- Conservation and management of critically endangered plants, in particular Rhodomyrtus psidiodes and Rhodamnia rubescens
- Effect of Myrtle Rust (Austropuccinia psidii) on Australian plants
- Horticulture of Australian plants, tissue culture, seed germination
Rainforest Seed Conservation Project
Persoonia pauciflora Conservation Research Program
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Viler V and Offord CA (2020) Ex situ management including seed orchard establishment for Native Guava (Rhodomyrtus psidioides) affected by Myrtle Rust. Australasian Plant Conservation 29(2),17-20.
Sommerville KD, Cuneo P, Errington G, Makinson RO, Pederson S, Phillips G, Rollason A, Viler V and Offord CA (2019) Conservation in the wake of Myrtle Rust - a case study on two critically endangered Australian rainforest plants. Pacific Conservation Biology. https://doi.org/10.1071/PC19026