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Terry Macfarlane is a Senior Research Scientist at the Western Australian Herbarium. He researches the taxonomy of the Western Australian flora, describing new species, revising the taxonomy of particular plant groups to improve knowledge of the species, their characteristics, distribution, relationships, conservation status and providing identification keys. Fieldwork is frequently necessary to resolve problems of interpretation and to fill information gaps. Terry is involved in a number of Australian and overseas collaborations on several plant groups relevant to Western Australia in order to place our plants in their world context, and to provide access to a broad range of expertise. Current collaborations include researchers in  Perth, Adelaide and Melbourne in Australia, and overseas colleagues in Canada, Germany, New Zealand, Russia Spain and United Kingdom.

Plant groups researched by Terry include Poaceae (grasses – especially Neurachne), Colchicaceae (Wurmbea), Asparagaceae (Thysanotus, Arthropodium, Tricoryne, Lomandra), Hydatellaceae (Trithuria) and Potamogetonaceae (Lepilaena). These projects range from describing individual new species to investigating higher level relationships and the connection of these relationships with important biological properties such as the evolution of photosynthetic pathways in the Neurachne group of grasses.

Other roles Terry has include involvement with flora conservation teams, associate editor of the Herbarium’s scientific journal Nuytsia and membership of a team that has prepared a national list of plants in Australia (Australian Plant Census). He has a long-standing interest in information systems for plants as a means of making flora information available to the community and scientists, and he was a member of the team which developed the Western Australian flora Website FloraBase.


Publications (127)

Departmental Publications (116)

Found 116 items

2017

Clayton H, Saladie M, Rolland V, Sharwood R, Macfarlane T, Ludwig M (2017). Loss of the chloroplast transit peptide from an ancestral C3 carbonic anhydrase is associated with C4 evolution in the grass genus Neurachne. Plant Physiology 173, pp. 1648–1658

Heenan PB, Macfarlane TD, Case AL, Graham SW, Vinnersten A, Mitchell C (2017). Morphological and phylogenetic relationships of the threatened geophyte Wurmbea novae-zelandiae (Colchicaceae) from New Zealand, with notes on typification. Phytotaxa 307, pp. 123–132

Macfarlane TD, Conran JG (2017). Tepal apex trichomes, specialised bud closure structures and their systematic value in Asparagales. Memoirs of the New York Botanical Garden 118, pp. 31–42

Macfarlane TD, Severova EE, Volkova OA, Sokoloff DD (2017). Taxonomy and evolutionary morphology of Australian Althenia (Potamogetonaceae: Alismatales). In Conference on Taxonomy and Evolutionary Plant Morphology Dedicated to 85 Anniversary of V.N. Tikhomirov, Moscow, Russia, January 31-February 3, 2017: Conference Materials pp. 250–252

Sokoloff, D.D. Lock, I.E. Kuzmin, I.V. Macfarlane, T.D. Remizowa, M.V. (2017). Further evidence for isolated position of Tetroncium in Juncaginaceae (Alismatales): inflorescence and flower morphology. In Conference on Taxonomy and Evolutionary Plant Morphology Dedicated to 85 Anniversary of V.N. Tikhomirov, Moscow, Russia, January 31-February 3, 2017: Conference Materials pp. 366–368

2016

Conran JG, Macfarlane TD (2016). Eremosynaceae. In The Families and Genera of Vascular Plants. XIV, Flowering Plants. Eudicots - Aquifoliales, Boraginales, Bruniales, Dipsacales, Escalloniales, Garryales, Paracryphiales, Solanales (except Convolvulaceae), Icacinaceae, Metteniusaceae, Vahliaceae Springer, Berlin. pp. 179–183

Kalfas N, Conran J, Waycott M, van Dijk K-j, Biffin E, Macfarlane T (2016). Looking at the big pitcher: assessing the coevolution of Cephalotus follicularis and its associated wingless fly (ABSTRACT). In Systematic Botany: a View From the Centre: Proceedings of the Australasian Systematic Botany Society Conference, 26-29 September, 2016, Alice Springs, Australia p. 32

Marques I, Montgomery SA, Barker MS, Macfarlane TD, Conran JG, Catalán P et al. (2016). Transcriptome-derived evidence supports recent polyploidization and a major phylogeographic division in Trithuria submersa (Hydatellaceae: Nymphaeales). New Phytologist 210, pp. 310–323

Sirisena UM, Conran JG, Macfarlane TD (2016). Formal transfer of Murchisonia species to Thysanotus (Asparagaceae). Nuytsia 27, pp. 121–123

2015

Barrett RL, Hopper SD, Macfarlane TD, Barrett MD (2015). Seven new species of Haemodorum (Haemodoraceae) from the Kimberley region of Western Australia. Nuytsia 26, pp. 111–125

Wege JA, Thiele KR, Shepherd KA, Butcher R, Macfarlane TD, Coates DJ (2015). Strategic taxonomy in a biodiverse landscape: a novel approach to maximizing conservation outcomes for rare and poorly known flora. Biodiversity and Conservation 24, pp. 17–32

2014

Iles WLD, Lee C, Sokoloff DD, Remizowa MV, Yadav SR, Barrett MD et al. [Barrett RL, Macfarlane TD] (2014). Reconstructing the age and historical biogeography of the ancient flowering-plant family Hydatellaceae (Nymphaeales). BMC Evolutionary Biology 14, pp. 1–10

Lin Q, Marques I, Macfarlane TD, Conran JG, Graham SW (2014). Using a duplicated nuclear gene (phosphoglycerate kinase; PGK) to explore the phylogeny of the aquatic plant family Hydatellaceae (ABSTRACT). In Botany 2014: New Frontiers in Botany: July 26-30 2014, the Boise Centre, Boise, Idaho: Electronic Abstract Site p. 1

Macfarlane TD, Conran JG (2014). Lomandra marginata (Asparagaceae), a shy-flowering new species from south-western Australia. Australian Systematic Botany 27, pp. 421–426

Macfarlane TD, Keighery GJ (2014). Two new species of Tricoryne (Hemerocallidaceae) from the midwest region of Western Australia. Australian Systematic Botany 27, pp. 415–420

Marques I, Les D, Macfarlane TD, Conran JG, Rudall P, Logacheva M et al. (2014). The root of the flowering plants, re-re-revisited (ABSTRACT). In Botany 2014: New Frontiers in Botany: July 26-30 2014, the Boise Centre, Boise, Idaho: Electronic Abstract Site p. 1

Sokoloff DD, Remizowa MV, Conran JG, Macfarlane TD, Ramsay MM, Rudall PJ (2014). Embryo and seedling morphology in Trithuria lanterna (Hydatellaceae: Nymphaeales): new data for infrafamilial systematics and a novel type of syncotyly. Botanical Journal of the Linnean Society 174, pp. 551–573

2013

Gari NM, Conran JG, Macfarlane TD, Waycott M (2013). Leaf micromorphological variations and phylogeny in the Australasian genus Patersonia (Iridaceae) (ABSTRACT). In Systematics without Borders: 1-6 December, 2013, Sydney, Australia p. 120

Sirisena UM, Macfarlane TD, Conran JG (2013). Thysanotus racemoides (Asparagales: Asparagaceae), a new species from South Australia and western Victoria. Telopea 15, pp. 205–213

Sokoloff DD, Remizowa MV, Beer AS, Yadav SR, Macfarlane TD, Ramsay MM et al. (2013). Impact of spatial constraints during seed germination on the evolution of angiosperm cotyledons: a case study from tropical Hydatellaceae (Nymphaeales). American Journal of Botany 100, pp. 824–843

Sokoloff DD, Remizowa MV, Macfarlane TD, Conran JG, Yadav SR, Rudall PJ (2013). Comparative fruit structure in Hydatellaceae (Nymphaeales) reveals specialized pericarp dehiscence in some early-divergent angiosperms with ascidiate carpels. Taxon 62, pp. 40–61

2012

Christin P-A, Wallace MJ, Clayton H, Edwards EJ, Furbank RT, Hattersley PW et al. [Macfarlane TD] (2012). Multiple photosynthetic transitions, polyploidy and lateral gene transfer in the grass subtribe Neurachninae. Journal of Experimental Botany 63, pp. 6297–6308

Iles WJD, Rudall PJ, Sokoloff DD, Remizowa MV, Macfarlane TD, Logacheva MD et al. (2012). Molecular phylogenetics of Hydatellaceae (Nymphaeales): sexual-system homoplasy and a new sectional classification. American Journal of Botany 99, pp. 663–676

Luu R, Macfarlane T, Brown A (2012). Western trithuria (Trithuria occidentalis) interim recovery plan, 2012-2017. Department of Environment and Conservation, Kensington, WA. Department of Environment and Conservation, Western Australia, Interim Recovery Plan 327, 14 p.

Sirisena UM, Macfarlane TD, Conran JG (2012). Seed morphology in Thysanotus and related genera of Asparagaceae: Lomandroideae: Cordylineae (POSTER ABSTRACT). In Program and Abstracts: Australasian Systematic Botany Society Conference 2012: Local Knowledge, Global Delivery: 23-28 September, Perth, Western Australia

2011

Macfarlane TD, Brown AP (2011). Unexpected richness of Wurmbea species in the midwest, Murchison and Gascoyne rangelands, Western Australia. Australasian Plant Conservation 19(3), pp. 25–26

Macfarlane TD, Case AL (2011). Wurmbea fluviatilis (Colchicaceae), a new riverine species from the Gascoyne region of Western Australia. Nuytsia 21, pp. 25–30

Macfarlane TD, Hearn RW (2011). An interesting plant community of hypo-saline seasonal lakes in the Muir-Unicup catchment, Western Australia. Australasian Plant Conservation 19(3), pp. 27–29

Rye B, Trudgen M, Macfarlane T, Lander N (2011). Interactive identification and database for the Myrtaceae tribe Chamelaucieae (ABSTRACT). In IBC2011, XVIII International Botanical Congress: Melbourne, Australia, 23-30 July 2011, Melbourne Congress and Exhibition Centre, Nomenclature Section, 17-22 July, 2011, University of Melbourne: Abstract Book p. 675

Sirisena UM, Donnon MJ, Macfarlane TD, Conran JG (2011). Generic relationships within Asparagaceae: Lomandroideae inferred from non-coding chloroplast DNA and morphology (ABSTRACT). In IBC2011, XVIII International Botanical Congress: Melbourne, Australia, 23-30 July 2011, Melbourne Congress and Exhibition Centre, Nomenclature Section, 17-22 July, 2011, University of Melbourne: Abstract Book pp. 308–309

Sokoloff DD, Remizowa MV, Beer AS, Sadovnikova ES, Yadav SR, Macfarlane TD et al. (2011). Plant architecture and shoot branching patterns in early-divergent aquatic angiosperms, with emphasis on Hydatellaceae (ABSTRACT). In IBC2011, XVIII International Botanical Congress: Melbourne, Australia, 23-30 July 2011, Melbourne Congress and Exhibition Centre, Nomenclature Section, 17-22 July, 2011, University of Melbourne: Abstract Book pp. 244–245

Sokoloff DD, Remizowa MV, Macfarlane TD, Yadav SR, Rudall PJ (2011). Hydatellaceae: a historical review of systematics and ecology. Rheedea 21, pp. 115–138

2010

Coleman CO, Lowry JK, Macfarlane, T (2010). DELTA for beginners: an introduction into the taxonomy software package DELTA. ZooKeys 45, pp. 1–75

Cranfield RJ, Hislop M, Macfarlane TD (2010). Logania sylvicola (Loganiaceae), a new species from south-west Western Australia. Nuytsia 20, pp. 271–275

Macfarlane T, Brown A (2010). Recent recognition of unexpected richness of Wurmbea in midwest, Murchison and Gascoyne rangelands (ABSTRACT). In Australian Network for Plant Conservation Inc.: 8th National Conference: Planning Conservation to Achieving Restoration, 28 September to 1 October 2010, Perth, W.A.: Program & Abstracts p. 29

Macfarlane T, Hearn R (2010). An interesting plant community of hypo-saline seasonal lakes in the Muir-Unicup catchment, Western Australia (ABSTRACT). In Australian Network for Plant Conservation Inc.: 8th National Conference: Planning Conservation to Achieving Restoration, 28 September to 1 October 2010, Perth, W.A.: Program & Abstracts pp. 28–29

Macfarlane TD, Trudgen MS, Hislop M, Thiele KR (2010). Bush Blitz on Karara, Lochada and Kadji Kadji pastoral leases and Charles Darwin Reserve, Western Australia: vascular plants: report to Australian Biological Resources Study, Department of the Environment, Water, Heritage and the Arts, Canberra. Department of Environment and Conservation, Kensington, WA. 39 p.

Sokoloff DD, Remizowa MV, Linder HP, Macfarlane T, Rudall PJ (2010). Arrangement of reproductive units in Centrolepis (Centrolepidaceae: Poales): cincinnus or spikelet?. In Diversity, Phylogeny and Evolution in the Monocotyledons Aarhus University Press, Aarhus, Denmark. pp. 425–436

Taylor ML, Macfarlane TD, Williams JH (2010). Reproductive ecology of the basal angiosperm Trithuria submersa (Hydatellaceae). Annals of Botany 106, pp. 909–920

2009

Macfarlane TD (2009). Biodiversity survey pilot project at Charles Darwin Reserve, Western Australia: vascular plants: report to Australian Biological Resources Study, Department of the Environment, Water, Heritage and the Arts, Canberra. Department of Environment and Conservation, Kensington, WA. 23 p.

Sirisena UM, Conran JG, Macfarlane TD (2009). Phylogeny of Thysanotus R.Br. (Laxmanniaceae) inferred from molecular and morphological data (ABSTRACT). In Australian Systematic Botany Society Conference, 1-3 December 2009: Systematic Botany: From Science to Society: Conference Booklet p. 68

Sirisena UM, Macfarlane TD, Conran JG (2009). Thysanotus unicupensis (Laxmanniaceae), a new species discovered in Unicup Nature Reserve, south-west Western Australia. Nuytsia 19, pp. 259–263

2008

Case AL, Graham SW, Macfarlane TD, Barrett SCH (2008). A phylogenetic study of evolutionary transitions in sexual systems in Australasian Wurmbea (Colchicaceae). International Journal of Plant Sciences 169, pp. 141–156

Hearn RW, Meissner R, Brown AP, Macfarlane TD, Annels TR (2008). Declared rare and poorly known flora in the Warren Region, 2006. Department of Environment and Conservation, Kensington, WA. Western Australian Wildlife Management Program 40, 310 p.

Remizowa MV, Sokoloff DD, Macfarlane TD, Yadav SR, Prychid CJ, Rudall PJ (2008). Comparative pollen morphology in the early-divergent angiosperm family Hydatellaceae reveals variation at the infraspecific level. Grana 47, pp. 81–100

Rudall PJ, Remizowa MV, Beer AS, Bradshaw E, Stevenson DW, Macfarlane TD et al. (2008). Comparative ovule and megagametophyte development in Hydatellaceae and water lilies reveal a mosaic of features among the earliest angiosperms. Annals of Botany 101, pp. 941–956

Sokoloff DD, Remizowa MV, Macfarlane TD, Rudall PJ (2008). Classification of the early-divergent angiosperm family Hydatellaceae : one genus instead of two, four new species and sexual dimorphism in dioecious taxa. Taxon 57, pp. 179–200

Sokoloff DD, Remizowa MV, Macfarlane TD, Tuckett RE, Ramsay MM, Beer AS et al. (2008). Seedling diversity in Hydatellaceae: implications for the evolution of angiosperm cotyledons. Annals of Botany 101, pp. 153–164

2007

Cranfield RJ, Macfarlane TD (2007). A new species of Petrophile (Proteaceae) from south-western Australia. Nuytsia 17, pp. 153–157

Macfarlane T, Williams AR (2007). Agrostis castellana (Poaceae) mis-identified as A. capillaris var. aristata in Western Australia. Nuytsia 16, p. 472

Macfarlane TD (2007). A new species of Neurachne (Poaceae) from Western Australia. Nuytsia 17, pp. 215–222

Macfarlane TD, Case AL (2007). Wurmbea inflata (Colchicaceae), a new species from the Gascoyne region of Western Australia. Nuytsia 17, pp. 223–228

Macfarlane TD, Hearn RW (2007). Occurrence and status of Pentapogon quadrifidus (Poaceae) in Western Australia. Nuytsia 16, pp. 469–471

Rudall PJ, Sokoloff DD, Remizowa MV, Conran JG, Davis JI, Macfarlane TD, Stevenson DW (2007). Morphology of Hydatellaceae, an anomalous aquatic family recently recognized as an early-divergent angiosperm lineage. American Journal of Botany 94, pp. 1073–1092

2005

MacFarlane TD (2005). The role and relevance of taxonomy in flora conservation (ABSTRACT). In Advances in Plant Conservation Biology: Implications for Flora Management and Restoration: Symposium Program and Abstracts 25-27 October 2005 p. 9

Macfarlane TD (2005). Tribe Amphipogoneae. In Flora of Australia. Volume 44B, Poaceae 3 ABRS, Melbourne. pp. 9–18

Shepherd KA, Macfarlane TD, Colmer TD (2005). Morphology, anatomy and histochemistry of Salicornioideae (Chenopodiaceae) fruits and seeds. Annals of Botany 95, pp. 917–933

Shepherd KA, Macfarlane TD, Waycott M (2005). Phylogenetic analysis of the Australian Salicornioideae (Chenopodiaceae) based on morphology and nuclear DNA. Australian Systematic Botany 18, pp. 89–115

2004

Macfarlane TD (2004). Poaceae family. In Viruses and Virus Diseases of Poaceae (Gramineae) INRA Editions, Paris. pp. 17–42

2003

Shepherd KA, Waycott M, Macfarlane TD (2003). A systematic analysis of the Australian salt-loving samphires (subfamily Salicornioideae: Chenopodiaceae) (ABSTRACT). In 150, National Herbarium of Victoria: Celebrating 150 Years of Plant Research in Australia: Conference Abstract Book: Australian Systematic Botany Society and the Australasian Mycological Society with the 7th Australasian Bryophyte Workshop, 29 September-3 October 2003, Melbourne, Victoria p. 35

2002

English JP, Shepherd KA, Colmer TD, Jasper DA, Macfarlane T (2002). Understanding the ecophysiology of stress tolerance in Australian Salicornioideae, especially Halosarcia, to enhance the revegetation of salt-affected lands. Minerals and Energy Research Institute of WA, East Perth. Minerals and Energy Research Institute of Western Australia, Report 225, 44 p.

2001

Hislop M, Macfarlane T (2001). Family key to the grasses, sedges and allied plants in W.A.. Western Australian Herbarium, Kensington, WA. 8 p.

2000

Macfarlane T (2000). Useful native grasses in south west Western Australia. In Native Grasses: Revegetation on Farms Information Kit Agriculture Western Australia, Perth. pp. 1–5

1999

Chapman AR, Macfarlane TD (1999). Bioinformatics: management and publication of institutional descriptive datasets at the Western Australian Herbarium. Australian Systematic Botany Society Newsletter 100, pp. 6–11

Lander N, Macfarlane T (1999). Identifying organisms by computer: some current developments (ABSTRACT). In Dampier 300: Biodiversity in Australia, 1699-1999 and Beyond, 6 to 10 December 1999: Program and Abstracts p. 59

Macfarlane T (1999). Native grasses: the unsung heroes. Western Wildlife: Newsletter of the Land for Wildlife Scheme 3(1), pp. 6–7

1998

Macfarlane TD, Watson L, Marchant NG (1998). A taxonomic database for the families and genera of Western Australian flowering plants (ABSTRACT). In Biodiversity, Biotechnology & Biobusiness: 2nd Asia-Pacific Conference on Biotechnology: Perth, Western Australia, 23-27 November 1998: Programme & Abstracts p. 92

1997

Hibsch-Jetter C, Soltis DE, Macfarlane TD (1997). Phylogenetic analysis of Eremosyne pectinata (Saxifragaceae s.l.) based on rbcL sequence data. Plant Systematics and Evolution 204, pp. 225–232

Lepschi BJ, Macfarlane TD (1997). Digitaria aequiglumis (Poaceae), a new weed for Western Australia. Nuytsia 11, pp. 425–427

Macfarlane T (1997). Reasons why plant names change, with some recent W.A. examples. Plant Press: Western Australian Regional Herbaria Newsletter 2, pp. 3–6

1996

Macfarlane T (1996). A paradox: some eucalypts are no longer Eucalyptus. SID News 2(3), pp. 5–6

Macfarlane T (1996). A paradox: some eucalypts are no longer Eucalyptus. Ifa Newsletter 37(6), pp. 13–15

Macfarlane T (1996). Spreading the botanical word: Western Australian experiences with electronic dissemination of floristic information (ABSTRACT). In Beyond the Floras: Australian Systematic Botany Society Inc.: Program & Abstracts: the 1996 Commemorative Conferences, Royal Botanic Gardens, Melbourne: Sunday 29th September to Saturday 5th October 1996 p. 23

Macfarlane TD, Chapman AR, Lander NS (1996). DELTA Newsletter. - No. 12. Department of Conservation and Land Management, Como, WA. 28 p.

Macfarlane TD, Hearn RW, Annels AR (1996). Lambertia rariflora subsp. lutea (Proteaceae): revised geographical distribution and habitat notes. Nuytsia 11, pp. 141–143

Macfarlane TD, Lander NS, Chapman AR (1996). The Biodiversity Emporium: marketing biodiversity information in WA : a proposal. Department of Conservation and Land Management, Kensington, WA. 19 p.

Macfarlane TD, van Leeuwen SJ (1996). Wurmbea saccata (Colchicaceae), a lepidopteran-pollinated new species from Western Australia. Nuytsia 10, pp. 429–435

Macfarlane TD, Wardell-Johnson G (1996). Anthocercis sylvicola (Solanaceae), a rare new species from the tingle forests of Walpole, south western Australia. Nuytsia 11, pp. 71–78

Simon BK, Macfarlane T (1996). Ecological biogeography of Western Australian grasses. In Gondwanan Heritage: Past, Present and Future of the Western Australian Biota Surrey Beatty, Sydney. pp. 120–136

1995

Chapman AR, Lander NS, Macfarlane TD, Dallwitz MJ (1995). DELTA and Hyper-Text Markup Language. DELTA Newsletter 11, pp. 5–7

Macfarlane T (1995). Botanical notes: Gibson Desert Landscope expedition, 1995. Department of Conservation and Land Management, Western Australia, Landscope Expeditions 11, p. 11

Macfarlane T (1995). The name of the boab. SID News 1(6), p. 6

Macfarlane T, Guymer G (1995). Nomenclature of the boab (Adansonia). Australian Systematic Botany Society Newsletter 85, pp. 1–2

Macfarlane T, Lander N, Chapman A (1995). Angiosperm family identification and the Flora of Australia: a comment. Australian Systematic Botany Society Newsletter 83, pp. 2–8

Macfarlane TD (1995). A DELTA database project for the plant genera of Western Australia. Australian Systematic Botany Society Newsletter 83, pp. 9–10

Macfarlane TD (1995). A DELTA database project for the plant genera of Western Australia. DELTA Newsletter 11, p. 4

Macfarlane TD (1995). Release of INTKEY for Windows. DELTA Newsletter 11, p. 20

Macfarlane TD, Lander NS, Chapman AR (1995). DELTA Newsletter. - No. 11. Department of Conservation and Land Management, Como, WA. 22 p.

1994

Chapman A, Lander N, Macfarlane T (1994). Workshop on taxonomic descriptive databases, Perth, October 1993. Australian Systematic Botany Society Newsletter 78, pp. 14–16

Chapman AR, Macfarlane TD, Lander NS (1994). DELTA Newsletter. - No. 10. Department of Conservation and Land Management, Como, WA. 24 p.

Macfarlane TD (1994). Chamaexeros longicaulis (Dasypogonaceae), a new species from Walpole, south western Australia, with additional notes on Chamaexeros. Nuytsia 9, pp. 375–382

Macfarlane TD (1994). Report of Workshop on Taxonomic Databases, Perth, October 1993. DELTA Newsletter 10, pp. 16–18

1993

Chapman AR, Lander N, Macfarlane T (1993). Interactive identification of Western Australia's conservation taxa (POSTER ABSTRACT). In Systematics, Evolution and Conservation of the Western Australian Biota: 30 September-2 October 1993, the University of Western Australia, Perth p. 40

Chapman AR, Macfarlane TD, Lander NS (1993). DELTA Newsletter. - No. 9. Department of Conservation and Land Management, Como, WA. 24 p.

Macfarlane TD (1993). Personal profile: Dr Michael J. Dallwitz. DELTA Newsletter 8, pp. 2–4

Macfarlane TD (1993). Spotlight on DELTA features. DELTA Newsletter 8, p. 13

Macfarlane TD (1993). Utilities for DELTA data entry and taxon summary generation. DELTA Newsletter 8, pp. 11–12

Macfarlane TD (1993). Wurmbea calcicola (Colchicaceae), a new species from Cape Naturaliste, south western Australia. Nuytsia 9, pp. 233–236

Macfarlane TD, Chapman AR, Lander NS (1993). DELTA Newsletter. - No. 8. Department of Conservation and Land Management, Como, WA. 22 p.

Simon BK, Macfarlane TD (1993). The distribution and biogeography of Western Australia grasses (POSTER ABSTRACT). In Systematics, Evolution and Conservation of the Western Australian Biota: 30 September-2 October 1993, the University of Western Australia, Perth p. 51

1992

Macfarlane TD and others (1992). Family 166 Poaceae (Gramineae). In Flora of the Kimberley Region Western Australian Herbarium, Como, WA. pp. 1110–1248

1991

Macfarlane T (1991). Electronic methods of presenting flora information: alternatives to the written word: abstract of paper presented at Beyond the Floras, the 1996 Commemorative Conferences, Royal Botanic Gardens, Melbourne, 29 Sep-5 Oct 1996 (ABSTRACT). p. 7

1987

Macfarlane TD (1987). Burchardia. In Flora of Australia. Volume 45, Hydatellaceae to Liliaceae Australian Government Publishing Service, Canberra. pp. 405–410

Macfarlane TD (1987). Haemodorum. In Flora of Australia. Volume 45, Hydatellaceae to Liliaceae Australian Government Publishing Service, Canberra. pp. 134–148

Macfarlane TD (1987). Phlebocarya. In Flora of Australia. Volume 45, Hydatellaceae to Liliaceae Australian Government Publishing Service, Canberra. pp. 128–131

Macfarlane TD (1987). Tribonanthes. In Flora of Australia. Volume 45, Hydatellaceae to Liliaceae Australian Government Publishing Service, Canberra. pp. 131–134

Macfarlane TD (1987). Wurmbea. In Flora of Australia. Volume 45, Hydatellaceae to Liliaceae Australian Government Publishing Service, Canberra. pp. 387–404

Marchant NG, Wheeler JR, Rye BL, Bennett EM, Lander NS, Macfarlane TD (1987). Flora of the Perth region. Part one. Western Australian Herbarium, 576 p.

Marchant NG, Wheeler JR, Rye BL, Bennett EM, Lander NS, Macfarlane TD (1987). Flora of the Perth region. Part two. Western Australian Herbarium, pp. 583–1080

Potesilová H, Macfarlane TD, Guénard D, Simánek V (1987). Alkaloids and phenolics of Wurmbea and Burchardia species. Phytochemistry 26, pp. 1031–1032

1986

Bedford DJ, Lee AT, Macfarlane TD, Henderson RJF, George AS (1986). Xanthorrhoeaceae. In Flora of Australia. Volume 46, Iridaceae to Dioscoreaceae Australian Government Publishing Service, Canberra. pp. 88–89

Lee AT, Macfarlane TD (1986). Lomandra. In Flora of Australia. Volume 46, Iridaceae to Dioscoreaceae Australian Government Publishing Service, Canberra. pp. 100–141

Macfarlane TD (1986). Two new species of Wurmbea (Colchicaceae or Liliaceae s. lat.) from south western Australia. Nuytsia 5, pp. 407–413

1984

Macfarlane TD (1984). Lomandra nutans (Xanthorrhoeaceae or Dasypogonaceae), a new species from the Stirling Range area, Western Australia. Nuytsia 5, pp. 171–175

Macfarlane TD (1984). Taxonomic clarification of the Lomandra odora group (Xanthorrhoeaceae or Dasypogonaceae). Nuytsia 5, pp. 13–24

1983

Lander NS, Macfarlane TD, Marchant NG (1983). Herbarium and the proposed Department of Land Management: a submission on the interim report, November 1983. Western Australian Herbarium, 13 p.

Additional Publications (11)
“In press” and draft publications, or those published while employed elsewhere.

1984

Adey ME, Allkin R, Bisby FA, White RJ, Macfarlane TD (1984). The Vicieae Database: an experimental taxonomic monograph. In Databases in Systematics (eds Allkin R, Bisby FA). Academic Press, London, Orlando.

1983

Allkin R, Macfarlane TD, White RJ, Bisby FA, Adey ME (1983). List of species and subspecies in the Vicieae: issue 2. Vicieae Database Project, experimental taxonomic products. Publication No. 1. University of Southampton, Southampton.

Allkin R, Macfarlane TD, White RJ, Bisby FA, Adey ME (1983). Names and synonyms of species and subspecies in the Vicieae: issue 2. Vicieae Database Project, experimental taxonomic products. Publication No. 2. University of Southampton, Southampton.

Allkin R, Macfarlane TD, White RJ, Bisby FA, Adey ME (1983). The geographical distribution of Vicia: issue 1. Vicieae Database Project, experimental taxonomic products. Publication No. 5. University of Southampton, Southampton.

Bisby FA, White RJ, Macfarlane TD, Babac MT (1983). The Vicieae Database project: experimental uses of a monographic taxonomic database for species of vetch and pea. In Numerical Taxonomy. [NATO Advanced Studies Institute, Series G1.] (ed.  J Felsenstein).  Springer, Berlin. pp. 625-629

1982

Macfarlane TD, But P (1982). Tovarochloa (Poaceae: Pooideae), a new genus from the high Andes of Peru. Brittonia 34, pp. 478-481

Macfarlane TD, Watson L (1982). The classification of Poaceae subfamily Pooideae. Taxon 31, pp. 178-203

1981

Macfarlane TD (1981). Wurmbea. In Flora of Central Australia. (ed. Jessop JP). AH and AW Reed, Sydney.

1980

Macfarlane TD (1980). A revision of Wurmbea (Liliaceae) in Australia. Brunonia 3, pp. 145-208

Macfarlane TD, Watson L (1980). The circumscription of Poaceae subfamily Pooideae, with notes on some controversial genera. Taxon 29, pp. 645-666

1978

Macfarlane TD, Kuo J, Hilton RN (1978). Structure of the giant sclerotium of Polyporus mylittae. Transactions of the British Mycological Society 71, pp. 359-365