Biological Survey Butterflies Curation Lepidoptera collections Endangered Lepidoptera Marine Turtles Mesopredator Release Nature Reserve Management Pythons Radio Tracking (Pythons and Mammals) Sun-moths Taxidermy


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+61 8 9405 5117

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Wildlife Place, Woodvale WA 6026, Australia
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Locked Bag 104, Bentley Delivery Centre WA 6983, Australia

Profile

Andrew Williams is a Senior Technical Officer at the Department of Parks and Wildlife (formerly Department of Conservation and Land Management) Wildlife Research Centre at Woodvale. He has wide experience in biological survey, nature reserve management, marine turtle research and nature conservation in Africa, Central America and Australia. His most recent work includes involvement with the Department of Parks and Wildlife's Mesopredator Research Program at Dryandra Woodland and Tutanning Nature Reserve as well as conducting surveys for the Graceful Sun-moth Synemon gratiosa and other sun-moth fauna throughout Western Australia. Other Lepidoptera projects include conducting surveys and providing advice for management of the critically endangered Arid Bronze Azure butterfly in Western Australia. He has had part-timre involvment with investigations into introduced feral rodents on Dirk Hartog Island and monitoring mammals at the Department of Parks and Wildlife endangered species breeding and translocation facility at Lorna Glen. 


Expertise

  • Biological Survey
  • Museum Taxidermy - birds, mammals and reptiles
  • Nature Reserve Management and Planning
  • Marine Turtle Research in Western Australia
  • Python Research in Western Australia
  • Monitoring and radio telemetry of Western Australian mammal and reptile fauna
  • Sand-plot monitoring and use of remote-sensing cameras
  • Butterfly Research
  • Sun-moth Reseach
  • Identification of Lepidoptera larval food-plants
  • Expert knowledge of the life-histories of Western Australian butterflies
  • Curation and management of the Department of Parks and Wildlife's Lepidoptera Research Collections

Brief CV

1966–1969: Conducted biological surveys of the forests of Western Uganda on behalf of the Los Angeles County Museum of Natural History, Los Angeles, California.

1969–1970: Employed as a Research Associate with the Western Foundation of Vertebrate Zoology in Los Angeles, California. Conducted ornithological field expeditions in Costa Rica, Central America. Assisted Dr Lloyd Kiff, curating the WFVZ oological collections.

1971–1978: Conducted biological surveys in Africa: Kenya, Uganda, Central African Republic, Ethiopia, Botswana and the island of Madagascar on behalf of American and Canadian natural history institutions: Smithsonian Institution National Museum of Natural History, Washington; Peabody Museum of Natural History, New Haven, Connecticut; Cornell University, Pennsylvania; Los Angeles County Museum of Natural History, Los Angeles, California; Western Foundation of Vertebrate Zoology, Los Angeles, California, Royal Ontario Museum, Toronto, Canada. Conducted numerous ornithological tours and wildlife photographic safaris in East Africa.

1979–current: Senior Technical Officer, Western Australian Department of Parks and Wildlife, (formerly Department of Conservation and Land Management), at the Western Australian Wildlife Research Centre, Woodvale, Western Australia.


Projects

Mesopredator Research Program

Butterfly research projects

Western Australian Sun-moth Research Program


Publications (121)

Departmental Publications (115)

Found 115 items

2015

Marlow NJ, Thomas ND, Williams AAE, Macmahon B, Lawson J, Hitchen Y et al. [Angus J] (2015). Cats (Felis catus) are more abundant and are the dominant predator of woylies (Bettongia penicillata) after sustained fox (Vulpes vulpes) control. Australian Journal of Zoology 63, pp. 18–27

Marlow NJ, Thomas ND, Williams AAE, Macmahon B, Lawson J, Hitchen Y et al. [Angus J] (2015). Lethal 1080 baiting continues to reduce European red fox (Vulpes vulpes) abundance after more than 25 years of continuous use in south-west Western Australia. Ecological Management and Restoration 16, pp. 131–141

Marlow NJ, Williams AAE, Thomas N, Maxwell M, Wilson I, Wittred B et al. [Brazell R, Withnell B] (2015). The impact of an operational fox baiting campaign on a population of wild brush-tailed phascogales (Phascogale tapoatafa). Conservation Science Western Australia 9, pp. 259–266

Marlow NJ, Williams AAE, Thomas ND, Macmahon B, Lawson J (2015). The diet of foxes (Vulpes vulpes) in fragmented wheatbelt reserves in Western Australia: implications for woylies (Bettongia penicillata) and other native fauna. Conservation Science Western Australia 9, pp. 239–248

Williams AAE, Williams MR, Hort F, Hort J (2015). South-western Australia, 100 years of foreign butterfly immigration. Western Australian Insect Study Society Newsletter Oct, pp. 7–10

2014

King D, Williams AAE (2014). An inland range extension for Ogyris idmo (Hewitson) (Lepidoptera: Lycaenidae). Australian Entomologist 41, pp. 199–201

Williams AAE, Williams MR (2014). Western Xenica: the herald of spring. Newsletter of the Western Australian Insect Study Society Oct, pp. 8–9

2013

Williams A, Williams, M (2013). Sun-moth haven in the wheatbelt: Wyalkatchem Nature Reserve. Landscope 28(4), pp. 24–30

Williams AAE, Williams MR (2013). Kukerin sun-moth, Synemon sp. Kukerin, rediscovered. Available at: http://www.dpaw.wa.gov.au/about-us/science-and-research/publications-resources/111-science-division-information-sheets. 67/2013, 2 p.

2012

Marlow N, Thomas N, Williams A, Macmahon B, Lawson J, Berry O (2012). Final report for Invasive Animals Cooperative Research Centre Project 10.U.01: Introduced predator control and sustained fauna recovery in SW WA - is there a mesopredator release effect? Sub-project 3, woylie decline in Dryandra Woodland: mesopredator release?. Department of Environment and Conservation, Woodvale, WA. 17 p.

Marlow N, Williams A, Hamilton N, Withnell B, Brazell R (2012). The development of a new toxic 1080 bait for fox control, Pro-bait. Department of Environment and Conservation, Woodvale, WA. 12 p.

Prince RIT, Wann RH, Wann JP, Williams AAE (2012). Species, size classes, and apparent growth rates of sea turtles recorded associating with a net and trap fishery in Exmouth Gulf, Western Australia, December 1990-June 1998. Marine Turtle Newsletter 134, pp. 3–8

Williams A, Williams M, Powell R, Walker G (2012). Rare Butterflies of the South-West. Department of Environment and Conservation, Kensington, WA. Department of Environment and Conservation, Western Australia, Bush Books 72 p.

Williams M, Bishop C, Mitchell D, Williams A, Gamblin T (2012). Conservation of the graceful sun-moth (Synemon gratiosa): survey results from the Swan, South West and southern Midwest regions 2010-2012: summary report. Department of Environment and Conservation, Kensington, WA. pp.

2011

Gamblin T, Bishop C, Williams M, Williams A (2011). Graceful sun-moth (Synemon gratiosa). Available at: http://www.dpaw.wa.gov.au/about-us/science-and-research/publications-resources/111-science-division-information-sheets. 41/2011, 2 p.

Williams A, Williams M (2011). Stranger than fiction (AFTERWORD). Mukinbudin Conservation Group, Mukinbudin. p. 26

Williams AAE (2011). Report on Pilbara rare sun-moth survey, September 2011. Department of Environment and Conservation, Woodvale, WA. 5 p.

2010

Bishop C, Williams M, Mitchell D, Williams A, Fissioli J, Gamblin T (2010). Conservation of the graceful sun-moth (Synemon gratiosa): findings from the 2010 graceful sun-moth surveys and habitat assessments across the Swan, South West and southern Midwest regions: interim report, August 2010. Department of Environment and Conservation, Kensington, WA. 30 p.

Gamblin T, Bishop C, Williams M, Williams A (2010). Graceful sun-moth. Landscope 25(4), p. 31

Gamblin T, Williams M, Williams A (2010). The ant, the butterfly, the leafhopper and the bulldozer. Landscope 25(3), pp. 54–58

Williams AAE, Williams EP (2010). Field observations and photographs of some Tasmanian butterflies. Western Australian Insect Study Society Newsletter Dec, pp. 7–8

2009

Gamblin T, Bishop C, Williams M, Williams A (2009). Sun-moth fact sheet (POSTER).

Gamblin T, Williams MR, Williams AAE, Richardson J (2009). The ant, the butterfly and the bulldozer (POSTER).

Gamblin T, Williams MR, Williams AAE, Richardson J (2009). The ant, the butterfly and the bulldozer: a summary of baseline data for the pale form of the sand-dwelling sugar ant Camponotus terebrans associated with the critically endangered arid bronze azure butterfly (Ogyris subterrestris petrina) and recommendations for recovery. Department of Environment and Conservation, Kensington, WA. 16 p.

Williams A, Powell R, Williams M, Walker G (2009). Common Butterflies of the South-West. DEC, Kensington. Department of Environment and Conservation, Western Australia, Bush Books 72 p.

Williams M, Williams A (2009). Butterflies of the south-west. Landscope 25(1), pp. 22–28

2008

Marlow N, Thomas N, Macmahon B, Williams A, Lawson J, Berry O (2008). Decline of woylies (Bettongia penicillata) in Dryandra Woodland: is there a mesopredator effect? (ABSTRACT). In Australasian Wildlife Management Society 21st Annual Conference: Human Impacts on Wildlife, 24-27 November 2008, Fremantle WA: Program and Book of Abstracts p. 94

Marlow N, Thomas N, Williams A, Macmahon B, Lawson J, Richards L (2008). Introduced predator control and sustained fauna recovery in south west Western Australia: woylie decline in Dryandra Woodland: is there a mesopredator release effect?. Department of Environment and Conservation, Woodvale, WA. 17 p.

Williams A, Gamblin T, Richardson J, Williams M, Blechynden P (2008). The critically endangered arid bronze azure butterfly (Ogyris subterrestris petrina): progress report and recommendations for future actions. Department of Environment and Conservation, Woodvale, WA. 13 p.

Williams AAE, Cherriman SC (2008). Assessment of the nesting potential of wedge-tail eagle nests at Dryandra Woodland and Tutanning Nature Reserve, June-July 2008. Department of Environment and Conservation, Woodvale, WA. 4 p.

Williams AAE, Miller G (2008). Three new foodplants for the blue iris skipper Mesodina cyanophracta Lower (Lepidoptera: Hesperiidae). Australian Entomologist 35, pp. 107–109

Williams AAE, Williams MR, Atkins AF (2008). Notes on the life history of the western xenica Geitoneura minyas (Waterhouse & Lyell) (Lepidoptera: Nymphalidae: Satyrinae). Australian Entomologist 35, pp. 153–158

Williams MR, Williams AAE (2008). Threats to the critically endangered arid bronze azure butterfly (Ogyris subterrestris petrina) by proposed vegetation clearing. Department of Environment and Conservation, Kensington. 17 p.

2007

Powell R, Williams AAE (2007). Butterflies recorded on islands off southern Western Australia. Newsletter of the Western Australian Insect Study Society Aug, pp. 1–5

2006

Williams AAE (2006). Butterfly observations on Mauritius Island, with notes on three recently introduced lycaenids, Leptomyrina phidias (Fabricius), Petrelaea sichela reticulum (Mabille) and Chilades pandava (Horsfield) (Lepidoptera: Lycaenidae). Newsletter of the Western Australian Insect Study Society Feb, pp. 5–10

Williams AAE, Algar D (2006). First record of Euchrysops cnejus (Fabricius) (Lepidoptera: Lycaenidae) on Christmas Island, Indian Ocean. Australian Entomologist 33, pp. 111–112

Williams AAE, Powell R (2006). A Visit to Middle Island. Landscope 22(1), pp. 44–50

Williams AAE, Powell RJ (2006). The butterflies (Lepidoptera) of Middle, Woody , Sandy Hook and Goose islands in the Recherche Archipelago, Western Australia. Australian Entomologist 33, pp. 39–48

Williams AAE, Williams MR (2006). A new locality record and notes on the distribution of Trapezites waterhousei Mayo and Atkins (Lepidoptera: Hesperiidae). Australian Entomologist 33, pp. 139–141

Williams AAE, Williams MR, Swann G (2006). Records of butterflies (Lepidoptera) from the Kimberley region of Western Australia. Victorian Entomologist 36, pp. 9–16

2005

Marlow N, Williams A, Thomas N, Maxwell M, Wilson I, Wittred B et al. [Brazell R, Withnell B] (2005). The impact of an operational fox baiting campaign on a population of wild brush tailed phascogales (Phascogale tapoatafa). Department of Conservation and Land Management, Woodvale, WA. 4 p.

Pearson D, Shine R, Williams A (2005). Spatial ecology of a threatened python (Morelia spilota imbricata) and the effects of anthropogenic habitat change. Austral Ecology 30, pp. 261–274

Williams A, Williams M (2005). Endangered or extinct?: Kalgoorlie's arid bronze azure. Landscope 21(2), pp. 19–23

2004

Williams A (2004). Instructions for setting butterflies. Newsletter of the Western Australian Insect Study Society Feb, pp. 4–6

2003

Pearson D, Shine R, Williams A (2003). Thermal biology of large snakes in cool climates: a radio-telemetric study of carpet pythons (Morelia spilota imbricata) in south-western Australia. Journal of Thermal Biology 28, pp. 117–131

Williams A (2003). Status of the western form of the arid bronze azure butterfly: Ogyris subterrestris petrina. pp. 3–4

Williams AAE, Williams MR (2003). In search of the elusive western flat. Landscope 18(3), pp. 48–53

2002

Atkins AF, Williams AAE, Williams MR (2002). Exometoeca nycteris Meyrick (Lepidoptera: Hesperiidae: Pyrginae): life history and morphological studies. Australian Entomologist 29, pp. 1–10

Pearson D, Shine R, Williams A (2002). Geographic variation in sexual size dimorphism within a single snake species (Morelia spilota: Pythonidae). Oecologia 131, pp. 418–426

2001

Pearson D, Shine R, Bonnet X, Williams A, Jennings B, Lourdais O (2001). Ecological notes on crowned snakes, Elapognathus coronatus, from the Archipelago of the Recherche in southwestern Australia. Australian Zoologist 31, pp. 610–617

Williams A (2001). Long-tailed pea-blue (Lampides boeticus). Newsletter of the Western Australian Insect Study Society Feb, pp. 2–3

2000

Williams A (2000). An unusually late marbled xenica observation. Newsletter of the Western Australian Insect Study Society Apr, p. 4

Williams AAE, Powell RJ (2000). Butterflies on Rottnest Island. Landscope 15(4), pp. 23–27

Williams AAE, Williams MR, Graham AJ (2000). Further notes on some Western Australian butterflies. Victorian Entomologist 30, pp. 3–9

1998

Williams A (1998). Palmdarts in Western Australia. p. 3

Williams AAE, Powell RJ (1998). The butterflies (Lepidoptera) of east and west Wallabi Islands, Western Australia. Australian Entomologist 25, pp. 107–112

Williams AAE, Scanlon MD, Himbeck KJ (1998). New records of butterflies (Lepidoptera) from Dorre Island, Western Australia. Victorian Entomologist 28(3), pp. 55–58

Williams AAE, Williams MR, Hay RW (1998). A new species of Trapezites Hübner (Lepidoptera: Hesperiidae) from Western Australia. Australian Entomologist 25, pp. 7–12

Williams MR, Williams AAE, Lundstrom T (1998). Jewels of the west. Landscope 13(3), pp. 49–53

1997

Williams AAE (1997). The butterflies (Lepidoptera) of Garden and Rottnest islands, Western Australia. Australian Entomologist 24, pp. 27–34

Williams AAE, Atkins AF (1997). Notes on the life history of the Western Australian skipper Mesodina hayi Edwards & Graham (Lepidoptera: Hesperiidae). Australian Entomologist 24, pp. 81–85

Williams AAE, Williams MR, Atkins AF (1997). Notes on some Western Australian butterflies. Victorian Entomologist 27, pp. 44–49

1996

Pearson D, Williams A, Shine R (1996). Preliminary results of a study on the ecology of the south-western carpet python (Morelia spilota imbricata) (ABSTRACT). In 24th Meeting of the Australian Society of Herpetologists, Inc.: Conference Program & Abstracts: Wellington Mills, Western Australia, 22-25 September 1996 p. 36

Williams A (1996). Notes on butterflies collected in the reserve. Department of Conservation and Land Management, Western Australia, Landscope Expeditions 13, p. 15

Williams AAE, Atkins AF (1996). The life history of the Western Australian skipper Mesodina cyanophracta Lower (Lepidoptera: Hesperidae). Australian Entomologist 23, pp. 49–54

Williams AAE, Williams MR, Tomlinson AG, Lundstrom TD (1996). Records of butterflies from the central desert region and semi-arid areas of Western Australia. Victorian Entomologist 26, pp. 29–34

Williams MR, Williams AAE, Lundstrom TD, Hay RW (1996). The distribution of Waterhouse's skipper, Trapezites waterhousei Mayo & Atkins (Lepidoptera: Hesperiidae) in Western Australia. Australian Entomologist 23, pp. 83–85

1995

Williams A, Williams M (1995). Western petalura: ancient relict of the jarrah forest. Landscope 10(3), pp. 52–53

Williams MR, Williams AAE, Lundstrom TD, Hay RW, Bollam HH, Graham AJ (1995). Range extensions and natural history notes for some Western Australian butterflies. Victorian Entomologist 25, pp. 94–96

1994

Hay RW, Houston TF, Williams AAE, Williams M (1994). Bring back the butterflies: butterfly gardening for Western Australians. Western Australian Museum, Perth. 72 p.

Williams AAE, Tomlinson AG (1994). Further distributional records and natural history notes on butterflies from Western Australia. Victorian Entomologist 24, pp. 122–124

1993

Williams AAE (1993). A new larval food plant for Hesperilla donnysa albina Waterhouse (Lepidoptera: Hesperiidae) in Western Australia. Australian Entomologist 20, p. 72

Williams AAE (1993). New distribution records for the yellow palmdart Cephrenes trichopepla and the orange palmdart Cephrenes augiades sperthias from Western Australia. Western Australian Naturalist 19, pp. 255–256

Williams AAE, Atkins AF (1993). Notes on the life history of Taractrocera papyria agraulia (Hewitson) (Lepidoptera: Hesperiidae). Australian Entomologist 20, pp. 135–137

Williams AAE, Hall GP (1993). New records of butterflies (Lepidoptera: Hesperioidea and Papilionoidea) from Bernier Island, Western Australia. Australian Entomologist 20, pp. 45–46

Williams AAE, Williams MR, Hay RW, Tomlinson AG (1993). Some distributional records and natural history notes on butterflies from Western Australia. Victorian Entomologist 23, pp. 126–131

1992

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.

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 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

1991

Williams AAE (1991). New southern records of the yellow palmdart Cephrenes trichopepla (Lepidoptera: Hesperiidae) in Western Australia. Australian Entomological Magazine 18, pp. 43–44

1987

Moore S, Alford J, Raven T, Williams A (1987). Nature reserves of the shires of York and Northam: management plan, 1987-1997. Department of Conservation and Land Management, Como, WA. Department of Conservation and Land Management, Western Australia, Management Plan 4, 132 p.

Moore S, Alford J, Raven T, Williams A (1987). Nature reserves of the shires of York and Northam: summary of public submissions. Department of Environment and Conservation, Como, WA. Department of Conservation and Land Management, Western Australia, Management Plan 4, 19 p.

Williams A (1987). Lacepede Islands, July 1987. Department of Conservation and Land Management, 26 p.

1986

Moore SA, Williams AAE (1986). Nature reserves of the Shire of Wyalkatchem: management plan, 1985-1995. Department of Conservation and Land Management, Western Australia, Management Plan 2, 103 p.

Moore SA, Williams AAE (1986). Nature reserves of the shires of York and Northam: draft management plan, March 1986. Department of Conservation and Land Management, Como, WA. Department of Conservation and Land Management, Western Australia, Management Plan 4, 132 p.

1985

Moore SA, Williams AAE, Crook IG, Chatfield GR (1985). Nature reserves of the Shire of Toodyay. Department of Fisheries and Wildlife, Western Australia, Nature Reserve Management Plan 6, 143 p.

1984

Burbidge A, Burt J, Carter D, Jordan K, Rolfe J, Williams A (1984). Reptiles and amphibians. In A Biological Survey of the Nullarbor Region, South and Western Australia in 1984: Preliminary Report National Parks and Wildlife Service, South Australia, Adelaide. pp. 119–132

Crook IG, Williams AAE, Chatfield GR, Moore SA (1984). Nature reserves of the Shire of Dandaragan. Volume one. Department of Fisheries and Wildlife, Western Australia, Nature Reserve Management Plan 5, 76 p.

Moore SA, Williams AAE (1984). Nature reserves of the Shire of Wyalkatchem. - Draft. Department of Fisheries and Wildlife, Western Australia, Western Australian nature reserve management plan 8, 89 p.

Moore SA, Williams AAE, Crook IG, Chatfield GR (1984). Nature reserves of the Shire of Toodyay. - Draft. Department of Fisheries and Wildlife, Western Australia, Western Australian nature reserve management plan 6, 160 p.

1983

Moore SA, Williams AAE, Crook IG (1983). Beekeeping on the nature reserves of Western Australia. - Draft. Department of Fisheries and Wildlife, Western Australia, Western Australian nature reserve management plan. Supplement 1, 109 p.

1982

Crook IG, Williams AAE, Chatfield GR (1982). Nature reserves of the Shire of Dandaragan. Volume one. - Draft. Department of Fisheries and Wildlife, Western Australia, Nature Reserve Management Plan 5, 98 p.

1981

Williams AAE (1981). Management planning report: Wongamine Nature Reserve. Department of Fisheries and Wildlife, Western Australia, 19 p.

1980

Williams AAE (1980). Management planning report: Beelaring Nature Reserve no. 529. Department of Fisheries and Wildlife, Western Australia, 12 p.

Williams AAE (1980). Management planning report: Bewmalling reserve no. 30306. Department of Fisheries and Wildlife, Western Australia, 14 p.

Williams AAE (1980). Management planning report: Goonaring Nature Reserve no. 659. Department of Fisheries and Wildlife, Western Australia, 14 p.

Williams AAE (1980). Management planning report: reserve no. 10991. Department of Fisheries and Wildlife, Western Australia, 15 p.

Williams AAE (1980). Management planning report: reserve no. 16129. Department of Fisheries and Wildlife, Western Australia, 6 p.

Williams AAE (1980). Management planning report: reserve no. 21429. Department of Fisheries and Wildlife, Western Australia, 17 p.

Williams AAE (1980). Management planning report: reserve no. 2393. Department of Fisheries and Wildlife, Western Australia, 17 p.

Williams AAE (1980). Management planning report: reserve no. 689. Department of Fisheries and Wildlife, Western Australia, 17 p.

Williams AAE (1980). Management planning report: Toodyay Shire, Poison Gully Reserve no. 19900. Department of Fisheries and Wildlife, Western Australia, 14 p.

Williams AAE (1980). Management planning report: Wyalkatchem Shire: Nembudding reserve no. 34385. Department of Fisheries and Wildlife, Western Australia, 13 p.

Williams AAE (1980). Management planning report: Wyalkatchem Shire: reserve no. 10992. Department of Fisheries and Wildlife, Western Australia, 17 p.

Williams AAE (1980). Management planning report: Wyalkatchem Shire: reserve no. 21719. Department of Fisheries and Wildlife, Western Australia, 12 p.

Williams AAE (1980). Management planning report: Wyalkatchem Shire: reserve no. 23877 revisited. Department of Fisheries and Wildlife, Western Australia, 15 p.

Williams AAE (1980). Management planning report: Wyalkatchem Shire: reserve no. 34527. Department of Fisheries and Wildlife, Western Australia, 12 p.

Williams AAE (1980). Provisional report on 3 nature reserves in Dandaragan Shire. Department of Fisheries and Wildlife, Western Australia, 46 p.

Williams AAE (1980). Provisional report on 6 nature reserves in Dandaragan Shire. Department of Fisheries and Wildlife, Western Australia, 83 p.

Williams AAE (1980). Provisional report on Nangeen Hill Nature Reserve no. A 23187. Department of Fisheries and Wildlife, Western Australia, 13 p.

Williams AAE (1980). Provisional report: Albany Shire nature reserves. Department of Fisheries and Wildlife, Western Australia, 38 p.

1979

Williams AAE (1979). Provisional report on 13 nature reserves in Bruce Rock Shire. Department of Fisheries and Wildlife, Western Australia, 50 p.

1978

Williams AAE (1978). Accidental parasitisation of an eastern double-collared sunbird by a variable sun-bird. Scopus 2, pp. 25–26

Williams AAE (1978). Notes on Tockus hornbills breeding at Lake Baringo, Kenya. Scopus 2, pp. 21–23

1976

Benson CW, Colebrook-Robjent JFR, Williams A (1976). Contribution a l’ornithologie de Madagascar. L'Oiseau et la Revue Francaise d'Ornithologie 46, pp. 367–386

Additional Publications (6)

(“In press” and draft publications, or those published while employed elsewhere.)

1979

Williams JG, Williams AE, Arlott N (1979) Guide des orchideés sauvages d'Europe et du bassin Méditerranéen, Afrique du nord et Proche-Orient inclus. Delachaux et Neistlé, Neuchâtel. 191 p.

Williams JG, Williams AE, Arlott N (1979) BLV Bestimmungsbuch orchideen Europas mit Nordafrica und Kleinasien. BLV Verlsgsgesellschaft. München. 176 p.

Williams JG, Williams AE, Arlott N (1979) Elseviers orchideeëngids Alle orchideeën van Europa, het Middellandse-Zeegebied, klein-azië en Noord-Afrika. Elsevier, Amsterdam. 175 p.

1978

Williams JG, Williams AE, Arlott N (1978) Orkidéer i Europa, Nordafrica och Mellersta Östern. Norstedt & Söners, Stockholm. 176 p.

Williams JG, Williams AE, Arlott N (1978) A field guide to the orchids of Britain and Europe with north Africa and the Middle East. Collins, London. 176 p.

1983

Williams JG, Williams AE (1983) Field guide to orchids of North America from Alaska, Greenland and the Arctic south to the Mexican border. Universe Books, New York.143p.