Botanic Gardens Trust, Sydney, Australia

Cunninghamia Volume 9

Volume 9(1) 2005

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  • Peter H. Weston, Andrew J. Perkins and Timothy J. Entwisle (2005) More than symbioses: orchid ecology, with examples from the Sydney region. Cunninghamia 9(1): 1-15

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  • Benson, Doug and Lyn McDougall (2005) Ecology of Sydney plant species Part 10: Monocotyledon families  Lemnaceae to Zosteraceae. Cunninghamia 9(1): 16-212.

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  • Carta, Francesca E. and R.F. Parsons (2005) Notes on the germination of the endangered species Sclerolaena napiformis (Chenopodiaceae). Cunninghamia 9(1): 215-218.

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Volume 9(2) 2005

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  • Nicholas James Holman Gellie (2005) Native vegetation of the Southern Forests: South-east Highlands, Australian Alps, South-west Slopes and SE Corner bioregions. Cunninghamia 9(2): 219-253

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  • John T. Hunter (2005) Vegetation and floristics of Warra National Park and Wattleridge, Northern Tablelands, NSW. Cunninghamia 9(2): 255-274.

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  • John T. Hunter  (2005) Vegetation of Culgoa National Park, central northern New South Wales. Cunninghamia 9(2): 275-284.

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  • Moira C.Williams and Glenda M. Wardle (2005) The influence of vegetation structure and composition on invasibility by Pinus radiata in the Blue Mountains, NSW. Cunninghamia 9(2): 285-294.

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  • Mike Macphail and Mary Casey (2005) Bridging a biogeographic Œgap¹: microfossil evidence for the quillwort Isoetes on the Cumberland Plain west of Sydney during the early Colonial period. Cunninghamia 9(2): 295-305.

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  • Lachlan M. Copeland and John T. Hunter (2005) Range extension, habitat and conservation status of three rare mallees, Eucalyptus castrensis, Eucalyptus fracta and Eucalyptus pumila from the Hunter Valley, NSW. Cunninghamia 9(2): 307-309.

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  • Timothy J. Curran and Sandra R. Curran (2005) Rediscovery of Ooline, Cadellia pentastylis, near Gunnedah: notes on the habitat and ecology of this dry rainforest tree. Cunninghamia 9(2): 311-316.

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  • John T. Hunter (2005) Floristics and distribution of Wattle Dry Sclerophyll Forests and Scrubs in north-eastern New South Wales. Cunninghamia 9(2): 317-323.

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  • Ross L. Goldingay (2005) Is there a diel pattern to nectar secretion in the Red Bloodwood Corymbia gummifera? Cunninghamia 9(2): 324-328.

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Volume 9(3) 2005

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  • (2006) Foreword. Cunninghamia 9(3): 329

 Foreword 

  • J.S. Benson (2006) New South Wales Vegetation Classification and Assessment: Introduction the classification, database, assessment of protected areas and threat status of plant communities. Cunninghamia 9(3): 331-381.

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  • J.S. Benson, C.B. Allen, C. Togher and J. Lemmon (2006) New South Wales Vegetation Classification and Assessment: Part 1 Plant communities of the NSW Western Plains. Cunninghamia 9(3): 383-450.

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Volume 9(4) 2006

  • Fensham, R. J., A.R. Bean, J. L. Dowe and C. R. Dunlop (2006) This disastrous event staggered me: Reconstructing the botany of Ludwig Leichhardt on the expedition from Moreton Bay to Port Essington, 1844-45. Cunninghamia 9(4): 451-506.

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  • Stone, Christine and Jack A. Simpson (2006) Leaf, tree and soil properties in a Eucalyptus saligna forest exhibiting canopy decline. Cunninghamia 9(4): 507-520.

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  • Cummings, Jason, Michelle Martin and Anne Rogers (2006) Quantifying the abundance of four large epiphytic fern species in remnant complex notophyll vine forest on the Atherton Tableland, north Queensland, Australia. Cunninghamia 9(4): 521-527.

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  • Tremblay, Raymond (2006) The effect of population structure, plant size, herbivory and reproductive potential on effective population size in the temperate epiphytic orchid, Sarcochilus australis. Cunninghamia 9(4): 529-535.

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  • Coleby, David (2006) The natural distribution and ecology of Blandfordia cunninghamii (Blandfordiaceae). Cunninghamia 9(4): 537-544.

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  • Cuneo, Peter and Michelle R. Leishman (2006) African Olive (Olea europaea subsp. cuspidata) as an environmental weed in eastern Australia: a review. Cunninghamia 9(4): 545-557.

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  • Bear, R., W. Hill, W. and C.M.Pickering (2006) Distribution and diversity of exotic plant species in montane to alpine areas of Kosciuszko National Park. Cunninghamia 9(4): 559-570.

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  • Heyligers, Petrus (2006) Primary vegetation development on the sand spit of Shallow Inlet, Wilsons Promontory, southern Victoria. Cunninghamia 9(4): 571-595.

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