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PDF – Australian Orchid Research Volume 3

<< BACK TO PUBLICATIONS LIST Australian Orchid Research Volume 3Contributions to Tasmanian Orchidology 1-9 Jones, David L. 1998 The nine papers in this series clarify the status of 180 taxa of Orchidaceae which occur in Tasmania and include the description of 44 new species and two sub-species.  64 colour photographs.  223 pages. Free searchable PDF …

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A Guide to Native Orchids of South Western Australia – Third Edition

<< BACK TO PUBLICATIONS LIST NEW A Guide to Native Orchids of South Western Australia – Third Edition Bob Liddelow 2022 Third edition revised and expanded  Be warned! If you purchase this book you may become as addicted to finding and photographing native orchids as much as its author. Bob Liddelow has spent many hours in …

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349/2022

<< BACK TO PROJECT LIST Project: 349/2022   Title: The taxonomic, phylogenetic and conservation status of the orchids of Lord Howe Island Applicant: Ian Hutton,  Dr Heidi Zimmer Institution: Lord Howe Island Museum, Lord Howe Island Centre for Australian National Biodiversity Research, Australian. National Herbarium, Clunies Ross St, Canberra 2601.   Lord Howe Island (LHI) is an oceanic …

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348/2022

<< BACK TO PROJECT LIST Project: 348/2022   Title: The evolution and diversification of the Australian Diurideae: Understanding the influence of genome size and chromosome number  Applicant: Ryan O’Donnell Institution:  The Australian National University  Acton ACT 2601   The evolution and diversification of the Australian Diurideae: Understanding the influence of genome size and chromosome number Encompassing …

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347/2022

<< BACK TO PROJECT LIST Project: 347/2022   Title: Quantifying the impact of climate change on orchid mycorrhizal symbiosis Applicant: Dr. Jacopo CalevoInstitution: School of Molecular and Life Sciences, Curtin University, Perth WA   While we know that soil mycorrhizal fungi improve plant tolerance to abiotic stresses generally, we know very little regarding the function of individual fungi and ecological resilience …

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346/2022

<< BACK TO PROJECT LIST Project: 346/2022 Title: Effects of herbivory and population density on the pollination and reproductive success of Diuris chryseopsis D. L. Jones and Diuris ochroma D. L. Jones (Orchidaceae) Applicant: Rebecca GrinterInstitution: School of Life Sciences, La Trobe University, Bundoora VIC 3086 Science Division, Orchid Conservation Program, Royal Botanic Gardens Victoria    Australia supports a rich diversity …

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PHIL GRECH

In memory of PHIL GRECH 15-01-1940 ~ 19-02-2022 Phil’s love of orchids began in 1975.  He was given a plant as a thank-you for felling a friend’s tree and it had a tiny spike.  It was Cym.Arunta Amber.  Phil nurtured it and entered it in the Traralgon Orchid Show as a novice.  It won several …

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KENNETH FRANK BOX

In memory of KENNETH FRANK BOX 1926 ~ 2019 Ken was well respected and admired for leadership and generosity.  Ken was a life member of Warringal Orchid Society, where he previously served as a President and held various committee positions for many years.  I have known Ken since I became interested in orchids in late …

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