• Publications
  • Influence
Review of landscape, multi - and single species recovery planning for threatened species
This project identifies the benefits and shortcomings of three types of recovery plans for threatened species – landscape (ecosystem), multi-species and single species plans. It also makesExpand
  • 11
  • 2
  • PDF
Regeneration by three species of Banksia on the south coast of Western Australia in relation to fire interval
The regeneration strategies of three Banksia species in relation to fire were studied over 20 years in a mediterranean heathland-shrubland on the south coast of Western Australia. Banksia baueri andExpand
  • 27
  • 1
The influence of annual rainfall upon capture rates of a nectar-dependent marsupial
The capture rates of honey possums, Tarsipes rostratus, on the south coast of Western Australia were significantly related to annual rainfall in the preceding year. It is suggested that numbers ofExpand
  • 16
  • 1
The role of non-flying animals in the pollination of Banksia nutans
Banksia nutans is a common, 1 m high, bushy shrub that flowers over summer in the sandplain heathlands on the southern coast of Western Australia. It appears to be principally pollinated by the honeyExpand
  • 11
Seed set in two sympatric banksias, Banksia attenuata and B. baxteri
Two species of banksia, studied on the south coast of Western Australia, flowered simultaneously and had floral characteristics often associated with vertebrate pollination. The pollen of both wasExpand
  • 16
Consistent Individuality in the Timing and Magnitude of Flowering by Adenanthos obovatus (Proteaceae)
The patterns of flowering of 58 individually marked Adenanthos obovatus Labill. plants were recorded from 1983 to 1990 near Perth, Western Australia. Individuals started to flower asynchronously butExpand
  • 2
Seed viability in relation to pollinator availability in Banksia baxteri
Seed set was examined in relation to access to inflorescences by large or small invertebrates, vertebrates, all animal visitors or none. Seed predation by insects was substantial (35-46%) andExpand
  • 8
Mixed mating in Banksia media
Differential exclusion of vertebrates and invertebrates from the inflorescences of Banksia media R.Br. on the south coast of Western Australia showed the species to be partially self-compatible.Expand
  • 10
Explaining variation in pollination and seed set in an and romonoecious genus of the proteaceae
Stirlingia comprises seven shrub species endemic to Western Australia, which are unusual in the Proteaceae in that they have inflorescences with male and hermaphrodite flowers. In StirlingiaExpand
  • 5