australasian Plant Conservation 25(2):10-12.

Spencer, P. J. (2017). Engineered co-existence of novel green roof habitat holds conservation promise. Australasian Plant Conservation 25(4):17-18.

Stronach, P. (2017). The devolved grant model: Achieving lasting conservation outcomes across tasmania. Australasian Plant Conservation 25(4):14-16.

Sutomo and van Etten, E. (2016). Effect of fire and digestion by herbivores on seeds of the exotic invasive species ‘Acacia nilotica’ in savanna at Baluran National Park Indonesia. Australasian Plant Conservation 25(3):20-21.

Taylor, T., Morin, L., Pegg, G. and Zalucki, J. (2016). The threat of myrtle rust to the conservation of the endangered tree, ‘Gossia gonoclada’ (Myrtaceae) in south east Queensland. Australasian Plant Conservation 25(3):6-8.

Thiele, K. and Klazenga, N. (2016). Keybase – teaching old keys new tricks. Australasian Plant Conservation 25(1):3-4.

Tourenq, C. and Field, T. (2017). ANPC member profile. Australasian Plant Conservation 25(4):24-25.

Turnbull, J. (2016). News: Tweed – Byron native species planting guide – 2016-2018. Australasian Plant Conservation 25(1):30.

Turner, S., Erickson, T., Rojas, M. M. and Merritt, D. (2016). News from the Australian Seedbank Partnership: The restoration seed bank initiative – a focus on biodiverse restoration at the landscape scale. Australasian Plant Conservation 25(1):22-24.

Walsh, N., Hirst, M. and Messina, A. (2016). News from the Australian Seedbank Partnership. Australasian Plant Conservation 25(2):20-22.

Wapstra, M. and Yates, L. V. (2016). Counting the uncountable: Estimating abundance of the rhizomatous ‘Stackhousia subterranea’ W.R.Barker (Celastraceae). Australasian Plant Conservation 25(2):17-19.

Ware, S. and Driver, M. (2016). Workshop report: Sandhill paddock walk at Booroorban, south of Hay NSW – 1 June 2016. Australasian Plant Conservation 25(1):28.

Weatherly, K. (2017). ANPC workshop reports. Australasian Plant Conservation 25(4):26-27.

Zich, F. and Kerrigan, R. (2016). Australian tropical rainforest plants identification system. Australasian Plant Conservation 25(1):10-12.

Volume 24

Adam, P. (2015). Flooded forest and desert creek ecology and history of the river red gum [book review]. Australasian Plant Conservation 24(3):28.

Adam, P. (2016). A national treasure: Dawyck: Its fungal heritage. Observation and conservation [book review]. Australasian Plant Conservation 24(4):34-35.

Adam, P. (2015). The shock of the new? Australasian Plant Conservation 24(2):19-21.

Auld, T. D., Denham, A., Tozer, M., Porter, J., Mackenzie, B. and Keith, D. (2015). Saving arid and semi-arid southern australia after over 150 years of exotic grazing pressure: Have we got the time and the will? Australasian Plant Conservation 24(2):3-5.

Barrett, S. and Rathbone, D. (2016). Management of herbivory in the montane heath and thicket TEC of the eastern stirling range, Western Australia. Australasian Plant Conservation 24(4):25-26.

Bridgewater, P. (2016). Can synthetic vegetation (novel ecosystems) help nature conservation in the Anthropocene? Australasian Plant Conservation 24(4):27-28.

Chapman, A., Marbus, C., Paap, T., Burgess, T. and Hardy, G. (2015). Citizen science: Community monitoring of marri canker disease. Australasian Plant Conservation 24(1):2-4.

Coates, D. (2015). To the Annual General Meeting, 22 November 2015. Australasian Plant Conservation 24(3):3-6.

Cochrane, A. (2015). Introducing the Australian Seed Bank Partnership. Australasian Plant Conservation 24(2):22.

Cochrane, A. (2015). News From The Australian Seed Bank Partnership: Collaboration across the Nullarbor: Wa banksias find a new home in the act. Australasian Plant Conservation 24(3):25.

Cole, D. and Siepen, G. (2015). Considerations for large-scale biodiversity reforestation plantings. Part 4: Maintenance. Australasian Plant Conservation 24(1):20-22.

Cole, D. and Siepen, G. (2015). Considerations for large-scale biodiversity reforestation plantings. Part 5: Project management. Australasian Plant Conservation 24(2):16-18.

Cole, D. and Siepen, G. (2015). Considerations for large-scale biodiversity reforestation plantings. Part 6: Landholder and community engagement. Australasian Plant Conservation 24(3):20-22.

Cole, D. and Siepen, G. (2015). Considerations for large-scale biodiversity reforestation plantings. Part 7: Risk management and contingency planning. Australasian Plant Conservation 24(3):22-24.

Collier, P. and Dick, J. (2015). Unravelling the secrets of the Crowded Leek Orchid: A partnership between volunteers and business. Australasian Plant Conservation 24(1):5-7.

Crawford, I. (2015). ANPC member profile. Australasian Plant Conservation 24(2):23-24.

Driver, M. (2015). Land of sweeping plains. Managing and restoring the native grasslands of south-eastern Australia [book review]. Australasian Plant Conservation 24(3):27.

Driver, M. (2015). Workshop report: Provenance workshops: ANPC NSW grand seed tour. Australasian Plant Conservation 24(1):26.

Driver, M. and Olive, C. (2015). Workshop report: Grassy woodland ecology and management. Australasian Plant Conservation 24(3):30.

French, B. J., Hope, G. S., Pryor, L. D. and Bowman, D. M. (2016). The vulnerability of peatlands in the Australian alps. Australasian Plant Conservation 24(4):16-18.

Gibson-Roy, P. (2015). Reflecting on feral status. Australasian Plant Conservation 24(2):14-15.

Gibson-Roy, P. (2015). When is a yam daisy more than a yam daisy?: When is a grassland more than a grassland? Australasian Plant Conservation 24(1):7-8.

Good, R., Wright, G., Hope, G. and Whinam, J. (2016). The impacts of increasing solar ultraviolet light on the wetland mires of the mainland Australian alps. Australasian Plant Conservation 24(4):12-13.

Grundy, S. (2016). Roger good’s role in developing restoration techniques in temperate highland peat swamp on sandstone in the blue mountains. Australasian Plant Conservation 24(4):10-11.

Hartley, R.-C. (2015). Rangeland vegetation recovery with feral goat control. Australasian Plant Conservation 24(2):12-13.

Holbery, S., Leane, M. and Willis, R. (2015). The use of aerial survey to support rabbit control and native vegetation regeneration on the hay plains of nsw. Australasian Plant Conservation 24(2):8-9.

Johnston, S. and Good, R. (2016). The benefits of restored linear vegetation corridors for biodiversity conservation – a case study. Australasian Plant Conservation 24(4):22-24.

Kearney, R. and Kearney, E. (2015). Conservation of fungi in lane cove bushland park. Australasian Plant Conservation 24(3):10-12.

Lloyd, S. (2015). The enigmatic myxomycetes. Australasian Plant Conservation 24(3):8-9.

Lynch, J. and Golson, T. (2015). News: Public inquiry into the register of environmental organisations; a new seed exchange collaboration. Australasian Plant Conservation 24(2):25-26.

Macris, C., Macnamara, J. and Freame, E. (2015). The gritty fight against feral rabbits: Testing the effectiveness of a browsing deterrent (sen-tree) on native grassy-groundcovers. Australasian Plant Conservation 24(2):5-7.

Mallen-Cooper, M. (2015). Biological soil crust morphogroups: Function follows form. Australasian Plant Conservation 24(3):16-17.

McCaffrey, N., Fletcher, A., Erskine, P., Mulligan, D. and Giddens, M. (2015). Democratisation of biological collections: Developing an online image herbarium for mine rehabilitation sites in queensland. Australasian Plant Conservation 24(1):9-11.

McInnes, A., North, T., Guja, L., Johnston, L. and Seddon, J. (2015). Murrumbidgee Bossiaea – a Canberra collaboration. Australasian Plant Conservation 24(1):11-12.

Mooney, S. and Martin, L. (2016). The unique and surprising environments of temperate highland peat swamps on sandstone (THPSS) in the Blue Mountains, NSW. Australasian Plant Conservation 24(4):18-22.

Nicotra, A. B., Borevitz, J., Dunlop, M., Hoffmann, A., Kirkpatrick, J., Moles, A., Morgan, J., van Dijk, A. and Good, R. (2016). Towards a centre for intergrated adaption research in the Australian mountains. Australasian Plant Conservation 24(4):5-7.

Pouliot, A. (2015). Endless forms most bizarre. Australasian Plant Conservation 24(3):14-15.

Rayner, I., Hnatiuk, S. and Fifield, G. (2015). Seedballs: A useful tool for revegetating difficult terrain? Australasian Plant Conservation 24(1):13-15.

Schmidt-Lebuhn, A. N. (2016). News: Australasian systematic botany society conference 2015 in canberra. Australasian Plant Conservation 24(4):32-34.

Sharp, S., Beveridge, L., Hillery, M. and Lynch, J. (2015). Vegwatch: A citizen science program for monitoring vegetation condition. Australasian Plant Conservation 24(1):15-17.

Sonntag, S. (2016). Tribute from the Australian national botanic gardens to roger good. Australasian Plant Conservation 24(4):8.

Taylor, D. and McDougall, K. (2015). News: Blossoming future for delicate native shrub – Delicate Pomaderris. Australasian Plant Conservation 24(1):25.

Telford, I. (2015). Photographic guide to native plants of the Australian Capital Territory [book review]. Australasian Plant Conservation 24(1):24.

Tulloch, A. (2015). Citizen science and conservation: Are volunteers the way of the future for effective decision-making. Australasian Plant Conservation 24(1):18-19.

Ware, S. and Driver, M. (2016). Workshop report: Rangelands paddock walk at Booroorban, south of hay. Australasian Plant Conservation 24(4):35-36.

Ware, S. and Driver, M. (2015). Workshops: Rangelands paddock walk near Hay,NSW. Australasian Plant Conservation 24(2):24-25.

Whinam, J. and Wright, G. (2016). Roger good and the bogs and fens of the Australian alps. Australasian Plant Conservation 24(4):9-10.

Williams, W., Budel, B. and Driscoll, C. (2015). Extensive and diverse biocrusts protect remnant dunes and flood plains of Bladensburg National Park. Australasian Plant Conservation 24(3):18-19.

Wood, J. A. and Rudman, T. (2016). News from the Australian Seedbank Partnership: Hanging out with king billy: Seed collecting in Tasmania’s highlands. Australasian Plant Conservation 24(4):29-30.

Worboys, G. L., Spate, A., Nicotra, A., Enders, G., Whinam, J. and Johnston, S. (2016). Vale Roger Good. Australasian Plant Conservation 24(4):3-4.

Wright, B. (2015). Waxcap conservation in England and wales and a new approach to translocation. Australasian Plant Conservation 24(3):12-14.

Zylstra, P. (2016). Explaining feedbacks between fire and flammability in the snowgums and beyond. Australasian Plant Conservation 24(4):14-15.

Volume 23

Auld, T. (2015). Sprinter and sprummer: Australia’s changing seasons [book review]. Australasian Plant Conservation 23(4):28-29.

Bailey, T. G., Gauli, A., Tilyard, P., Davidson, N. J. and Potts, B. M. (2014). Feral deer damage in Tasmanian restoration plantings. Australasian Plant Conservation 23(3):10-12.

Beeton, N. (2014). Managing invasive plant species using spatially explicit population modelling. Australasian Plant Conservation 23(2):7-9.

Bell, S. and Holzinger, B. (2015). Wildfire reveals new populations of the endangered ‘Commersonia rosea’ and ‘Monotaxis macrophylla’ in northern Wollemi National Park, NSW. Australasian Plant Conservation 23(4):2-4.

Bickerton, D. and Tourenq, C. (2015). Translocating the spiny daisy: Partnerships with winning outcomes. Australasian Plant Conservation 23(4):4-6.

Blanden, A. (2014). Information resources and useful websites. Australasian Plant Conservation 23(2):25-26.

Broadhurst, L., Hopley, T., Li, L. and Begley, J. (2015). Using seed production areas to meet restoration targets and secure genetic diversity. Australasian Plant Conservation 23(4):7-8.

Brown, D. (2015). The jaliigirr biodiversity alliance – connectivity is key. Australasian Plant Conservation 23(4):8-10.

Brown, K. (2014). ANPC member profile. Australasian Plant Conservation 23(2):21-22.

Brown, K. and Bourke, C. (2014). Wild native rose: Untangling the causes of population decline. Australasian Plant Conservation 23(2):9-11.

Clausen, A. (2014). Canberra nature map: An online community discovering and recording canberra’s floral treasures. Australasian Plant Conservation 23(1):3-4.

Coates, D. (2014). Opening address to the 10th australasian plant conservation conference 2014. Australasian Plant Conservation 23(3):5.

Coates, D. (2014). President’s report. Australasian Plant Conservation 23(3):2-4.

Cochrane, A., Hoyle, G. L., Yates, C. J. and Nicotra, A. B. (2014). Understanding plant responses to changing climates: Seed germination, seedling emergence and early growth in ‘banksia’. Australasian Plant Conservation 23(3):12-14.

Cole, D. and Siepen, G. (2014). Considerations for large-scale biodiversity reforestation plantings. Part 1: Securing access to land. Australasian Plant Conservation 23(2):18-20.

Cole, D. and Siepen, G. (2014). Considerations for large-scale biodiversity reforestation plantings. Part 2: The planning framework. Australasian Plant Conservation 23(3):29-31.

Cole, D. and Siepen, G. (2015). Considerations for large-scale biodiversity reforestation plantings. Part 3: Implementation phase. Australasian Plant Conservation 23(4):22-24.

Dixon, B. (2014). Teaming with volunteers to save our rare flora. Australasian Plant Conservation 23(3):14-16.

Douglas, S. (2014). When biosecurity is threatened from within: The case of the native environmental weed, ‘Pittosporum undulatum’. Australasian Plant Conservation 23(2):14-15.

Driver, M. (2015). Projects in focus: Bring back the banksias. Australasian Plant Conservation 23(4):25-26.

Elliot, R. (2015). The New Zealand plant conservation network. Australasian Plant Conservation 23(4):10-11.

Fergus, A. (2014). Report from The New Zealand plant conservation network. Australasian Plant Conservation 23(2):23.

Gibson-Roy, P. (2014). Ants, seeds and grassland restoration. Australasian Plant Conservation 23(1):5-7.

Gibson-Roy, P. (2015). In defence of ferals and weeds. Australasian Plant Conservation 23(4):11-12.

Gibson-Roy, P. and Denham, A. (2014). Linking schools to biodiversity restoration: The Willmot public school connecting the cumberland program. Australasian Plant Conservation 23(1):8-9.

Good, R. (2014). Anpc member profile. Australasian Plant Conservation 23(3):32-33.

Good, R., Johnston, S., Nicotra, A. and Whinam, J. (2014). Alpine restoration: Identifying needs and determining priorities. Australasian Plant Conservation 23(3):16-19.

Hancock, D. (2014). Suggested strategies for germinating recalcitrant seeds. Australasian Plant Conservation 23(1):10-12.

Hancock, D. J. (2015). Towards new nursery industry protocols for ‘Phytophthora’ control: Supply of stock for restoration and revegetation. Australasian Plant Conservation 23(4):13-15.

Hauser, C., Smith, N. and Pascoe, C. (2014). Victoria’s hawkweed eradication program: An enduring alpine partnership. Australasian Plant Conservation 23(2):5-7.

Hogbin, T. (2014). Workshop report. Australasian Plant Conservation 23(1):19-20.

James, R., Fountain, T. and Turnbull, J. (2014). Moving from monoculture to multiculture: A history of bitou bush on the Tweed coast, northern NSW. Australasian Plant Conservation 23(3):27-29.

Keatley, M. R. (2015). Phenology and its contribution to understanding how plants adapt to a changing world. Australasian Plant Conservation 23(4):15-17.

Knapp, Z. (2015). Ten commitments revisited: Securing Australia’s future environment [book review]. Australasian Plant Conservation 23(4):29.

Larcombe, M. J., Leaman, T., Vaillancourt, R. E. and Potts, B. M. (2014). Assessing the risk of gene flow from plantation to native eucalypts: A long-term partnership in biodiversity management. Australasian Plant Conservation 23(3):19-21.

Lim, Y. (2015). ANPC member profile. Australasian Plant Conservation 23(4):24-25.

Lunt, I. (2014). Keynote address: Communicating science. Does social media carve a gap between young and old readers? Australasian Plant Conservation 23(3):6-8.

Majer, J. (2014). Plenary lecture: ‘Animals in plant conservation’ sub-theme: Plant and animal conservation: You can’t have one without the other! Australasian Plant Conservation 23(3):8-10.

Makinson, B. (2014). Myrtle rust – what’s happening? Australasian Plant Conservation 23(1):13-15.

Makinson, B. (2015). Native plants hassans walls reserve lithgow [book review]. Australasian Plant Conservation 23(4):27.

Makinson, B. (2014). Ticks and tick-borne diseases – protecting yourself: A review of current information and options for bush regenerators, bush workers and people who love the bush [book review]. Australasian Plant Conservation 23(3):33-34.

Mitchell, I. (2014). Gardens for wildlife: Promoting biodiversity conservation in urban areas. Australasian Plant Conservation 23(3):21-22.

Purdie, R. (2014). Volunteers tackle native woody weeds jumping the garden’s fence. Australasian Plant Conservation 23(2):12-13.

Ridgeway, P. and Burgess-Buxton, A. (2014). Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde: Recently introduced pests of invasive flora may also threaten endangered native species. Australasian Plant Conservation 23(2):16-17.

Ross, C. (2014). What’s killing the trees?: Is climate change the cause of ribbon gum (Eucalyptus viminalis) dieback in the Monaro region of NSW? Australasian Plant Conservation 23(3):23-25.

Sainty, G. (2015). A guide to southern temperate seagrasses [book review]. Australasian Plant Conservation 23(4):26.

Smith, A. (2015). Plenary lecture: ‘Engagement and communication in the modern world’ subtheme: Communicating, connecting, inspiring, acting in the modern world. Australasian Plant Conservation 23(4):18-19.

Sustainability and Division, B. P. (2014). Biosecurity in Australia: A snapshot of biosecurity policy and initiatives at the Australian government department of agriculture. Australasian Plant Conservation 23(2):2-4.

Tapson, N. (2014). Azorella macqauriensis: Battling for survival in the subantarctic. Australasian Plant Conservation 23(3):25-26.

Walshe, T., Estevez, R., Knapp, Z. and Di Fonzo, M. (2015). Sacred values and filthy lucre – taboo trade-offs in conservation. A perspective on the triage debate. Australasian Plant Conservation 23(4):20-21.

Volume 22

Auld, T. D. and Scott, J. (2013). Integrating fire management into conservation actions for the threatened shrub ‘Grevillea caleyi’. Australasian Plant Conservation 22(1):2-4.

Banks, G. (2013). Ecologically sustainable fire management for the northern rivers region of NSW. Australasian Plant Conservation 22(1):6-8.

Bell, S. and Elliott, M. (2013). Preliminary results suggest fire is required to maintain ‘Acacia dangarensis’, a threatened single-population endemic from the hunter valley of NSW. Australasian Plant Conservation 22(1):9-10.

Bright, D. (2013). Book review: Australian native plants: The kings park experience [book review]. Australasian Plant Conservation 22(3):25-26.

Clarke, P. (2013). Tetragonula carbonaria – pollinator and educator. Australasian Plant Conservation 22(2):7-9.

Clarke, S. (2013). Brief notes on ‘Baeckea kandos’, a highly restricted endemic from Wollemi National Park. Australasian Plant Conservation 22(3):17-18.

Clarke, S. (2013). Further field observations on the endangered and data deficient ‘Pultenaea’ sp. ‘Olinda’. Australasian Plant Conservation 22(2):20-21.

Clarke, S. (2013). Preliminary field observations on fire and the endangered and data deficient ‘Pultenaea’ sp. ‘Olinda’. Australasian Plant Conservation 22(1):11-12.

Clews, L. (2013). Flora of the otway plain and ranges 2: Daisies, heaths, peas, saltbushes, sundews, wattles and other shrubby and herbaceous dicotyledons [book review]. Australasian Plant Conservation 22(2):27.

Coates, D. (2013). President’s report. Australasian Plant Conservation 22(3):2-4.

Cochrane, A., Crawford, A. and Coates, D. (2014). Addressing target 8 of the global strategy for plant conservation in western australia. Australasian Plant Conservation 22(4):13-15.

Collier, P. and Garnett, R. (2013). Improving the management of native orchid populations. Australasian Plant Conservation 22(1):17-19.

Doyle, C., Macris, C. and Freemanis, A. (2013). Restoring reserves in the heart of western sydney: Habitat reconstruction for the threatened scarlet robin. Australasian Plant Conservation 22(2):14-15.

Fahey, M., Martyn, A. and Offord, C. (2013). Historic seed collections germinated for the Australian plantbank opening. Australasian Plant Conservation 22(3):7-8.

Fergus, A. (2013). Report from New Zealand plant conservation network. Australasian Plant Conservation 22(2):24-25.

Gibson-Roy, P. and Delpratt, J. (2013). Meeting the seed needs for future restoration. Australasian Plant Conservation 22(3):9-10.

Gillbanks, K. (2013). Report New Zealand plant conservation network. Australasian Plant Conservation 22(1):24.

Gosper, C., Prober, S. and Yates, C. (2013). The role of fire in plant conservation in wheatbelt remnants. Australasian Plant Conservation 22(1):21-22.

Guerin, J., Thorpe, M., Duval, D. and Ainsley, P. (2013). Germination of the endangered species port lincoln speedwell in response to season and fire cues. Australasian Plant Conservation 22(3):13-14.

Harrington, S. (2013). From the editor. Australasian Plant Conservation 22(2):2.

Harrington, S. (2013). From the editor. Australasian Plant Conservation 22(3):2.

Harrington, S. and Brinckerhoff, P. (2013). From the editor. Australasian Plant Conservation 22(1):2.

Hogbin, T. (2013). Recent workshop reports. Australasian Plant Conservation 22(1):25.

Hogbin, T. and Rossetto, M. (2014). Projects in focus. Australasian Plant Conservation 22(4):25-27.

Just, K. and Beardsell, C. (2013). Vegetation monitoring and management at kinglake national park following the 2009 Black Saturday bushfires. Australasian Plant Conservation 22(1):13-15.

Keith, D. (2013). Identifying ecosystems at risk – the new IUCN red list. Australasian Plant Conservation 22(1):23-24.

Knapp, Z., Boardman, L., Brown, B. and West, J. (2014). What are we conserving?: Living collections contributing to target 8 of the global strategy for plant conservation. Australasian Plant Conservation 22(4):11-13.

Lynch, J. (2014). ANPC member profile: Steve Clarke. Australasian Plant Conservation 22(4):24-25.

Merritt, D. (2014). Seed longevity of Australian species. Australasian Plant Conservation 22(4):8-10.

Moir, M. (2013). Plants and their role in coextinction. Australasian Plant Conservation 22(2):2-4.

Morgan, H. (2014). From the editor. Australasian Plant Conservation 22(4):2.

Newton, G. (2013). Estuary plants and what’s happening to them in south-east Australia [book review]. Australasian Plant Conservation 22(2):27-28.

Pahor, S. and Newton, G. (2013). Understanding blackwater events in rivers. Australasian Plant Conservation 22(2):18-19.

Perrins, L. and Tapson, N. (2014). Conservation on a remote island: Safeguarding the Macquarie Island cushion plant (‘Azorella macquariensis’). Australasian Plant Conservation 22(4):20-21.

Perrins, L. and Wood, J. (2014). Working towards securing plant biodiversity in Tasmania. Australasian Plant Conservation 22(4):18-19.

Pouliot, A., May, T., McMullan-Fisher, S., Buchanan, P., Allison, L. and Packer, J. (2014). It’s time for a global strategy for plant and fungus conservation. Australasian Plant Conservation 22(4):22-23.

Racule, T. and Cameron, P. M. (2013). A comparison of germination stimulants applied to five difficult to germinate native species from Queensland. Australasian Plant Conservation 22(3):15-16.

Reiter, N. and Pollard, G. (2013). The response of Grampians Duck-orchid and Grampians Pincushion lily in Victoria to wild fire. Australasian Plant Conservation 22(1):15-17.

Richardson, M., Burgess, A. and Sealie, L. (2014). Global strategy for plant conservation and the national arboretum Canberra. Australasian Plant Conservation 22(4):15-17.

Roderick, M. (2013). Regent honeyeaters and eucalypt diversity in the Cessnock area of new south wales. Australasian Plant Conservation 22(2):9-11.

Rossetto, M. and Hogbin, T. (2013). Restore and renew NSW: Practical provenance and fitness information for restoration practitioners. Australasian Plant Conservation 22(2):22.

Sharrock, S. (2014). Introduction to the global strategy for plant conservation. Australasian Plant Conservation 22(4):2-5.

Shaw, S. (2013). Australian rainforest fruits, a field guide [book review]. Australasian Plant Conservation 22(2):29.

Smith, P. (2013). Are seed banks misunderstood?: A perspective from the millennium seed bank. Australasian Plant Conservation 22(3):5-6.

Starks, J. (2013). Woodland bird communities in a revegetation area at Snape Reserve, Victoria. Australasian Plant Conservation 22(2):11-13.

Sutherland, L. A. (2014). The Australian seed bank partnership’s contributions to the global strategy for plant conservation. Australasian Plant Conservation 22(4):6-8.

Taws, N. (2013). Plant conservation – for the birds? Australasian Plant Conservation 22(2):16-17.

Taylor, D., McAuliffe, J., North, T., Gibson-Roy, P., Vanzella, B., Taws, N., Baines, G., Cook, E., Lepschi, B. and Broadhurst, L. (2013). Seed production project produces translocation spin off for a highly threatened species. Australasian Plant Conservation 22(3):11-12.

Turner, S., Best, C. and Barrett, S. (2013). Combining science with management: Understanding the seed ecology of ‘Pearl-like Androcalva’ underpins successful ‘in situ’ regeneration by fire of this threatened species. Australasian Plant Conservation 22(1):19-21.

Welden, C. and Lloyd, S. (2013). Translating science into practice for improved fire management and biodiversity conservation in south east Queensland. Australasian Plant Conservation 22(1):4-6.

West, J. and Knapp, Z. (2014). Global strategy for plant conservation: Australia’s national focal point. Australasian Plant Conservation 22(4):5-6.

Williams, G. and Adam, P. (2013). Plants and pollinators – an essential partnership in subtropical rainforest. Australasian Plant Conservation 22(2):5-7.

Volume 21

Andresen, L. (2012). High impact bush regeneration: Is there a role for heavy machinery? Australasian Plant Conservation 21(1):9-11.

Barber, P. A. and Hardy, G. E. S. J. (2012). Restoring the canopy health of native urban bushland and parkland trees. Australasian Plant Conservation 21(1):23-24.

Bedlington, T. (2012). The redhand method – a new method of herbicide application. Australasian Plant Conservation 21(1):25-26.

Bickerton, D., Waycott, M., Calladine, A. and Urban, R. (2013). Building a South Australian database of biological life histories and disturbance responses. Australasian Plant Conservation 21(4):11-13.

Binns, D. (2012). Euphrasia arguta: Management of a species previously presumed extinct. Australasian Plant Conservation 21(3):10-11.

Briggs, J. and Seymour, S. (2012). Efforts to enhance populations of the Wee Jasper Grevillea: Successes and failures. Australasian Plant Conservation 21(3):6-7.

Brown, L. (2012). Life in a gall: The biology and ecology of insects that live in plant galls [book review]. Australasian Plant Conservation 21(2):32.

Brozek-Cordier, D. (2012). Australia’s poisonous plants, fungi and cyanobacteria a guide to species of medical and veterinary importance [book review]. Australasian Plant Conservation 21(2):31.

Carter, L. and Swales, M. (2012). The use of mitigation planting to achieve strategic planning outcomes in local riparian restoration. Australasian Plant Conservation 21(1):4-6.

Coates, D. (2012). President’s report. Australasian Plant Conservation 21(3):2-4.

Cochrane, A. and Crawford, A. (2013). 21 years of seed conservation in the wa department of environment and conservation: Achievements and future directions. Australasian Plant Conservation 21(4):21-23.

Coutts, D. (2012). Non government organisations – research and botanic gardens. Australasian Plant Conservation 21(3):29-31.

Cummings, J. (2013). Pushing the boundaries – innovation in intervention. Australasian Plant Conservation 21(4):2-4.

Denham, A., Auld, T., Ayre, D., Forrest, C., Gilpin, A., O’Brien, E. and Roberts, D. (2012). Research and conservation initiatives for the vulnerable purple-wood wattle: A model for plant species conservation in Australia? Australasian Plant Conservation 21(3):22-24.

Errington, G., Cuneo, P. and Offord, C. A. (2012). Seeds behaving badly: Conservation of rainforest species. Australasian Plant Conservation 21(3):17-19.

Francis, D., James, R. and McPherson, D. (2012). The south-east Queensland ecological restoration framework – the ‘how to guide’ for a biodiversity hotspot. Australasian Plant Conservation 21(1):2-4.

Geue, J. (2012). Hawthorn eradication – an aranda bushland story. Australasian Plant Conservation 21(1):14-15.

Gibson-Roy, P. (2013). Enhancing and restoring diverse grasslands and grassy woodlands: Are we there yet? Australasian Plant Conservation 21(4):26-27.

Gillbanks, K. (2012). Report from New Zealand plant conservation network. Australasian Plant Conservation 21(3):34.

Gillbanks, K. (2012). Report from New Zealand plant conservation network. Australasian Plant Conservation 21(2):26-27.

Gillbanks, K. (2012). Report from New Zealand plant conservation network. Australasian Plant Conservation 21(1):27.

Gillbanks, K. (2013). Report from New Zealand plant conservation network. Australasian Plant Conservation 21(4):28.

Guja, L., North, T., Taylor, D. and McAuliffe, J. (2012). Sowing seeds: Bridging the gap between ex situ collections and reintroduction. Australasian Plant Conservation 21(3):14-17.

Haby, M. and Klein, H. (2012). Kangaroo island nationally threatened plant project: Making a difference to kangaroo island’s threatened flora. Australasian Plant Conservation 21(3):8-10.

Harrington, M. (2012). A forty year history of bushcare at bonnet bay, NSW. Australasian Plant Conservation 21(1):12-13.

Harrington, S. (2012). From the editor. Australasian Plant Conservation 21(1):2.

Harrington, S. (2012). Reducing the impacts of development on wildlife [book review]. Australasian Plant Conservation 21(2):30.

Harrington, S. and Brinckerhoff, P. (2013). From the editor. Australasian Plant Conservation 21(4):2.

Harris, S. (2012). Biodiversity monitoring in Australia [book review]. Australasian Plant Conservation 21(2):29.

Harris, S. (2013). The future of Australia’s flora: A policy perspective. Australasian Plant Conservation 21(4):6-8.

Hirst, M. J. (2012). A phylogenetic and morphological approach in a key Australian plant genus, ‘Brachyscome’. Australasian Plant Conservation 21(3):24-26.

Hogbin, T. (2012). ANPC workshop report. Australasian Plant Conservation 21(3):34-36.

Hogbin, T. (2012). Better bush for your buck: Targeting restoration efforts and exploring restoration methods in the lower hunter valley, NSW. Australasian Plant Conservation 21(2):5-6.

Hogbin, T. (2012). Recent workshop reports: ANPC workshop report: Translocation of threatened plants canberra, march 2012. Australasian Plant Conservation 21(1):27-28.

Horton, B. (2012). Flammable Australia fire regimes, biodiversity and ecosystems in a changing world [book review]. Australasian Plant Conservation 21(1):30-31.

Hoyle, G. L. (2013). Alpine seed and seedling ecology reveals important implications for management. Australasian Plant Conservation 21(4):19-21.

Jonson, J. (2012). Restoring patches: Landscape restoration in practice. Australasian Plant Conservation 21(2):16-18.

Just, K. (2012). Burn piles and planting at Latrobeana Terrace – restoration of a grassy forest community in Eltham south, Victoria. Australasian Plant Conservation 21(1):16-18.

Kelleway, J. and Webber, L. (2012). Saving private rhizomes: Private land initiatives which encourage and support in-situ plant conservation. Australasian Plant Conservation 21(3):27-29.

Kern, L. (2013). Plants of the Victorian high country a field guide for walkers [book review]. Australasian Plant Conservation 21(4):30.

Kondylas, S. and Schurgott, A. (2012). Naturelinks: Landscape-scale conservation in action. Australasian Plant Conservation 21(2):2-4.

Lemon, J., Martin, W., Wilson, B., Nadolny, C. and Lunney, D. (2012). Habitat reconstruction at Gunnedah research centre, Gunnedah. New South Wales. Australasian Plant Conservation 21(2):9-10.

Mabberley, D. (2012). Burke and wills the scientific legacy of the victorian exploring expedition [book review]. Australasian Plant Conservation 21(1):31-32.

MacPhee, E. (2012). Rehabilitation of the former construction sites of the snowy hydro-electric scheme in kosciuszko national park: Case study: T2 dogleg spoil dump. Australasian Plant Conservation 21(2):14-16.

Makinson, B. (2013). Hassans walls orchids – Lithgow [book review]. Australasian Plant Conservation 21(4):31.

May, T. (2012). Recent workshop reports: Fungi festival 2012 Hobart, 26-29 April. Australasian Plant Conservation 21(1):29-30.

McIntyre, S. (2013). Managing the matrix – once more with feeling. Australasian Plant Conservation 21(4):9-10.

Metz, L. (2012). Revegetation of banksia eucalypt woodland in beeliar regional park, Western Australia. Australasian Plant Conservation 21(1):21-22.

Mills, K. (2012). The endemic flora of norfolk island: Conservation challenges on a remote oceanic island. Australasian Plant Conservation 21(3):19-21.

Newton, G. (2012). Buffer zones for aquatic biodiversity conservation. Australasian Plant Conservation 21(2):18-22.

Nussbaumer, Y., Castor, C. and Cole, M. (2012). Establishing native vegetation on the Mount Owen mine model site. Australasian Plant Conservation 21(2):6-8.

Paul, S. and Hsu, T. (2012). Horned pondweed at Sydney olympic park. Australasian Plant Conservation 21(3):31-33.

Penna, I. (2012). Biorich plantations: Integrated commercial and environmental treescapes. Australasian Plant Conservation 21(2):11-13.

Perrins, L. (2012). ‘Azorella macquariensis’ – battling for survival in the furious fifties. Australasian Plant Conservation 21(2):25-26.

Png, G. K. (2012). Pollination biology of western australia’s showy everlasting daisy (‘Schoenia filifoli’. subsp. ‘subulifolia’). Australasian Plant Conservation 21(2):23-24.

Reiter, N., Thomson, R., Bedggood, W., Jenek, C., Cross, R., Whitfield, J., Lawrie, A., Pollard, G., Argall, M., Johnson, G. and Lester, K. (2012). Victorian orchid conservation. Australasian Plant Conservation 21(3):12-14.

Richardson, M. (2012). ANPC’s 9th National Conference. Australasian Plant Conservation 21(3):4-6.

Russell, V.-J. (2013). Grasping the nettle: Role of ngos in plant conservation. Australasian Plant Conservation 21(4):5-6.

Thompson, H. and Whitbread, G. (2013). Flora of Australia online – a continental taxonomic resource for the future of Australian plant conservation. Australasian Plant Conservation 21(4):23-25.

Thorpe, M., Duval, D. and Ainsley, P. (2012). Ex-situ conservation of the rare tall yellow-top daisy (Senecio pilosicristus). Australasian Plant Conservation 21(1):18-20.

Underwood, A. and Turnbull, J. (2012). Tweed-byron bush futures project: Improving urban and peri-urban bushland sustainability in tweed and byron shires. Australasian Plant Conservation 21(1):7-9.

West, J. and Brown, B. (2013). Crossing borders for biodiversity: A focus on threatened species and biodiversity management policy. Australasian Plant Conservation 21(4):16-18.

White, M. (2013). Doing what’s best for the ecological community – protection under national environment law. Australasian Plant Conservation 21(4):13-16.

Volume 20

Adam, P. (2012). Crop wild relatives. A manual of in situ conservation [book review]. Australasian Plant Conservation 20(4):26.

Anderson, I. (2011). Continuing development of an area of Australian plants at Mallacoota, Victoria. Australasian Plant Conservation 20(2):21-22.

Benson, D. (2011). Native trees of the NSW south coast: Berry-Kangaroo valley – Nowra – Ulladulla – Batemans bay [book review]. Australasian Plant Conservation 20(2):29-30.

Beretta, M. (2012). Monitoring the Bago leek orchid (‘Prasophyllum bagoensis’). Australasian Plant Conservation 20(4):17-19.

Boon, P. I. (2011). The rehabilitation of coastal wetlands: Why small-scale variations in microtopography are critical to success. Australasian Plant Conservation 20(2):9-10.

Brundrett, M. C. (2012). The role of community groups in rare orchid monitoring in the West Australian wheatbelt. Australasian Plant Conservation 20(4):3-5.

Cameron, S. B. (2011). The bega valley shire’s coastal weeds project. Australasian Plant Conservation 20(2):15-16.

Campbell, L. (2011). Plant monitoring and building community stewardship of local endemics. Australasian Plant Conservation 20(3):12-13.

Clews, L. and McDonald, S. (2011). Restoring eastern suburbs banksia scrub in Sydney’s historic centennial parklands. Australasian Plant Conservation 20(2):13-14.

Cummings, J., Gould, L. and Fifield, G. (2011). Whole of paddock rehabilitation – landscape restoration grows up. Australasian Plant Conservation 20(1):19-20.

de Lacey, C., Bell, S., Chamberlain, S. and Bossard, K. (2012). Habitat of the leafless tongue orchid (‘Cryptostylis hunteriana’) throughout its known Australian distribution. Australasian Plant Conservation 20(4):23-25.

Donatiu, P. (2011). Conserving the rare flora of the granite belt in southern Queensland. Australasian Plant Conservation 20(1):5-6.

Driscoll, D. A. (2012). Monitoring a nutrient manipulation experiment to restore grassy box-gum woodlands. Australasian Plant Conservation 20(4):7-9.

Fethers, A. and Beretta, M. (2011). Wildlife refuge on a small private landholding in NAQ. Australasian Plant Conservation 20(1):17-18.

Foreman, P. (2011). Planting for wildlife – a practical guide to restoring native woodlands [book review]. Australasian Plant Conservation 20(3):29-30.

Foreman, P. (2011). Significant plant conservation on bush heritage reserves – the meaning of new discovery. Australasian Plant Conservation 20(1):3-4.

Fox, T. (2011). Working together for woodlands. Australasian Plant Conservation 20(1):13-15.

Freudenberger, D. and Gibson-Roy, P. (2011). Restoration as a learning process – lessons from temperate grasslands. Australasian Plant Conservation 20(3):4-6.

Gillbanks, K. (2011). Report from New Zealand plant conservation network. Australasian Plant Conservation 20(3):28.

Gillbanks, K. (2011). Report from New Zealand plant conservation network. Australasian Plant Conservation 20(2):28.

Gillbanks, K. (2011). Report from New Zealand plant conservation network. Australasian Plant Conservation 20(1):27.

Gillbanks, K. (2012). Report from New Zealand plant conservation network. Australasian Plant Conservation 20(4):25.

Golson, T. (2011). Botanic gardens plant conservation partnerships: Mackay region. Australasian Plant Conservation 20(1):22-23.

Gosling, A. (2011). Coastal 20 – $2.5 million for the restoration of 20 iconic coastal wetlands in northern new south wales and south east Queensland. Australasian Plant Conservation 20(2):3-4.

Haigh, S. (2011). Conserving coastal wetland vegetation with Wetlandcare Australia’s blue carbon program. Australasian Plant Conservation 20(2):5.

Haywood, B. (2012). Vehicle access controls monitored through photopoints. Australasian Plant Conservation 20(4):19-20.

Horton, B. M. (2012). Mitigating the effects of forest eucalypt dieback associated with psyllids and bell miners in world heritage areas. Australasian Plant Conservation 20(4):11-13.

Howard, K. (2011). Coastal plants: A guide to the identification and restoration of plants of the perth region [book review]. Australasian Plant Conservation 20(1):29.

Jusaitis, M. (2011). Serendipity during long-term monitoring of translocation trials. Australasian Plant Conservation 20(3):8-10.

Keating, J. and Donovan, K. (2011). Wetlandcare Australia expands sustainable floodplain management across the Nambucca and Bellinger catchments. Australasian Plant Conservation 20(2):7-8.

King, G. (2011). Promoting plant conservation on leasehold land in the Australian Capital Territory. Australasian Plant Conservation 20(1):15-16.

Laidlaw, M. (2012). Monitoring for climate driven floristic shift in Australian subtropical rainforest. Australasian Plant Conservation 20(4):16-17.

Lambert, G. and Pritchard, S. (2012). Introduction of pellitory into revegetated coastal dunes to attract the yellow admiral butterfly, City of Stirling, Western Australia. Australasian Plant Conservation 20(4):21-22.

Lang, C. and Tapson, N. (2011). Monitoring remnant native grassland at st. Lukes cemetery, Bothwell, Tasmania. Australasian Plant Conservation 20(3):14-15.

Lepschi, B. and Monro, A. (2011). Australian plant census: November 2011 update. Australasian Plant Conservation 20(3):25-26.

Liney, J. (2011). A natural vegetation regeneration event. Australasian Plant Conservation 20(2):17-18.

Makinson, B. (2011). President’s report. Australasian Plant Conservation 20(3):2-3.

Mathams, S. (2011). ANPC kicks off the first two workshops on ‘managing native vegetation in travelling stock reserves’. Australasian Plant Conservation 20(1):33.

Matthes, M. (2011). Getting wild about macadamias: Going it alone – passion, persistence and the good will of many. Australasian Plant Conservation 20(1):7-8.

Matthes, M. and Robinson, M. (2011). Obituary: Vale Anders Tony Bofeldt. Australasian Plant Conservation 20(2):25-26.

McLeish, T. (2011). Cross property biodiversity planning. Australasian Plant Conservation 20(1):20-21.

Munro, M. and Michael, D. (2011). Biodiversity monitoring: Branching ‘outside the box’ for box-gum grassy woodland. Australasian Plant Conservation 20(3):22-24.

O’Meara, J. and Jack, A. (2011). Measuring success in endangered species habitat management, the brickpit, Sydney Olympic Park 2006-2011. Australasian Plant Conservation 20(3):20-22.

Payne, T. (2011). Request for feedback on monitoring programs. Australasian Plant Conservation 20(3):3-4.

Proft, K. (2011). The tsr network: Linking places, linking people. Australasian Plant Conservation 20(2):22-24.

Robinson, D., Inglis, T. and Firns, S. (2011). Beyond parks and reserves – the importance of conservation on private land. Australasian Plant Conservation 20(1):11-13.

Ross, C. and Macris, A. (2012). Monitoring the effects of fire on the Button Wrinklewort (‘Rutidosis leptorrhynchoides’). Australasian Plant Conservation 20(4):13-15.

Scannell, P. (2012). The threatened Crimson Spider Orchid, Albury NSW. Australasian Plant Conservation 20(4):10-11.

Schaeper, L. (2011). Wetland weeds – causes, cures and compromises [book review]. Australasian Plant Conservation 20(3):28-29.

Sealie, L. and Kalms, B. (2012). Could crowdsourcing be used to detect and monitor invasives? Australasian Plant Conservation 20(4):6-7.

Sharp, S., Saunders, D. and Westcott, A. (2011). Act and region community-based biodiversity vegetation monitoring. Australasian Plant Conservation 20(3):6-8.

Shelly, D. (2011). Adaptive monitoring of vegetation in the Macquarie Marshes, new south wales. Australasian Plant Conservation 20(3):18-20.

Smith, Z. (2011). ANPC in the USA: Directions in science and conservation at the smithsonian institution. Australasian Plant Conservation 20(3):26-27.

Smith, Z. (2011). ANPC in the USA: Directions in science and conservation at the smithsonian institution. Australasian Plant Conservation 20(2):26-27.

Smith, Z. (2011). ANPC in the USA: Directions in science and conservation at the smithsonian institution. Australasian Plant Conservation 20(1):25-26.

Taws, N. (2011). Monitoring the endangered Tumut Grevillea (Grevillea wilkinsonii R.O. Makinson). Australasian Plant Conservation 20(3):10-12.

Taylor, M. and Kingdom, D. (2011). The Tasmanian land conservancy: Protecting Tasmania’s biodiversity through conservation on private land. Australasian Plant Conservation 20(1):9-10.

Tozer, M., Simpson, C. C., Mackenzie, B. D. and Blanche, M. (2011). Topsoil translocation: An effective method for increasing plant species diversity in restored sites. Australasian Plant Conservation 20(3):16-17.

Vernes, T. (2011). Recording aboriginal traditional knowledge at Paruku IPA, Western Australia. Australasian Plant Conservation 20(1):23-25.

White, L. (2011). Community restoration of a degraded wetland in Knockrow, New South Wales north coast. Australasian Plant Conservation 20(2):19-20.

White, R., Willcock, L. and Gibson-Roy, P. (2011). The moolapio project – a land management program conserving and enhancing coastal foreshore and wetland communities at point henry. Australasian Plant Conservation 20(2):11-12.

Volume 19

Adam, P. (2010). Letting nature take its course. Australasian Plant Conservation 19(1):3-4.

Barlow, B. (2011). Mistletoes of southern australia [book review]. Australasian Plant Conservation 19(4):31-32.

Carland, F. and Kennedy, N. (2010). Restoring critically endangered grassland on roadsides in the victorian volcanic plain. Australasian Plant Conservation 19(2):22-23.

Catterall, C. (2010). Rainforest restoration manual for south-eastern australia [book review]. Australasian Plant Conservation 19(2):36.

Celebrezze, T. (2010). Regrowth: A positive force in plant conservation. Australasian Plant Conservation 19(1):2.

Cochrane, A. (2010). Climate warming and the germination niche. Australasian Plant Conservation 19(3):6-8.

Cook, D. (2010). Climate change and threatened wetland flora and communities. Australasian Plant Conservation 19(1):24-25.

Crase, B., Duguid, A., Pengart, R. N., Jakamarra, P. W., Angal, L. P., Pengart, M. S., Kemarr, A. W., Rayner, A. and Tuckwell, R. (2011). Anmatjerre traditional ecological knowledge and conservation of antjulkinah, the giant sweet potato. Australasian Plant Conservation 19(4):12-13.

Dempster, S. (2010). Urban landscapes supporting plant conservation. Australasian Plant Conservation 19(3):9-10.

Doak, J. R. (2010). Saving the gerroa bushland. Australasian Plant Conservation 19(2):12-13.

Douglas, R., Korczynskyj, D. and Koch, J. (2010). Re-establishing the cycad ‘Macrozamia riedlei’ following mining. Australasian Plant Conservation 19(3):11-12.

Douglas, S. (2010). Desert channels: The impulse to conserve [book review]. Australasian Plant Conservation 19(3):43-44.

Dufty, N. (2010). Leading practice in the environmental management of new south wales linear reserves – the role of the nsw roadside environment committee. Australasian Plant Conservation 19(2):5-6.

Dwyer, J. M. (2010). Fostering brigalow regrowth for biodiversity conservation and carbon sequestration. Australasian Plant Conservation 19(1):15-16.

Ens, E. and Towler, G. (2011). People and plants in Arnhem land: Maintaining ecological and cultural assets using aboriginal and non-aboriginal techniques. Australasian Plant Conservation 19(4):14-15.

Fensham, R. (2010). Havens and oases – the conservation value of stock routes in Queensland. Australasian Plant Conservation 19(2):16-17.

Freudenberger, D., Carr, D. and Vyse, M. (2010). Greening Australia’s position on accounting for carbon in sinks broadly classified as ‘regrowth’. Australasian Plant Conservation 19(1):17-18.

Garlngarr, V., Gurwalwal, B., Bentley-Toon, S., Ens, E. and Towler, G. (2011). Victor Garlngarr and Barbara Gurwalwal: Caring for country in the warddeken indigenous protected area, arnhem land. Australasian Plant Conservation 19(4):3-5.

Gibson-Roy, P. (2010). Reconstructing new populations of the endangered ‘Rutidosis leptorrhynchoides’ (Button wrinklewort) at two sites in south western Victoria. Australasian Plant Conservation 19(3):13-14.

Gibson-Roy, P. (2010). ‘Regrowth’ within reconstructed species-rich grasslands – observations of opportunities taken up by a range of trophic levels. Australasian Plant Conservation 19(1):21-22.

Gibson-Roy, P. (2010). Temperate woodland conservation and management [book review]. Australasian Plant Conservation 19(3):41.

Gilfedder, L. (2010). Tasmania’s temperate grassland linear remnants and the Tunbridge long paddock. Australasian Plant Conservation 19(2):24-25.

Golson, T. (2010). Botanic gardens partnership to help conserve threatened species. Australasian Plant Conservation 19(3):38-39.

Good, R. (2010). Australian palms, biogeography, ecology and systematics [book review]. Australasian Plant Conservation 19(1):32.

Green, J., Alletson, T. and Reichelt-Brushett, A. (2011). Saltmarsh restoration: Success story with future benefits for many partners. Australasian Plant Conservation 19(4):21-23.

Hancock, D. (2010). Report from New Zealand plant conservation network. Australasian Plant Conservation 19(3):39.

Hancock, D. (2010). Report from New Zealand plant conservation network. Australasian Plant Conservation 19(1):30.

Hensen, M. (2010). Planting wetlands and dams: A practical guide to wetland design, construction and propagation (2nd edition) [book review]. Australasian Plant Conservation 19(1):34.

Hensen, M. (2010). Wetland habitats: A practical guide to restoration and management [book review]. Australasian Plant Conservation 19(2):37-38.

Hill, R., Turpin, G., Canendo, W., Standley, P.-M., Crayn, D., Warne, S.-J., Keith, K., Addicott, E. and Zich, F. (2011). Indigenous-driven tropical ethnobotany. Australasian Plant Conservation 19(4):24-25.

Hogbin, T. (2010). Progressing from single species recovery planning to multi-species recovery across the landscape: A case study from the hunter valley, new south wales. Australasian Plant Conservation 19(3):15-16.

Huston, R. and Dufty, P. (2010). Ongoing recovery of ‘Acacia chapmanii’ subsp. ‘Australis’: A case study in adaptive management. Australasian Plant Conservation 19(3):17-18.

Johnson, R. and McDonald, W. (2010). The brigalow reference area – a unique linear remnant. Australasian Plant Conservation 19(2):18-19.

Johnston, S. and Good, R. (2010). The benefits of restored linear vegetation corridors for biodiversity conservation – a case study. Australasian Plant Conservation 19(2):20-21.

Keighery, G. and Keighery, B. (2010). Hidden treasures: Documenting localised variants of the flora of the swan coastal plain. Australasian Plant Conservation 19(3):19-20.

Kern, L. (2010). Flora of the Otway plain and ranges 1. Orchids, irises, lilies, grass-trees, mat-rushes and other petaloid monocotyledons [book review]. Australasian Plant Conservation 19(2):35.

Kern, L. (2010). Forest phoenix: How a great forest recovers after wildfire [book review]. Australasian Plant Conservation 19(3):42-43.

King, W. (2011). Indigenous plant conservation, Guanaba indigenous protected area, Queensland. Australasian Plant Conservation 19(4):16-17.

Kramer, A. T. (2011). A renewed global strategy for plant conservation and other cop10 outcomes. Australasian Plant Conservation 19(4):26-28.

Kramer, A. T. and Havens, K. (2010). Assessing botanical capacity in the united states: Gaps identified and strategic recommendations made to maximise conservation success. Australasian Plant Conservation 19(3):21-23.

Krauss, S., Sinclair, L., Stingemore, J. and Hufford, K. (2010). A practical genetic contribution towards best-practice seed-sourcing guidelines for ecological restoration. Australasian Plant Conservation 19(3):23-24.

Laing, M. (2010). An innovative regional roadside environment toolkit. Australasian Plant Conservation 19(2):10-11.

Lawson, B. (2010). Protecting regrowth vegetation in Queensland: A case study in sustainable land management. Australasian Plant Conservation 19(1):7-8.

Lunt, I. D., Allan, C., Spooner, P., Thwaites, R. and Morgan, J. (2010). Managing regrowth in Australia’s changing rural landscape: A social phenomenon. Australasian Plant Conservation 19(1):5-6.

Macfarlane, T. D. and Brown, A. P. (2010). Unexpected richness of ‘Wurmbea’ species in the Midwest, Murchison and Gascoyne rangelands, Western Australia. Australasian Plant Conservation 19(3):25-26.

Macfarlane, T. D. and Hearn, R. W. (2010). An interesting plant community of hypo-saline seasonal lakes in the muir-unicup catchment, western Australia. Australasian Plant Conservation 19(3):27-29.

Macneall, C. (2010). Threatened flora and western Australia’s roadside remnants. Australasian Plant Conservation 19(2):26.

Makinson, B. (2010). ANPC annual general meeting, 26 November 2010: President’s report. Australasian Plant Conservation 19(3):3-5.

Mathams, S. (2010). New workshops for managing native vegetation in travelling stock reserves. Australasian Plant Conservation 19(2):27.

Matthes, M. (2010). Building our knowledge of the inter-relationships between plants and insects: Some books that assist. Australasian Plant Conservation 19(2):30.

Matthes, M. (2010). The complete field guide to stick and leaf insects of Australia [book review]. Australasian Plant Conservation 19(2):40.

Matthes, M. (2010). The complete field guide to the butterflies of Australia [book review]. Australasian Plant Conservation 19(2):41.

Matthes, M. (2010). The flowering of Australia’s rainforests: A plant and pollination miscellany [book review]. Australasian Plant Conservation 19(1):33.

Matthes, M. (2010). A guide to Australian moths [book review]. Australasian Plant Conservation 19(2):40-41.

Matthes, M. (2010). A guide to the beetles of Australia [book review]. Australasian Plant Conservation 19(2):38-39.

Matthes, M. (2010). A guide to the katydids of Australia [book review]. Australasian Plant Conservation 19(2):39.

Matthes, M. and Robinson, M. V. (2010). Considering regrowth in ecological assessments: Where science, policy, legislation and assessment don’t meet. Australasian Plant Conservation 19(1):19-20.

Mattiske, E. (2010). Engaging with industry in plant conservation – state of play in 2010. Australasian Plant Conservation 19(3):29-31.

McElroy, A. (2011). Jidaanga cultural project, New South Wales – the endangered orchid ‘Phaius australis’. Australasian Plant Conservation 19(4):19-21.

McTernan, R., Kennedy, R. and Munro, M. (2011). Finding common ground in north-east Victoria. Australasian Plant Conservation 19(4):5-7.

Murdock, N., Mattiske, E. and Woolard, C. (2010). Searching for ‘Conospermum toddii’ in the Great Victoria Desert, Western Australia. Australasian Plant Conservation 19(3):32-33.

Newton, G. (2011). Floodplain wetland biota in the Murray-Darling bBsin: Water and habitat requirements [book review]. Australasian Plant Conservation 19(4):32-33.

Paltridge, R., Latz, P., Pickburn, A., Ward, M., Ward, J. and Davey, M. (2011). Working with anangu to conserve rare plants in the Anangu Pitjantjatjara Yankunytjatjara lands of South Sustralia. Australasian Plant Conservation 19(4):10-11.

Patari, M. (2010). Long-stem planting. Australasian Plant Conservation 19(1):27-28.

Potter, K. (2011). Boorabee and the willows indigenous protected area, new south wales. Australasian Plant Conservation 19(4):18-19.

Purdie, R. (2010). From the editor. Australasian Plant Conservation 19(3):2.

Purdie, R. (2010). From the editor. Australasian Plant Conservation 19(2):2-3.

Purdie, R. (2011). From the editor. Australasian Plant Conservation 19(4):2-3.

Purdie, R. (2010). What family does this plant belong to now? Australasian Plant Conservation 19(2):31-32.

Richardson, M. (2010). A handbook of the world’s conifers [book review]. Australasian Plant Conservation 19(3):40.

Ruthrof, K. X. and Valentine, L. E. (2010). Ecological, economic and social challenges, restoration filters and planning for the unknown. Australasian Plant Conservation 19(3):34-35.

Shedley, E., Coates, D. and Burrows, N. (2010). Fire responses of threatened flora in Western Australia. Australasian Plant Conservation 19(3):36-37.

Sillitoe, P. (2010). Regrowth and conservation in new guinea. Australasian Plant Conservation 19(1):13-14.

Smiles, B. and Blakester, A. (2010). The campaign to protect travelling stock routes. Australasian Plant Conservation 19(2):14-15.

Smith, Z. (2010). ANPC in the USA: Directions in science and conservation at the Smithsonian institution. Australasian Plant Conservation 19(1):29-30.

Smith, Z. (2010). ANPC in the USA: Directions in science and conservation at the Smithsonian institution. Australasian Plant Conservation 19(2):32-33.

Smith, Z. (2011). ANPC in the USA: Directions in science and conservation at the Smithsonian institution. Australasian Plant Conservation 19(4):28-29.

Spooner, P. (2010). Guest editorial: Conservation management of linear vegetation remnants in Australia. Australasian Plant Conservation 19(2):3-4.

Standish, R., Prober, S. and Wiehl, G. (2010). Fencing to exclude livestock grazing enhances biodiversity values of remnant york gum-jam woodlands in Western Australia. Australasian Plant Conservation 19(1):22-23.

Standish, R. J. (2010). Regrowth in south-western Australia: Challenges and opportunities. Australasian Plant Conservation 19(1):11-12.

Stokes, J., Tack, E., Stuart, S. and Roberts, K. (2010). Working collaboratively to restore connectivity in the south west slopes bioregion of new south wales. Australasian Plant Conservation 19(2):7-9.

Venning, D. (2010). Update on seed accreditation project in Western Australia. Australasian Plant Conservation 19(3):37-38.

Wannan, B. (2010). Geographical information system-based habitat modelling and conservation assessment of threatened plants on Cape York Peninsula. Australasian Plant Conservation 19(2):28-29.

Wellman, L. (2011). A collaborative pathway to working on country – the northern rivers journey. Australasian Plant Conservation 19(4):7-9.

Whipp, R. (2010). Decline of Ruppia species in the Coorong Lagoons, SA. Australasian Plant Conservation 19(1):25-26.

Witt, G. and Beeton, R. (2010). Conservation and the mulgalands of eastern Australia: An unusual case of regrowth. Australasian Plant Conservation 19(1):9-10.

Volume 18

Adam, P. (2010). Australia’s biodiversity and climate change [book review]. Australasian Plant Conservation  18(4):32-33.

Ainsley, P. and Pill, A. (2010). Adelaide botanic gardens first creek wetland aquifer storage and recovery project. Australasian Plant Conservation  18(4):22-23.

Armstrong, E. (2009). Ex situ success: The role of the australian national botanic gardens in native plant conservation. Australasian Plant Conservation  18(2):11-12.

Arvidsson, D. (2009). Getting the message across at Mackay regional botanic gardens: Flora conservation through fauna interaction. Australasian Plant Conservation  18(2):21-22.

Bell, S. (2009). Defining and mapping an endangered ecological community within Lake Macquarie local government area, new south wales. Australasian Plant Conservation  18(3):18-19.

Blake, A. (2009). Protecting swamp sheoke: An endangered species of Victoria’s Wimmera woodlands. Australasian Plant Conservation  18(1):14-15.

Braddick, B. (2009). Threatened species a vital element in Tondoon botanic gardens, Gladstone. Australasian Plant Conservation  18(2):23-24.

Bradey, A. (2009). Habitat 141: A people project. Australasian Plant Conservation  18(1):12-13.

Bradey, R. (2009). Conservation covenants: Why bother? Australasian Plant Conservation  18(1):15-16.

Brodie, L. (2010). Restoring natural areas in australia [book review]. Australasian Plant Conservation  18(4):31-32.

Burgess, A. and Richardson, M. (2009). A global tree conservation role for an international arboretum in canberra. Australasian Plant Conservation  18(3):22-23.

Caddick, L. and Ford, J. (2009). Establishing a resilient local government conservation reserve network on public land on the gold coast, queensland. Australasian Plant Conservation 18(3):9-11.

Campbell, A. (2009). ANPC second national forum guest presentation it’s time to renew landcare. Australasian Plant Conservation 18(1):2-5.

Campbell, D. (2009). Vegetation conservation programs in hornsby shire, new south wales. Australasian Plant Conservation 18(3):25-27.

Chow, W., Vogwill, R. and Forbes, M. (2010). Floristic values and hydrological threats to freshwater claypans in drummond nature reserve, western australia. Australasian Plant Conservation  18(4):13-14.

Convery, B. (2009). Conservation partnerships in the red centre: Olive pink botanic gardens. Australasian Plant Conservation  18(2):17-19.

Coyle, M. (2009). A local government’s use of resilience based mapping in ecological restoration, queensland. Australasian Plant Conservation  18(3):13-14.

Crompton, A. (2009). Why local government is a minor player in plant conservation in South Australia. Australasian Plant Conservation  18(3):32-33.

Dalgliesh, L. (2009). Australian saltmarsh ecology [book review]. Australasian Plant Conservation  18(1):33-34.

Doolan, C. (2009). Native landscaping in the redlands, Queensland. Australasian Plant Conservation  18(3):20-21.

Drinnan, I. N. (2009). Planning and implementing conservation networks in Sutherland shire, New South Wales. Australasian Plant Conservation  18(3):5-6.

Duncan, A. (2009). The council of heads of Australia’s botanic gardens: Working together now and for the future. Australasian Plant Conservation  18(2):25-26.

Fasola, T. (2010). Medicinal plants of Nigeria’s savannah areas under threat. Australasian Plant Conservation  18(4):26-27.

Foreman, P. (2009). How can ecosystem function be placed at the heart of regional biodiversity conservation projects? Australasian Plant Conservation  18(1):17-18.

Francis, D. and Bishop, N. (2009). Gold coast city council’s vegetation community representation project, queensland. Australasian Plant Conservation  18(3):7-9.

Gibson-Roy, P. (2009). Field trip visit to the grassy groundcover research project’s site at Moyston. Australasian Plant Conservation  18(1):31-32.

Glasson, G. and Britza, K. (2009). Natural area planning in the shire of Kalamunda, Western Australia. Australasian Plant Conservation  18(3):11-13.

Goetze, K. and Sandow, D. (2010). Removing the devils claw from Gregory National Park, northern territory. Australasian Plant Conservation  18(4):19-20.

Good, R. (2010). Forest pattern and ecological process a synthesis of 25 years of research [book review]. Australasian Plant Conservation  18(4):33-34.

Good, R. (2010). A new organisation supporting wetland restoration, management and research in the murray darling. Australasian Plant Conservation  18(4):25-26.

Good, R., Taylor, D., Fethers, S., Cosgrove, C., McAuliffe, J., Nicotra, A., Steadman, K. and Hoyle, G. (2009). Australian national botanic gardens: Protecting alpine plants in the face of climate change. Australasian Plant Conservation  18(2):13-14.

Good, R., Wright, G., Hope, G. and Whinam, J. (2010). The impacts of increasing solar ultraviolet light on the wetland mires of the mainland australian alps. Australasian Plant Conservation  18(4):3-4.

Gosling, A. and Cobcroft, N. (2010). Conserving the endangered montane wetlands of the New England Tablelands. Australasian Plant Conservation  18(4):7-8.

Hamilton, B. and Twycross, L. (2009). Dealing with complexity: Integrated natural resource management, local government and biodiversity conservation in the perth region. Australasian Plant Conservation  18(3):30-31.

Hensen, M. and Mahony, E. (2010). Reversing drivers of degradation in Blue Mountains and Newnes Plateau shrub swamp endangered ecological communities. Australasian Plant Conservation  18(4):5-6.

Herbert, I. and Herbert, C. (2009). Does queensland do it better?: Three nature refuges in central Queensland. Australasian Plant Conservation  18(1):29-31.

Heyward, K. (2010). Supporting the wetland community to protect and restore Australian wetlands. Australasian Plant Conservation  18(4):24-25.

Hopper, S. D. (2009). Guest editorial: Botanic gardens as 21st century enablers of plant diversity conservation for human welfare. Australasian Plant Conservation  18(2):2-3.

Jacka, S., McKevitt, C. and Alletson, T. (2009). Aerial mapping of two riparian vine weeds in tweed shire, new south wales. Australasian Plant Conservation  18(3):15-16.

James, L. (2009). Understanding species and landscapes: Conservation research at the royal botanic gardens melbourne. Australasian Plant Conservation  18(2):9-10.

Jusaitis, M. and Ainsley, P. (2009). Plant conservation research at adelaide botanic gardens: Addressing threats to critically endangered species. Australasian Plant Conservation  18(2):6-7.

Just, K. and French, G. (2010). Vegetation management and hydrological restoration of bolin bolin billabong, victoria. Australasian Plant Conservation  18(4):11-12.

Lane, S. (2009). Plant conservation in the australian capital territory. Australasian Plant Conservation  18(3):28-29.

Lepschi, B. and Monro, A. (2009). Australian plant census: August 2009 update. Australasian Plant Conservation  18(2):27.

Liney, J. (2009). Eurobodalla regional botanic gardens looking after Ziera adenophora, a south coast special. Australasian Plant Conservation  18(2):19-20.

Lovett, S. (2009). People, passion and place: Connecting for conservation. Australasian Plant Conservation  18(1):6-7.

Makinson, B. (2009). Anpc annual general meeting, 27 november 2009: President’s report. Australasian Plant Conservation  18(3):2-4.

Makinson, B. (2009). A note from the president. Australasian Plant Conservation  18(1):2.

Mathams, S. (2009). From the editor. Australasian Plant Conservation  18(3):1-2.

McCallum, C. (2009). New generation botanic garden: Mount annan. Australasian Plant Conservation  18(2):15-16.

Mellick, E., Brown, J. and Jones, M. (2009). A ‘bottom up’ approach to landscape restoration. Australasian Plant Conservation  18(1):21-22.

Moore, K. (2009). The role of markets in conservation: The opportunities and constraints for landholders in the uptake of market-based instruments. Australasian Plant Conservation  18(1):23.

Newton, G. (2010). Wetlands of the murray-darling basin: Epbc act threatened ecological communities? Australasian Plant Conservation  18(4):9-10.

Nicholls, M. (2009). People, passion and place: Millie’s story. Australasian Plant Conservation  18(1):8-9.

Nicolson, E. (2009). People, passion and place: Biz’s story. Australasian Plant Conservation  18(1):10-11.

Oddie, N. (2009). Victoria’s plains tender: A farmer’s experience. Australasian Plant Conservation  18(1):24-25.

Parker, L. (2009). Glenelg hopkins catchment management authority: Habitat network action plan. Australasian Plant Conservation  18(1):28-29.

Pattison, M. (2010). Rehabilitating a dry wetland on the southern tablelands of new south wales. Australasian Plant Conservation  18(4):15-16.

Pearce, L. (2009). Minding our own biodiversity: Protect and produce. Australasian Plant Conservation  18(1):19-20.

Purdie, R. (2009). From the editor. Australasian Plant Conservation  18(2):1.

Purdie, R. (2009). From the editor. Australasian Plant Conservation  18(1):1.

Purdie, R. (2010). From the editor. Australasian Plant Conservation  18(4):2.

Rowe, R. (2009). National environment law (EPBC Act): Responsibility and opportunity. Australasian Plant Conservation  18(1):26-27.

Scott, E. (2010). Report from new zealand plant conservation network. Australasian Plant Conservation  18(4):29.

Siemon, J. (2009). The bizarre and incredible world of plants [book review]. Australasian Plant Conservation  18(3):36.

Smith, Z. (2009). ANPC in the USA. Australasian Plant Conservation  18(3):34-35.

Smith, Z. (2009). ANPC in the USA: Directions in science and conservation at the smithsonian institution. Australasian Plant Conservation  18(2):28-29.

Smith, Z. (2010). ANPC in the USA: Directions in science and conservation at the smithsonian institution. Australasian Plant Conservation  18(4):28.

Stanley, B. (2009). Report from New Zealand plant conservation network. Australasian Plant Conservation  18(3):35.

Stanley, B. (2009). Report from New Zealand plant conservation network. Australasian Plant Conservation  18(2):30.

Stanley, B. (2009). Report from New Zealand plant conservation network. Australasian Plant Conservation  18(1):32.

Todd, J. (2009). Growing private land biodiversity in Victoria: The potential role of market-based instruments. Australasian Plant Conservation  18(1):23.

Webb, M. (2009). Botanic gardens and the conservation of australian native plants: Examples from kings park and botanic garden, perth. Australasian Plant Conservation  18(2):4-5.

Whigham, D. F., Kettenring, K. M., McCormick, M. K. and Baron, H. (2010). The invasion of common reed (‘Phragmites australis’) in chesapeake bay, USA. Australasian Plant Conservation  18(4):17-18.

White, L. and Owers, G. (2010). Tackling wetland weeds: Reducing impacts and restoring native vegetation on the far north coast of New South Wales. Australasian Plant Conservation  18(4):20-22.

Wilson, C. (2009). Local government involvement in western australia’s roadside vegetation management. Australasian Plant Conservation  18(3):17-18.

Wilson, E. (2009). Protecting the Western Australian wheatbelt’s natural assets. Australasian Plant Conservation  18(3):24-25.

Wood, J. and Fountain, M. (2009). Germination data sharing @ the royal tasmanian botanical gardens, hobart. Australasian Plant Conservation  18(2):8.

 

 

 

 

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