Publications of the Tasmanian Herbarium

Flora of Tasmania online 

2013

Tasmanian vascular plant census - PDF 1 MB
Tasmanian vascular plant census - MS Excel 745 KB 

2012

Tasmanian vascular plant census - PDF 764 KB
Tasmanian vascular plant census - MS Excel 647 KB

2011

Tasmanian vascular plant census - PDF 842 KB

2009 - 2010

Staff members of the Herbarium and supervised students are shown in bold.

Refereed papers

Baker, M.L. (2009). The willows (Salix - Salicaceae) in Tasmania.

Muelleria 27 (2): 127-148 

Elix, J.A. and Kantvilas, G. (2009). A new species of Protoparmelia (lichenized Ascomycota) from  Australia.

Nova Hedwigia 89 (3-4): 355 - 360. 

Kantvilas, G. (2010). The genus Fissurina Fee in Tasmania. 

Australasian Lichenology 66: 24-29

Kantvilas, G. and Lücking, R. (2009). Fellhaneropsis pallidonigrans, a south-eastern Australian lichen.

Muelleria 27 (2): 171–173.

Kantvilas, G. and Lumbsch, H.T. (2010). A new species and a new record of Australian Scoliciosporum.

Australasian Lichenology 66: 4–15.

Shaw, A.J., Devos, N., Cox, C.J., Boles, S.B., Shaw, B., Buchanan, A.M., Cave, L. and Seppelt, R. (2010).

Peatmoss (Sphagnum) diversification associated with Miocene Northern Hemisphere climatic cooling?

Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 55: 1139–1145. 

Flora treatments

Kantvilas, G. (2009). Hertelidea Printzen & Kantvilas (2004).

In: The Lichens of Great Britain and Ireland (eds C.W. Smith, A. Aptroot, B.J. Coppins, A. Fletcher, O.L. Gilbert, P.W.  James and P.A. Wolseley), pp. 429–430.

British Lichen Society, London. 

Published Conference Presentations

Kantvilas, G. (2009). The Swinscow Lecture 2009: An Antipodean Odyssey— The Lichens of Tasmania.

British Lichen Society Bulletin 104: 86–96. 

Reports, newsletters, information sheets

Baker, M.L. (2009). Willows. Salix species (Salicaceae). Tasweeds 44: 15–17.

Baker, M.L. (2010). Mexican Poppy. Argemone ochroleuca Sweet (Papaveraceae). Tasweeds 45: 10–11.

Baker, M.L. and Newlands, T.J. (eds) (2009). Tasweeds 43.

Baker, M.L. and Newlands, T.J. (eds) (2009). Tasweeds 44.

Baker, M.L. and Newlands, T.J. (eds) (2010). Tasweeds 45.

Duretto, M.F. (2009). From the President.

Australian Systematic Botany Society Newsletter 139: 1.

Duretto, M.F. (2009). Flora of Tasmania Online: A new resource for Tasmania.

Tasweeds 43: 16.

Duretto, M.F. (2009). Flora of Tasmania Online.

The Tasmanian Naturalist 131: 87–88.

Duretto, M.F. (2009). From the President.

Australian Systematic Botany Society Newsletter 140: 1

Duretto, M.F. (2009). Flora of Tasmania Online: A new resource for Tasmania.

Australian Systematic Botany Society Newsletter 140: 4

Duretto, M.F. (2009). President's Report.

Australian Systematic Botany Society Newsletter 141: 5–6.

Kantvilas, G. (2010). Lichen Alert for Fungimappers.

Fungimap Newsletter 39: 5–6.

May, T., Catcheside, P., Cranfield, R. and Kantvilas, G.(2010). New Lichen Targets for Fungimap.

Fungimap Newsletter 39: 7–9.

Tasmanian Herbarium (2010). 'Annual Review of Activities 2008–2009'.

Tasmanian Herbarium, Tasmanian Museum and Art Gallery, Hobart. 

Electronic publications

The following five publications are revised accounts (version 2) of families in Flora of Tasmania Online (ed. M.D. Duretto),  published by the Tasmanian Museum and Art Gallery, Hobart at <www.tmag.tas.gov.au/floratasmania>

Duretto, M.F. (2009) 3 Atherospermataceae, version 2009: 2, 3 pp.

Gray, A.M. (2009) 92 Dilleniaceae, version 2009: 2, 11 pp.

111 Convolvulaceae, version 2009: 2, 11 pp.

127 Stylidiaceae, version 2009: 2, 9 pp.  

Lepschi, B.J. (2009)91 Santalaceae, version 2009: 2, 8 pp. 

Electronic promotional material

The articles listed below were published on TMAG's website in 'News Archives'.

They were also published in hard copy and held at the Tasmanian Herbarium under the leaflet series Herbarium News and  Under the Microscope at the Herbarium.

Anon. [T.J. Newlands] (2009). Extinction no death sentence for long-lost species.

Herbarium News. October 2009.

Anon. [T.J. Newlands] (2010). Botanical all-rounder praised for Brooker beautification.

Herbarium News. February 2010.

Anon. [T.J. Newlands] (2010). Edith tracks down her trail-blazing great uncle Moore.

Herbarium News. February 2010.

Anon. [T.J. Newlands] (2010). Globe-trotting lichenologist travels in time.

Herbarium News. June 2010.

Anon. [T.J. Newlands] (2010). Advancing science: The labours of Jocelyn Townrow.

Under the Microscope at the Herbarium. 

Images

Baker, M.L. (2010). Images of Coprosma robusta, Cotoneaster simonsii and Pennisetum macrourum supplied to the  Australian National Botanic Gardens (Canberra) for the Australian Plant Image Index to be used on the 'Weeds of Australia'  website.