Botanic Gardens Trust, Sydney, Australia

Cunninghamia Volume 14, 2014

 

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Research Paper

  • J. T. Hunter
    Vegetation of Little Bora Nature Conservation Trust Agreement, North Western Slopes, New South Wales.
    Cunninghamia (2014) 14: 1-16
    doi 10.7751/cunninghamia.2014.14.001

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Research Paper

  • P.J. Myerscough and R.C. Carolin
    Vegetation of beach sand ridges and geomorphological processes in the valley of the Upper Myall River, New South Wales.
    Cunninghamia (2014) 14: 17-53
    doi 10.7751/cunninghamia.2014.14.002

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(pdf file 2.9 MB)

Research Paper

  • D. Coleby
    Further observations on ecology of Blandfordia cunninghamii: flowering responses to rainfall and fire, and juvenile growth rates.
    Cunninghamia (2014) 14: 55-61
    doi:10.7751/cunninghamia.2014.14.003

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(pdf file 1.3 MB)

 Research Paper

  • J. Shepherd and V. Keyzer
    Ecology of Eucalyptus aquatica (Myrtaceae), a restricted eucalypt confined to montane swamp (fen) habitat in south-eastern Australia.
    Cunninghamia (2014) 14: 63-76
    doi:10.7751/cunninghamia.2014.14.004
(pdf file 3.2 MB)

 Research Paper

  • V.J. Neldner
    The contribution of vegetation survey and mapping to Herbarium collections and botanical knowledge: a case study from Queensland.
    Cunninghamia (2014) 14: 77-87
    doi:10.7751/cunninghamia.2014.14.005

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 Research Paper

  • P.G. Kodela, P. Adam and B.M. Wiecek
    Lysimachia mauritiana (Primulaceae) on seacliffs in the eastern suburbs of Sydney: a new naturalised record for Australia.
    Cunninghamia (2014) 14: 89-95
    doi:10.7751/cunninghamia.2014.14.006
 
(pdf file 5.8 MB)

 Research Paper

  • P. Smith and J. Smith
    Floodplain vegetation of the River Murray in 1987–1988: an important pre-drought benchmark for subsequent studies.
    Cunninghamia (2014) 14: 97-151
    doi:10.7751/cunninghamia.2014.14.007
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Research Paper

  • Peter Rose
    A conceptual model of the species composition of the original riparian rainforest of the Clarence River Floodplain, New South Wales.
    Cunninghamia (2014) 14: 153–178
    doi:10.7751/cunninghamia.2014.14.008
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Research Paper

  • S. Bell and C. Driscoll
    Acacia pendula (Weeping Myall) in the Hunter Valley of New South Wales: early explorers’ journals, database records and habitat assessments raise doubts over naturally occurring populations.
    Cunninghamia 14:(2014) 179–200
    doi 10.7751/cunninghamia.2014.14.009
(pdf file 2.6MB) 
Research Paper
  • Robert Payne
    Peak flowering and fruiting patterns in the endangered orchid
    Corunastylis sp. ‘Charmhaven’ on the Central Coast of New South Wales.
    Cunninghamia (2014) 14: 203–213
    doi 10.7751/cunninghamia.2014.14.010 
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