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Journal articles, books, unpublished reports, abstracts, 16 mm films, videos, slides, CDs and ephemeral items such as posters, pamphlets and wall charts have all been included.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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2020

Ahrens CW, Andrew M, Mazanec R, Ruthrof KX, Challis A, Hardy G et al. [Byrne M] (2020). Plant functional traits differ in adaptability and are predicted to be differentially affected by climate change. Ecology and Evolution 10, pp. 232–248

Alahakoon AACB, Perera GAD, Merritt DJ, Turner SR, Gama-Arachchige NS (2020). Species-specific smoke effects on seed germination of plants from different habitats from Sri Lanka. Flora 263,

Algar D, Johnston M, Tiller C, Onus M, Fletcher J, Desmond G et al. [Hamilton N] (2020). Feral cat eradication on Dirk Hartog Island, Western Australia. Biological Invasions 22, pp. 1037–1054

Alsih A, Leopold M, Murphy D, McGrath G (2020). Thermal imaging of a hydrophobic soil’s response to surfactant application at the Avon River Catchment Critical Zone Observatory. Geoderma 368,

Anderson H, Valentine LE, Hardy GE St J, Flemming PA (2020). Relationship between the common brushtail possum (Trichosurus vulpecula) and tuart (Eucalyptus gomphocephala) tree decline in Western Australia. Australian Mammalogy 42, pp. 67–76

Ayre B (2020). Introduced bees and native plants: friends, foes or acquaintances?. For People & Plants 109, pp. 22–25

Ayre BM, Roberts DG, Phillips RD, Hopper SD, Krauss SL (2020). Effectiveness of native nectar-feeding birds and the introduced Apis mellifera as pollinators of the kangaroo paw, Anigozanthos manglesii (Haemodoraceae). Australian Journal of Botany 68, pp. 14–25

Bain K, Wayne AF, Bencini R (2020). Spatial ecology of the quokka (Setonix brachyurus) in the southern forests of Western Australia: implications for the maintenance, or restoration, of functional metapopulations. Australian Mammalogy 42, pp. 38–47

Ball JW, Robinson TP, Wardell-Johnson GW, Bovill J, Byrne M, Nevill PG (2020). Fine-scale species distribution modelling and genotyping by sequencing to examine hybridisation between two narrow endemic plant species. Scientific Reports 10,

Bates B, Dowdy A, McCaw L (2020). Investigation of relationship between large-scale climate variability modes and lightning-ignited wildfires in the Warren region, Western Australia: preliminary results (ABSTRACT). In Abstract Book: AMOS Annual Conference 2020, Esplanade Hotel Fremantle by Rydges, 10-14 February 2020 p. 224

Beatty SJ, Ramsay A, Pinder AM, Morgan DL (2020). Reservoirs act as footholds for an invasive freshwater crayfish. Pacific Conservation Biology 26, pp. 78–83

Benkwitt CE, Wilson SK, Graham NAJ (2020). Biodiversity increases ecosystem functions despite multiple stressors on coral reefs. Nature Ecology and Evolution 4, pp. 919–926

Bentley B, Whiting S, Mitchell N (2020). End of the line? Nesting phenology shifts unable to mitigate adverse impacts of climate change on winter nesting sea turtles (ABSTRACT). In Proceedings of the 4th Australian Marine Turtle Symposium, 8-10 September 2018, Bundaberg, Queensland p. 33

Bentley BP, Kearney MR, Whiting SD, Mitchell NJ (2020). Microclimate modelling of beach sand temperatures reveals high spatial and temporal variation at sea turtle rookeries. Journal of Thermal Biology 88,

Binks RM, Wilkins CF, Markey AS, Lyons MN, Byrne M (2020). Genomic data and morphological re-assessment reveals synonymy and hybridisation among Seringia taxa (Lasiopetaleae, Malvaceae) in remote north-western Australia. Taxon 69, pp. 307–320

Blythman M (2020). Taking heed of bird seed. Landscope 35(4), pp. 20–23

Blythman M, Porter G (2020). Movement of introduced little corellas Cacatua sanguinea and long-billed corellas Cacatua tenuirostris in south-western Western Australia. Australian Field Ornithology 37, pp. 48–55

Braby MF, Edwards ED, Williams AAE (2020). A new species of sun-moth, Synemon kimberleyensis sp. nov. (Lepidoptera: Castniidae), from the Kimberley in Western Australia. Journal of the Lepidopterists' Society 74, pp. 31–42

Braby MF, Williams MR, Coppen RAM, Williams AAE, Franklin DC (2020). Patterns of species richness and endemism of butterflies and day-flying moths in the monsoon tropics of northern Australia. Biological Conservation 241,

Bradfield K, Lambert C, Williams K (2020). Recovering the white-bellied frog in south-west Western Australia: successes, challenges and the importance of collaborations (ABSTRACT). In Book of Abstracts, Oral Presentations: WCH9, 9th World Congress of Herpetology, 5-10 January 2020, Dunedin, New Zealand p. 63

Burrows N (2020). Expert opinion. In Prescribed Burning in Australasia: the Science, Practice and Politics of Burning the Bush Australasian Fire and Emergency Service Authorities Council, East Melbourne. pp. 209–211

Butcher R (2020). Kunzea dracopetrensis (Myrtaceae: Leptospermeae), an uncommon new species from Western Australia’s south-eastern wheatbelt. Nuytsia 31, pp. 117–123

Butcher R (2020). Tephrosia cardiophylla (Fabaceae: Millettieae), a distinctive, new, conservation-listed species from Western Australia’s Kimberley sandstones. Nuytsia 31, pp. 47–51

Cale D, Pinder A (2020). Wheatbelt wetland biodiversity monitoring: fauna monitoring at Goonaping Swamp 1998-2012. Department of Biodiversity, Conservation and Attractions, Kensington, WA. 23 p.

Cale D, Pinder A (2020). Wheatbelt wetland biodiversity monitoring: fauna monitoring at Wheatfield Lake 1997-2011. Department of Biodiversity, Conservation and Attractions, Kensington, WA. 32 p.

Ceccarelli DM, Evans RD, Logan M, Mantel P, Puotinen M, Petus C et al. (2020). Long-term dynamics and drivers of coral and macroalgal cover on inshore reefs of the Great Barrier Reef Marine Park. Ecological Applications 30,

Cendón DI, Rutherford J, Hankin S (2020). Hydrogeochemical and isotopic assessment of groundwater recharge at Toolibin Lake, WA: prepared for Department of Biodiversity, Conservation and Attractions, WA by ANSTO Environment. Department of Biodiversity, Conservation and Attractions, Kensington, WA. 121 p.

Chan R, Dunlop J, Spencer PBS (2020). Highly promiscuous paternity in mainland and island populations of the endangered northern quoll. Journal of Zoology 310, pp. 210–220

Chapman AD, Belbin L, Zermoglio PF, Wieczorek J, Morris PJ, Nicholls M et al [James SA] (2020). Developing standards for improved data quality and for selecting fit for use biodiversity data. Biodiversity Information Science and Standards 4,

Cinner JE, Zamborain-Mason J, Gurney GG, Graham NAJ, MacNeil MA, Hoey AS et al. [Wilson SK] (2020). Meeting fisheries, ecosystem function and biodiversity goals in a human-dominated world. Science 368, pp. 307–311

Clarke A, Lane J, Pinder A (2020). Daytime not night-time foraging by Australasian bitterns. Western Australian Bird Notes pp. 30–31

Cochrane A (2020). Temperature thresholds for germination in 20 short-range endemic plant species from a greenstone belt in southern Western Australia. Plant Biology 22, pp. 103–112

Cochrane JA (2020). Thermal requirements underpinning germination allude to risk of species decline from climate warming. Plants 9,

Corey B, Andersen AN, Legge S, Woinarski JCZ, Radford IJ, Perry JJ (2020). Better biodiversity accounting is needed to prevent bioperversity and maximize co-benefits from savanna burning. Conservation Letters 31,

Cowan M, Dunlop J, Turner J, Moore H, Nimmo D (2020). Artificial refuges to combat habitat loss for an endangered marsupial predator: how do they measure up?. Conservation Science and Practice 2,

Cowan MA, Shepherd B, Doughty P, Bamford M (2020). Report on the finding of introduced species, Saproscincus rosei (Rose’s shadeskink), on the Swan Coastal Plain, Western Australia. Department of Biodiversity, Conservation and Attractions, Kensington, WA. 6 p.

Cowen S, Sims C, Lambert C, Friend T (2020). Stepping closer to 1616: more mammals return to Dirk Hartog Island. Landscope 35(4), pp. 38–41

Crawford A, Kelly A (2020). Seed quality of Eucalyptus rhomboidea, Hakea pendens and Marianthus aquilonaris seed collections collected by Botanica Consulting for Audalia Resources Limited. Department of Biodiversity, Conservation and Attractions, Kensington, WA. 7 p.

Crawford A, Phoebe T (2020). Woodlupine Primary School and the Western Australian Seed Centre. Australasian Plant Conservation 28(3), pp. 24–25

Crayn DM, Hislop M, Puente-Lelievre C (2020). A phylogenetic recircumscription of Styphelia (Ericaceae: Epacridoideae: Styphelieae). Australian Systematic Botany 33, pp. 137–168

Cross S, Tomlinson S, Craig M, Bateman B (2020). Using monitors to monitor restoration: how does Australia’s largest lizard respond to mine site restoration? (ABSTRACT). In Book of Abstracts, Oral Presentations: WCH9, 9th World Congress of Herpetology, 5-10 January 2020, Dunedin, New Zealand p. 120

Cross SL, Craig MD, Tomlinson S, Bateman PW (2020). I don’t like crickets, I love them: invertebrates are an important prey source for varanid lizards. Journal of Zoology 310, pp. 323–333

Cross SL, Tomlinson S, Craig MD, Bateman PW (2020). The Time Local Convex Hull method as a tool for assessing responses of fauna to habitat restoration: a case study using the perentie (Varanus giganteus: Reptilia: Varanidae). Australian Journal of Zoology 67, pp. 27–37

Dalziell EL, Lewandrowski W, Merritt DJ. (2020). Increased salinity reduces seed germination and impacts upon seedling development in Nymphaea L. (Nymphaeaceae) from northern Australia’s freshwater wetlands. Aquatic Botany 165,

Davis R, Lohr C (2020). Western spotted frogs in the wheatbelt. Landscope 35(4), pp. 42–46

Davis RW (2020). Grevillea hystrix (Proteaceae), a poorly known species from sandplain country in Western Australia’s Coolgardie bioregion. Nuytsia 31, pp. 79–82

Davison E, Knight K, Hart R (2020). Obituary: Margaret Helen Brims, 23 April 1932-13 December 2018. Western Australian Naturalist 31, pp. 182–186

Davison EM, Giustiniano D, Haska J (2020). Clarification of the type locality of Amanita peltigera (Agaricales, Amanitaceae), phylogenetic placement within subgenus Amanitina, and an expanded description. Swainsona 33, pp. 51–61

DBCA (2020). Global loggerhead satellite telemetry: [DBCA dataset supplied for southeast Indian Ocean]. SWOT Report 15, pp. 32–33, 49–50

Densmore VS (2020). Prescribed burning as a conservation tool: the impacts of fuel moisture, questions and answers. Video presentation at National Fire Fuels Science Webinar: The practice of hazard reduction burning, 20th May 2020. Available at https://www.bnhcrc.com.au/webinar/qandadensmore.

Densmore VS (2020). Prescribed burning as a conservation tool: the impacts of fuel moisture. Video presentation at National Fire Fuels Science Webinar: The practice of hazard reduction burning, 20th May 2020. Available at https://www.bnhcrc.com.au/firefuelswebinar/3.

Dillon SJ, Barrett RL, Shepherd KA (2020). Corchorus fitzroyensis (Malvaceae: Grewioideae), a new, poorly known species from Western Australia’s Kimberley region. Nuytsia 31, pp. 83–87

Dunlop J, Peacock D, Moore H, Cowan M (2020). Albinism in Dasyurus species: a collation of historical and modern records. Australian Mammalogy 42, pp. 114–118

Dziminski M, Carpenter F, Morris F (2020). Abundance monitoring in 2019 of bilbies at Warralong, Western Australia, using DNA extracted from scats. Department of Biodiversity, Conservation and Attractions, Woodvale, WA. 9 p.

Edgeloe J, Sinclair E (2020). Unravelling the mystery of Shark Bay seagrass reproduction. For People & Plants 110, pp. 30–33

Eldridge MDB, Deakin JE, MacDonald AJ, Byrne M, Fitzgerald A, Johnson RN et al. (2020). The Oz Mammal Genomics (OMG) initiative: developing genomic resources for mammal conservation at a continental scale. Australian Zoologist 40, pp. 505–509

Elliott C, Lewandrowski W, Turner S, Krauss S, Merritt D, Miller B et al. [Stevens J] (2020). Tetratheca erubescens translocation, annual research report 3 for Mineral Resources Limited, March 2019 to March 2020. Department of Biodiversity, Conservation and Attractions, Kings Park, W.A.. 80 p.

Etchells H, O’Donnell AJ, McCaw WL, Grierson PF (2020). Fire severity impacts on tree mortality and post-fire recruitment in tall eucalypt forests of southwest Australia. Forest Ecology and Management 459,

Evans RD, Wilson SK, Fisher R, Ryan NM, Babcock R, Blakeway D et al. (2020). Early recovery dynamics of turbid coral reefs after recurring bleaching events. Journal of Environmental Management 268,

Farr JD (2020). Herbarium specimens provide historical evidence of Cardiaspina jerramungae (Hemiptera: Psylloidea, Aphalaridae) outbreaks on Eucalyptus occidentalis in the lower great southern of Western Australia. Austral Entomology 59,

FitzSimmons NN, Pittard SD, McIntyre N, Jensen MP, Guinea M, Hamann M et al. [Prince RT, Tucker AD, Whiting S] (2020). Phylogeography, genetic stocks, and conservation implications for an Australian endemic marine turtle. Aquatic Conservation: Marine and Freshwater Ecosystems 30, pp. 440–460

FitzSimmons NN, Stewart D. Pittard SD, McIntyre N, Jensen MP, Guinea M, et al. [Prince B, Tucker AD, Whiting S] (2020). Population genetics of flatback turtles: behavioural insights and conservation implications (ABSTRACT). In Proceedings of the 4th Australian Marine Turtle Symposium, 8-10 September 2018, Bundaberg, Queensland pp. 45–46

Fulton CJ, Berkström C, Wilson SK, Abesamis RA, Bradley M, Åkerlund C et al. [Evans RD, Holmes TH] (2020). Macroalgal meadow habitats support fish and fisheries in diverse tropical seascapes. Fish and Fisheries 21, pp. 700–717

Gammon M, McGrath G, Fossette S, Mitchell N (2020). Metabolic heat in sea turtle nests: does it matter? (ABSTRACT). In Book of Abstracts, Oral Presentations: WCH9, 9th World Congress of Herpetology, 5-10 January 2020, Dunedin, New Zealand p. 183

Graham NAJ, Robinson JPW, Smith SE, Govinden R, Gendron G, Wilson SK (2020). Changing role of coral reef marine reserves in a warming climate. Nature Communication 11,

Gunn BF, Murphy DJ, Walsh NG, Conran JG, Pires JC, Macfarlane TD et al. (2020). Evolution of Lomandroideae: multiple origins of polyploidy and biome occupancy in Australia. Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 149,

Hammer TA (2020). Taxonomic evaluation of Ptilotus manglesii (Amaranthaceae) and recognition of P. davisii for two phrase names in south-west Western Australia. Swainsona 33, pp. 103–109

Hammer TA, Davis RW, Thiele KR (2020). Clarification of species boundaries within the Ptilotus royceanus Benl (Amaranthaceae) group. Austrobaileya 10, pp. 628–638

Hislop M (2020). A taxonomic review of the Styphelia intertexta group (Ericaceae: Epacridoideae: Styphelieae). Swainsona 33, pp. 63–73

Hislop M (2020). Leucopogon kirupensis (Ericaceae: Epacridoideae: Styphelieae), a new short-range endemic from the south-west corner of Western Australia. Nuytsia 31, pp. 111–115

Hislop M (2020). Olearia adpressa (Asteraceae: Astereae), a new, geographically restricted species from shale breakaways in the mid west of Western Australia. Nuytsia 31, pp. 153–156

Hislop M (2020). Schoenus coultasii (Cyperaceae: Schoenae), a new annual species known from a single site in the Pilbara region of Western Australia. Nuytsia 31, pp. 101–106

Hislop M (2020). Styphelia capillaris (Ericaceae: Epacridoideae: Styphelieae), a formal name for a critically endangered species from Wandoo National Park. Nuytsia 31, pp. 147–151

Hislop M, Davis RW (2020). Stachystemon exilis (Euphorbiaceae), a new and potentially threatened species from the Swan Coastal Plain. Nuytsia 31, pp. 53–57

Howard T, Burrows N, Smith T, Daniel G, McCaw L (2020). A framework for prioritising prescribed burning on public land in Western Australia. International Journal of Wildland Fire 29, pp. 314–325

Huisman J, Verbruggen H (2020). Pseudoderbesia eckloniae sp. nov. (Bryopsidaceae, Ulvophyceae) from Western Australia. Cryptogamie, Algologie 41, pp. 19–23

Huisman JM, Saunders GW (2020). Champia patula (Champiaceae: Rhodymeniales), a new red algal species from the Perth region, Western Australia. Nuytsia 31, pp. 65–68

Johansen MP, Child DP, Hotchkis MAC, Johansen A, Thiruvoth S, Whiting SD (2020). Radionuclides in sea turtles at the Montebello Islands former nuclear test sites: current and historical dose rates for adults and embryos. Marine Pollution Bulletin 158, pp.

Johnston TR, Stock WD, Mawson PR (2020). Implications of Banksia seed reward for conservation and management of Carnaby’s cockatoo on the Swan Coastal Plain, Western Australia. Australian Journal of Zoology 67, pp. 12–18

Jonsen ID, Patterson TA, Costa DP, Doherty PD, Godley BJ, Grecian WJ et al. [Whiting S] (2020). A continuous-time state-space model for rapid quality control of Argos locations from animal-borne tags. Movement Ecology 8,

Keighery B, Keighery G, Brown A (2020). Swan Coastal Plain studies: status of the subspecies of Grevillea curviloba McGillivray (Proteaceae): a critically endangered plant. Western Australian Naturalist 31, pp. 119–127

Keighery G (2020). A rare subspecies of Apium prostratum L. (Apiaceae) from Western Australia. Western Australian Naturalist 31, pp. 133–136

Keighery G, Keighery B (2020). Flora of the Swan Coastal Plain foothills. 3, vascular flora of Korijekup Conservation Park, Harvey. Western Australian Naturalist 31, pp. 137–158

Keighery G, Keighery B (2020). Flora of the Swan Coastal Plain foothills. 4, vascular flora of Yarloop townsite reserves. Western Australian Naturalist 31, pp. 159–179

Khoshravesh R, Stata M, Busch FA, Saladié M, Castelli JM, Dakin N et al. [Macfarlane TD] (2020). The evolutionary origin of C4 photosynthesis in the grass subtribe Neurachninae. Plant Physiology 182, pp. 566–583

Knight KJ, Lado C (2020). Clastoderma confusum (Myxomycetes: Amoebozoa), a remarkable new species of slime mould from Western Australia. Nuytsia 31, pp. 35–40

Krauss S (2020). 99 not out: the Kings Park Summer Scholarship Program set to bring up the ton next year!. For People & Plants 110, pp. 26–29

Kruse J, Shivas RG, McTaggart AR, Lyons MN (2020). Macalpinomyces collinsiae J. Kruse, M.N. Lyons, McTaggart & R.G. Shivas, sp. nov.. Persoonia 44, pp. 410–411

Le Souëf A, Vitali S, Dawson R, Vaughan-Higgins R, Warren K (2020). Hindlimb paralysis syndrome in wild Carnaby's black-cockatoos (Calyptorhynchus latirostris): a new threat for an endangered species. Journal of Wildlife Diseases 56, pp. 609–619

Lester E, Meekan M, Barnes P, Raudino H, Rob D, Waples K et al. (2020). Multi-year patterns in scarring, survival and residency of whale sharks in Ningaloo Marine Park, Western Australia. Marine Ecological Progress Series 634, pp. 115–126

Lohr CA, Algar D (2020). Managing feral cats through an adaptive framework in an arid landscape. Science of the Total Environment 720,

Lohr MT, Hampton JO, Cherriman S, Busetti F, Lohr C (2020). Completing a worldwide picture: preliminary evidence of lead exposure in a scavenging bird from mainland Australia. Science of the Total Environment 715,

Lullfitz A, Byrne M, Knapp L, Hopper SD (2020). Platysace (Apiaceae) of south-western Australia: silent story tellers of an ancient human landscape. Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 130, pp. 61–78

Lum M, Cantrill D, Syme A, Byrne M, Crayn D (2020). Genomics for Australian Plants consortium update. Australasian Systematic Botany Society Newsletter 182/183, pp. 9–13

Luu R, Barrett S, Llorens T (2020). Gastrolobium vestitum: interim recovery plan. Department of Biodiversity, Conservation and Attractions, Western Australia, Interim Recovery Plan 390, 22 p.

Luu R, Llorens T (2020). Conospermum galeatum: interim recovery plan. Department of Biodiversity, Conservation and Attractions, Western Australia, Interim Recovery Plan 389, 21 p.

Lyons M, Collins M, Pryde J, English V (2020). Flora. In Biodiversity survey, mapping, delineation and assessment of selected organic mound springs of the Kimberley Region Department of Biodiversity, Conservation and Attractions, Kensington, WA. pp. 7–19, 108–133

Macfarlane TD, French CJ, Conran JG (2020). A new fringe lily from Kalbarri National Park (Thysanotus kalbarriensis, Asparagaceae). Nuytsia 31, pp. 23–27

McCaw L (2020). Prescribed fire as a tool for land management and bushfire risk mitigation in southern Australia. PowerPoint presentation at 64th Annual Conference of the Australasian Agricultural and Resource Economics Society, Perth, 11-14 February 2020. 10 p.

McCaw L, Burrows N (2020). Prescribed fire as a tool for land management in southern Australian forests and woodlands: a land management perspective. In Prescribed Burning in Australasia: the Science, Practice and Politics of Burning the Bush Australasian Fire and Emergency Service Authorities Council, East Melbourne. pp. 82–93

McLay T, Dillon S (2020). The golden-goo hibiscus (Hibiscus chrysinocolla, Malvaceae), a new species from Katjarra, Western Australia. Nuytsia 31, pp. 41–45

McPhail R, Greatwich B, Carpenter F, Dziminski M (2020). Joining forces: cultural knowledge and modern science combine to safeguard Kimberley bilbies. Landscope 35(3), pp. 23–27

Merritt D, Erickson T (2020). Seed dormancy break and germination of Aluta quadrata: final report. Department of Biodiversity, Conservation and Attractions, Kings Park, W.A.. 16 p.

Millar MA, Coates DJ, Byrne M, Krauss SL, Williams MR, Jonson J et al. (2020). Pollen dispersal, pollen immigration, mating and genetic diversity in restoration of the southern plains Banksia. Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 129, pp. 773–792

Miller RG, Tangney R, Enright NJ, Fontaine JB, Merritt DJ, Ooi MKJ et al. [Ruthrof KX, Miller BP] (2020). Fire seasonality effect on post-fire wind dispersal: response to Keith, Dunker and Driscoll. Trends in Ecology and Evolution 35,

Molloy SW, Burbidge AH, Comer S, Davis RA (2020). Using climate change models to inform the recovery of the western ground parrot Pezoporus flaviventris. Oryx 54, pp. 52–61

Moore HA, Champney JL, Dunlop JA, Valentine LE Nimmo DG (2020). Spot on: using camera traps to individually monitor one of the world’s largest lizards. Wildlife Research 47, pp. 326–337

Moreira F, Ascoli D, Safford H, Adams MA, Moreno JM, Pereira JMC et al. [McCaw L] (2020). Wildfire management in Mediterranean-type regions: paradigm change needed. Environmental Research Letters 15,

Moustaka M, Strydom S (2020). Rare great hammerhead predation of a wedgefish. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 18, p. 193

Muntifering JR, Clark S, Linklater WL, !Uri-[not equals symbol]Khob S, Hebach E, Cloete J et al. [Knight AT] (2020). Lessons from a conservation and tourism cooperative: the Namibian black rhinoceros case. Annals of Tourism Research 82, pp.

Nel R, Dalleau M, Le Gouvello D, Hart-Davis MG, Tucker T, Rees A et al. [Whiting S, Fossette S] (2020). Indian Ocean loggerheads. SWOT Report 15, pp. 28–31

Nevill PG, Zhong X, Tonti-Filippini J, Byrne M, Hislop M, Thiele K, van Leeuwen S et al. (2020). Large scale genome skimming from herbarium material for accurate plant identification and phylogenomics. Plant Methods 16,

O’Donnell A, McCaw L, Cook E, Grierson P (2020). Drought risk for WA’s major agricultural region: insights from a 500-year proxy rainfall record (ABSTRACT). In Abstract Book: AMOS Annual Conference 2020, Esplanade Hotel Fremantle by Rydges, 10-14 February 2020 p. 132

Ohtaka A, Hirabayashi K, Wetzel MJ, Schenková J, Pinder A (eds) (2020). Proceedings of the 14th International Symposium on Aquatic Oligochaeta. Magnolia Press, Auckland. Zoosymposia 17, 189 p.

Pacioni C, Trocini S, Wayne AF, Rafferty C, Page M (2020). Integrating population genetics in an adaptive management framework to inform management strategies. Biodiversity and Conservation 29, pp. 947–966

Palmer R, Anderson H, Richards B (2020). Predator control baiting and monitoring program, Yarraloola and Red Hill, Pilbara region, Western Australia: 2019 annual report and final report, year 5. Department of Biodiversity, Conservation and Attractions, Kensington, WA. 64 p.

Parker CM, Davis RW (2020). Plant of the month, April 2020: Banksia horrida (Meisn.) A.R.Mast & K.R.Thiele, prickly dryandra. Available at https://florabase.dpaw.wa.gov.au/potm/calendar. Department of Biodiversity, Conservation and Attractions, Kensington, WA. 2 p.

Parker CM, Davis RW (2020). Plant of the month, February 2020: Regelia ciliata Schauer. Available at https://florabase.dpaw.wa.gov.au/potm/calendar. Department of Biodiversity, Conservation and Attractions, Kensington, WA. 2 p.

Parker CM, Davis RW (2020). Plant of the month, January 2020: Pentapeltis peltigera (Hook.) Bunge. Available at https://florabase.dpaw.wa.gov.au/potm/calendar. Department of Biodiversity, Conservation and Attractions, Kensington, WA. 2 p.

Parker CM, Davis RW (2020). Plant of the month, June 2020: Nymphoides indica (L.) Kuntze, marshwort. Available at https://florabase.dpaw.wa.gov.au/potm/calendar. Department of Biodiversity, Conservation and Attractions, Kensington, WA. 2 p.

Parker CM, Davis RW (2020). Plant of the month, March 2020: Acetabularia caliculus J.V.Lamour. Available at https://florabase.dpaw.wa.gov.au/potm/calendar. Department of Biodiversity, Conservation and Attractions, Kensington, WA. 2 p.

Parker CM, Davis RW (2020). Plant of the month, May 2020: Caladenia drummondii Benth., winter spider orchid. Available at https://florabase.dpaw.wa.gov.au/potm/calendar. Department of Biodiversity, Conservation and Attractions, Kensington, WA. 2 p.

Penton CE, Woolley L-A, Radford IJ, Murphy BP (2020). Blocked-off: termitaria cause the overestimation of tree hollow availability by ground-based surveys in northern Australia. Forest Ecology and Management 458, pp.

Phillips RD, Boheman B, Brown GR, Tomlinson S, Peakall R (2020). A specialised pollination system using nectar-seeking thynnine wasps in Caladenia nobilis (Orchidaceae). Plant Biology 22, pp. 157–166

Pinder A (2020). Saving the boordenitj boom. Society of Wetland Scientists Oceania Chapter Newsletter Feb, p. 2

Pinder A, Lewis L, Shiel R (2020). Aquatic invertebrates of three wetlands in the Great Sandy Desert sampled in September 2018. Department of Biodiversity, Conservation and Attractions, Kensington, WA. 14 p.

Pinder A, Quinlan K, Shiel R, Lewis L (2020). Aquatic invertebrates. In Biodiversity survey, mapping, delineation and assessment of selected organic mound springs of the Kimberley Region Department of Biodiversity, Conservation and Attractions, Kensington, WA. pp. 20–47, 134–136

Pryde J (2020). Ecological community assessment of the Bunda Bunda organic mound springs of the west Kimberley. In Biodiversity survey, mapping, delineation and assessment of selected organic mound springs of the Kimberley Region Department of Biodiversity, Conservation and Attractions, Kensington, WA. pp. 68–77

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