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Conference Papers Refereed
- A predictive phylogenetic classification for Australian acacias and their tropical legume relatives worldwide
- Are natural clones specialists or generalists? Using a model system to test alternative hypotheses for the advantages of parthenogenesis
- Colour polymorphisms and speciation: linking macroevolutionary patterns with microevolutionary processes
- Conservation genetics of the threatened Malleefowl
- Genetic diversity of Paraserianthes, a weedy legume related to acacias
- HIGH TEMPERATURE LIMITS OF LEAF FUNCTIONS - Populated from Themis conversion
- How do plants cope with temporal variability in water and nutrients?
- Hybridization, polyploidy and the evolution of parthenogenesis in the Australian desert
- Information content of sexual signals in birds
- Maximising breeding success and conservation of endangered marsupials
- Resolving the molecular phylogeny & classification of Australian acacias, a major biodiversity resource
- Revision of book: Plants of the Kimberley Region of Western Australia
- THE EVOLUTION OF NICOTIANA L. IN AUSTRALIA
- THE MOLECULAR BASIS OF WATER CONSERVATION IN THE KIDNEY
Journal Articles Refereed
- A natural grey kangaroo hybrid?
- ABUNDANCE, SPECIES RICHNESS AND FEEDING PREFERENCES OF INTRODUCED MOLLUSCS IN NATIVE GRASSLANDS OF VICTORIA, AUSTRALIA
- Acacia s.s. and its relationship among tropical legumes, tribe Ingeae (Leguminosae: Mimosoideae)
- An arid-adapted middle Pleistocene vertebrate fauna from south-central Australia
- Does diversity influence soil nitrate, light availability and productivity in the establishment phase of Australian temperate grassland reconstruction?
- Drought damage and recovery - a conceptual model
- Estimating false negative error rates for presence/absence data: Improving precision and reducing bias in biological surveys.
- Growth and nutrient content of perennial grasslands following burning in semi-arid, sub-tropical Australia.
- Habitat selection by the small dasyurid Ningaui yvonneae (Marsupialia: Dasyuridae) in South Australia
- Low levels of extra-pair paternity in southern emu-wrens (Aves:Maluridae)
- More bang for your buck: The effect of caller position, habitat and chorus noise on the efficiency of calling in the spring peeper.
- Patterns of movement in the small dasyurid (Ningaui yvonneae)
- Phylogenetic relationships of Archaeochlus Brundin, Austrochlus Cranston and Afrochlus Freeman (Diptera:Chironomidae), basal genera with a Gondwanan connection
- Population ecology of Ningaui yvonneae (Dasyuridae : Marsupialia) in the Middleback Ranges, Eyre Peninsula, South Australia
- Predicting plant species’ responses to grazing.
- Prey selection by the dasyurid Ningaui yvonneae
- Response of a perennial grassland to nitrogen and phosphorus additions in sub-tropical, semi-arid Australia
- Restoring the Victorian Western (Basalt) plains grassland. 1. Laboratory trials of viability and germination, and the implications for direct seeding
- Simple traits do not predict grazing response in Australian dry shrublands and woodlands.
- Sprouting by semi-arid plants: testing a dichotomy and predictive traits.
Journal Articles Unrefereed