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 (Department of Agriculture, 1921–1988)
  • Department of Conservation and Land Management (now Department of Biodiversity, Conservation and Attractions) Research Division (RD), Science and Information Division (SID), CALMScience Division (CSD), Science Division (SD), Science and Conservation Division (SCD) and Biodiversity and Conservation Science (BCS; 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Journal articles, books, unpublished reports, abstracts, 16 mm films, videos, slides, CDs and ephemeral items such as posters, pamphlets and wall charts have all been included.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 Biodiversity, Conservation and Attractions 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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Algar D (2018). Cat eradication on Dirk Hartog Island. PowerPoint presentation to WA Feral Cat Symposium, 31st May 2018, Mandurah Performing Arts Centre. 19 p.

Anderson H, Palmer R (2018). No laughing matter: camera trap snaps a laughing dove on Yarraloola Station, SW Pilbara. Western Australian Bird Notes 168, pp. 35–36

Arias-Ortiz A, Serrano O, Masqué P, Lavery PS, Mueller U, Kendrick G et al. [Murray K, Rule MJ] (2018). A marine heatwave drives massive losses from the world’s largest seagrass carbon stocks. Nature Climate Change 8, pp. 338–344

Arnall SG (2018). Assisted migration of the western swamp turtle (Pseudemydura umbrina): using ecoenergetics to inform translocation decisions under climate change. Thesis (PhD)--University of Western Australia. 333 p.

Ayre B, Krauss S, Roberts D, Anthony J, Phillips R, Hopper, S (2018). Impact of nectar-feeding birds and European honeybee's on Anigozanthos manglesii's reproductive success (ABSTRACT). In Book of Abstracts: Annual Conference, Ecological Society of Australia, 2018, Brisbane pp. 6–7

Ball D, Moro D, Bryant S (2018). Australian islands: current thinking, emerging themes and a way forward to manage these offshore assets. In Australian Island Arks: Conservation, Management and Opportunities CSIRO Publishing, Melbourne. pp. 235–247

Bancroft K, Shedrawi G (2018). Seawater temperature disturbances in recent time (POSTER ABSTRACT). In Australian Coral Reef Society 91st Conference & AGM: Program, 15-17 May 2018, Exmouth, WA p. 59

Bancroft KP, Murray K (2018). Significant decline in mangrove condition in Shark Bay Marine Park (ABSTRACT). In Australian Mangrove and Saltmarsh Network Conference: Mangroves and Saltmarsh: the Urban Survivors, NSW, 17-20 April 2018 p. 19

Barlow J, França F, Gardner TA, Hicks CC, Lennox GD, Berenguer E et al. [Wilson SK] (2018). The future of hyperdiverse tropical ecosystems. Nature 559, pp. 517–526

Barrett M (2018). Fungi of the Kimberley. In The Natural World of the Kimberley Kimberley Society, Perth. pp. 38–41

Barrett M (2018). Hiding in the ranges: sandstone flora of the Kimberley. In The Natural World of the Kimberley Kimberley Society, Perth. pp. 42–57

Barrett MD (2018). Three new species of Asparagales from the Kimberley region of Western Australia. Telopea 21, pp. 25–37

Barrett MD, Trudgen ME (2018). Triodia pisoliticola (Poaceae), a new species from the Pilbara region, Western Australia, and a description for T. sp. Mt Ella (M.E. Trudgen MET 12739). Nuytsia 29, pp. 271–281

Barrett RL, Barrett MD (2018). Reinstatement of Goodenia pritzelii Domin (Goodeniaceae) from the north Kimberley and description of G. oenpelliensis as a new species from the Northern Territory. Telopea 21, pp. 9–17

Bateman A, Lewandrowski W, Stevens JC, Muñoz-Rojas M (2018). Ecophysiological indicators to assess drought responses of arid zone native seedlings in reconstructed soils. Land Degradation and Development 29, pp. 984–993

Bates BC, McCaw L, Dowdy AJ (2018). Exploratory analysis of lightning-ignited wildfires in the Warren Region, Western Australia. Journal of Environmental Management 225, pp. 336–346

Beatty S, Morgan D, Pinder A (2018). The enigmatic salamanderfish: living on burrowed time case-study. Available at https://southwestsnapshot.com.au/aquatic-biodiversity/. South West Catchments Council, Bunbury. 4 p.

Bell U (2018). Native Grasses of Perth Hills: a Field Guide to Identification. U Bell, Perth. 71 p.

Bevan E, Whiting S, Tucker T, Guinea M, Raith A, Douglas, R (2018). Measuring behavioral responses of sea turtles, saltwater crocodiles, and crested terns to drone disturbance to define ethical operating thresholds. PLoS One 13, pp. 1–17

Bezemer N (2018). Nothing lives forever. For People & Plants 102, pp. 31–33

Bezemer N (2018). Wild seedlings of a tree endemic on granite outcrops show no evidence of inbreeding depression. Australian Journal of Botany 66, pp. 39–47

Bezemer N, Hopper SD, Krauss SL, Roberts DG (2018). Sex on the rocks: recruitment genetics of a tree endemic on granite outcrops (POSTER ABSTRACT). In The Royal Society of Western Australia Symposium, 2018: Program & Abstracts p. 37

Birch J, Murphy D, Walsh N, Conran J, Macfarlane T, Pires JC (2018). The evolution and biogeography of Australian Asparagales (ABSTRACT). In Mind the Gap: Australasian Systematic Botany Society 2018 Conference, Brisbane Botanic Gardens p. 64

Bohman B, Phillips RD, Flematti GR, Peakall R (2018). (Methylthio)phenol semiochemicals are exploited by deceptive orchids as sexual attractants for Campylothynnus thynnine wasps. Fitoterapia 126, pp. 78–82

Bougher NL (2018). Fungi. In Augusta’s Kings Park: Donovan Street Bushland Environmental Research Group Augusta, Augusta, WA. pp. 68–78, 175–182

Bourke L, Brown K, Paczkowska G (2018). Characterising the condition and function of the Greater Brixton Street Wetlands, Kenwick, Western Australia, to inform conservation management. Poster presented at the 14th Annual WA Wetland Management Conference 2018, 2nd February, Bibra Lake, WA.

Bourke L, Brown K, Paczkowska G, Pinder A, Cale D (2018). Characterising the condition and function of the Greater Brixton Street Wetlands, Kenwick, Western Australia, to inform conservation management (POSTER ABSTRACT). In Program: 14th Annual WA Wetland Management Conference 2018: Celebrating World Wetlands Day, 2nd February 2018, Bibra Lake, WA pp. 13–14

Bourke L, Rutherford J (2018). Hydrological response of Toolibin Lake to inundation in February 2017. Department of Biodiversity, Conservation and Attractions, Kensington, WA. 100 p.

Braby MF, Franklin DC, Bisa D, Williams MR, Williams AAE, Bishop CL et al. [Coppen RAM] (2018). Patterns of biodiversity of butterflies and diurnal moths in the monsoon tropics of northern Australia (ABSTRACT). In 8th International Conference on the Biology of Butterflies, 11-14 June 2018: Abstract Book pp. 53–54

Braby MF, Franklin DC, Bisa DE, Williams MR, Williams AAE, Bishop CL et al. [Coppen RAM] (2018). Atlas of Butterflies and Diurnal Moths in the Monsoon Tropics of Northern Australia. ANU Press, Canberra. 462 p.

Braby MF, Franklin DC, Bisa DE, Williams MR, Williams AAE, Bishop CL, Coppen RAM (2018). Conserving a biodiversity hotspot: patterns of biodiversity of butterflies and diurnal moths in the monsoon tropics of northern Australia (ABSTRACT). In Australian Entomological Society 49th AGM and Scientific Conference: Alice Springs, 23rd to 26th September p. 39

Bradfield K, Lawrence C, Lambert C, Vitali S (2018). Saving native species in WA: collaborations are key. Abstract of presentation at 24th Australasian Zoo and Aquarium Association Conference, Wellington, New Zealand. 21-24 May 2018. p. 1

Bradfield K, Lawrence C, Lambert C, Vitali S (2018). Saving native species in WA: collaborations are key. PowerPoint presentation at 24th Australasian Zoo and Aquarium Association Conference, Wellington, New Zealand. 21-24 May 2018. 6 p.

Breed MF, Harrison PA, Bischoff A, Durruty P, Gellie NJC, Gonzales EK et al. [Krauss SL] (2018). Priority actions to improve provenance decision-making. Bioscience 68, pp. 510–516

Broadhurst L, Byrne M, Cantrill D, Crayn D, Fitzgerald A, King G et al. (2018). Genomics for Australian plants: developing genomic resources for the Australian plant community (ABSTRACT). In Mind the Gap: Australasian Systematic Botany Society 2018 Conference, Brisbane Botanic Gardens p. 67

Brown AP, Llorens TM, Coates DJ, Byrne M (2018). Eremophila subangustifolia (Scrophulariaceae), a rare new species from the mid west region of Western Australia, with notes on E. microtheca. Nuytsia 29, pp. 17–20

Brown K, Collins J, Wege J, Huston B, Llorens T (2018). A protective partnership at Wandoo National Park. Landscope 33(3), pp. 25–27

Brown V (2018). Activated carbon pelleting may solve restoration challenges in the wheatbelt. For People & Plants 101, pp. 30–32

Bruce J, Byrne M, Burnham Q, Lemson K, Horwitz P, Koenders A (2018). Reedia spathacea F.Muell.: phylogeography & population structure (POSTER ABSTRACT). In Book of Abstracts: Annual Conference, Ecological Society of Australia, 2018, Brisbane pp. 116–117

Bruce J, Koenders A, Burnham Q, Byrne M, Lemson K, Horwitz P (2018). Assessing relictual status via alpha and beta diversity (POSTER ABSTRACT). In The Royal Society of Western Australia Symposium, 2018: Program & Abstracts p. 38

Bruce J, Koenders A, Lemson K, Burnham Q, Byrne M, Horwitz P (2018). Reedia spathacea F.Muell.: phylogeography and population structure (ABSTRACT). In Mind the Gap: Australasian Systematic Botany Society 2018 Conference, Brisbane Botanic Gardens p. 60

Brundrett M, Longman V, Wisolith A, Jackson K, Collins M, Clarke K (2018). Banksia Woodland Restoration Project: annual report 6, January-December 2017. Department of Biodiversity, Conservation and Attractions, Kensington, WA. 59 p.

Burbidge A (2018). Night Parrot by Penny Olsen 2018. Published by CSIRO Publishing (BOOK REVIEW). Western Australian Bird Notes 168, p. 7

Burbidge A, Bamford M, Boyland R, Douglas T, Peck A (2018). Vanished and Vanishing Parrots. Profiling Extinct and Endangered Species by Joseph M. Forshaw, illustrated by Frank Knight 2017. Published by CSIRO Publishing & Comstock Publishing Associates (BOOK REVIEW). Western Australian Bird Notes 165, pp. 10–12

Burbidge A, Comer S, Danks A (2018). Collaborative commitment to a shared vision: recovery efforts for noisy scrub-birds and western ground parrots. In Recovering Australian Threatened Species: a Book of Hope CSIRO Publishing, Melbourne. pp. 95–104

Burbidge AH, Dolman G, Johnstone R, Burbidge M (2018). Morphological and genetic relationships of the Dirk Hartog Island fieldwrens. Department of Biodiversity, Conservation and Attractions, Woodvale, WA. 36 p.

Burbidge AH, Ford S, King J, Blythman M, van Dongen R (2018). Threatened birds on Dirk Hartog Island, 2017-18 report: population estimates. Department of Biodiversity, Conservation and Attractions, Woodvale, WA. 18 p.

Burbidge AH, Russell E (2018). A history of ornithology in Western Australia. In Contributions to the History of Australasian Ornithology. Volume IV pp. 459–544

Burgess TI, Simamora AV, White D, Wiliams B, Schwager M, Stukely MJC et al. (2018). New species from Phytophthora Clade 6a: evidence for recent radiation. Persoonia 41, pp. 1–17

Burrows N (2018). AFAC webinar: Predicting fire behaviour in spinifex grasslands. Available at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_xiu44OgRCA. National Council for Fire and Emergency Services, Melbourne.

Burrows N (2018). Conflicting evidence: prescribed burning: when evidence is not the reality. PowerPoint presentation at AFAC annual conference, Perth, 6-7 September 2018. 28 p.

Burrows N (2018). Predicting fire behaviour in spinifex grasslands. PowerPoint presentation for AFAC webinar. 32 p.

Burrows N, Chapman, J (2018). Traditional and contemporary fire patterns in the Great Victoria Desert, Western Australia: final report Great Victoria Desert Biodiversity Trust Project GVD-P-17-002. Department of Biodiversity, Conservation and Attractions, Kensington, WA. 38 p.

Burrows N, Gill M, Sharples J (2018). Development and validation of a model for predicting fire behaviour in spinifex grasslands of arid Australia. International Journal of Wildland Fire 27, pp. 271–279

Burrows N, Liddelow G, Thoomes E, Ambrose C, Ambrose D (2018). Aerial and ground baiting, Matuwa 2018. Department of Biodiversity, Conservation and Attractions, Kensington, WA. 15 p.

Burrows ND (2018). Feral animals in the semi-arid and arid regions of Australia: origins, impacts and control. In On the Ecology of Australia’s Arid Zone Springer, Cham. pp. 331–373

Butcher R (2018). Making it official: formal description of two orange-flowered Tephrosia (Fabaceae: Millettiae) from north-west Western Australia. Nuytsia 29, pp. 251–267

Butcher R (2018). Tephrosia pedleyi (Fabaceae: Millettiae), a new species from the west Kimberley of Western Australia. Nuytsia 29, pp. 69–73

Butcher R (2018). Treating Tephrosia (Fabaceae) for the eFlora of Australia: project progress and plans (ABSTRACT). In Mind the Gap: Australasian Systematic Botany Society 2018 Conference, Brisbane Botanic Gardens p. 52

Byrne M (2018). A molecular journey in conservation genetics. Pacific Conservation Biology 24, pp. 235–243

Byrne M, Binks R, Wilkins C, Bradbury D, Markey A (2018). Conservation genomics for taxon delimitation and management of rare and threatened plants (ABSTRACT). In Mind the Gap: Australasian Systematic Botany Society 2018 Conference, Brisbane Botanic Gardens p. 73

Byrne M, Broadhurst L, Leishman M, Belov K (2018). Women in conservation science making a difference. Pacific Conservation Biology 24, pp. 209–214

Byrne M, Joseph L, Yeates DK, Roberts JD, Edwards D (2018). Evolutionary history. In On the Ecology of Australia’s Arid Zone Springer, Cham. pp. 45–75

Byrne M, Moro D, Kennedy M, Campbell S, Tizard M (2018). Gene editing for invasive species control: conservation considerations and knowledge gaps. Abstract of presentation to WA Feral Cat Symposium, 31st May 2018, Mandurah Performing Arts Centre. p. 1

Byrne M, Moro D, Kennedy M, Campbell S, Tizard M (2018). Gene editing for invasive species control: conservation considerations and knowledge gaps. PowerPoint presentation to WA Feral Cat Symposium, 31st May 2018, Mandurah Performing Arts Centre. 14 p.

Byrne M, Van Leeuwen S, Onton K (2018). Strategic science: planning for the future. Landscope 34(1), pp. 10–17

Cale D, Pinder A (2018). Wheatbelt wetland biodiversity monitoring: fauna monitoring at Coyrecup Lake 1997-2012. Department of Biodiversity, Conservation and Attractions, Kensington, WA. 28 p.

Cale D, Pinder A (2018). Wheatbelt wetland biodiversity monitoring: fauna monitoring at Kulikup Swamp, 1998-2013. Department of Biodiversity, Conservation and Attractions, Kensington, WA. 22 p.

Cale D, Pinder A (2018). Wheatbelt wetland biodiversity monitoring: fauna monitoring at Noobijup Swamp, 1998-2013. Department of Biodiversity, Conservation and Attractions, Kensington, WA. 29 p.

Carr J, Rutherford J (2018). A review of hydrochemistry monitoring data: Lake Warden wetland system. Department of Biodiversity, Conservation and Attractions, Kensington, WA. 66 p.

Chapman J, Burrows N (2018). Remote sensing and spatial analysis. Landscope 34(1), p. 17

Chapman J, Zdunic K (2018). Red Hill annual desktop fire regime monitoring, 2017: report v 2.0. Department of Biodiversity, Conservation and Attractions, Kensington, WA. 20 p.

Chapman J, Zdunic K (2018). Yarraloola annual desktop fire regime monitoring, 2017: final report v 2.0. Department of Biodiversity, Conservation and Attractions, Kensington, WA. 20 p.

Cinner JE, Maire E, Huchery C, MacNeil MA, Graham NAJ, Mora C et al. [Wilson SK] (2018). Gravity of human impacts mediates coral reef conservation gains. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the USA 115, pp. 1–27

Clarke A (2018). Australasian bittern: an endangered waterbird we know very little about. PowerPoint presentation at World Wetlands Day, Albany Town Square, Saturday, February 3, 2018. 19 p.

Clarke A, Comer S (2018). Australasian bittern: research and monitoring techniques in selected wetlands along the south coast of Western Australia (ABSTRACT). In The Australasian Bittern & Its Wetlands: a Symposium, November 21st, 2018 pp. 6–7

Clausen L, Comer S, Cowen S, Pinder J, Thomas A, Danks A et al. [Burbidge A, Algar D] (2018). South Coast Region 2016-2017 annual report: report to South West Threatened Fauna Recovery Program Committee, South Coast Region Western Shield Committee & South Coast Threatened Birds Recovery Team. 54 p.

Coates D, Dillon R, Barrett S (2018). Threatened plant translocation case study: Banksia brownii (feather leaved Banksia), Proteaceae. Australasian Plant Conservation 27(1), pp. 3–6

Cochrane A (2018). Salt and waterlogging stress impacts on seed germination and early seedling growth of selected endemic plant species from Western Australia. Plant Ecology 219, pp. 633–647

Collins B, Zich F, Palmer J, Brown G, Knight K, Schönberger I et al. (2018). Containing the spirits: lessons learned from the management of Australasian herbarium wet collections (ABSTRACT). pp. 1–2

Comer S, Burbidge A, Mair G, Utber D, Syme N (2018). Western ground parrot. Department of Biodiversity, Conservation and Attractions, Kensington, WA. Fire Management Information Note S13, 16 p.

Comer S, Danks A, Berryman A, Cowan S (2018). Living on the edge: the survival of the noisy scrub-bird. Landscope 33(3), pp. 28–33

Comer S, Speldewinde P, Tiller C, Clausen L, Pinder J, Cowen S et al. [Algar D] (2018). Evaluating the efficacy of a landscape scale feral cat control program using camera traps and occupancy models. Scientific Reports 8, pp. 1–9

Commander L, Auld T, Rossetto M, Ooi M, Reiter N, Swarts N et al. [Monks L] (2018). Pre-translocation assessment of biology and ecology. In Guidelines for the Translocation of Threatened Plants in Australia Australian Network for Plant Conservation, Canberra. pp. 31–45

Commander LE, Coates DJ, Broadhurst L, Offord CA, Makinson RO, Matthes M (2018). Guidelines for the Translocation of Threatened Plants in Australia. Third Edition. Australian Network for Plant Conservation, Canberra. 168 p.

Corey B, Radford IJ (2018). Iconic and threatened: managing fire and feral animals to conserve small mammals. In The Natural World of the Kimberley Kimberley Society, Perth. pp. 252–269

Cowan M (2018). Reptiles of Dirk Hartog Island. Department of Biodiversity, Conservation and Attractions, Kensington, WA. 15 p.

Cowan M, Burbidge A (2018). Peterswald map sheet terrestrial vertebrate fauna survey: Great Victoria Desert, Western Australia. Department of Biodiversity, Conservation and Attractions, Kensington, WA. 32 p.

Cowen S, Rayner K, Sims C, Morris K (2018). Dirk Hartog Island National Park Ecological Restoration Project. Stage one, trial hare-wallaby translocations and monitoring. Department of Biodiversity, Conservation and Attractions, Woodvale, WA. 52 p.

Cramer V, Dunlop J (2018). The ecology of the northern quoll (Dasyurus hallucatus) in the Pilbara bioregion, Western Australia: project plans for 2016–2020. Department of Environment and Conservation, Kensington, WA. 26 p.

Crawford A (2018). Back from the dead: the rediscovery of a presumed extinct Acacia. Available at http://seedpartnership.org.au/node/327. Australian SeedBank Partnership, Canberra. 1 p.

Crawford A (2018). Back from the dead: the rediscovery of a presumed extinct Acacia. Available at https://www.facebook.com/australianseedbankpartnership/posts/1167532256745778. ABC South West, Bunbury.

Crawford A (2018). On the road to recovery from extinction: collecting seed from the pyramid mulla-mulla. Bushland News 107, pp. 9–10

Cresswell A, Wilson S, Langlois T, Claudet J, Stuart-Smith R, Thomson D et al. [Holmes T] (2018). Investigating the effect of recreational fishing using 30 years of data from Ningaloo Marine Park, a meta-analysis (ABSTRACT). In Australian Coral Reef Society 91st Conference & AGM: Program, 15-17 May 2018, Exmouth, WA p. 30

Cross A, Barrett M, Barrett R, Hopkins A, Birnbaum C, Burgess T et al. [Merritt D, Turner S] (2018). Small size, huge value: freshwater rockpools of the Kimberley. In The Natural World of the Kimberley Kimberley Society, Perth. pp. 32–33

Cross A, Myers C, Mitchell C, Cross S, Waina R, Mucina L et al. (2018). Kimberley ants: a treasure trove of biodiversity. In The Natural World of the Kimberley Kimberley Society, Perth. pp. 158–159

Cross AT, Barrett MD, Turner SR, Dixon KW, Merritt DJ (2018). Seed-dormancy depth is partitioned more strongly among habitats than among species in tropical ephemerals. Australian Journal of Botany 66, pp. 230–242

Cross S, Bateman P, Tomlinson S, Craig M, Dixon K (2018). How do animals respond to mine site restoration? (POSTER ABSTRACT). In The Royal Society of Western Australia Symposium, 2018: Program & Abstracts p. 43

Cruz MG, Gould JS, Hollis JJ, McCaw WL (2018). A hierarchical classification of wildland fire fuels for Australian vegetation types. Fire 1, pp. 1–39

Cuneo P, Gibson-Roy P, Fifield G, Broadhurst L, Berryman T, Crawford A et al. (2018). Restoring grassy woodland diversity through direct seeding: insights from six best-practice case studies in southern Australia. Ecological Management and Restoration 19, pp. 124–135

Cvitanovic C, van Putten EI, Hobday AJ, Mackay M, Kelly R, McDonald J et al. [Waples K, Barnes P] (2018). Building trust among marine protected area managers and community members through scientific research: insights from the Ningaloo Marine Park, Australia. Marine Policy 93, pp. 195–206

Dalziell E (2018). New oxygen sensing technology helps King Park scientists understand how seeds age. For People & Plants 101, pp. 27–29

Danks M, Ruthrof K, O'Hara G, Power M, Bunce M, Misra S et al. (2018). Harnessing the microbes associated with soil water repellency to enhance plant survival and growth (ABSTRACT). In Book of Abstracts: Annual Conference, Ecological Society of Australia, 2018, Brisbane p. 178

Davis B (2018). Bussell's last stand: saving Caladenia busselliana from the brink of extinction. For People & Plants 104, pp. 30–32

Davis B (2018). The queens of Kings Park. For People & Plants 104, p. 33

Davis J, Sim L, Thompson RM, Pinder A, Box JB, Murphy NP et al. (2018). Patterns and drivers of aquatic invertebrate diversity across an arid biome. Ecography 41, pp. 375–387

Davis RW, Hammer TA (2018). Ptilotus yapukaratja (Amaranthaceae), a new species from the Gascoyne bioregion of Western Australia. Nuytsia 29, pp. 157–160

Davison EM (2018). Relative importance of site, weather and Phytophthora cinnamomi in the decline and death of Eucalyptus marginata: jarrah dieback investigations in the 1970s to 1990s. Australasian Plant Pathology 47, pp. 245–257

Davoodian N, Bergemann SE, Hosaka K, Raspé O, Bougher NL, Fechner NA et al. (2018). A global view of Gyroporus: molecular phylogenetics, diversity patterns and new species. Mycologia 110, pp. 985–995

Dillon R, Benwell A, Emery N, Monks L, Offord C (2018). Pre-translocation preparation. In Guidelines for the Translocation of Threatened Plants in Australia Australian Network for Plant Conservation, Canberra. pp. 66–87

Dillon R, Monks L, Coates D (2018). Establishment success and persistence of threatened plant translocations in south west Western Australia: an experimental approach. Australian Journal of Botany 66, pp. 338–346

Dixon KR, Huisman JM (2018). Rhizophyllidaceae. In Algae of Australia: Marine Benthic Algae of North-Western Australia. 2, Red Algae ABRS, Canberra. pp. 192–199

Dormontt EE, van Dijk K-J, Bell KL, Biffin E, Breed MF, Byrne M et al. (2018). Advancing DNA barcoding and metabarcoding applications for plants requires systematic analysis of herbarium collections: an Australian perspective. Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution 6, pp. 1–12

Doughty P, Bourke G, Tedeschi LG, Pratt RC, Oliver PM, Palmer RA et al. (2018). Species delimitation in the Gehyra nana (Squamata: Gekkonidae) complex: cryptic and divergent morphological evolution in the Australian monsoonal tropics, with the description of four new species. Zootaxa 4403, pp. 201–244

Duncan R, Dexter N, Hone J, Wayne A (2018). The dynamics of population release (ABSTRACT). In Book of Abstracts: Annual Conference, Ecological Society of Australia, 2018, Brisbane p. 51

Dundas SJ, Hopkins AJM, Ruthrof KX, Tay NE, Burgess TI, Hardy G St J et al. (2018). Digging mammals contribute to rhizosphere fungal community composition and seedling growth. Biodiversity and Conservation 27, pp. 3071–3086

Dunlop J, Birch N, Moore H (2018). Pilbara northern quoll research program: 2017 annual report. Department of Biodiversity, Conservation and Attractions, Woodvale, WA. 44 p.

Dybing NA, Jacobson C, Irwin P, Algar D, Adams PJ (2018). Challenging the dogma of the Island Syndrome: a study of helminth parasites of feral cats and black rats on Christmas Island. Australasian Journal of Environmental Management 25, pp. 99–118

Dziminski M, Shovellor W, Taylor B, Hunter R, Hunter I, Kitty S et al. [Carpenter FM] (2018). Bilbies where the desert meets the ocean: occupancy, abundance and habitat suitability in a key area towards which the natural distribution is contracting (ABSTRACT). In 64th Australian Mammal Society Meeting 2018, the University of Queensland: Conference Programme & Abstract List p. 25

Dziminski MA, Bettink KA Carpenter FM, Dickinson R, MacKenzie DI, Shovellor W et al. (2018). Greater bilby survey: La Grange project area: draft final report. Department of Biodiversity, Conservation and Attractions, Woodvale, WA. 112 p.

Dziminski MA, Carpenter F (2018). The conservation and management of the bilby (Macrotis lagotis) in the Pilbara: annual report, 2017-18. Department of Biodiversity, Conservation and Attractions, Woodvale, WA. 48 p.

Dziminski MA, Greatwich BR (2018). Dampier Peninsula greater bilby (Macrotis lagotis) research project: progress report, April 2018, annual report 2017-18. Department of Biodiversity, Conservation and Attractions, Woodvale, WA. 33 p.

Dziminski MA, Morris K, van Leeuwen S (2018). Conservation and management of the bilby in Western Australia: projects in partnership with traditional owner rangers (POSTER ABSTRACT). In 64th Australian Mammal Society Meeting 2018, the University of Queensland: Conference Programme & Abstract List p. 78

Elliott C, Lewandrowski W, Stevens J (2018). Three tonne rock breaker and teaspoon expose charismatic blushing tetratheca. For People & Plants 104, pp. 26–29

Elliott C, Wilkinson K, Turner S (2018). Threatened plant translocation case study: Ricinocarpos brevis, Euphorbiaceae. Australasian Plant Conservation 26(4), pp. 12–15

Emery N, Taylor D, Makinson B, Reiter N, North T, Commander L et al. [van Leeuwen S] (2018). Community participation and support. In Guidelines for the Translocation of Threatened Plants in Australia Australian Network for Plant Conservation, Canberra. pp. 140–145

English V (2018). Monsoon vine thickets on the coastal sand dunes of the Dampier Peninsula, 2018-2023. Department of Biodiversity, Conservation and Attractions, Western Australia, Interim Recovery Plan 383, 72 p.

Evans R, Wilson SK, Ryan N, Fisher R, Babcock R, Blakeway D et al. (2018). Impact of repeated bleaching events on coral recovery in a turbid environment (ABSTRACT). In Australian Coral Reef Society 91st Conference & AGM: Program, 15-17 May 2018, Exmouth, WA p. 34

Evans SM, Sinclair EA, Poore AG, Bain KF, Vergés A (2018). Assessing the effect of genetic diversity on the early establishment of the threatened seagrass Posidonia australis using a reciprocal-transplant experiment. Restoration Ecology 26, pp. 570–580

Fernandes PM Sil Â, Ascoli D, Cruz MG, Alexander ME, Rossa CG et al. [Burrows N, McCaw L] (2018). Drivers of wildland fire behaviour variation across the Earth. In Advances in Forest Fire Research 2018 Imprensa da Universidade de Coimbra, Coimbra. pp.

Fernandes PM Sil Â, Ascoli D, Cruz MG, Alexander ME, Rossa CG et al. [Burrows N, McCaw L] (2018). Drivers of wildland fire behaviour variation across the Earth. PowerPoint presentation at VIII International Conference on Forest Fire Research, Coimbre, Portugal, 9 to 16 Nov, 2018. 14 p.

Field S, Waples K (2018). A regional view: using science to support conservation management. In The Natural World of the Kimberley Kimberley Society, Perth. pp. 284–287

Fisher R, Wilson SK, Sin TM, Lee AC, Langlois TJ (2018). A simple function for full subsets multiple regression in ecology with R. Ecology and Evolution 8, pp. 6104–6113

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Parker CM, Davis RW (2018). Plant of the month, February 2018: Ottelia ovalifolia (R.Br.) Rich., swamp lily. Available at https://florabase.dpaw.wa.gov.au/potm/calendar. Department of Biodiversity, Conservation and Attractions, Kensington, WA. 2 p.

Parker CM, Davis RW (2018). Plant of the month, January 2018: Thelymitra fuscolutea R.Br., chestnut sun orchid. Available at https://florabase.dpaw.wa.gov.au/potm/calendar. Department of Biodiversity, Conservation and Attractions, Kensington, WA. 2 p.

Parker CM, Davis RW (2018). Plant of the month, January 2019: Beaufortia purpurea Lindl., purple beaufortia. Available at https://florabase.dpaw.wa.gov.au/potm/calendar. Department of Biodiversity, Conservation and Attractions, Kensington, WA. 2 p.

Parker CM, Davis RW (2018). Plant of the month, July 2018: Olearia rudis (Benth.) Benth., rough daisybush. Available at https://florabase.dpaw.wa.gov.au/potm/calendar. Department of Biodiversity, Conservation and Attractions, Kensington, WA. 2 p.

Parker CM, Davis RW (2018). Plant of the month, June 2018: Blancoa canescens Lindl., winter bell. Available at https://florabase.dpaw.wa.gov.au/potm/calendar. Department of Biodiversity, Conservation and Attractions, Kensington, WA. 2 p.

Parker CM, Davis RW (2018). Plant of the month, March 2018: Martensia denticulata Harv. Available at https://florabase.dpaw.wa.gov.au/potm/calendar. Department of Biodiversity, Conservation and Attractions, Kensington, WA. 2 p.

Parker CM, Davis RW (2018). Plant of the month, May 2018: Eucalyptus rhodantha Blakely & H.Steedman, rose mallee. Available at https://florabase.dpaw.wa.gov.au/potm/calendar. Department of Biodiversity, Conservation and Attractions, Kensington, WA. 2 p.

Parker CM, Davis RW (2018). Plant of the month, November 2018: Dasypogon hookeri J.Drumm., pineapple bush. Available at https://florabase.dpaw.wa.gov.au/potm/calendar. Department of Biodiversity, Conservation and Attractions, Kensington, WA. 2 p.

Parker CM, Davis RW (2018). Plant of the month, October 2018: Gastrolobium sericeum (Sm.) G.Chandler & Crisp. Available at https://florabase.dpaw.wa.gov.au/potm/calendar. Department of Biodiversity, Conservation and Attractions, Kensington, WA. 2 p.

Parker CM, Davis RW (2018). Plant of the month, September 2018: Calandrinia quartzitica Obbens. Available at https://florabase.dpaw.wa.gov.au/potm/calendar. Department of Biodiversity, Conservation and Attractions, Kensington, WA. 2 p.

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Saunders DA, White NE, Dawson R, Mawson PRM (2018). Breeding site fidelity and breeding pair infidelity in the endangered Carnaby’s cockatoo, Calyptorhynchus latirostris. Nature Conservation 27, pp. 59–74

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