Botanic Gardens Trust, Sydney, Australia

Cunninghamia Volume 12

Volume 12(1) 2011

Maps published as separate sheets indicated by #. 

Short Communication

  • I.R.K. Sluiter and K.R Sluiter On the ecology, distribution and conservation status of Vittadinia blackii (Asteraceae) in Australia.
    Cunninghamia (2011) 12(1): 1-5.

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Research Paper

  • M. Westbrooke, S. Gowans and M. Gibson
    The vegetation of the Coonavitra area, Paroo Darling National Park, western New South Wales.
    Cunninghamia (2011) 12(1): 7-27.

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Research Paper

  • R.J. Williams, C.B. Allen and J. Kelleway
    Saltmarsh of the Parramatta River-Sydney Harbour: determination of cover and species composition including comparison of API and pedestrian survey.
    Cunninghamia (2011) 12(1): 29-43.

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Research Paper

  • K. A. Johnson and P. B. McQuillan
    Comparative floral presentation and bee-pollination in two Sprengelia species (Ericaceae).
    Cunninghamia (2011) 12(1): 45-51.

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Research Paper

  • W. Morgan  and C. Nield 
    Contrasting effects of fire severity on regeneration of the dominant woody species in two coastal plant communities at Wilsons Promontory, Victoria.
    Cunninghamia (2011) 12(1): 53 - 60.

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Research Paper

  • D. Benson 
    Native plants of Sydney Harbour National Park: historical records and species lists, and their value for conservation monitoring.
    Cunninghamia (2011) 12 (1): 61 - 84.

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Research Paper

  • J.R. Hosking, B. J. Conn, B. J. Lepschi and C. H. Barker 
    Plant species first recognised as naturalised or naturalising for New South Wales in 2004 and 2005.
    Cunninghamia (2011) 12 (1): 85-114.

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Volume 12(2) 2011

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Short Communication

  • John T. Hunter
    A broad brush-stroke test of an assumption: does increasing Callitris cover reduce native species richness (species density)?
    Cunninghamia (2011) 12(1): 115.

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Short Communication

  • Michael D. Doherty, Geoffrey Robertson, Danny Corcoran, and Genevieve Wright
    Cool Temperate Rainforest in the Pilot Wilderness Area, Kosciuszko National Park, New South Wales: Distribution, composition and impact of the 2003 fires.
    Cunninghamia (2011) 12(2): 119.

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Short Communication

  • Diane Warman and Doug Beckers
    Status of the Vulnerable shrub Astrotrichacrassifolia (Araliaceae) in Brisbane Water National Park, NSW: an update.
    Cunninghamia (2011) 12(2): 129.

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Short Communication

  • Tony D. Auld, Sue Bower and Ian Hutton
    Assessing the conservation status of the grass Elymus multiflorus subsp. kingianus on Lord Howe Island, NSW.
    Cunninghamia (2011) 12(2): 137-142.
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Research Paper

  • Stephen A.J. Bell and Mark Stables
    Floristic variability, distribution and an extension of range for the endangered Pittwater Spotted Gum Forest, Central Coast, New South Wales.
    Cunninghamia (2012) 12(2): 143-152.

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Research Paper

  • Steve Sinclair and Paul Boon 
    Changes in the area of coastal marsh in Victoria since the mid 19th century.
    Cunninghamia (2102)12 (2): 153-176.
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Volume 12(3) 2012

Maps published as separate sheets indicated by #. 

Short Communication

  • Robert Kooyman, Maurizio Rossetto & Shawn Laffan
    Using Australian Virtual Herbarium data to find all the woody rain forest plants in Australia.
    Cunninghamia (2012) 12(3): 177-180.
    doi: 10.7751/cunninghamia.2012.12.014

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Research Paper

  • Dorothy M. Bell, John T. Hunter & Lisa Montgomery
    Ephemeral wetlands of the Pilliga Outwash, northwest NSW.
    Cunninghamia (2012) 12(3): 181-190.
    doi: 10.7751/cunninghamia.2012.12.015

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Research Paper

  • Robert Payne, Anita Chalmer & John Laxton
    Understanding the characteristics of a groundwater-dependent ecosystem: Eucalyptus parramattensis Woodland at Porters Creek Wetland, NSW.
    Cunninghamia (2012) 12(3): 191-211.
    doi: 10.7751/cunninghamia.2012.12.016

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Research Paper

  • Steve J Sinclair & Keshia Atchison
    The pre-colonial distribution of grasslands, woodlands and forests on the Werribee plains, Victoria.
    Cunninghamia (2012) 12(3): 213-227.
    doi: 10.7751/cunninghamia.2012.12.017

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Research Paper

  • Doug Benson
    The Grose Vale flora and the value of documenting botanically interesting sites.
    Cunninghamia (2012) 12(3): 229-238.
    doi: 10.7751/cunninghamia.2012.12.018

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Volume 12(4) 2012

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Short Communication

  • R. F. Parsons 
    The deliberate introduction to Australia of the shrub genus Pentzia (Asteraceae) and its subsequent persistence and spread.
    Cunninghamia (2012) 12(4) 239-246.
    doi: 10.7751/cunninghamia.2012.12.019

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Research Paper

  • O. Maguire, R.C. Armstrong, J.S. Benson, R. Streeter, C. Paterson, P. McDonald, N. Salter, M. East, M. Webster M. Sheahan, and D Young
    Using high resolution digital aerial imagery interpreted in a 3-D digital GIS environment to map predefined plant communities in central-southern New South Wales
    Cunninghamia (2012) 12(4) 247-266.
    doi: 10.7751/cunninghamia.2012.12.020

Links to appendices

Maps: Ariah Park | Coolamon | Cootamundra | Junee | Lockhart | Narrandera | Tarcutta | Urana | Wagga Wagga | Wallaroobie Range | Yanco | Yoogali

Vegetation communities: Arid shrublands | Dry sclerophyll forests | Forested wetlands | Freshwater wetlands | Grasslands | Grassy woodlands | Semi-arid woodlands | Wet schlerophyll forest

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Research Paper

  • Doug Benson and Ian R. C. Baird
    Vegetation, fauna and groundwater interrelations in low nutrient temperate montane peat swamps in the upper Blue Mountains, New South Wales.
    Cunninghamia (2012) 12(4) 267-307.
    doi: 10.7751/cunninghamia.2012.12.021

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Research Paper

  • Damian R. Michael and David B. Lindenmayer
    Vegetation structure and floristics of granite landforms in the South-west Slopes of New South Wales.
    Cunninghamia (2012) 12(4) 309-323.
    doi: 10.7751/cunninghamia.2012.12.022

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 Research Paper

  • Kevin Mills
    The conservation reserve system in the South Coast Region of NSW looks impressive, but does it adequately conserve threatened plant species?
    Cunninghamia (2012) 12(4): 325-337.
    doi: 10.7751/cunninghamia.2012.12.023

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 Research Paper

  • M. Westbrooke, S. Gowans and M. Gibson
    The vegetation of the Mount Murchison and Wilga areas,Paroo Darling National Park, western New South Wales.
    Cunninghamia (2012) 12(4): 339-361.
    doi: 10.7751/cunninghamia.2012.12.024

Appendices

Maps: Vegetation map
 

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 Research Paper

  • Fiona Coates and Arn Tolsma
    The peat-forming spring wetlands of the Strathbogie plateau - floristics and environmental relationships.
    Cunninghamia (2012) 12(4): 363-383.
    doi: 10.7751/cunninghamia.2012.12.025

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Research Paper
  • Margaret A. Wheeler
    Comparing reproductive success in the rare sedge Gahnia insignis and the common Gahnia clarkei in north-east New South Wales.
    Cunninghamia (2012) 12(4): 385-388.
    doi: 10.7751/cunninghamia.2012.12.026
 

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