Introduction

Over the years research staff employed by the Government of Western Australia have produced many papers on the Western Australian flora and fauna.

Research dating back to 1896 is available and represents the first database of the research conducted on Western Australia's flora, fauna and forest since the establishment of Government in the 1890s.

Research by the following departments and agencies is available:

  • Forests Department (1896–1984)
  • Departments of Fisheries, Fisheries & Fauna and Fisheries & Wildlife (1898-1984)
  • State Gardens Board (1920–1956)
  • National Parks Board & Authority (1956–1984)
  • Government Botanist & forest entomologists of the Department of Agriculture (1897-1928)
  • State & Western Australian Herbarium (1921–1988)
  • Department of Conservation and Land Management (now Department of Environment and Conservation) Research Division (RD), Science and Information Division (SID), CALMScience Division (CSD) and Science Division (1985–present)

What is included? What is excluded?

Journal articles, books, unpublished reports, abstracts, 16 mm films, videos, slides, CDs and ephemeral items such as posters, pamphlets and wall charts have all been included.

As this bibliography is on Western Australian flora and fauna by staff of the Department of Environment and Conservation and its predecessors, papers and reports on topics such as general departmental management, sheep, wheat, commercial marine fisheries, trout, etc. have been excluded. Also excluded are papers by staff of other Government departments and authorities such as the Western Australian Museum.

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Most of the titles in this database can be found within the catalogue of the Conservation Science Library.

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1992

Abbott I (1992). Biogeography of grasses (Poaceae) on islands of southwestern Australia. Australian Journal of Ecology 17, pp. 289–296

Abbott I (1992). Ecological implications of insect pests in jarrah and karri forests. Department of Conservation and Land Management, Western Australia, Occasional Paper 2/92, pp. 77–98

Abbott I (1992). Records of outbreaks of defoliating insects in jarrah forests, south-west Western Australia, from 1960 to 1990. 28, pp. 1–29

Abbott I, Burbidge T, Williams M, van Heurck P (1992). Arthropod fauna of jarrah (Eucalyptus marginata) foliage in Mediterranean forest of Western Australia: spatial and temporal variation in abundance, biomass, guild structure and species composition. Australian Journal of Ecology 17, pp. 263–274

Abbott I, Burbidge T, Wills A (1992). 1992 jarrah leafminer survey (MAP). Department of Conservation and Land Management, Como, WA.

Algar D, Kinnear JE (1992). Cyanide baiting to sample fox populations and measure changes in relative abundance. In Wildlife Rabies Contingency Planning in Australia: National Wildlife Rabies Workshop, 12-16 March 1990 (eds P O'Brien, G Berry). Australian Government Publishing Service, Canberra. pp. 135–138

Andersen AN, Burbidge AH (1992). An overview of the ant fauna of Cape Arid National Park, Western Australia. Journal of the Royal Society of Western Australia 75, pp. 41–46

Armstrong JA (1992). Cladistic studies of Australian Rutaceae (ABSTRACT). In ASOMPS VII, Manila, Philippines, 1992: Seventh Asian Symposium on Medicinal Plants, Spices and Other Natural Products, 2-7 February 1992: proceedings (eds LJ Cruz, GP Concepcion, AS Mendigo et al.). p. 233

Armstrong JA (1992). Genebanks or genemorgues?: the need for a national plant germplasm program. In Conservation of Rare or Threatened Plants in Australasia: Proceedings of Conference 'Protective Custody? - Ex Situ Plant Conservation in Australasia, Canberra, A.C.T., March 1991 (eds G Butler, L Meredith, M Richardson). Australian National Botanic Gardens, Canberra. pp. 207–211

Armstrong JA (1992). The funding base for Australia's biological collections. Australian Biologist 5, pp. 80–88

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Bartle J, McGrath J (1992). Impact of timber harvest and regeneration on nutrition of the jarrah and karri forests of south-west Western Australia. Department of Conservation and Land Management, Western Australia, Occasional Paper 2/92, pp. 59–66

Burbidge A (1992). Grey kangaroo and western brush wallaby. In Mammal Conservation Course, October 19-25, 1992 Department of Conservation and Land Management, Como, WA. pp. 1–2

Burbidge A (1992). Mammals of Western Australia and their conservation status. In Mammal Conservation Course, October 19-25, 1992 Department of Conservation and Land Management, Como, WA. pp. 1–4

Burbidge A (1992). Rainbow lorikeet in Perth area. Western Australian Bird Notes 64, p. 7

Burbidge A (1992). Recovery plans and recovery teams: western swamp tortoise and other endangered species (ABSTRACT). p. 9

Burbidge A (1992). Scrub-birds established in new home. CALM News Jun/Jul, p. 1

Burbidge A (1992). Spectacled hare-wallaby. Landscope 7(3), p. 48

Burbidge A (1992). The role of recovery plans in mammal conservation. In Mammal Conservation Course, October 19-25, 1992 Department of Conservation and Land Management, Como, WA. pp. 1–3

Burbidge AA (1992). Preface. Department of Conservation and Land Management, Western Australia, Occasional Paper 2/92, pp. ix–x

Burbidge AA, Fuller PJ (1992). Survey for western swamp tortoises: Ellenbrook Development Project. Department of Conservation and Land Management, 13 p.

Burbidge AH (1992). Rufous treecreeper at Woodvale. Western Australian Bird Notes 61, p. 4

Burbidge AH (1992). Searching for the Nullarbor quail-thrush. WWF Wildlife News 60, p. 5

Burbidge AH, Leicester K, McDavitt S, Majer JD (1992). Ants as indicators of disturbance at Yanchep National Park, Western Australia. Journal of the Royal Society of Western Australia 75, pp. 89–95

Burbidge AH, Pedler L (1992). Interesting sightings in the Nullarbor region. Western Australian Bird Notes 61, p. 1

Burrows N (1992). Desert Dreaming becomes a wet dream. CALMScience News 1/92, pp. 18–19

Burrows N (1992). Measuring forest fires for ecological studies: notes prepared for Joint Research Working Group Meeting, Creswick, Victoria, 7-12/12/92. Department of Conservation and Land Management, Manjimup. 12 p.

Burrows ND (1992). Rapid estimation of the moisture content of dead Pinus pinaster needle litter in the field. Australian Forestry 54, pp. 116–119

CALM, Science and Information Division (1992). CALMScience news: newsletter of the Science and Information Division of the Department of Conservation and Land Management. - No. 1/92. Department of Conservation and Land Management, Como, WA. 30 p.

Carter BD, Bernbrick C, Moore KG, Zealey W, Blair DG, Burman T et al. [Williams A, Candy M, Birch P, Martin R, Verveer A] (1992). Automatic direct imaging and photometric telescopes in Australia. In Automated Telescopes for Photometry and Imaging (eds SJ Adelman, RJ Dukes, CJ Adelman). Astronomical Society of the Pacific, San Francisco. pp. 135–142

Chapman AR (1992). Program & external funds payment tracking spreadsheet: user guide. - 1st ed... Department of Conservation and Land Management, 14 p.

Chapman AR, Maslin BR (1992). Acacia miscellany. 5, a review of the A. bivenosa group (Leguminosae: Mimosoideae: section Phyllodineae). Nuytsia 8, pp. 249–283

Choo M (1992). CALM Research Division research project plan system: user manual. Department of Conservation and Land Management, 22 p.

Choo M (1992). Equipment inventory system: user guide. - 1st ed... Department of Conservation and Land Management, 17 p.

Choo M (1992). Equipment orders system: user guide. - 1st ed... Department of Conservation and Land Management, 24 p.

Choo M (1992). Matrix generation system: user guide. - 1st ed... Department of Conservation and Land Management, 41 p.

Christensen P, Liddelow G (1992). Ninu magic. Landscope 7(4), pp. 43–47

Coates DJ (1992). Genetic consequences of a bottleneck and spatial genetic structure in the triggerplant Stylidium coroniforme (Stylidiaceae). Heredity 69, pp. 512–520

Coates DJ, Sokolowski RES (1992). The mating system and patterns of genetic variation in Banksia cuneata A.S. George (Proteaceae). Heredity 69, pp. 11–20

Cranfield RJ, Lander NS (1992). Apatophyllum macgillivrayi (Celastraceae), a new species from south-west Western Australia. Nuytsia 8, pp. 191–194

Cranfield RJ, Parker CM (1992). Flowering calendar for reserve no. 3694 in metropolitan Perth. Western Australian Naturalist 19, pp. 48–60

Crombie S (1992). Water relations, leaf area and jarrah growth (ABSTRACT). p. 10

Dixon B, Keighery G (1992). W.A. lilies: notes on the propagation and cultivation of Western Australian plants from the Liliflorae families. Australian Plants 17, pp. 7–19

Eldridge MDB, Bell JN, Pearson DJ, Close RL (1992). Identification of rock wallabies in the Warburton region of Western Australia, as Petrogale lateralis, MacDonnell Ranges race. Australian Mammalogy 15, pp. 115–119

Farr J (1992). Invertebrate fauna: introduction to insect ecology and pest dynamics. In The Jarrah Book: Proceedings of a Weekend Workshop at Perup Field Studies Centre (eds A Wardell-Johnson, M Frith). Bridgetown-Greenbushes Friends of the Forest, Bridgetown. pp. 34–47

Farr J (1992). Lerps, bugs and gum-leaves. Landscope 8(1), pp. 50–53

Farr J (1992). Report on visit by Qiao Wang to the Department of CALM, Western Australia. Department of Conservation and Land Management, Western Australia, Research News 2/92, pp. 5–6

Forshaw D, Palmer DG, Halse SA, Hopkins RM, Thompson RCA (1992). Giardia in straw-necked ibis (Threskiornis spinicollis) in Western Australia. The Veterinary Record 131, pp. 267–268

Friend G, Mitchell D, Scourse B (1992). World Wide Fund for Nature Australia progress report: P144, Fire and invertebrate conservation in mallee-heath remnants: progress report no. 5, 31 December, 1991. Department of Conservation and Land Management, Woodvale, WA. 17 p.

Friend GR, Friend JA, Mitchell DS, Thomas ND (1992). Short-term impact of fire on a population of Phascogale calura. I, population dynamics and habitat changes (ABSTRACT). p. 18

Friend JA (1992). Taxonomy and phylogenetics of the terrestrial amphipods of Australia: progress report, July 1992, Australian Biological Resources Study. Department of Conservation and Land Management, 6 p.

Friend JA, Friend GR, Thomas ND, Mitchell DS (1992). Short-term impact of fire on a population of Phascogale calura. II, movements, home range and nest selection (ABSTRACT). p. 18

Friend JA, Thomas ND, Turner BG (1992). The re-introduction of the numbat (Myrmecobius fasciatus) to Boyagin Nature Reserve: a report on work carried out under WWFA projects 94 and 108. Department of Conservation and Land Management, 79 p.

Fuller PJ, Burbidge AA (1992). Seabird Islands. No. 215, Pelsaert Island, Houtmann Abrolhos, Western Australia. Corella 16, pp. 47–58

Gibson N, Brown MJ, Williams K, Brown AV (1992). Flora and vegetation of ultramafic areas in Tasmania. Australian Journal of Ecology 17, pp. 297–303

Gibson N, Keighery B (eds) (1992). Bushland in our backyard: proceedings of a workshop held by Wildflower Society of Western Australia on 28th June 1992. Wildflower Society of Western Australia, Nedlands. 64 p.

Gioia P (1992). Network user notes. Department of Conservation and Land Management, Woodvale, WA. 35 p.

Gioia P (1992). Networking Science and Information Division. CALMScience News 1/92, p. 22

Gioia P (1992). Standardising species names and codes (ABSTRACT). p. 6

Goble-Garratt EM, Keighery G (1992). Review of environmental weeds. Department of Conservation and Land Management, 92 p.

Halse SA (1992). A preview of natural history studies at Lake Gregory (ABSTRACT). In Australian Society for Limnology, 31st Congress, 24-27 April, 1992, Bronte, Tasmania p. 1

Halse SA, Blyth JD (1992). Aquatic fauna of the karri forest. Department of Conservation and Land Management, Western Australia, Occasional Paper 2/92, pp. 115–138

Halse SA, Vervest RM, Munro DR, Pearson GB, Yung FH (1992). Annual waterfowl counts in south-west Western Australia. 1989/90. 29, 50 p.

Hopper SD, Keighery GJ, Wardell-Johnson G (1992). Flora of the karri forest and other communities in the Warren Botanical Subdistrict of Western Australia. Department of Conservation and Land Management, Western Australia, Occasional Paper 2/92, pp. 1–32

How RA, Dell J, Milewski AV, Keighery GJ (1992). Discussion. Records of the Western Australian Museum Supplement 40, pp. 104–106

Huisman JM, Womersley HBS (1992). Cystocarp development in the red alga Nothogenia fastigiata Nemaliales). Phycologia 31, pp. 359–364

Keighery B, Trudgen M (1992). Remnant vegetation on the alluvial soils of the eastern side of the Swan Coastal Plain. Department of Conservation and Land Management, 117 p.

Keighery B, Trudgen M (1992). Remnant vegetation on the alluvial soils of the eastern side of the Swan Coastal Plain. Appendices 1 to 3. Department of Conservation and Land Management, 174 p.

Keighery G (1992). A new species of Guichenotia (Sterculiaceae) from south western Australia. Nuytsia 8, pp. 319–321

Keighery G (1992). Flora and vegetation of Lake Clifton Townsite Reserve. Department of Conservation and Land Management, 6 p.

Keighery G (1992). Flora of the Seabird Vacant Crown Land Reserve. Department of Conservation and Land Management, 12 p.

Keighery G (1992). Proposed Jandakot Botanical Park: overview of botanical communities and their significance. I, Anstey Road wetlands. Department of Conservation and Land Management, 28 p.

Keighery G (1992). Rediscovery of the extinct genus Meziella (Haloragaceae). Wildflower Society of Western Australia Newsletter 30(3), pp. 2–3

Keighery G (1992). Significant species of flora of the coastal belt (Quindalup and Spearwood systems) of the Swan Coastal Plain. Department of Conservation and Land Management, 8 p.

Keighery G (1992). The impact of Phytophthora species on rare plants. In Dieback: What is the Future?: Papers Presented at a Seminar in Perth, 23rd September, 1992 (eds MJ Freeman, R Hart, M Ryall). Northern Sandplains Dieback Working Party, Muchea. pp. 29–36

Keighery G (1992). Vegetation and flora of the Dennis de Yong (no. 31653 and no. 33002) Reserve and the Bartram Road (No. 418, Swan Loc. 206 and 209) complex, Jandakot. Department of Conservation and Land Management, 20 p.

Keighery G (1992). Vegetation and flora of Wandi Nature Reserve (C36110) and Lot 30 (Swan Loc. 687), Anketell Road, Kwinana. Department of Conservation and Land Management, 6 p.

Keighery G (1992). Weed species of tuart woodlands. Department of Conservation and Land Management, 12 p.

Keighery G, Keighery B (1992). Plant communities of the northern Swan Coastal Plain: with special reference to uncommon and potentially rare plant communities. In Bushland in our Backyard: Proceedings of a Workshop Held by Wildflower Society of Western Australia on 28th June, 1992 (eds N Gibson, B Keighery). Wildflower Society of Western Australia, Nedlands. pp. 4–13

Keighery G, Robinson C (1992). A survey of declared rare flora and other plants in need of special protection of the Scott Plains: a report to the Australian National Parks and Wildlife Service, Endangered Species Programme. Department of Conservation and Land Management, 103 p.

Keighery GJ (1992). Jane Brook weed survey: John Forrest National Park. Department of Conservation and Land Management, 5 p.

Keighery GJ (1992). Taxonomic review of the Grevillea drummondii Meissn. species group (Proteaceae). Nuytsia 8, pp. 225–230

Keighery GJ, Keighery BJ (1992). Flora of Burns Beach coastal reserve. Department of Conservation and Land Management, 6 p.

Keighery GJ, Milewski AV, Hnatiuk RJ (1992). Vegetation and flora. Records of the Western Australian Museum Supplement 41, pp. 18–36, 65–125

Kinnear J (1992). New Zealand Predator Workshop. Department of Conservation and Land Management, Western Australia, Research News 4/92, pp. 4–5

Kuchling G, DeJose JP, Burbidge AA, Bradshaw SD (1992). Beyond captive breeding: the western swamp tortoise, Pseudemydura umbrina. International Zoo Yearbook 31, pp. 37–41

Lander NS (1992). Kippistia. In Flora of New South Wales. Volume 3 (ed G Harden). Royal Botanic Gardens, Sydney. p. 169

Lander NS (1992). Minuria. In Flora of New South Wales. Volume 3 (ed G Harden). Royal Botanic Gardens, Sydney. pp. 167–169

Lander NS (1992). Olearia. In Flora of New South Wales. Volume 3 (ed G Harden). Royal Botanic Gardens, Sydney. pp. 185–197

Lander NS (1992). The funding base for Australia's biological collections. Appendix 2, a new approach to providing museum and herbarium advisory and identification services. Australian Biologist 5, pp. 87–88

Lane J (1992). Draft wetland conservation policy for Western Australia. Department of Conservation and Land Management, 11 p.

Lane J (1992). Western Australian component of the National report. In Fifth Conference of Contracting Parties to the Ramsar Convention, Kushiro, Japan, June 1993 Conference of Contracting Parties to the Ramsar Convention Committee, Kushiro.

Lowrie A, Marchant N (1992). Four new Drosera taxa from south western Australia. Nuytsia 8, pp. 323–332

Macfarlane TD and others (1992). Family 166 Poaceae (Gramineae). In Flora of the Kimberley Region (ed JR Wheeler). Western Australian Herbarium, Como, WA. pp. 1110–1248

Marchant N (1992). Workshop for the Herbarium volunteers. CALM News Apr, p. 7

Marchant N, Lowrie A (1992). New names and new combinations in 34 taxa of Western Australian tuberous and pygmy Drosera. Kew Bulletin 47, pp. 315–328

Marchant NG, Keighery GJ (1992). Report on project involving the Australian National Parks and Wildlife Service and the Western Australian Department of Conservation and Land Management entitled Conservation of endangered Darwinia. Department of Conservation and Land Management, Como, WA. 45 p.

Maslin BR (1992). Acacia miscellany. 6, review of Acacia victoriae and related species (Leguminosae: Mimosoideae: section Phyllodineae. Nuytsia 8, pp. 285–309

Maslin BR, Thomson LAJ (1992). Re-appraisal of the taxonomy of Acacia holosericea, including the description of a new species, A. colei, and the reinstatement of A. neurocarpa. Australian Systematic Botany 5, pp. 729–743

McCaw L (1992). Fire ecology and management. In The Jarrah Book: Proceedings of a Weekend Workshop at Perup Field Studies Centre (eds A Wardell-Johnson, M Frith). Bridgetown-Greenbushes Friends of the Forest, Bridgetown. pp. 48–64

McCaw L (1992). Fire management in semi-arid woodlands and shrublands in the south of Western Australia. International Forest Fire News 6, pp. 18–19

McCaw L, Maher T, Gillen K (1992). Wildfires in the Fitzgerald River National Park, Western Australia, December 1989. 26, 19 p.

McCaw L, Simpson G, Mair G (1992). Extreme wildfire behaviour in 3-year-old fuels in a Western Australian mixed Eucalyptus forest. Australian Forestry 55, pp. 107–117

McCaw WL, Smith RH (1992). Seed release from Banksia baxteri and Hakea crassifolia following scrub-rolling and burning. Journal of the Royal Society of Western Australia 75, pp. 47–50

McComb JA, Bennett IJ, Cahill D, Stukely M, Crane C (1992). Selection, propagation, field and laboratory testing of jarrah (Eucalyptus marginata) resistant to die back (Phytophthora cinnamomi) (POSTER ABSTRACT). In Production de Varietes Genetiquement Ameliorees d'Especes Forestieres a Croissance Rapide: Actes = Mass Production Technology for Genetically Improved Fast Growing Forest Tree Species: Proceedings, Bordeaux, 14-18 Septembre, 1992. Tome I p. 451

McCredie TA, Parker CA, Abbott I (1992). Population dynamics of the earthworm Aporrectodea trapezoides (Annelida: Lumbricidae) in a Western Australian pasture soil. Biology and Fertility of Soils 12, pp. 285–289

McKenzie N, Kenneally K, Done C, Griffin T (1992). King Leopold's treasures. Landscope 7(3), pp. 43–47

McKenzie NL (1992). Ecology and management of forest bats. In Mammal Conservation Course, October 19-25, 1992 Department of Conservation and Land Management, Como, WA. pp. 1–8

McKenzie NL, Bowen PJ, Burbidge AA, Burbidge AH, Gibson N, Keighery GJ et al. [Hopper SD] (1992). Environmental regionalisation for conservation in Western Australia. In Environmental Regionalisation: Establishing a Systematic Basis for National and Regional Conservation Assessment and Planning: Proceedings of an Australian Workshop, Canberra 11-12 May 1992 (ed R Thackway). Environmental Resources Information Network, Canberra. pp. 20–25

McKenzie NL, Hall NJ (eds) (1992). The biological survey of the eastern goldfields of Western Australia. Part 8, Kurnalpi-Kalgoorlie study area. Records of the Western Australian Museum Supplement 41, 125 p.

McKenzie NL, Rolfe JK, Youngson WK (1992). Vertebrate fauna. Records of the Western Australian Museum Supplement 41, pp. 37–64

Milewski AV, Keighery GJ (1992). Vegetation. Records of the Western Australian Museum Supplement 40, pp. 82–89, 110–131

Milewski AV, McKenzie NL, Hall NJ (1992). Introduction. Records of the Western Australian Museum Supplement 41, pp. 1–6

Morgan BR, Shearer BL (1992). Sporulation of Phytophthora cinnamomi in bauxite mining soils and the effect of season on soil stimulatory factor. Department of Conservation and Land Management, 30 p.

Morris K (1992). Return of the chuditch. Landscope 8(2), pp. 10–15

Morris KD (1992). Ecology and management of the chuditch. In Mammal Conservation Course, October 19-25, 1992 Department of Conservation and Land Management, Como, WA. pp. 1–6

Morris KD (1992). How to survey and collect data from potential fauna management areas: animal handling and data recording. In Mammal Conservation Course, October 19-25, 1992 Department of Conservation and Land Management, Como, WA. pp. 1–2

Morris KD (1992). How to survey and collect data from potential fauna management areas: recognition of mammal signs in the field. In Mammal Conservation Course, October 19-25, 1992 Department of Conservation and Land Management, Como, WA. pp. 1–2

Morris KD (1992). How to survey and collect data from potential fauna management areas: spotlighting techniques. In Mammal Conservation Course, October 19-25, 1992 Department of Conservation and Land Management, Como, WA. pp. 1–2

Morris KD (1992). How to survey and collect data from potential fauna management areas: trapping techniques. In Mammal Conservation Course, October 19-25, 1992 Department of Conservation and Land Management, Como, WA. pp. 1–5

Morris KD (1992). The use of radio-tracking as a mammal survey technique. In Mammal Conservation Course, October 19-25, 1992 Department of Conservation and Land Management, Como, WA. pp. 1–3

Morris KD, Copley D (1992). The successful re-introduction of the greater stick nest rat to Western Australia (ABSTRACT). p. 32

Osborne S, Williams MR (1992). A preliminary summary of the effects of hand removal of Drupella cornus on Ningaloo Reef. Department of Conservation and Land Management, Western Australia, Occasional Paper 3/92, pp. 83–90

Patrick S (1992). Aponogeton hexatepalus H.Bruggen (family Aponogetonaceae): stalked water ribbons. In Threatened Australian Plants: Overview and Case Studies (eds JH Leigh, JD Briggs). Australian National Parks and Wildlife Service, Canberra. p. 64

Patrick S (1992). Asterolasia nivea (Paul G.Wilson) Paul G.Wilson (family Rutaceae): Bindoon starbush. In Threatened Australian Plants: Overview and Case Studies (eds JH Leigh, JD Briggs). Australian National Parks and Wildlife Service, Canberra. p. 65

Patrick S (1992). Banksia brownii Baxter ex R.Br. (family Proteaceae): Brown's banksia. In Threatened Australian Plants: Overview and Case Studies (eds JH Leigh, JD Briggs). Australian National Parks and Wildlife Service, Canberra. p. 66

Patrick S (1992). Darwinia carnea C.A.Gardner (family Myrtaceae): Mogumber bell. In Threatened Australian Plants: Overview and Case Studies (eds JH Leigh, JD Briggs). Australian National Parks and Wildlife Service, Canberra. p. 67

Patrick S (1992). Eucalyptus rhodantha Blakely and Steedman (family Myrtaceae): rose mallee, rose gum. In Threatened Australian Plants: Overview and Case Studies (eds JH Leigh, JD Briggs). Australian National Parks and Wildlife Service, Canberra. pp. 68–69

Patrick S (1992). Gastrolobium glaucum C.A.Gardner (family Fabaceae): spike poison, Wongan poison. In Threatened Australian Plants: Overview and Case Studies (eds JH Leigh, JD Briggs). Australian National Parks and Wildlife Service, Canberra. p. 70

Patrick S (1992). Stylidium coroniforme R.Erickson and J.H.Willis (family Stylidiaceae): Wongan triggerplant. In Threatened Australian Plants: Overview and Case Studies (eds JH Leigh, JD Briggs). Australian National Parks and Wildlife Service, Canberra. p. 72

Patrick S (1992). Thomasia sp. (York) (A.S.George 8075) (family Sterculiaceae): sandplain Thomasia. In Threatened Australian Plants: Overview and Case Studies (eds JH Leigh, JD Briggs). Australian National Parks and Wildlife Service, Canberra. p. 73

Pearson D (1992). Sandhill dunnart. Landscope 8(1), p. 22

Pearson DJ (1992). Past and present distribution and abundance of the black-footed rock-wallaby in the Warburton Region of Western Australia. Wildlife Research 19, pp. 605–622

Pigott JP, Brown PH, Williams MR (1992). Comparison of invertebrates and vertebrates as removers of native tree seed on established pasture sites in the W.A. wheatbelt. Draft. Department of Conservation and Land Management, 9 p.

Pigott JP, Brown PH, Williams MR (1992). The effects of superphosphate and watering on establishment of native trees from seed. Draft. Department of Conservation and Land Management, 20 p.

Pinder A, Davis J, Lane J (1992). Managing the midge. Landscope 7(4), pp. 37–42

Prince RIT, Williams AAE, Morris KD (1992). Preliminary observations on dispersal of adult female marine turtles using Western Australian rookeries: season 1986/87 through to October 1992. Department of Conservation and Land Management, 20 p.

Quader MA, El-Turbi JA, Armstrong JA, Gray AI, Waterman PG (1992). Coumarins and their taxonomic value in the genus Phebalium. Phytochemistry 31, pp. 3083–3089

Quinn FC, Cowley KJ, Barlow BA, Thiele KR (1992). New names and combinations for some Melaleuca (Myrtaceae) species and subspecies from the south-west of Western Australia considered rare or threatened. Nuytsia 8, pp. 333–350

Rashid MA, Armstrong JA, Gray AI, Waterman PG (1992). Alkaloids, flavonols and coumarins from Drummondita hassellii and Drummondita calida. Phytochemistry 31, pp. 1265–1269

Rashid MA, Armstrong JA, Gray AI, Waterman PG (1992). Novel C-geranyl 7-hydroxycoumarins from the aerial parts of Eriostemon tomentellus. Zeitschrift fur Naturforschung 47, pp. 284–287

Rashid MA, Armstrong JA, Gray AI, Waterman PG (1992). Protobruceols: new 6-C-monoterpenyl-5,7-dioxycoumarins from Eriostemon brucei. Natural Products Newsletter 1, pp. 79–84

Rashid MA, Armstrong JA, Gray AI, Waterman PG (1992). Tetra- and pentacyclic 6-C-monoterpenyl-5,7-dioxycoumarins from Eriostemon brucei and E. brucei var. cinerescens. Phytochemistry 31, pp. 3583–3588

Rashid MA, Gray AI, Waterman PG, Armstrong JA (1992). Coumarins from Eriostemon spicatus. Journal of Natural Products 55, pp. 685–687

Rashid MA, Gray AI, Waterman PG, Armstrong JA (1992). Coumarins from Phebalium tuberculosum ssp. megaphyllum and Phebalium filifolium. Journal of Natural Products 55, pp. 851–858

Russell-Smith J, McKenzie NL, Woinarski JCZ (1992). Conserving vulnerable habitat in northern and north-western Australia: the rainforest archipelago. In Conservation and Development Issues in Northern Australia (eds I Moffatt, A Webb). Australian National University, Darwin. pp. 63–68

Rye BL (1992). Family 114 Boraginaceae [except Heliotropium]. In Flora of the Kimberley Region (ed JR Wheeler). Western Australian Herbarium, Como, WA. pp. 766–770, 783–785

Rye BL (1992). Family 115 Verbenaceae. In Flora of the Kimberley Region (ed JR Wheeler). Western Australian Herbarium, Como, WA. pp. 785–794

Rye BL (1992). Family 116 Chloanthaceae. In Flora of the Kimberley Region (ed JR Wheeler). Western Australian Herbarium, Como, WA. pp. 795–800

Rye BL (1992). Family 117 Avicenniaceae. In Flora of the Kimberley Region (ed JR Wheeler). Western Australian Herbarium, Como, WA. pp. 800–801

Rye BL (1992). Family 121 Myoporaceae. In Flora of the Kimberley Region (ed JR Wheeler). Western Australian Herbarium, Como, WA. pp. 840–842

Rye BL (1992). Family 133 Aponogetonaceae. In Flora of the Kimberley Region (ed JR Wheeler). Western Australian Herbarium, Como, WA. p. 962

Rye BL (1992). Family 134 Hydrocharitaceae. In Flora of the Kimberley Region (ed JR Wheeler). Western Australian Herbarium, Como, WA. pp. 962–971

Rye BL (1992). Family 135 Alismataceae. In Flora of the Kimberley Region (ed JR Wheeler). Western Australian Herbarium, Como, WA. pp. 971–972

Rye BL (1992). Family 136 Juncaginaceae. In Flora of the Kimberley Region (ed JR Wheeler). Western Australian Herbarium, Como, WA. pp. 972–973

Rye BL (1992). Family 137 Najadaceae. In Flora of the Kimberley Region (ed JR Wheeler). Western Australian Herbarium, Como, WA. pp. 973–974

Rye BL (1992). Family 138 Potamogetonaceae. In Flora of the Kimberley Region (ed JR Wheeler). Western Australian Herbarium, Como, WA. pp. 975–976

Rye BL (1992). Family 139 Cymodoceaceae. In Flora of the Kimberley Region (ed JR Wheeler). Western Australian Herbarium, Como, WA. pp. 976–980

Rye BL (1992). Family 140 Araceae. In Flora of the Kimberley Region (ed JR Wheeler). Western Australian Herbarium, Como, WA. pp. 980–983

Rye BL (1992). Family 141 Lemnaceae. In Flora of the Kimberley Region (ed JR Wheeler). Western Australian Herbarium, Como, WA. pp. 983–985

Rye BL (1992). Family 142 Dioscoreaceae. In Flora of the Kimberley Region (ed JR Wheeler). Western Australian Herbarium, Como, WA. pp. 985–986

Rye BL (1992). Family 148 Hypoxidaceae. In Flora of the Kimberley Region (ed JR Wheeler). Western Australian Herbarium, Como, WA. pp. 992–993

Rye BL (1992). Family 150 Anthericaceae. In Flora of the Kimberley Region (ed JR Wheeler). Western Australian Herbarium, Como, WA. pp. 994–999

Rye BL (1992). Family 156 Pontederiaceae. In Flora of the Kimberley Region (ed JR Wheeler). Western Australian Herbarium, Como, WA. pp. 1015–1016

Rye BL (1992). Family 157 Philydraceae. In Flora of the Kimberley Region (ed JR Wheeler). Western Australian Herbarium, Como, WA. pp. 1016–1017

Rye BL (1992). Family 158 Typhaceae. In Flora of the Kimberley Region (ed JR Wheeler). Western Australian Herbarium, Como, WA. pp. 1017–1018

Rye BL (1992). Family 159 Commelinaceae. In Flora of the Kimberley Region (ed JR Wheeler). Western Australian Herbarium, Como, WA. pp. 1018–1023

Rye BL (1992). Family 162 Cyperaceae. In Flora of the Kimberley Region (ed JR Wheeler). Western Australian Herbarium, Como, WA. pp. 1035–1107

Rye BL (1992). Family 163 Hydatellaceae. In Flora of the Kimberley Region (ed JR Wheeler). Western Australian Herbarium, Como, WA. p. 1107

Rye BL (1992). Family 164 Centrolepidaceae. In Flora of the Kimberley Region (ed JR Wheeler). Western Australian Herbarium, Como, WA. pp. 1108–1110

Rye BL (1992). Family 38 Molluginaceae. In Flora of the Kimberley Region (ed JR Wheeler). Western Australian Herbarium, Como, WA. pp. 138–141

Rye BL (1992). Family 45 Tiliaceae. In Flora of the Kimberley Region (ed JR Wheeler). Western Australian Herbarium, Como, WA. pp. 160–182

Rye BL (1992). Family 57 Brassicaceae. In Flora of the Kimberley Region (ed JR Wheeler). Western Australian Herbarium, Como, WA. pp. 262–265

Rye BL (1992). Family 58 Gyrostemonaceae. In Flora of the Kimberley Region (ed JR Wheeler). Western Australian Herbarium, Como, WA. pp. 265–266

Rye BL (1992). Family 72 Proteaceae [except Hakea]. In Flora of the Kimberley Region (ed JR Wheeler). Western Australian Herbarium, Como, WA. pp. 461–475, 479–480

Rye BL (1992). Family 77 Thymelaeaceae. In Flora of the Kimberley Region (ed JR Wheeler). Western Australian Herbarium, Como, WA. pp. 496–499

Rye BL (1992). Family 78 Myrtaceae. In Flora of the Kimberley Region (ed JR Wheeler). Western Australian Herbarium, Como, WA. pp. 499–546

Rye BL (1992). Family 83 Olacaceae. In Flora of the Kimberley Region (ed JR Wheeler). Western Australian Herbarium, Como, WA. pp. 564–565

Rye BL (1992). Family 85 Santalaceae. In Flora of the Kimberley Region (ed JR Wheeler). Western Australian Herbarium, Como, WA. pp. 567–569

Rye BL (1992). Family 86 Loranthaceae. In Flora of the Kimberley Region (ed JR Wheeler). Western Australian Herbarium, Como, WA. pp. 569–580

Rye BL, James SH (1992). The relationship between dysploidy and reproductive capacity in Myrtaceae. Australian Journal of Botany 40, pp. 829–848

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Shearer BL (1992). The ecological implications of disease in the southern forest of south-western Australia. Department of Conservation and Land Management, Western Australia, Occasional Paper 2/92, pp. 99–113

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Stace HM, Armstrong JA (1992). New chromosome numbers for Rutaceae. Australian Systematic Botany 5, pp. 501–505

Start AN, McKenzie NL (1992). Conservation values of islands in Exmouth Gulf: a preliminary report. Department of Conservation and Land Management, 23 p.

Storey AW, Halse SA, Vervest RM, Pearson GB (1992). Waterbird usage of wetlands on the Swan Coastal Plain, Western Australia (ABSTRACT). In Australian Society for Limnology, 31st Congress, 24-27 April, 1992, Bronte, Tasmania p. 1

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Whisson L, Morris K (1992). Progress report, no. 4. P145, the status and conservation of the western mouse (Pseudomys occidentalis), April 1992. Department of Conservation and Land Management, 24 p.

Williams AAE, Hay RW, Bollam HH (1992). New records for six lycaenid butterflies in Western Australia (Lepidoptera: Lycaenidae). Australian Entomological Magazine 19, pp. 25–27

Williams M (1992). Changes to mainframe SAS. CALMScience News 1/92, p. 11

Williams M (1992). Extracting correct F-tests from statistics packages. CALMScience News 1/92, pp. 20–21

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Williams MR (1992). Controls on the collecting of terrestrial invertebrates in Western Australia. Victorian Entomologist 22, pp. 39–40

Williams MR, Atkins AF, Hay RW, Bollam HH (1992). The life history of Ogyris otanes C. & R. Felder in the Stirling Range, Western Australia (Lepidoptera: Lycaenidae). Australian Entomological Magazine 19, pp. 55–60

Williams MR, Williams AAE, Atkins AF (1992). The life history of the sciron skipper, Trapezites sciron sciron Waterhouse and Lyell (Lepidoptera: Hesperiidae: Trapezitinae). Australian Entomological Magazine 19, pp. 29–32

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Wilson PG (1992). Family 35 Chenopodiaceae. In Flora of the Kimberley Region (ed JR Wheeler). Department of Conservation and Land Management, Como, WA. pp. 97–106

Wilson PG (1992). Family 35 Chenopodiaceae. In Flora of the Kimberley Region (ed JR Wheeler). Western Australian Herbarium, Como, WA. pp. 97–106

Wilson PG (1992). Philotheca citrina (Rutaceae), a new species from Western Australia. Nuytsia 8, pp. 245–248

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Wilson PG (1992). The classification of some Australian species currently included in Helipterum and Helichrysum (Asteraceae: Gnaphalieae). Part 3, Amemocarpa and Argentipallium, two new genera from Australia. Nuytsia 8, pp. 447–460

Wilson PG (1992). The classification of the genus Waitzia Wendl. (Asteraceae: Gnaphalieae). Nuytsia 8, pp. 461–477

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Yung FH, Williams M (1992). Soil dryness index system, ver. 1: user guide. Department of Conservation and Land Management, 10 p.