Botanic Gardens Trust, Sydney, Australia

Cunninghamia Volume 11

Volume 11(1) 2009

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  • Petrus C. Heyligers (2009) Formation of, and succession on, Atriplex cinerea-induced dune ridges in the Entrance Point Scientific Reference Area, Wilsons Promontory National Park, Victoria. Cunninghamia 11(1): 1-26.

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  • Claire Moxham, Steve Sinclair, Gidja Walker and Imelda Douglas (2009) The vegetation of the Nepean Peninsula, Victoria - an historical perspective. Cunninghamia 11(1): 27-47.

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  • John T. Hunter and Dorothy Bell (2009) The Carex Fen vegetation of northern New South Wales. Cunninghamia 11(1): 49-64

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  • Cathy M.Waters, Gavin Melville and Surrey Jacobs (2009) Association of five Austrodanthonia species (family Poaceae) with large and small scale environmental features in central western New South Wales. Cunninghamia 11(1): 65-80.

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  • W.S. Semple, M.O. Rankin, I.A. Cole and T.B. Koen (2009) Four rural cemeteries in central western NSW: Islands of Australiana in a European sea? Cunninghamia 11(1): 81-96.

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  • George N. Batianoff, Gillian C. Naylor, Hans A. Dillewaard and V. John Neldner (2009) Plant strategies, dispersal and origins of flora at the northern Coral Sea Islands Territory, Australia. Cunninghamia 11(1): 97-106.

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  • George N. Batianoff, Gillian C. Naylor, John Olds and V. John Neldner (2009) Distribution patterns, weed incursions and origins of terrestrial flora at the Capricorn-Bunker Islands, Great Barrier Reef, Australia. Cunninghamia 11(1): 107-121.

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  • Stephen Harris, Justine Shaw and Nepelle Crane (2009) Planning the integration of ex situ plant conservation in Tasmania. Cunninghamia 11(1): 123-130.

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  • P.J.Kubiak (2009) Some fire responses of bushland plants after the January 1994 wildfires in northern Sydney. Cunninghamia 11(1): 131-165.

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Volume 11(2) 2009

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Short Communication

  • Peter Coyne (2009) Phormium tenax (New Zealand Flax) - Norfolk Island native? Cunninghamia11(2): 167-170.

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  • Kevin Mills (2009) Was Phormium tenax introduced to Norfolk Island by the Polynesians? Cunninghamia 11(2): 171-175.

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  • R.F. Parsons and N. Gibson (2009) The cushion plants of lowland southern Australia. Cunninghamia 11(2): 177-184.

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  • Geoff Winning and Neil Saintilan (2009) Vegetation changes in Hexham Swamp, Hunter River, New South Wales, since the construction of floodgates in 1971. Cunninghamia 11(2): 185-194.

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  • Doug Benson and Diana Picone (2009) Monitoring vegetation change over 30 years: lessons from an urban bushland reserve in Sydney. Cunninghamia 11(2): 195-202.

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  • Amelia J. Martyn , Leahwyn U. Seed , Mark K.J. Ooi and Catherine A. Offord (2009) Seed fill, viability and germination of NSW species in the family Rutaceae. Cunninghamia 11(2): 203-212.

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  • A.M. Dimech, P.K. Ades, P.W.J. Taylor, R. Cross and R. Ford (2009) Population diversity of Doryanthes excelsa (Doryanthaceae) in eastern Australia. Cunninghamia 11(2): 213-219.

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  • Peter J. Clarke, Kirsten J.E. Knox, Monica L. Campbell and Lachlan M. Copeland (2009) Post-fire recovery of woody plants in the New England Tableland Bioregion. Cunninghamia 11(2): 221-239.

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  • Stephen A.J. Bell (2009) Vegetation and floristics of Columbey National Park, lower Hunter Valley, New South Wales. Cunninghamia 11(2): 241-271.

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Volume 11(3) 2010

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Short contributions accepted for publication in Cunninghamia 11(3) are placed on the web in advance of the full issue.

Short Communication

  • R.F. Parsons (2010) Whipcord plants: a comparison of south-eastern Australia with New Zealand. Cunninghamia 11(3): 277-281.

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  • Doug Benson & Lotte von Richter (2010) Recent ecological observations on growth rates and seed production in Isopogon rostratus (Proteaceae), a little-known prostrate shrub from south-eastern NSW and Victoria. Cunninghamia 11(3): 283-286.
 

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  • Doug Beckers and Catherine A. Offord  (2010) Waratah theft in Brisbane Water National Park - An analysis of the blue paint poaching reduction program. Cunninghamia 11(3): 287-293.

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  • Robert Payne, Ross Wellington and Michael Somervill (2010) Coastal sandplain vegetation at Brisbane Water and Broken Bay - reconstructing the past to plan for the future. Cunninghamia 11(3): 295-317.

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  • S. McIntyre, J. Stol, J. Harvey, A. O. Nicholls, M. Campbell, A. Reid, A. D. Manning and D. Lindenmayer (2010) Biomass and floristic patterns in the ground layer vegetation of box-gum grassy eucalypt woodland in Goorooyarroo and Mulligans Flat Nature Reserves, Australian Capital Territory. Cunninghamia 11(3): 319-357.
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  • M.G. Tozer, K. Turner, D.A. Keith, D. Tindall, C. Pennay, C.Simpson, B. MacKenzie, P. Beukers and S. Co (2010) Native vegetation of southeast NSW: a revised classification and map for the coast and eastern tablelands. Cunninghamia 11(3): 359-406.

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Appendix 1
Appendix 2
Appendix 3A
Appendix 3B
Appendix 3C
Appendix 3D
Appendix 3E
Appendix 3F
Appendix 4
Appendix 5
Appendix 6

 

 

Volume 11(4) 2010

Maps published as separate sheets indicated by #. 

Short contributions accepted for publication in Cunninghamia 11(4) are placed on the web in advance of the full issue.

Short Communication

  • Kevin Mills (2010) Defining indigenous plants: some problematic species from Norfolk Island. Cunninghamia 11(4): 409-412.

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  • R.F. Parsons and Tatia M.Zubrinich (2010) The green-leaved variant of Eucalyptus largiflorens: a story involving hybridization and observant local people. Cunninghamia 11(4): 415-418.

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  • I.R.K. Sluiter (2010) On the distribution, ecology and conservation status of three rare plant taxa Zygophyllum compressum, Elachanth. Cunninghamia 11(4): 419-424.
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  • Tim Hager and Doug Benson (2010) The Eucalypts of Greater Blue Mountains World Heritage Area: distribution, classification and habitats of the species of Eucalyptus, Angophora and Corymbia (family Myrtaceae) recorded in its eight conservation reserves. Cunninghamia 11(4): 425-444.

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  • Claire Moxham, Vivienne Turner, Gidja Walker and Imelda Douglas (2010) 28 years of vegetation change (1978-2006) in a calcareous coastal dune system. Cunninghamia 11(4): 445-456.

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  • J.S. Benson, P.G. Richards, S. Waller and C.B. Allen (2010) New South Wales Vegetation classification and Assessment: Part 3 Plant communities of the 457 NSW Brigalow Belt South, Nandewar and west New England Bioregions and update of NSW Western Plains and South-western Slopes plant communities, Version 3 of the NSWVCA database. Cunninghamia 11(4): 457-579.

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