Botanic Gardens Trust, Sydney, Australia

Cunninghamia Volume 4

Maps published as separate sheets indicated by #

Volume 4(1) 1995

 
  • Bernhardt, P. (1995) Notes on the anthecology of Pterostylis curta (Orchidaceae). Cunninghamia 4(1): 1-8.
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  • Bernhardt, P. (1995) The floral ecology of Dianella caerulea var. assera (Phormiaceae). Cunninghamia 4(1): 9-20.

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  • Tremont, R.M. (1995) The phenologies of six native forbs (Aphanes australiana, Isoetopsis graminifolia, Triptilodiscus pygmaeus, Hypericum gramineum, Solenogyne dominii and Vittadinia muelleri) ocurring in grazed grassy communities on the Northern Tablelands of New South Wales. Cunninghamia 4(1): 21-34.

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  • Burrows, G.E. (1995) Post-fire regeneration and growth of Senecio garlandii (Asteraceae) - a vulnerable plant of the South Western Slopes, NSW. Cunninghamia 4(1): 35-44.

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  • Morrison, D.A., McCluskey, L. & Houstone, M.A. (1995) Long-term revegetation of a denuded area in the Sydney region. Cunninghamia 4(1): 45-62.

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  • Westbrooke, M.E. & Miller, J.D. (1995) Vegetation of Mungo National Park, western New South Wales. Cunninghamia 4(1): 63-80. (includes one 1:100 000 map) #

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  • Cohn, J.S. (1995) The vegetation of Nombinnie and Round Hill Nature Reserves, central-western New South Wales. Cunninghamia 4(1): 81-101. (includes one 1:100 000 map) #

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  • Sivertsen, D. & Metcalfe, L. (1995) Natural vegetation of the southern wheat-belt (Forbes and Cargelligo 1:250 000 map sheets). Cunninghamia 4(1): 103-128. (includes two 1:250 000 maps) #

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  • Downing, A.J., Oldfield, R.J. & Selkirk, P.M. (1995) Bryophytes in the vicinity of Wombeyan Caves, New South Wales. Cunninghamia 4(1): 129-141

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Volume 4(2) 1995

  • Fisher, M., Ryan, K. & Lembit, R. (1995) The natural vegetation of the Burragorang 1:100 000 map sheet. Cunninghamia 4(2): 143-215 (includes 1:100 000 map) #

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  • Benson, D. & McDougall, L. (1995) Ecology of Sydney plant species Part 3: Dicotyledon families Cabombaceae to Eupomatiaceae. Cunninghamia 4(2): 217-431.

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Volume 4(3) 1996

 
  • Ryan, K., Fisher, M. & Schaeper, L. (1996) The natural vegetation of the St Albans 1:100 000 map sheet. Cunninghamia 4(3): 433-482. (includes 1:100 000 map) #
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  • Fensham, R.J. (1996) The floristics and structure of dry rainforest at Forty Mile Scrub National Park, north Queensland. Cunninghamia 4(3): 483-495.

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  • Benson, J.S., Dick, R. & Zubovic, A. (1996) Semi-evergreen vine thicket vegetation at Derra Derra Ridge, Bingara, New South Wales. Cunninghamia 4(3): 497-510.

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  • Fensham, R.J. & Fairfax, R.J. (1996) The grassy balds on the Bunya Mountains, south-eastern Queensland: floristics and conservation issues. Cunninghamia 4(3): 511-523.

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  • Kodela, P.G., James, T.A. & Hind, P.D. (1996) Vegetation and flora of swamps on the Boyd Plateau, Central Tablelands, New South Wales. Cunninghamia 4(3): 525-530.

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Volume 4(4) 1996

  • Auld, T. D. (1996) Ecology of the Fabaceae in the Sydney region: fire, ants and the soil seedbank. Cunninghamia 4(4): 531-551.

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  • Benson, D. & McDougall, L. (1996) Ecology of Sydney plant species Part 4: Dicotyledon family Fabaceae. Cunninghamia 4(4): 552-752.

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