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Journal articles, books, unpublished reports, abstracts, 16 mm films, videos, slides, CDs and ephemeral items such as posters, pamphlets and wall charts have all been included.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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Abbott I (2005). An overlooked record of the malleefowl in the interior of Western Australia. Western Australian Naturalist 24, p. 253

Abbott I (2005). Appendix 4: Fauna. In Western Australian Exploration. Volume One, December 1826-December 1835: the Letters, Reports & Journals of Exploration and Discovery in Western Australia (ed J Shoobert). Hesperian Press, Perth. pp. 556–558

Abbott I (2005). Distinguished scientist retires. Conservation News Nov, p. 2

Abbott I (2005). Epizootic disease associated with mammalian faunal collapse in Western Australia, 1875-1925 (ABSTRACT). p. 15

Abbott I (2005). Epizootic disease associated with mammalian faunal collapse in Western Australia, 1875-1925 (ABSTRACT). In Australian Mammal Society: 51st Scientific Meeting Program and Abstracts: Albany, Western Australia, 4-8 July 2005 (comps K Morris, J Smith, T Friend et al.). p. 34

Abbott I (2005). Epizootic disease associated with mammalian faunal collapse in Western Australia, 1875-1925. PowerPoint presentation at 51st Australian Mammal Society meeting, Albany, July 2005. Department of Conservation and Land Management, Kensington, WA. 15 p.

Adkins SW, Ainsley PJ, Bellairs SM et al. [Coates DJ] (eds) (2005). Proceedings of the Fifth Australian Workshop on Native Seed Biology: 21-23 June 2004, Brisbane, Queensland. Australian Centre for Minerals Extension and Research, Kenmore. 278 p.

Algar D (2005). Feral cats under examination. Conservation News May, p. 6

Algar D, Brazell RI (2005). Efficacy of a baiting technique to control feral cats on Christmas Island: a report to Christmas Island Phosphates. Department of Conservation and Land Management, Woodvale, WA. 29 p.

Arkeveld SC (2005). Western Australian Herbarium fungi index. Western Australian Herbarium, Kensington, WA. 42 p.

Aubret F, Bonnet X, Pearson D, Shine R (2005). How can blind tiger snakes (Notechis scutatus) forage successfully?. Australian Journal of Zoology 53, pp. 283–288

Bancroft KP (2005). Central West Coast Marine Biodiversity and Conservation Programme: baseline water quality monitoring in the coastal waters of the northern agricultural region, focusing on the west midlands sub-region: field surveys 2004-2005. Department of Conservation and Land Management, Marine Conservation Branch, Fremantle. Department of Conservation and Land Management, Western Australia, Marine Conservation Branch, Data Report MMS/CWC/JBMP 83/2005, 153 p.

Barrett B (2005). A riddle is no joke. Western Wildlife: Newsletter of the Land for Wildlife Scheme 9(1), pp. 14–15

Barrett B (2005). Finding out more about the western ground parrot. Friends of the Western Ground Parrot Newsupdate 15, pp. 1–2

Barrett B (2005). Move to Esperance a good start. Friends of the Western Ground Parrot Newsupdate 13, p. 2

Barrett B (2005). The secret life of the western ground parrot. Landscope 21(1), pp. 27–31

Barrett B (2005). Western ground parrot in Cape Arid National Park. Western Australian Bird Notes 115, p. 14

Barrett B (2005). Western ground parrots: two years on. Western Australian Bird Notes 116, pp. 1–3

Barrett B (2005). Wild with delight. Landscope 21(2), p. 43

Barrett B, Burbidge A (2005). Translocation of western ground parrots from a stable community to a new location within the historic range. Department of Conservation and Land Management, Woodvale, WA. 19 p.

Barrett S, Cochrane A (2005). Wildflowers of the Stirling Range. Department of Conservation and Land Management, Western Australia, Bush Books 72 p.

Beard JS, Beeston GR, Harvey JM, Hopkins AJM, Shepherd DP (2005). The vegetation of Western Australia : 1:3,000,000 map with explanatory memoir. 2nd ed., penultimate draft. Department of Conservation and Land Management, Kensington, WA. 105 p.

Biggs JD (ed) (2005). Western Australian astronomy almanac 2006. Perth Observatory, Bickley. 120 p.

Biggs JD (ed) (2005). Western Australian astronomy almanac 2006 (CDROM). Perth Observatory, Bickley.

Bougher N (2005). Perth Urban Bushland Fungi Project. Phase 1: report. Perth Urban Bushland Fungi Project, Perth. 23 p.

Bougher NL (2005). Fungibank: using native fungi in wheatbelt bush revegetation (ABSTRACT). In 8th Australasian Mycological Society Conference, Gowrie Park, Tasmania, May 2005 p. 1

Bougher NL (2005). IMC8 fungus of the month, August 2005: Panaeolopsis nirimbii, conehead fungus. pp. 1–2

Bougher NL (2005). Perth Urban Bushland Fungi Project (ABSTRACT). In Fungimap III: History, Ecology & Conservation: Third National Conference, Gowrie Park, Tasmania, April 29th-May 3rd 2005 p. 1

Bougher NL (2005). PUBF fungi kit for Fungi Workshop, Hartfield Park, July 10th 2005. Perth Urban Bushland Fungi Project, Perth. 19 p.

Bougher NL (2005). PUBF fungi kit for Fungi Workshop, Mindarie Foreshore Reserve, June 19th 2005. Perth Urban Bushland Fungi Project, Perth. 18 p.

Bougher NL (2005). PUBF fungi kit for Fungi Workshop, North Lake Bushland, July 3rd 2005. Perth Urban Bushland Fungi Project, Perth. 19 p.

Bougher NL (2005). PUBF fungi kit for Fungi Workshop, Warwick Bushland, July 24th 2005. Perth Urban Bushland Fungi Project, Perth. 19 p.

Bougher NL (2005). Using native fungi in bush revegetation : WA wheatbelt (ABSTRACT). In Fungi Conference: Brisbane, Saturday, 5th November 2005 p. 1

Bougher NL, Hart R, Weaver J (2005). Baldivis Nature Reserve fungi report, 2004. Department of Conservation and Land Management, Kensington, WA. 8 p.

Bougher NL, Hart R, Weaver J (2005). Bold Park fungi report, 2004. Department of Conservation and Land Management, Kensington, WA. 6 p.

Bougher NL, Hart R, Weaver J (2005). Cadogan Reserve fungi report, 2004. Department of Conservation and Land Management, Kensington, WA. 3 p.

Bougher NL, Hart R, Weaver J (2005). Cottonwood Crescent bush fungi report, 2004. Department of Conservation and Land Management, Kensington, WA. 4 p.

Bougher NL, Hart R, Weaver J (2005). Forrestdale Bushland fungi report, 2004. Department of Conservation and Land Management, Kensington, WA. 7 p.

Bougher NL, Hart R, Weaver J (2005). Ken Hurst Park fungi report, 2004. Department of Conservation and Land Management, Kensington, WA. 7 p.

Bougher NL, Hart R, Weaver J (2005). Kings Park fungi report, 2004. Department of Conservation and Land Management, Kensington, WA. 5 p.

Bougher NL, Hart R, Weaver J (2005). Neerabup fungi report, 2004. Department of Conservation and Land Management, Kensington, WA. 7 p.

Bougher NL, Hart R, Weaver J (2005). Paloma Park fungi report, 2004. Department of Conservation and Land Management, Kensington, WA. 3 p.

Bougher NL, Hart R, Weaver J (2005). PUBF fungi reports 2004: fungi surveys and community participation in Perth bushlands. Perth Urban Bushland Fungi Project, Perth. 96 p.

Bougher NL, Hart R, Weaver J (2005). PUBF fungi surveys for CALM regional parks, community grant 2005. Perth Urban Bushland Fungi Project, Perth. 40 p.

Bougher NL, Hart R, Weaver J (2005). Shenton Bushland fungi report, 2004. Department of Conservation and Land Management, Kensington, WA. 3 p.

Bougher NL, Hart R, Weaver J (2005). Star Swamp fungi report, 2004. Department of Conservation and Land Management, Kensington, WA. 15 p.

Bougher NL, Hart R, Weaver J (2005). Talbot Reserve fungi report, 2004. Department of Conservation and Land Management, Kensington, WA. 15 p.

Bougher NL, Hart R, Weaver J (2005). Yanchep fungi report, 2004. Department of Conservation and Land Management, Kensington, WA. 5 p.

Bougher NL, Hart R, Weaver J (2005). Yellagonga fungi report, 2004. Department of Conservation and Land Management, Kensington, WA. 5 p.

Broun G, Monks L (2005). Translocation proposal: split-leaved grevillea, Grevillea althoferorum Olde & Marriott (1993) (Proteaceae). Department of Conservation and Land Management, Kensington, WA. 13 p.

Bullen RD, McKenzie NL (2005). Seasonal range variation of Tadarida australis (Chiroptera: Molossidae) in Western Australia: the impact of enthalpy. Australian Journal of Zoology 53, pp. 145–156

Burbidge A (2005). The mystery of the Jarnadup bristlebird. South Coast Threatened Birds News 9, p. 2

Burbidge A, Comer S, Danks A (2005). Threatened birds and wildfire in south-west Western Australia. Wingspan. Supplement 15(3), pp. 18–20

Burbidge A, Gole C (2005). South Western Australia. Wingspan. Supplement 15(4), p. 10

Burbidge A, Morris K (2005). Introduced animal eradications for nature conservation on Western Australian islands: a review (ABSTRACT). In Australian Mammal Society: 51st Scientific Meeting Program and Abstracts: Albany, Western Australia, 4-8 July 2005 (comps K Morris, J Smith, T Friend et al.). p. 27

Burbidge AA, Thomas N (2005). Barrow Island Nature Reserve rock-wallaby survey, August 2005. Department of Conservation and Land Management, Kensington, WA. 16 p.

Burbidge T, Wills A (2005). Northern extent of jarrah leafminer infestation: survey November 2004. Department of Conservation and Land Management, Kensington, WA. 10 p.

Burrows N (2005). Burning rocks. Landscope 20(4), pp. 54–61

Burrows N (2005). Bushfire diversity can promote biodiversity. Western Wildlife: Newsletter of the Land for Wildlife Scheme 9(3), pp. 8–9

Burrows N (2005). Effets de la diversité des feux sur un hotspot de la biodiversité en Australie. Forêt Méditerranéenne 26, pp. 243–250

Burrows N (2005). Synthèse des connaissances sur les impacts du feu sur le biote des écosystèmes de type forêt méditerranéenne dans le Sud-Oest australien. Forêt Méditerranéenne 26, pp. 207–216

Burrows ND (2005). Active adaptive management: enhancing the integration of science and management to improve delivery of conservation and land management outcomes : a discussion paper. Department of Conservation and Land Management, Kensington, WA. 8 p.

Burrows ND (2005). Mt Cooke wildfire, January 2003: progress report on monitoring sites, April 2005. Department of Conservation and Land Management, Kensington, WA. 28 p.

Butcher R, Sage LW (2005). Tetratheca fordiana (Elaeocarpaceae), a new species from the Pilbara of Western Australia. Journal of the Royal Society of Western Australia 88, pp. 73–76

Byrne M (2005). The influence of the past in the present: phylogeography in the ancient Australian landscape (ABSTRACT). In Advances in Plant Conservation Biology: Implications for Flora Management and Restoration: Symposium Program and Abstracts 25-27 October 2005 (comps D Coates, A Crawford, K Dixon et al.). p. 7

Byrne M, Grayling P (2005). Genetic and taxonomic status of Eucalyptus absita populations: BankWest Landscope Visa Card grant report. Department of Conservation and Land Management, Kensington, WA. 2 p.

CALM, Botanic Gardens and Parks Authority, Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew (2005). The Millennium Seed Bank: a collaborative partnership (POSTER ABSTRACT). In Advances in Plant Conservation Biology: Implications for Flora Management and Restoration: Symposium Program and Abstracts 25-27 October 2005 (comps D Coates, A Crawford, K Dixon et al.). p. 31

CALM, Science Division (2005). Annual research activity report, July 2004-June 2005. Department of Conservation and Land Management, Kensington, WA. 195 p.

CALM, Science Division (2005). FORESTCHECK: report of progress, 2004-2005. Department of Conservation and Land Management, Kensington, WA. 155 p.

Cancilla D, Johnson B (2005). Ecological aspects of Pseudomys shortridgei (heath mice) in southern Western Australia: progress report. Murdoch University, Murdoch. 9 p.

Cancilla D, Johnson B (2005). Status and ecology of Pseudomys shortridgei in Western Australia (ABSTRACT). p. 17

Cancilla D, Johnson B (2005). Status and ecology of the heath mouse Pseudomys shortridgei in Western Australia (ABSTRACT). In Australian Mammal Society: 51st Scientific Meeting Program and Abstracts: Albany, Western Australia, 4-8 July 2005 (comps K Morris, J Smith, T Friend et al.). p. 11

Chapman A (comp) (2005). A visual guide to the interim biogeographic regionalisation for Australia (IBRA) in WA. Available at: http://florabase.dec.wa.gov.au/help/ibra/#map [Accessed 4 Jul 2007]. Department of Conservation and Land Management, Kensington, WA. 2 p.

Chapman A (comp) (2005). Western Australian flora statistics. 2005, vascular flora statistics. Available at: http://florabase.dpaw.wa.gov.au/statistics/2005.php [Accessed 4 Jul 2007]. Department of Conservation and Land Management, Kensington, WA. p. 1

Choo M (2005). Science Division management of corporate databases (registration, custodianship & access): position paper. Department of Conservation and Land Management, Kensington, WA. 15 p.

Christensen P, Liddelow G, Hearn R (2005). Assessment of vertebrate fauna prior to disturbance: timber harvesting and prescribed burning in the forests of Western Australia. Department of Conservation and Land Management, Manjimup. 522 p.

Coates D, Crawford A, Dixon K, McArthur S, Monks L, Rokich D et al. (2005). Advances in Plant Conservation Biology: Implications for Flora Management and Restoration: Symposium Program and Abstracts, Perth, Western Australia, 25-27 October 2005. Department of Conservation and Land Management, Kensington, WA. 48 p.

Coates D, McKenna S (2005). Dieback threatens more than 3000 species and subspecies. Conservation News Dec, p. 2

Coates DJ, Byrne M (2005). Genetic variation in plant populations: assessing cause and pattern. In Plant Diversity and Evolution: Genotypic and Phenotypic Variation of Higher Plants (ed RJ Henry). CAB International, Wallingford. pp. 139–164

Coates DJ, Byrne M, Elliott C, Sampson J, Yates C (2005). Gene flow and outcrossing in a fragmented landscape: implications for seed sourcing from small remnants. In Proceedings of the Fifth Australian Workshop on Native Seed Biology: 21-23 June 2004, Brisbane, Queensland (eds SW Adkins, PJ Ainsley, SM Bellairs et al.). Australian Centre for Mining Environmental Research, Kenmore. pp. 37–44

Coates DJ, Patrick S, Butcher R (2005). Drummond to DNA: evolutionary patterns and conservation of the southwest flora. Curtin University of Technology, Department of Environmental Biology, Bulletin 27, pp. 63–76

Coates DJ, Sampson JF (2005). Plant mating systems in conservation and assessing population persistence (ABSTRACT). In Advances in Plant Conservation Biology: Implications for Flora Management and Restoration: Symposium Program and Abstracts 25-27 October 2005 (comps D Coates, A Crawford, K Dixon et al.). p. 8

Cochrane A (2005). Determination of response of rare and poorly known Western Australian native species to salinity and waterlogging, Project 023191: final report to the Natural Heritage Trust, Environment Australia, July 2005. Department of Conservation and Land Management, Albany. 22 p.

Cochrane A, Barrett S (2005). A safe haven for threatened plants. Landscope 21(2), pp. 24–29

Cochrane A, Barrett S (2005). Voyage to the Bay of Isles. Landscope 20(4), pp. 32–39

Cochrane A, Barrett S, Gilfillan S (2005). The feather-leaved banksia. Landscope 20(3), pp. 22–28

Cochrane A, Crawford A, Monks L (2005). The significance of ex situ conservation to plant recovery in southern Western Australia (ABSTRACT). In Advances in Plant Conservation Biology: Implications for Flora Management and Restoration: Symposium Program and Abstracts 25-27 October 2005 (comps D Coates, A Crawford, K Dixon et al.). p. 14

Cochrane JA (2005). Threatened Flora Seed Centre (POSTER ABSTRACT). In Advances in Plant Conservation Biology: Implications for Flora Management and Restoration: Symposium Program and Abstracts 25-27 October 2005 (comps D Coates, A Crawford, K Dixon et al.). p. 24

Cochrane JA, Friend JA, Hill SJE (2005). Endozoochory and the Australian bluebell: consumption of Billardiera fusiformis (Labill.) Payer (Pittosoraceae) seeds by three mammal species at Two Peoples Bay Nature Reserve, Western Australia. Journal of the Royal Society of Western Australia 88, pp. 191–196

Cochrane JA, Friend JA, Hill SJE (2005). Endozoochory and the Australian bluebell: consumption of Sollya fusiformis seed by mammals at Two Peoples Bay Nature Reserve, Western Australia (ABSTRACT). In Australian Mammal Society: 51st Scientific Meeting Program and Abstracts: Albany, Western Australia, 4-8 July 2005 (comps K Morris, J Smith, T Friend et al.). p. 28

Cochrane JA, Friend JA, Hill SJE (2005). Endozoochory and the Australian bluebell: consumption of Sollya fusiformis seed by mammals at Two Peoples Bay Nature Reserve, Western Australia (POSTER ABSTRACT). p. 38

Cochrane JA, Yates CJ (2005). Conservation biology of a critically endangered shrub, Cyphanthera odgersii (F.Muell.) Haegi subspecies occidentalis Haegi (Solanaceae). In Proceedings of the Fifth Australian Workshop on Native Seed Biology: 21-23 June 2004, Brisbane, Queensland (eds SW Adkins, PJ Ainsley, SM Bellairs et al.). Australian Centre for Mining Environmental Research, Kenmore. pp. 173–181

Comer S, Burbidge A, Danks A (2005). Mt Manypeaks fires: impacts on threatened birds. South Coast Threatened Birds News 9, pp. 1, 13

Comer S, Danks A, Burbidge A (2005). Noisy scrub-birds, western whipbirds and wildfire at Mt Manypeaks. Western Australian Bird Notes 113, pp. 16–17

Cranfield RJ (2005). Two new species of Brachyloma (Epacridaceae), from the South West Botanical Province of Western Australia. Nuytsia 15, pp. 331–336

Crawford AD, Cochrane A, Steadman KJ, Plummer JA, Probert RJ (2005). Successful storage of seed from threatened west Australian plants. Poster presented at the Advances in Plant Conservation Biology: Implications for Flora Management and Restoration: Symposium.

Crawford AD, Cochrane JA, Steadman KJ, Plummer JA, Probert RJ (2005). Successful storage of seed from threatened west Australian plants (POSTER ABSTRACT). In Advances in Plant Conservation Biology: Implications for Flora Management and Restoration: Symposium Program and Abstracts 25-27 October 2005 (comps D Coates, A Crawford, K Dixon et al.). p. 26

Crayn DM, Hislop M, Heslewood MM (2005). Additions to Lissanthe (Styphelioideae: Ericaceae) in Western Australia: L. synandra sp. nov. and L. pleurandroides comb. nov.. Australian Systematic Botany 18, pp. 555–561

D'Souza NK, Colquhoun IJ, Shearer BL, Hardy GE St J (2005). Assessing the potential for biological control of Phytophthora cinnamomi by fifteen native Western Australian jarrah-forest legume species. Australasian Plant Pathology 34, pp. 533–540

Danks A, Johnson B, Comer S, Butler R, Edinger D, Rose A et al. [Smith J] (2005). Conserving the Cape: wildlife of Cape Arid, 13-20 November, 2005: expedition briefing. Department of Conservation and Land Management, Western Australia, Landscope Expeditions 28, 28 p.

De Tores P, Guthrie N, Jackson J, Bertram I (2005). The western ringtail possum: a resilient species or another taxon on the decline?. Western Wildlife: Newsletter of the Land for Wildlife Scheme 9(3), pp. 4–5

De Tores P, Marlow N, Algar D (2005). A proposal to expand Western Shield: an integrated approach to best practice vertebrate pest control for positive conservation outcomes at a landscape and local scale. Department of Conservation and Land Management, Woodvale, WA. 26 p.

De Tores P, Rosier S, Guthrie N, Jackson J, Bertram I (2005). The western ringtail possum. Part 2. Western Wildlife: Newsletter of the Land for Wildlife Scheme 9(4), pp. 1, 4–5

Downs TM, Radford IJ (2005). Arbuscular mycorrhizal fungal colonisation of Hieracium lepidulum roots in experimental and field soil inoculated media. New Zealand Journal of Botany 43, pp. 843–850

Dunne C (ed) (2005). Managing Phytophthora dieback in bushland: a guide for landholders and community conservation groups. WWF Australia, Perth. 43 p.

Eberhard S, Leys R, Adams M (2005). Conservation of subterranean biodiversity in Western Australia: using molecular genetics to define spatial and temporal relationships in two species of cave-dwelling Amphipoda. Subterranean Biology 3, pp. 13–27

Eberhard SM, Halse SA, Humphreys WF (2005). Stygofauna in the Pilbara region, north-west Western Australia: a review. Journal of the Royal Society of Western Australia 88, pp. 167–176

Eberhard SM, Halse SA, Scanlon MD, Cocking JS, Barron HJ (2005). Assessment and conservation of aquatic life in the subsurface of the Pilbara region, Western Australia. In Symposium on World Subterranean Biodiversity: held on 8-10 December, 2004, University Claude Bernard of Lyon 1, CNRS, Villeurbanne, France: Proceedings (ed J Gilbert). Equipe Hydrobiologie et Ecologie Souterraines, Villeurbanne. pp. 61–68

Edgar G, Barrett N, Bancroft K, Brook J, Crane K (2005). Ecosystem monitoring in different management zones within the Jurien Bay Marine Park: results of 2004 surveys. University of Tasmania, Tasmanian Aquaculture and Fisheries Institute, Hobart. 33 p.

Ellery JA, McComb JA, Shearer B, Paap T, Hardy G St J (2005). In vitro growth of Quambalaria pitereka isolates isolated from Corymbia calophylla and C. ficifolia in south Western Australia (ABSTRACT). In Australasian Plant Pathology Society: 15th Biennial Conference, Geelong, 26-29th September 2005: Conference Handbook p. 116

Elliott CP, Brown AP (2005). Drummond and his passion for orchids. Curtin University of Technology, Department of Environmental Biology, Bulletin 27, pp. 93–107

Elliott CP, Byrne M (2005). Isolation and characterization of microsatellites in the woody shrub Calothamnus quadrifidus (Myrtaceae). Molecular Ecology Notes 5, pp. 757–759

Finston T, Johnson M, Humphreys W, Eberhard S, Halse S (2005). Haplotype diversity in Pilbarus millsi, a widespread groundwater species of amphipod from the Pilbara, Western Australia. In Symposium on World Subterranean Biodiversity: held on 8-10 December, 2004, University Claude Bernard of Lyon 1, CNRS, Villeurbanne, France: Proceedings (ed J Gilbert). Equipe Hydrobiologie et Ecologie Souterraines, Villeurbanne. pp. 69–71

Fisher R, Leis JM, Clark DL, Wilson SK (2005). Critical swimming speeds of late-stage coral reef fish larvae: variation within species, among species and between locations. Marine Biology 147, pp. 1201–1212

Franks AJ, Hobbs RJ, Yates CJ (2005). Developing a general framework of rare plant population responses to habitat fragmentation (POSTER ABSTRACT). In Advances in Plant Conservation Biology: Implications for Flora Management and Restoration: Symposium Program and Abstracts, Perth, Western Australia, 25-27 October 2005 p. 28

Friend JA (2005). Gilbert's potoroo recovery: measuring predisposition to oxalosis in wild potoroos: final report, BankWest Landscope Conservation VisaCard. Department of Conservation and Land Management, Kensington, WA. 6 p.

Friend JA, Collins P (2005). Male die-off in the dibbler: no evidence in mainland populations (ABSTRACT). In Australian Mammal Society: 51st Scientific Meeting Program and Abstracts: Albany, Western Australia, 4-8 July 2005 (comps K Morris, J Smith, T Friend et al.). p. 30

Friend JA, Collins P (2005). Male die-off in the dibbler: no evidence in mainland populations (POSTER ABSTRACT). p. 39

Friend JA, Hill SJE, Button TA (2005). Trial translocation of Gilbert's potoroo to Bald Island, Western Australia (ABSTRACT). p. 20

Friend JA, Hill SJE, Button TA (2005). Trial translocation of Gilbert's potoroo to Bald Island, Western Australia (ABSTRACT). In Australian Mammal Society: 51st Scientific Meeting Program and Abstracts: Albany, Western Australia, 4-8 July 2005 (comps K Morris, J Smith, T Friend et al.). p. 9

Friend T (2005). How to keep a numbat happy. Wildlife Australia 42(2), pp. 12–15

Friend T (2005). Saving Australia's most endangered mammal: Gilbert's potoroo (ABSTRACT). In Abstracts and Program: 2005 Annual ANZSLAS & AATA National Conference, 27-29 September, 2005, Esplanade Hotel, Fremantle, Perth,Western Australia p. 54

Friend T, Hill S, Button T (2005). Bald Island getaway for Gilbert's potoroos. Landscope 21(1), pp. 48–54

George N, Byrne M, Yan G (2005). Genetic diversity and feed quality variation in Acacia saligna, implications for using the species in dryland salinity management. In International Salinity Forum: Managing Saline Soils and Water: Science, Technology and Social Issues: April 25-27, Riverside Convention Center, Riverside, California ISF, Riverside. pp. 191–194

Gibson L, McKenzie N (2005). Species composition of small ground dwelling mammals in the Pilbara region of Western Australia (ABSTRACT). pp. 20–21

Gibson L, McKenzie N (2005). Species composition of small ground dwelling mammals in the Pilbara region of Western Australia (ABSTRACT). In Australian Mammal Society: 51st Scientific Meeting Program and Abstracts: Albany, Western Australia, 4-8 July 2005 (comps K Morris, J Smith, T Friend et al.). p. 43

Gibson LA, Burbidge AH, Barrett B (2005). Spatial prediction of suitable habitat for the western ground parrot in the Fitzgerald River National Park (POSTER ABSTRACT). In Programme and Abstracts: Ecological Society of Australia, Brisbane 2005: the University of Queensland, Brisbane, Australia, Monday 28th of November to Friday 2nd December 2005 p. 193

Gibson N (2005). A new species of Isopogon (Proteaceae) from southwest Western Australia. Muelleria 21, pp. 97–99

Gibson N, Keighery GJ, Lyons MN, Keighery BJ (2005). Threatened plant communities of Western Australia. 2, the seasonal clay-based wetland communities of the south west. Pacific Conservation Biology 11, pp. 287–301

Gilfillan S, Barrett S, Hartley R, Yates C (2005). Stirling Range dryandra (Dryandra montana) interim recovery plan, 2005-2010. Department of Conservation and Land Management, Albany. Department of Conservation and Land Management, Western Australia, Interim Recovery Plan 207, 22 p.

Gioia P (2005). Improving information management within CALM: the results of a study tour in March, 2005 of five other conservation agencies within mainland Australia. Department of Conservation and Land Management, Kensington, WA. 53 p.

Glen AS, Dickman CR (2005). Complex interactions among mammalian carnivores in Australia, and their implications for wildlife management. Biological Reviews 80, pp. 387–401

Goldberg NA, Huisman JM (2005). First record of tetrasporangia in Herposiphoniella plurisegmenta Womersley (Rhodomelaceae: Rhodophyta). In Proceedings of the Twelfth International Marine Biological Workshop: the Marine Flora and Fauna of Esperance, Western Australia: held in Esperance from 3 to 21 February 2003. Volume 1 (eds FE Wells, DI Walker, GA Kendrick). Western Australian Museum, Perth. pp. 21–23

Guevara MA, Chagné D, Almeida MH, Byrne M, Collada C, Favre JM et al. (2005). Isolation and characterization of nuclear microsatellite loci in Pinus pinaster Ait.. Molecular Ecology Notes 5, pp. 57–59

Halse SA (2005). Surface water ostracods from the Pilbara region, northwestern Australia: biogeography and habitat preferences (ABSTRACT). pp. 41–42

Halse SA, Massenbauer T (2005). Incorporating research results into wetlands management: lessons from recovery catchments in saline landscapes. Hydrobiologia 552, pp. 33–44

Halse SA, Pearson GB, Hassell C, Collins P, Scanlon MD, Minton CDT (2005). Mandora Marsh, north-western Australia, an arid zone wetland maintaining continental populations of waterbirds. Emu: Austral Ornithology 105, pp. 115–125

Hamilton N (2005). Trapping ferals in the Fitz. Friends of the Western Ground Parrot Newsupdate 13, p. 3

Hayward MW, de Tores PJ, Augee ML, Banks PB (2005). Mortality and survivorship of the quokka (Setonix brachyurus) (Macropodidae: Marsupialia), in the northern jarrah forest of Western Australia. Wildlife Research 32, pp. 715–722

Hayward MW, de Tores PJ, Banks PB (2005). Habitat use of the quokka, Setonix brachyurus (Macropodidae: Marsupialia) in the northern jarrah forest of Australia. Journal of Mammalogy 86, pp. 683–688

Hayward MW, de Tores PJ, Dillon MJ, Fox BJ, Banks PB (2005). Using faecal pellet counts along transects to estimate quokka (Setonix brachyurus) population density. Wildlife Research 32, pp. 503–507

Hetherington C, Mills HR, Algar D, Bencini R (2005). Capsule consumption by feral cats (Felis catus) and non-target species in the field (ABSTRACT). pp. 22–23

Hetherington C, Mills HR, Algar D, Bencini R (2005). Capsule consumption by feral cats (Fells catus) and non-target species in the field (ABSTRACT). In Australian Mammal Society: 51st Scientific Meeting Program and Abstracts: Albany, Western Australia, 4-8 July 2005 (comps K Morris, J Smith, T Friend et al.). p. 16

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Hill S (2005). Historical occurrence of a wart-like syndrome affecting western barred bandicoots (POSTER ABSTRACT). p. 40

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