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Profile

I am a Principal Research Scientist in Science and Conservation Division, where my research relates to various wildlife management issues and provision of high quality advice to the Director of Science and Conservation and various specialist branches and operations staff throughout the department. Advice is also provided to other departments, institutions and individuals.

Current research involves mainly research on threatened birds and their management, and the development and implementation of bird recovery plans, but also includes general biological survey (such as for the Pilbara Biodiversity Survey).


Expertise

My major area of expertise is in avian biology and ecology, particularly in relation to the conservation of threatened birds, and as a component of biodiversity surveys at various scales. While my field experience is primarily in birds, I also have significant expertise in general zoological and botanical survey work, as well as a strong background in the study of plant and bird breeding systems, and interactions between birds and plants.


Brief CV

Academic qualifications

B.Sc.(Hons.) Flinders University of South Australia, 1974

Honours thesis: Heteroploidy in the Casuarina distyla group.

Ph.D. University of Western Australia, 1985

Thesis: Breeding Systems in Triggerplants (Stylidium; Stylidiaceae).

Research experience

I have over 30 years experience in matters related to wildlife research and conservation (see above areas of interest and expertise and below for current projects and publications).


Projects

  • Birds of Pilbara islands
  • Night Parrot survey and conservation
  • Conservation of the Western Bristlebird in relation to fire and predators
  • Conservation of the Western Ground Parrot in relation to fire and predators
  • Translocation of threatened birds from Barrow Island for fauna reconstruction in the Montebello Islands
  • Conservation status and phylogenetic relationships of threatened birds at Shark Bay

Publications (260)

Departmental Publications (260)

Found 260 items

2017

Burbidge A, Cake M, Ford S, O’Connor F (2017). The Australian Bird Guide by Peter Menkhorst, Danny Rogers, Rohan Clarke, Jeff Davies, Peter Marsack, and Kim Franklin 2017. Published by CSIRO Publishing, Clayton South, Vic. 576 pages, 245 x 170 mm, numerous colour and black and white illustrations including maps and colour plates. Soft cover, $49.95, ISBN: 9780643097544 (BOOK REVIEW). Western Australian Bird Notes 162, pp. 6–7

Burbidge A, Mather S, Bamford M (2017). To cull or not to cull: is harvesting pest birds for the captive trade a viable alternative? (LETTER). Western Australian Bird Notes 161, pp. 7–8

Comer S, Berryman A, Cowen S, Pinder J, Tiller C, Powell C et al. [Clausen L, Burbidge A] (2017). Acoustic surveys for western ground parrots. Poster presented at the Australasian Ecoacoustics Workshop, Brisbane 2nd-3rd February 2017. p. 1

Comer S, Molloy S, Burbidge A (2017). Species distribution modelling for the western ground parrot. Western Australian Bird Notes 161, pp. 21–22

Morris K, Thomas N, Burbidge A (2017). The use of Western Australian islands for fauna reconstruction (ABSTRACT). In 12th International Mammalogical Congress, Perth, Western Australia, 9th-4th July 2017: Abstract Book p. 53

Murphy SA, Austin JJ, Murphy RK, Silcock J, Joseph L, Garnett ST et al. [Burbidge AH] (2017). Observations on breeding night parrots (Pezoporus occidentalis) in western Queensland. Emu - Austral Ornithology 117, pp. 107–113

2016

Burbidge AH, Ball J, Blythman M, Dolman G, Ford S, King J et al. (2016). Threatened birds on Dirk Hartog Island: 2015-16 report. Department of Parks and Wildlife, Woodvale, WA. 12 p.

Burbidge AH, Comer S, Lees C, Page M, Stanley F (2016). Creating a future for the western ground parrot: workshop report. Department of Parks and Wildlife, Kensington, WA. 98 p.

Comer S, Burbidge A (2016). A catastrophic start to the fire season for threatened birds on the south coast. Western Australian Bird Notes 157, pp. 4–5

Comer S, Burbidge A, Algar D, Clausen L, Berryman A, Pinder J et al. [Cowen S, Danks A, Pridham J, Butler S] (2016). From the ashes: creating a future for western ground parrots. Landscope 31(4), pp. 11–15

Comer S, Burbidge A, Thomas A, Clausen L (2016). June 2016, a brighter future for the western ground parrot?. Friends of the Western Ground Parrot Newsupdate 71, pp. 3–5

Moore TL, Burbidge AH, Sonneman T, Wilson BA (2016). Mammal assemblages in Boonanarring Nature Reserve, Dandaragan Plateau, Western Australia from 1986 and 2012. Journal of the Royal Society of Western Australia 99, pp. 1–8

Thomas N, Burbidge A, Morris K (2016). Montebello renewal: fauna reconstruction and recovery on arid WA islands (ABSTRACT). In Island Arks Symposium IV, Norfolk Island, February 2016 pp. 20–21

2015

Austin JJ, Joseph L, Toon A, White LC, Burbidge AH (2015). Speciation or subspeciation in the southern Australian whipbirds long recognized as the western whipbird Psophodes nigrogularis? (ABSTRACT). In Australasian Ornithological Conference 2015: Flinders University, Adelaide, South Australia: AOC Adelaide 2015, 25th-29th November 2015 p. 55

Burbidge A (2015). Obituary: John Hutchinson, 1928-8 August 2015. Western Australian Bird Notes 156, p. 8

Burbidge AH, Blythman M (2015). Birds of Katjarra and nearby areas in the Birriliburu Indigenous Protected Area: report to the Birriliburu Native Title Claimants and Central Desert Native Title Services. Department of Parks and Wildlife, Woodvale, WA. 37 p.

Burbidge AH, Dolman G, Blythman M (2015). Threatened birds on Dirk Hartog Island: preliminary report on September 2014 survey. Department of Parks and Wildlife, Woodvale, WA. 8 p.

Burbidge AH, van Dongen R, Ball J, Ford S (2015). Monitoring and modelling the distribution of rare birds on Dirk Hartog Island: how threatened are they? (ABSTRACT). In Australasian Ornithological Conference 2015: Flinders University, Adelaide, South Australia: AOC Adelaide 2015, 25th-29th November 2015 p. 69

Comer S, Algar D, Bell L, Burbidge A, Clausen L, Cowen S et al. [Pinder J, Pridham J] (2015). Conserving kyloring and the challenge of managing feral cats on the south coast of Western Australia (ABSTRACT). In Australasian Wildlife Management Society 28th Annual Conference: Wildlife Management in a Changing Environment, 23-26 November, 2015, Perth, Western Australia: Book of Abstracts p. 11

Comer S, Berryman A, Burbidge AH, Broomhall G, Moar S (2015). Western ground parrot. Department of Parks and Wildlife, Kensington, WA. Fire Management Guideline S13, 13 p.

Comer S, Burbidge AH, Danks A (2015). Box 7.5: Testing habitat requirements for noisy scrub-birds using adaptive management. CSIRO Publishing, Clayton South. pp. 81–82

Dolman G, Burbidge AH (2015). Using phylogenetics of fieldwrens and heathwrens to inform conservation management in Western Australia (ABSTRACT). In Australasian Ornithological Conference 2015: Flinders University, Adelaide, South Australia: AOC Adelaide 2015, 25th-29th November 2015 p. 56

Fitzsimons J, Burbidge A, Clarke R, Lill A, Menkhorst P, O’Connor J et al. (2015). Taking Australasian ornithology to the world: Australian Field Ornithology goes online from 2016 (ABSTRACT). In Australasian Ornithological Conference 2015: Flinders University, Adelaide, South Australia: AOC Adelaide 2015, 25th-29th November 2015 p. 16

Gibson LA, Williams KJ, Pinder AM, Harwood T, McKenzie NL, Ferrier S et al. [Lyons MN, Burbidge AH] (2015). Compositional patterns in terrestrial fauna and wetland flora and fauna across the Pilbara biogeographic region of Western Australia and the representativeness of its conservation reserve system. Records of the Western Australian Museum, Supplement 78, pp. 515–545

Morris K, Page M, Kay R, Renwick J, Desmond A, Comer S et al. (2015). Forty years of fauna translocations in Western Australia: lessons learned. In Advances in Reintroduction Biology of Australian and New Zealand Fauna CSIRO Publishing, Clayton South. pp. 217–236

Murphy S, Night Parrot Recovery Team [Burbidge A et al.] (2015). Shining a light: the research unlocking the secrets of the mysterious night parrot. Australian Birdlife 4(3), pp. 30–35

Murphy S, Young J, Barr R and the Night Parrot Recovery Team [Burbidge A.H. et al.] (2015). The emerging ecological picture of night parrots and the conservation strategies to help save them (ABSTRACT). In Australasian Ornithological Conference 2015: Flinders University, Adelaide, South Australia: AOC Adelaide 2015, 25th-29th November 2015 p. 17

Stranger R, Burbidge A (2015). Laughing dove in the north. Western Australian Bird Notes 155, p. 23

Woinarski JCZ, Burbidge AH, Comer S, Harley D, Legge S, Lindenmayer DB et al. (2015). Fire and biodiversity in Australia. In Austral Ark: the State of Wildlife in Australia and New Zealand Cambridge University Press, Cambridge. pp. 537–559

2014

Burbidge A, Comer S, Ferguson A, Bondin A, Steytler G (2014). Captive western ground parrots transferred to Perth Zoo. Western Australian Bird Notes 151, pp. 21–22

Cowen S, Burbidge AH, Comer SJ (2014). From refuge to resource: Bald Island and the noisy scrub-bird (ABSTRACT). In Island Arks Symposium III: Program & Guide pp. 25–26

Guthrie NA, Burbidge A (2014). Patterns of richness: ground-dwelling beetles of the Pilbara. Available at https://www.dpaw.wa.gov.au/about-us/science-and-research/publications-resources/111-science-division-information-sheets. 79/2014, 2 p.

Thomas N, Burbidge A, Garretson S (2014). Hermite Island fauna reconstruction. Available at https://www.dpaw.wa.gov.au/about-us/science-and-research/publications-resources/111-science-division-information-sheets. 76/2014, 2 p.

2013

Burbidge A (2013). Threatened birds on Dirk Hartog Island: reconnaissance survey May 2013. Department of Environment and Conservation, Woodvale, WA. 18 p.

Burbidge A (2013). Western ground parrot now listed as critically endangered. Western Australian Bird Notes 146, p. 22

Burbidge A, Joseph L (2013). The world's most mysterious bird: what's going on?. Western Australian Bird Notes 147, p. 24

Comer S, Burbidge A, Algar D, Berryman A, Bondin A (2013). Kyloring, cats and conservation: the race to save the western ground parrot. Landscope 29(2), pp. 40–45

Johnstone RE, Burbidge AH, Darnell JC (2013). Birds of the Pilbara region, including seas and offshore islands, Western Australia: distribution, status and historical changes. Records of the Western Australian Museum Supplement 78, pp. 343–441

Toon A, Joseph L, Burbidge AH (2013). Genetic analysis of the Australian whipbirds and wedgebills illuminates the evolution of their plumage and vocal diversity. Emu: Austral Ornithology 113, pp. 359–366

2012

Burbidge A (2012). Potential suitability of the Turee Creek Flats, Karijini National Park, for night parrots. Department of Environment and Conservation, Woodvale, WA. 7 p.

Joseph L, Burbidge A, Murphy S (2012). Night parrot, Pezoporus occidentalis (Gould, 1861). In Queensland's Threatened Animals CSIRO Publishing, Collingwood. pp. 300–301

McBride MF, Garnett ST, Szabo JK, Burbidge AH, Butchart SHM, Christidis L et al. (2012). Structured elicitation of expert judgments for threatened species assessment: a case study on a continental scale using email. Methods in Ecology and Evolution 3,

2011

Bondin A, Comer S, Burbidge A (2011). Conserving kyloring : the challenge to save Australia's newest parrot species from extinction. Wingspan 21(2), pp. 18–20

Burbidge A (2011). Australia's western ground parrot: will it survive the ravages of introduced predators? Available at http://bushwarriors.wordpress.com/2011/01/28/enigmatic-and-unusual-bird-on-the-bink-of-extinction-australia%e2%80%99s-western-ground-parrot-will-it-survive-the-ravages-of-introduced-predators-and-bushfires/. Bush Warriors, New York. 10 p.

Burbidge A (2011). Parrots of the world (BOOK REVIEW). Western Australian Bird Notes 137, pp. 8–9

Burbidge A (2011). The Duke and the scrub-bird. Western Australian Bird Notes 140, p. 14

Burbidge AH, Maron M, Clarke MF, Baker J, Oliver DL, Ford G (2011). Linking science and practice in ecological research: how can we do it better?. Ecological Management and Restoration 12, pp. 54–60

Comer S, Butler S, Burbidge A (2011). Ground parrots and bushfire, again!. Western Australian Bird Notes 138, pp. 17–18

Comer S, Tiller C, Danks A, Burbidge A (2011). Translocations of the endangered noisy scrub-bird as a mechanism for increasing resilience in changing climates (ABSTRACT). In Ecological Society of Australia, 2011 Annual Conference: Ecology in Changing Landscapes: Conference Handbook, 21-25 November, 2011, Wrest Point, Hobart, Tasmania p. 112

Danks A, Comer S, Burbidge A (2011). Back from the brink: 50 years of conservation at Two Peoples Bay. Landscope 27(1), pp. 32–38

Doughty P, Rolfe JK, Burbidge AH, Pearson DJ, Kendrick PG (2011). Herpetological assemblages of the Pilbara biogeographic region, Western Australia: ecological associations, biogeographic patterns and conservation. Records of the Western Australian Museum Supplement 78, pp. 315–341

Murphy SA, Joseph L, Burbidge AH, Austin J (2011). A cryptic and critically endangered species revealed by mitochondrial DNA analyses: the western ground parrot. Conservation Genetics 12, pp. 595–600

Tiller C, Comer S, Burbidge A (2011). Translocations of the endangered noisy scrub-bird as a mechanism for increasing resilience in changing climates (ABSTRACT). In Ecological Society of Australia, 2011 Annual Conference: Ecology in Changing Landscapes: Conference Handbook, 21-25 November, 2011, Wrest Point, Hobart, Tasmania p. 268

2010

Burbidge A (2010). Western white-naped honeyeater: a separate species. Western Australian Bird Notes 135, p. 23

Burbidge A, Comer S (2010). Island arks for rare Western Australians. Wingspan. Supplement 20, p. 15

Burbidge A, Hamilton N, Comer S, Blythman M, Caton W, Pridham J, Danks A (2010). New and interesting bird records from Barrow Island. Western Australian Bird Notes 135, pp. 25–26

Burbidge AH, Comer S, Danks A, Berryman A, Hamilton N (2010). Attempted re-introduction of the western bristlebird in south-western Australia. In Global Re-Introduction Perspectives, 2010: Additional Case Studies from Around the Globe IUCN SSC Re-Introduction Specialist Group, Abu Dhabi. pp. 171–175

Burbidge AH, Johnstone RE, Pearson DJ (2010). Birds in a vast arid upland: avian biogeographical patterns in the Pilbara region of Western Australia. Records of the Western Australian Museum Supplement 78, pp. 247–270

Burbidge AH, Tiller C, Comer S, Algar D, Friend JA, Berryman A (2010). Cost effective approaches to threatened species management: the south coast integrated fauna recovery program (ABSTRACT). In Threatened Species Research Forum: Western Australian Ecology Centre, 9th July 2010: a Review of WA Government Research into Threatened Species p. 8

Comer S, Burbidge A, Tiller C, Berryman A, Utber D (2010). Heeding kyloring's warning: south coast species under threat. Landscope 26(1), pp. 48–53

Comer S, Danks A, Burbidge AH, Tiller C (2010). The history and success of noisy scrub-bird re-introductions in Western Australia, 1983-2005. In Global Re-Introduction Perspectives, 2010: Additional Case Studies from Around the Globe IUCN SSC Re-Introduction Specialist Group, Abu Dhabi. pp. 187–192

Comer S, Newbey B, Burbidge A (2010). New western ground parrot recovery actions under way. Western Australian Bird Notes 133, p. 3

Joseph L, Burbidge A, Murphy S, Clarke R (2010). Night shift. Wingspan 20(4), pp. 44–45

Volschenk ES, Burbidge AH, Durrant BJ, Harvey MS (2010). Spatial distribution patterns of scorpions (Scorpiones) in the arid Pilbara region of Western Australia. Records of the Western Australian Museum Supplement 78, pp. 271–284

2009

Burbidge A (2009). Genetics breakthrough. Friends of the Western Ground Parrot Newsupdate 36, pp. 1–2

Burbidge A (2009). Western ground parrot in dire straits. Western Australian Bird Notes 130, pp. 1–2

Burbidge A (ed) (2009). Carnaby's Black-Cockatoo Symposium: Monday 1st December, 2008, Department of Environment and Conservation, Kensington: proceedings, September 2009. WWF-Australia, Sydney. 56 p.

Burbidge A, Berryman A, Comer S, Bondin A, Newbey B, Blyth J (2009). Volunteers are a key component in research and management of the critically endangered western ground parrot (ABSTRACT). In Fifth Biennial Australasian Ornithological Conference, Armidale, NSW, 29 November-4 December 2009: Program, Timetable & Abstracts p. 29

Burbidge A, Mitchell D, Roache M (2009). Overview of the Carnaby's Black-Cockatoo Symposium. WWF-Australia, Sydney. p. 5

Burbidge AH (2009). Western ground parrots distinct from eastern ground parrots. Western Wildlife: Newsletter of the Land for Wildlife Scheme 13(3), p. 17

Burbidge AH, Rolfe JK, McKenzie NL, Roberts JD (2009). Biogeographic patterns in small ground-dwelling vertebrates of the Western Australian wheatbelt. Appendices. Department of Environment and Conservation, Woodvale, WA. pp. 261–288

Comer S, Berryman A, Burbidge A (2009). Turning down the heat: the challenges of managing the critically endangered western ground parrot in a wildfire prone environment. Wingspan 19(1), pp. 10–13

Comer S, Burbidge A, Tiller C, Berryman A, Danks A, McNee S (2009). Monitoring to inform adaptive management of threatened birds on the south coast of Western Australia (ABSTRACT). In Abstracts, 10th International Congress of Ecology (INTECOL): Ecology in a Changing Climate: Two Hemispheres-One Globe, Brisbane, August 2009 p. 1

Gilfillan S, Comer S, Burbidge A, Blyth J, Danks A, Newell J (2009). South coast threatened birds recovery plan, 2009-2018. Department of Environment and Conservation, Kensington, WA. 40 p.

Gilfillan S, Comer S, Burbidge A, Blyth J, Danks A, Newell J (2009). South coast threatened birds recovery plan, 2009-2018. Department of Environment and Conservation, Kensington, WA. Western Australian Wildlife Management Program 40, 40 p.

McDougall A, Porter G, Mostert M, Cupitt R, Cupitt S, Joseph L et al. [Burbidge A] (2009). Another piece in an Australian ornithological puzzle: a second night parrot is found dead in Queensland. Emu: Austral Ornithology 109, pp. 198–203

Murphy S, Austin J, Burbidge A, Joseph L, Berryman A (2009). Systematics and population history of ground parrots suggest we are dealing with a critically endangered species (ABSTRACT). In Fifth Biennial Australasian Ornithological Conference, Armidale, NSW, 29 November-4 December 2009: Program, Timetable & Abstracts p. 44

Murphy S, Berryman A, Burbidge A, Joseph L, Austin J (2009). Raising the stakes: ancient and modern population history of western ground parrots combine to suggest a new addition to Australia?s critically endangered species list. Wingspan 19(2), p. 19

Murphy S, Burbidge A, Joseph L, McAllan I, Venables W, King E (2009). Wanted: a bigger needle or a smaller haystack. explaining and predicting the occurrence of night parrots in a vast landscape (ABSTRACT). In Fifth Biennial Australasian Ornithological Conference, Armidale, NSW, 29 November-4 December 2009: Program, Timetable & Abstracts p. 83

Stojanovic D, le Souef A, Burbidge A, Warren K (2009). Satellite and radio transmitters can be successfully borne by black-cockatoos (ABSTRACT). In Fifth Biennial Australasian Ornithological Conference, Armidale, NSW, 29 November-4 December 2009: Program, Timetable & Abstracts p. 34

2008

Berryman A, Burbidge A (2008). Western ground parrot. In State of Australia's birds, 2008 Birds Australia, Melbourne. p. 34

Berryman A, Comer S, Burbidge AH (2008). Surveying critically endangered western ground parrot populations to inform fire management decisions (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. 115

Boucher NJ, Burbidge A, Jinnai M (2008). Computer recognition of sounds that have never been heard before. Paper presented at the 18th Biennial Congress of the Australian Institute of Physics, University of Adelaide, 30 November to 5 December 2008. Department of Environment and Conservation, Woodvale, WA. pp. 1–4

Burbidge A (2008). It couldn't be done. In Eyre's Sand Patch to Eyre Bird Observatory: a Compilation of Memories, Reminiscences and Stories AM & CPS de Rebeira, Glen Forrest. p. 26

Burbidge A (2008). Little and long-billed corellas learning to use a new food source, the seeds of marri. Australian Field Ornithology 25, pp. 136–139

Burbidge A, Blyth J (2008). Threatened & rare birds of Western Australia. Rev. reprint. DEC, Kensington, WA. Department of Environment and Conservation, Western Australia, Bush Books 72 p.

Burbidge AH, Berryman A, Comer S, Blyth J (2008). Stemming the decline of the critically endangered western ground parrot: where to from here? (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. 116

Comer S, Tiller C, Burbidge AH (2008). Management of the noisy scrub-bird: translocations and wildfire (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. 114

Davis RA, Burbidge AH (2008). The elegant parrot (Neophema elegans) in arid regions of Western Australia. Amytornis 1, pp. 1–5

2007

Burbidge A (2007). The Jarnadup bristlebird eggs: who dunnit?. South Coast Threatened Birds News 11, p. 13

Burbidge A (2007). What was the Jarnadup bristlebird?. Records of the Western Australian Museum 24, pp. 1–7

Burbidge AH, Rolfe J, McNee S, Newbey B, Williams M (2007). Monitoring population change in the cryptic and threatened western ground parrot in relation to fire. Emu: Austral Ornithology 107, pp. 79–88

Gibson L, Barrett B, Burbidge AH (2007). Dealing with uncertain absences in habitat modelling: a case study of a rare ground-dwelling parrot. Diversity and Distributions 13, pp. 704–713

2006

Burbidge A (2006). Conservation planning for birds in southwest Australia (ABSTRACT). In Conservation Planning Symposium: Symposium Program and Abstracts: Perth, Western Australia, 27-28 September 2006 p. 8

Burbidge A (2006). Corellas expanding their range?. Western Australian Bird Notes 120, p. 15

Burbidge A (2006). Small, ground-dwelling vertebrate animals in the wheatbelt are at risk from salinity. Buntine-Marchagee Catchment News 9, pp. 2–3

Burbidge A, Massam M (2006). Introduced doves in the north-west. Western Australian Bird Notes 120, pp. 16–17

Burbidge A, McKenzie N, van Leeuwen S, Gibson L, Doughty P, Guthrie N et al. [Durrant B, Pearson D] (2006). Between rock and a hard place: rich biological patterns amongst ancient red rocks. Landscope 21(3), pp. 13–19

Comer S, Burbidge A (2006). Manypeaks rising from the ashes. Landscope 22(1), pp. 51–55

2005

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.

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

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

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

2004

Burbidge A (2004). Corvids near Carnarvon. Western Australian Bird Notes 111, pp. 17–18

Burbidge A (2004). Monitoring of translocated western bristlebirds at Nuyts, October-November, 2004: report to Recovery Team, December 2004. Department of Conservation and Land Management, Woodvale, WA. 4 p.

Burbidge AH, Rolfe JK, McKenzie NL, Roberts JD (2004). Biogeographic patterns in small ground-dwelling vertebrates of the Western Australian wheatbelt. Records of the Western Australian Museum Supplement 67, pp. 109–137

2003

Burbidge A, Comer S (2003). Western ground parrot. Landscope 18(3), p. 35

Burbidge AH (2003). Birds and fire in the Mediterranean climate of south-west Western Australia. In Fire in Ecosystems of South-West Western Australia: Impacts and Management Backhuys, Leiden. pp. 321–347

Burbidge AH (2003). Western bristlebirds at Nuyts. South Coast Threatened Birds News 7, p. 3

Comer S, Burbidge A, Broomhall G, Danks A, Friend T (2003). Fire management in the Two Peoples Bay-Manypeaks area: discussion paper, 14 January 2003, updated December 2003. Draft. Department of Conservation and Land Management, Albany. 26 p.

McKenzie NL, Burbidge AH, Rolfe JK (2003). Effect of salinity on small, ground-dwelling animals in the Western Australian wheatbelt. Australian Journal of Botany 51, pp. 725–740

Newbey B, McNee S, Burbidge AH (2003). Western ground parrot: a parrot in peril. Eclectus 14, pp. 4–7

2002

Burbidge A (2002). Princess parrot. Nature Australia 27(7), pp. 24–25

Burbidge A (2002). Walpole bristlebirds doing well, despite the fire!. South Coast Threatened Birds Newsletter 6, p. 4

Burbidge AH (2002). Biodiversity of the Carnarvon Basin. Western Wildlife: Newsletter of the Land for Wildlife Scheme 6(3), pp. 14–15

Burbidge AH (2002). Fire and birds (ABSTRACT). In Symposium: Fire in South-Western Australian Ecosystems: Impacts and Management: Program and Abstracts, 16, 17 and 18 April 2002, the WA Turf Club Function Centre, 70 Grandstand Rd, Ascot, WA p. 21

Burbidge AH (2002). M.E.K. as a possible glue for Darvic colour bands. Western Banders News 55, p. 7

Dell J, How RA, Burbidge AH (2002). Vertebrate fauna of tuart woodlands. In Tuart (Eucalyptus gomphocephala) and Tuart Communities Wildflower Society of Western Australia, Perth Branch, Nedlands. pp. 254–276

McKenzie NL, Burbidge AH, Rolfe JK (2002). Effect of salinity on small, ground-dwelling animals in the Western Australian wheatbelt. In International Conference on Prospects for Biodiversity & Rivers in Salinising Landscapes: Albany, Western Australia, 20-27 October 2002: Conference Papers Centre of Excellence in Natural Resource Management, Perth. pp. 84–90

Newbey B, Burbidge AH (2002). Unusual call of the ground parrot, Pezoporus wallicus. Eclectus 12, pp. 5–6

2001

Burbidge A (2001). Bristlebird translocation update. South Coast Threatened Birds Newsletter 5, pp. 1–2

Burbidge A (2001). More on currawongs. Western Australian Bird Notes 98, p. 11

Burbidge A (2001). Rare birds survive wilderness wildfire. Conservation News Nov, p. 2

Burbidge AH (2001). Companion to Biodiversity of the southern Carnarvon Basin. Department of Conservation and Land Management, 17 p.

Burbidge AH (2001). Quail and button-quail in southern WA. Western Australian Bird Notes 98, pp. 15–16

Burbidge AH (2001). Western bristlebird research plan: annual report, January 2001. Department of Conservation and Land Management, 7 p.

Burbidge AH (2001). Western ground parrot interim recovery plan: annual report, January 2001. Department of Conservation and Land Management, 5 p.

2000

Burbidge A (2000). Brimming with birds: Cape Arid National Park. Landscope 16(2), pp. 10–15

Burbidge A (2000). Bristlebirds: they're back!. Watsnu: the Newsletter of the Western Australian Threatened Species and Communities Unit 7(2), pp. 1–2

Burbidge AH (2000). Western bristlebird annual report, 1999. Department of Conservation and Land Management, 4 p.

Burbidge AH (2000). Western whipbird research plan: annual report 1999. Department of Conservation and Land Management, 15 p.

Burbidge AH, Blyth J (2000). Effective recovery planning: the Western Australian experience (ABSTRACT). In The 2nd Southern Hemisphere Ornithological Congress: Griffith University, Brisbane, Queensland, Tuesday, 27 June-Sunday 2nd July 2000: Conference Programme & Book of Abstracts p. 54

Burbidge AH, Harvey MS, McKenzie NL (eds) (2000). Biodiversity of the southern Carnarvon Basin. 61, 595 p.

Burbidge AH, Johnstone JE, Fuller PJ, Stone P (2000). Terrestrial birds of the southern Carnarvon Basin, Western Australia: contemporary patterns of occurrence. Records of the Western Australian Museum Supplement 61, pp. 449–464

Burbidge AH, McKenzie NL, Harvey MS (2000). A biogeographic survey of the southern Carnarvon Basin, Western Australia: background and methods. Records of the Western Australian Museum Supplement 61, pp. 1–11

Gibson N, Burbidge AH, Keighery GJ, Lyons MN (2000). The temperate to arid transition of the Irwin-Carnarvon phytogeographic boundary, Western Australia. Records of the Western Australian Museum Supplement 61, pp. 155–173

Johnstone RE, Burbidge AH, Stone P (2000). Birds of the southern Carnarvon Basin, Western Australia: distribution, status and historical changes. Records of the Western Australian Museum Supplement 61, pp. 371–448

Keighery GJ, Gibson N, Lyons MN, Burbidge AH (2000). Flora and vegetation of the southern Carnarvon Basin, Western Australia. Records of the Western Australian Museum Supplement 61, pp. 77–154

Keighery GJ, Halse S, McKenzie N, Gibson N, Burbidge AH, Gomboso J (2000). Salinity: driving the catastrophic collapse of our ecosystem. Life Lines 6(3), pp. 29–30

Saffer VM, Brown EM, Hopper SD, Dell J, Wills RT, Burbidge AH et al. (2000). Pollination and revegetation in the south west of Western Australia. Western Australian Naturalist 22, pp. 221–279

1999

Blyth J, Burbidge A (1999). Threatened & rare birds of Western Australia. Department of Conservation and Land Management, Western Australia, Bush Books 72 p.

Burbidge A (1999). Ground parrot surveys. Watsnu: the Newsletter of the Western Australian Threatened Species and Communities Unit 6(2), p. 4

Burbidge A (1999). Identification of crows and ravens. Western Australian Bird Notes 90, pp. 12–14

Burbidge A (1999). Searching for ground parrots. Watsnu: the Newsletter of the Western Australian Threatened Species and Communities Unit 6(1), p. 6

Burbidge A (1999). Western ground parrot interim recovery plan. Eclectus 6, pp. 23–26

Burbidge A, Coates D, Hopper S, Keighery G, Kenneally K, Lowrie A et al. [Rye B] (1999). Dedication to Associate Professor Sid James, 10 July 1933-7 December 1998. Nuytsia 13, pp. 1–2

Burbidge A, Johnstone R (1999). Short-billed or long-billed: which black-cockatoo?. Western Australian Bird Notes 89, pp. 12–14

Burbidge AH (1999). Cape Arid National Park: park of the month, February 1999. Department of Conservation and Land Management, Kensington, WA. 5 p.

Burbidge AH (1999). First translocations of bristlebirds. Watsnu: the Newsletter of the Western Australian Threatened Species and Communities Unit 6(2), p. 4

Burbidge AH (1999). Western bristlebird research plan: annual report, January 1999. Department of Conservation and Land Management, 4 p.

Burbidge AH (1999). Western ground parrot interim recovery plan: annual report, January 1999. Department of Conservation and Land Management, 8 p.

Burbidge AH, Bamford M (1999). Little ringed plover near Perth. Western Australian Bird Notes 89, pp. 11–12

Burbidge AH, Johnstone R (1999). Historical changes in the bird fauna of the Shark Bay region (ABSTRACT). In Dampier 300: Biodiversity in Australia, 1699-1999 and Beyond, 6 to 10 December 1999: Program and Abstracts p. 31

Franklin EC, Burbidge AH, Dostine PL (1999). The harvest of wild birds for aviculture: an historical perspective on finch trapping in the Kimberley with special emphasis on the Gouldian finch. Australian Zoologist 31, pp. 92–109

Lowrie A, Burbidge AH, Kenneally KR (1999). A taxonomic revision of the creeping triggerplants (Stylidiaceae: Stylidium sect. Appressae) from southern Australia. Nuytsia 13, pp. 89–157

1998

Blyth J, Burbidge A (1998). The birds of prey of Australia: a field guide, by Stephen Debus (BOOK REVIEW). Western Australian Bird Notes 85, pp. 6–7

Burbidge A (1998). Possible effects of recent fires on western ground parrots. Eclectus 4, pp. 15–16

Burbidge AH, Cale P, Cale B, Withnell B, Danks A (1998). Post-release behaviour of translocated female noisy scrub-birds, Samson Brook, Darling Range, July 1998: report to the South Coast Threatened Species Recovery Team and Alcoa of Australia Limited. Department of Conservation and Land Management, 25 p.

Burbidge AH, Cale P, Danks A (1998). Post-release behaviour of translocated noisy scrub-birds, Samson Brook, Darling Range, June 1997: report to the South Coast Threatened Birds Recovery Team and Alcoa of Australia Limited. Department of Conservation and Land Management, 34 p.

1997

Blyth J, Burbidge A (1997). What do we know about the princess parrot, Polytelis alexandrae?. Eclectus 3, pp. 26–29

Blyth J, Burbidge A, Boles W (1997). Another night parrot search. Western Australian Bird Notes 81, p. 13

Blyth J, Burbidge A, Boles W (1997). Report on an expedition to the Western Desert and east Pilbara areas in search of the night parrot Pezoporus occidentalis. Eclectus 2, pp. 25–30

Blyth J, Burbidge AH, Kendrick P, Boles W (1997). Report on an expedition to the Western Desert and east Pilbara areas to search for night parrots Pezoporus occidentalis, November 12-29, 1996. Department of Conservation and Land Management, Woodvale, WA. 22 p.

Brown EM, Burbidge AH, Dell J, Edinger D, Hopper SD, Wills RT (1997). Pollination in Western Australia: a data base of animals visiting flowers. Western Australian Naturalists' Club, Handbook 15, 464 p.

Burbidge A (1997). Management of birds in southern Western Australia. In 1997 Fauna Conservation Course: Batalling Field Study Centre, 20-24th October 1997 Department of Conservation and Land Management, Como, WA. pp. 1–7

Burbidge A (1997). Mimicry in honeyeaters. Western Australian Bird Notes 82, p. 10

Burbidge A, Blyth J, Boles W (1997). Barn swallow near Canning Stock Route. Western Australian Bird Notes 81, pp. 13–14

Burbidge A, Blyth J, Boles W (1997). Interesting observations in the western deserts. Western Australian Bird Notes 81, p. 14

Burbidge AH (1997). Western bristlebird annual report, 1996. Department of Conservation and Land Management, Albany. pp. 16–24

Burbidge AH (1997). Western ground parrot annual report, 1996. Department of Conservation and Land Management, Albany. pp. 26–29

Burbidge AH, Baker J (1997). Southern heathlands and the ground parrot. Wingspan 7(1), p. 11

Burbidge AH, Blyth J (1997). Pizzey and Knight field guide (BOOK REVIEW). Western Australian Bird Notes 83, pp. 7–8

Burbidge AH, Blyth J, Danks A, Gillen K, Newbey B (1997). Western ground parrot interim recovery plan, 1996-1999. 29, 22 p.

Danks A, Burbidge AH (1997). Birds of the western heathlands. Wingspan 7(1), p. 9

Gibson N, Burbidge A (1997). Assessment of conservation values at Blackboy Hollow (Leeuwin-Naturaliste National Park) adjacent to location 1295. Department of Conservation and Land Management, 10 p.

1996

Burbidge A (1996). Database of Western Australian birds. Western Australian Bird Notes 79, p. 7

Burbidge A (1996). Western ground parrot recovery efforts. Eclectus 1, pp. 2–3

Burbidge A, Craig M (1996). Lake McLarty: an important Ramsar wetland. Western Australian Bird Notes 78, pp. 10–13

Burbidge A, Craig M (1996). Treaty species at Lake McLarty. Western Australian Bird Notes 79, p. 12

Burbidge AH (1996). Black honeyeaters and ash. Western Australian Bird Notes 77, p. 5

Burbidge AH (1996). Western bristlebird research plan: annual report, 1995. Department of Conservation and Land Management, 6 p.

Burbidge AH, Boscacci LJ, Alford JJ, Keighery GJ (1996). A biological survey of Boonanarring Nature Reserve. CALMScience 2, pp. 153–187

Danks A, Burbidge AA, Burbidge AH, Smith GT (1996). Noisy scrub-bird recovery plan. Western Australian Wildlife Management Program 12, 42 p.

Lamont D, Burbidge A (1996). Rainbow lorikeets: invaders in the suburbs. Landscope 12(1), pp. 17–21

1995

Burbidge A (1995). Names for Australian birds. Western Australian Bird Notes 73, pp. 4–5

Burbidge A (1995). Western bristlebird. Landscope 10(3), p. 34

Burbidge A, McKenzie N (1995). Patterns in nature: the biodiversity of the Carnarvon Basin. Landscope 11(2), pp. 15–20

Burbidge A, Rose A (1995). Birds of the Stirling Range. Landscope 11(1), pp. 36–42

Burbidge AH (1995). Translocation proposal for the western bristlebird. Department of Conservation and Land Management, Woodvale, WA. 10 p.

Burbidge AH (ed) (1995). Western Bristlebird Recovery Team: annual report, 1994. Department of Conservation and Land Management, 94 p.

Burbidge AH, Smith GT (1995). Response of western bristlebirds to call playback. - First draft. Department of Conservation and Land Management, Woodvale, WA. 5 p.

Christidis L, Burbidge A (1995). True blue birds: the genealogy of Australian birds. Landscope 11(2), pp. 45–48

Gibson N, Keighery BJ, Keighery GJ, Burbidge AH, Lyons MN (1995). A floristic survey of the southern Swan Coastal Plain: report to Heritage Council of W.A. and Australian Heritage Commission. Department of Conservation and Land Management, 228 p.

Pedler L, Burbidge AH (1995). The range and status of the Nullarbor quail-thrush. South Australian Ornithologist 32, pp. 45–51

Raines JA, Yung FH, Burbidge AH (1995). Wetlands of outstanding ornithological importance for the Register of the National Estate in south-west Western Australia: report to the Australian Heritage Commission. Royal Australasian Ornithologists Union, Perth. 39 p.

1994

Burbidge A (1994). Biological survey of the Carnarvon Basin. Department of Agriculture, Western Australia, Carnarvon Regional Office, Pastoral Memo 18(2), pp. 2–3

Burbidge A (1994). Birds in the garden. Landscope 9(2), pp. 10–16

Burbidge A (1994). Ground parrot find. CALM News Aug/Sep, p. 8

Burbidge A, Blyth J (1994). Taxonomy re-visited. Western Australian Bird Notes 71, p. 7

Burbidge AH (1994). Distribution and possible butterfly pollination of Parsonsia. Western Australian Naturalist 19, pp. 353–354

Gibson N, Keighery B, Keighery G, Burbidge AH (1994). The effects of urban living on plant communities. In A Vision for a Greener City: the Role of Vegetation in Urban Environments: Proceedings, 1994 National Greening Australia Conference, October 4, 5 & 6, 1994, Fremantle, Western Australia Greening Australia, Perth. pp. 69–75

Gibson N, Keighery BJ, Keighery GJ, Burbidge AH, Lyons MN (1994). A floristic survey of the southern Swan Coastal Plain: report to Heritage Council of W.A. and Australian Heritage Commission. Department of Conservation and Land Management, 228 p.

1993

Burbidge A (1993). White-breasted robin at Neerabup. Western Australian Bird Notes 68, p. 1

Burbidge A, Rose A (1993). Birds. In Mountains of Mystery: a Natural History of the Stirling Range Department of Conservation and Land Management, Woodvale, WA. pp. 99–108

Burbidge AH (1993). Hirundinidae. Department of Conservation and Land Management, Woodvale, WA. 11 p.

Burbidge AH (1993). Lowlands, 15/16 May. Western Australian Bird Notes 67, p. 9

Burbidge AH (ed) (1993). Fauna studies in water supply reserve 34537, adjacent to Neerabup National Park: prepared for Water Authority of Western Australia. Department of Conservation and Land Management, 16 p.

Burbidge AH, Pedler L (1993). Conservation status of the Nullarbor quail-thrush: WWF Australia P179: final report. Department of Conservation and Land Management, 51 p.

Cale PG, Burbidge AH (1993). Research plan for the western ground parrot, western whipbird and western bristlebird: ANPWS Endangered Species Program project no. 228. Department of Conservation and Land Management, 59 p.

1992

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

Watkins D, Burbidge AH (1992). Conservation of the ground parrot in Western Australia. Royal Australasian Ornithologists Union, Report 83, pp. 46–49

1991

Andersen AN, Burbidge AH (1991). The ants of a vine thicket near Broome: a comparison with the northwest Kimberley. Journal of the Royal Society of Western Australia 73, pp. 79–82

Burbidge A (1991). The Gouldian finch. Landscope 6(3), p. 53

Burbidge A (1991). Thick-billed grasswren. Landscope 7(2), p. 41

Burbidge AH (1991). Flora and fauna survey of John Forrest National Park and the Red Hill area: report to Heritage Council of Western Australia. Department of Conservation and Land Management, 1 v.

Burbidge AH (1991). Least frigatebird at Mindarie Keys and Hillarys. Western Australian Bird Notes 58, p. 8

Burbidge AH, James SH (1991). Postzygotic seed abortion in the genetic system of Stylidium (Angiospermae: Stylidiaceae). Journal of Heredity 82, pp. 319–328

Danks A, Rolfe J, Burbidge AH (1991). Radio tracking the noisy scrub-bird: report on a feasibility study, 20th July-2nd August 1990. Department of Conservation and Land Management, Woodvale, WA. 14 p.

Johnstone RE, Burbidge AH (1991). The avifauna of Kimberley rainforests. In Kimberley Rainforests of Australia Surrey Beatty, Sydney. pp. 361–391

Morcombe M, Burbidge A (1991). Birds of the bay. Landscope 7(2), pp. 47–49

1990

Burbidge A (1990). Albany seabird trip, 4th June. Western Australian Bird Notes 55, p. 10

Burbidge A (1990). Grey honeyeater, Conopophila whitei (North 1910). In Threatened Birds of Australia: an Annotated List Royal Australasian Ornithologists Union, Melbourne. pp. 132–133

Burbidge A (1990). Serpentine National Park, 1st July. Western Australian Bird Notes 55, p. 10

Burbidge A (1990). The ground parrot. Landscope 5(4), p. 41

Burbidge A, Fuller P (1990). Possible effects of fox (and/or cat) predation on ground nesting birds in Western Australia. 2/90, 7 p.

Burbidge A, Talbot J (1990). Interesting bird sightings at Cape Arid National Park. Western Australian Bird Notes 54, p. 5

Burbidge AH (1990). Biological survey of vacant crown land south of Coolcalalaya: preliminary report. Department of Conservation and Land Management, 40 p.

Burbidge AH, McNee S, Newbey B, Rolfe J (1990). Conservation of the ground parrot in Western Australia: supplementary report to the World Wildlife Fund (Australia), Project 118. Department of Conservation and Land Management, Como, WA. 31 p.

Burbidge AH, McNee S, Newbey B, Rolfe J (1990). Supplementary report to World Wildlife Fund (Australia) on Project 118 : conservation of the ground parrot in Western Australia. Department of Environment and Conservation, Woodvale, WA. 31 p.

Burbidge AH, Rolfe JK (1990). Preliminary report on the conservation values of Open Country Paddock, Boolardy Station (Draft). Department of Conservation and Land Management, 13 p.

Burbidge AH, Woinarski JCZ (1990). Biogeographic patterns in rainforest birds of northern Australia (ABSTRACT). In Acta XX Congressus Internationalis Ornithologici, Christchurch, New Zealand, 2-9 December 1990 p. 1

1989

Burbidge A (1989). Biological survey of the Nullarbor district. Royal Australasian Ornithologists Union, Report 66, pp. 46–48

Burbidge A (1989). Ground parrots and volunteers: the ATCV. Department of Conservation and Land Management, Western Australia, Research News 2/89, p. 5

Burbidge A (1989). Habitat preferences of ground parrots: implications for conservation (ABSTRACT). p. 4

Burbidge A (1989). Western yellow robin on Swan Coastal Plain. Western Australian Bird Notes 51, p. 7

Burbidge AH, Boscacci LJ (1989). A spring reconnaissance survey of the flora and fauna of the Southern Beekeepers Reserve. 22, 38 p.

Burbidge AH, Rolfe JK (1989). Conservation status of the vegetation types of the Swan Coastal Plain. Department of Conservation and Land Management, 3 p.

Burbidge AH, Watkins D, McNee S (1989). Conservation of the ground parrot in Western Australia, May 1989: final report to the World Wildlife Fund (Australia), Project 118. Department of Conservation and Land Management, Como, WA. 54 p.

Burbidge AH, Watkins D, McNee S (1989). Final report to the World Wildlife Fund (Australia) on Project 118 : conservation of the ground parrot in Western Australia, May 1989. Department of Conservation and Land Management, Woodvale, WA. 54 p.

Hopper SD, Burbidge AH (1989). Conservation status of banksia woodlands on the Swan Coastal Plain. Journal of the Royal Society of Western Australia 71, pp. 115–116

1988

Burbidge A (1988). Biological survey of Yanchep National Park: how is it useful? (ABSTRACT). p. 15

Burbidge A (1988). Ground parrot study. CALM News 4(42), p. 2

Burbidge AH (1988). Mixed fortunes at Yanchep. CALM News 4(38), p. 2

Burbidge AH (1988). Mixed fortunes at Yanchep. Landscope 3(4), p. 24

Burbidge AH (1988). Possible causes of the decline in numbers of noisy scrub-birds near Lake Gardner, Two Peoples Bay, 1988. Department of Conservation and Land Management, Como, WA. 18 p.

1987

Burbidge A (1987). Seed dispersal in Macrozamia. 15, 2 p.

1986

Burbidge A (1986). Barn swallow at Thomsons Lake. Western Australian Bird Notes 37, p. 1

Burbidge A, Boscacci L (1986). A biological survey of lands proposed for release for agriculture in the Manjimup region. Department of Conservation and Land Management, 44 p.

Hopper SD, Burbidge AH (1986). Speciation of bird-pollinated plants in south-western Australia. In The Dynamic Partnership: Birds and Plants in Southern Australia Government Printer, Adelaide. pp. 20–31

1979

Burbidge AH, Hopper SD, Coates DJ (1979). Pollen loads on New Holland honeyeaters at Qualup, Western Australia. Western Australian Naturalist 14, pp. 126–128

1978

Hopper SD, Coates DJ, Burbidge AH (1978). Natural hybridization and morphometric relationships between three mallee eucalypts in the Fitzgerald River National Park, W.A.. Australian Journal of Botany 26, pp. 319–333