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Taxonomic research and the conservation status of flora in the Yilgarn Banded Iron Formation ranges
Gibson, N., Coates, D.J. & Thiele, K.R. Taxonomic research and the conservation status of flora in the Yilgarn Banded Iron Formation ranges. Nuytsia 17: 1-12 (2007). The Banded Iron Formation (BIF)Expand
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Terrestrial flora and vegetation of the Western Australian wheatbelt
Six hundred and eightv-two quad rats were located ,.lCross the Western Australian wheatbelt and adjacent regions to cover as much of the geographical, edaphic and geomorphological variation of theExpand
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Patterns of plant diversity in ironstone ranges in arid south western Australia
Abstract Patterns of plant diversity were examined across 24 ironstone ranges in arid south western Australia. The high levels of beta diversity displayed between ranges primarily resulted from highExpand
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A FOSSIL BOLSTER PLANT FROM THE KING RIVER, TASMANIA
A macrofossil of the alpine bolster plant Donatia novae-zelandiae was found in the King River Valley, approximately 230 m above sea level in central western Tasmania. The fossil was in situ on aExpand
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Long‐term ‘islands’ in the landscape: low gene flow, effective population size and genetic divergence in the shrub Hakea oldfieldii (Proteaceae)
The genetic structure of disjunct populations is determined by founding genetic properties, demographic processes, gene flow, drift and local selection. We aim to identify the genetic consequences ofExpand
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The ecological relationships and demography of restricted ironstone endemic plant species: implications for conservation
We investigated the ecological relationships, reproductive biology and demography of four shrub taxa restricted to ironstone ranges in south-western Australia, to assess the feasibility ofExpand
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Implications of high species turnover on the south-western Australian sandplains
Species turnover and its components related to replacement and nestedness form a significant element of diversity that is historically poorly accounted for in conservation planning. To informExpand
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The ecology of Lagarostrobos franklinii (Hook.f.) Quinn (Podocarpaceae) in Tasmania. 2. Population structure and spatial pattern
Analysis of stand structure and spatial patterning indicates that Lagarostrobos franklinii (Huon pine) regenerates intermittently in response to canopy disturbance. Its ability to resprout rapidlyExpand
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Wetland flora and vegetation of the Western Australian wheatbelt
Eight hundred and thirteen quad rats were surveyed to sample wetland vegetation throughout the wheatbelt and adjacent south coast of Western Australia, an area of ca. 220 000 km2. Two hundred andExpand
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A biological survey of the agricultural zone : vegetation and vascular flora of Drummond Nature Reserve
A survey of the flora and vegetation communities of Drummond Nature Reserve was undertaken. The reserve contains ten vegetation communities, mainly woodlands of wandoo and jarrah/marri. One communityExpand
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