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Numerous Australian terrestrial orchid species in the genus Diuris may be pollinated by food source mimicry. In our field studies, direct observations of orchid–pollinator interactions were rare, but native bees were frequently captured carrying orchid pollinaria, or pollinaria remnants....
Fifteen species in seven genera of the marine benthic red algal order Gelidiales are reported from the New South Wales coast including Lord Howe Island and Norfolk Island. Critical sampling, a re-examination of herbarium specimens filed in the Royal Botanic Gardens Sydney and the University of...
Collections of epifoliar ascomycete fungi from leaf surfaces in the tropical rain forests of Queensland, Australia, yielded 42 genera and 50 species, including one new genus ( Dubujiana ), three new species ( Dennisiela asetosa , Dubujiana glandulifera , Microxiphium pleomorphum ), three new...
Comment is provided on a recent paper by Crisp et al . (2004) that includes estimates of the age of divergence events for the eucalypt group. Deriving dates from sequence data has some inherent problems, and for the eucalypts these vary several fold compared with estimates based on other data.
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