Botanic Gardens Trust, Sydney, Australia

Cunninghamia Volume 10

Volume 10(1) 2007

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  • Keith L. McDougall and Neville G. Walsh (2007) Treeless vegetation of the Australian Alps. Cunninghamia 10(1): 1-57.

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  • J. M. Shannon and J. W. Morgan (2007) Floristic variation in Sphagnum-dominated peatland communities of the Central Highlands, Victoria. Cunninghamia 10(1): 59-76.

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  • John T. Hunter and Dorothy Bell (2007) Vegetation of montane bogs in east-flowing catchments of northern New England,  New South Wales. Cunninghamia 10(1): 77-92.

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  • S. J. Griffith and R. Wilson  (2007) Wallum on the Nabiac Pleistocene barriers, lower North Coast of New South Wales. Cunninghamia 10(1):  93-111.

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  • Doug Benson and Georgina Eldershaw  (2007) Backdrop to encounter: the 1770 landscape of Botany Bay, the plants collected by Banks and Solander and rehabilitation of natural vegetation at Kurnell. Cunninghamia 10(1):  113-137.

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  • John R. Hosking, Barry J. Conn, Brendan J. Lepschi and Clive H. Barker (2007) Plant species first recognised as naturalised for New South Wales in 2002 and 2003, with additional comments on species recognised as naturalised in 2000–2001. Cunninghamia 10(1): 139-166.

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Volume 10(2) 2007

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  • Petrus C. Heyligers (2007) The role of currents in the dispersal of introduced seashore plants around Australia. Cunninghamia 10(2): 167-188.

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  • David J. Eldridge, Terry B. Koen and Louise Harrison (2007) Plant composition of three woodland communities of variable condition in the western Riverina, New South Wales, Australia. Cunninghamia 10(2): 189-198.

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  • M.O. Rankin, W.S Semple, B.W. Murphy and T.B. Koen (2007) Is there a close association between ‘soils’ and ‘vegetation’? A case study from central western New South Wales. Cunninghamia 10(2): 199-214.

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  • John T. Hunter (2007) Vegetation of Imbota and Yina Nature Reserves, Armidale, New South Wales. Cunninghamia 10(2): 215-224.

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  • A. J. Downing, E. A. Brown, R. J. Oldfield, P. M. Selkirk and R. Coveny (2007) Bryophytes and their distribution in the Blue Mountains region of New South Wales. Cunninghamia 10(2): 225-254.

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  • J. Benson and C. Allen (2007) Vegetation associated with Wollemia nobilis (Araucariaceae). Cunninghamia 10(2): 255-262.

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  • Jackie Miles and Stuart Cameron (2007) Observations on the ecology and conservation status of Haloragis exalata subsp. exalata (Haloragaceae) in southern New South Wales. Cunninghamia 10(2): 263-272.

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  • R. J. Fensham, J. Silcock  and A. Biggs (2007) Vegetation-soil relations in a highly sodic landscape, Yelarbon, southern Queensland. Cunninghamia 10(2): 273-284.

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  • J. E. Kemp, R. J., Lovatt, J. C. Bahr, C. P. Kahler and C. N. Appelman (2007) Pre-clearing vegetation of the coastal lowlands of the Wet Tropics Bioregion, North Queensland. Cunninghamia 10(2): 285.

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Volume 10(3) 2008

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  • Stephen A.J. Bell (2008) Rare or threatened vascular plant species of Wollemi National Park, central eastern New South Wales. Cunninghamia 10(3): 331-371.

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  • D.L. Binns and P. Meek (2008)  Population size, habitat and conservation status of an Endangered spe-cies, Macrozamia johnsonii (Zamiaceae). Cunninghamia 10(3): 373-380.

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  • Timothy J. Curran, Peter J. Clarke and Jeremy J. Bruhl  (2008) A broad typology of dry rainforests on the western slopes of New South Wales. Cunninghamia 10(3): 381-407.

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  • R. D. Lang (2008) Defining the original extent and floristic composition of the naturally-treeless grass-lands of the Liverpool Plains, North Western Slopes, New South Wales. Cunninghamia 10(3): 408-421.

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  • Stephen D. Skull and Robert A. Congdon (2008) Floristics, structure and site characteristics of Me-laleuca viridiflora (Myrtaceae) dominated open woodlands of the wet tropics lowlands. Cunninghamia 10(3): 423-438.

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  • John T. Hunter and Paul Sheringham (2008) Vegetation and floristic diversity in Gibraltar Range and part of Washpool National Parks, New South Wales. Cunninghamia 10(3): 439-474.

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  • Dorothy M. Bell, John T. Hunter and Robert. J. Haworth (2008) Montane lakes (lagoons) of the New England Tablelands Bioregion. Cunninghamia 10(3): 475-492.

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  • Petrus C. Heyligers (2008) Flora of the Stockton and Port Hunter sandy foreshores with comments on fifteen notable introduced species. Cunninghamia 10(3): 493-511.

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Volume 10(4) 2009

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  • V.J. Neldner and D. W. Butler (2009) Is 500m2 an effective plot size to sample floristic diversity for Queensland’s vegetation? Cunninghamia 10(4): 513-519.

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  • Don W. Butler and Rod J. Fensham (2009) Lose the plot: cost-effective survey of the Peak Range, central Queensland. Cunninghamia 10(4): 521-538.

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  • Ian Hutton, Robert Coenraads, Tony D. Auld, Andrew J. Denham, M. K. J. Ooi and Dianne Brown (2009) Herbicide impacts on exotic grasses and a population of the critically endangered herb Calystegia affinis (Convolvulaceae) on Lord Howe Island. Cunninghamia 10(4): 539-545.

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  • T.D. Penman, D.L. Binns, R.M. Allen, R.J. Shiels and S.H. Plummer (2009) Germination responses of a dry sclerophyll forest soil-stored seedbank to fire related cues. Cunninghamia 10(4): 547-555.

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  • Donna L. Lewis, Peter B. Brocklehurst, Richard Thackway and Jason V. Hill (2009) Adopting national vegetation guidelines and the National Vegetation Information System (NVIS) framework in the Northern Territory. Cunninghamia 10(4): 557-567.

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  • S.J. Griffith and R. Wilson (2009) Wetland biodiversity in coastal New South Wales: the Wallis Lake catchment as a case study. Cunninghamia 10(4): 569-598.

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  • J.S. Benson (2009) New South Wales Vegetation Classification and Assessment: Part 2 Plant communities of the NSW South-western Slopes Bioregion and update of NSW Western Plains plant communities, Version 2 of the NSWVCA database. Cunninghamia 10(4): 599-673.

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