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Origin, Diversification, and Classification of the Australasian Genus Dracophyllum (Richeeae, Ericaceae)1
Abstract The genus Dracophyllum Labill. (Ericaceae) has a fragmented distribution in Australasia, but reaches the greatest level of species richness and morphological diversity in New Zealand. WeExpand
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Facilitating adaptation of biodiversity to climate change: a conceptual framework applied to the world’s largest Mediterranean-climate woodland
The importance of ecological management for reducing the vulnerability of biodiversity to climate change is increasingly recognized, yet frameworks to facilitate a structured approach to climateExpand
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New species of Andersonia (Ericaceae) of conservation concern
Lemson, K.L. New species of Andersonia (Ericaceae) of conservation concern. Nuytsia 17: 195–214 (2007). Six new species of Andersonia R.Br. – A. annelsii Lemson, A. ferricola Lemson, A. geniculataExpand
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Pollen Development in Cosmelieae (Ericaceae: Styphelioideae): Are Monads in Andersonia macranthera Unique?
Styphelioideae (Ericaceae) is noted for producing tetrad pollen with various patterns of microspore abortion, and the existence of other pollen units such as polyads and true monads has beenExpand
Typifications in Andersonia (Ericaceae: Epacridoideae)
Lectotypes are selected for Andersonia R.Br (Ericaceae) and eight taxa within the genus: A. aristata Lindl. A. brevifolia Sond., A. heterophylla Sond., A. involucrata Sond., A. sprengelioides R.Br.,Expand
Responding to ' alternative facts ' : Why information discernment should be embedded in all degrees ( and how to begin )
Trudi Cooper Lutie Sheridan, John Sutcliffe & Emma Lyons Responding to 'alternative facts': Why information discernment should be embedded in all degrees (and how to begin) This presentation willExpand