This page lists the books, reports and publications from the Flora and Fauna Division in 2012.
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Books and book chapters
Bordulk, Daisy†, Nikipini Dalak, Maggie Tukumba, Lily Bennett, Rita Bordro Tingey, Margaret Katherine, Sarah Cutfield, Manuel Pamkal and Glenn Wightman (2012) DOCX, 177.45 KB . Dalabon (Ngalkbon/Dangbon) plants and animals, Aboriginal biocultural knowledge from southern Arnhem Land, north Australia. Northern Territory Botanical Bulletin No. 41. Department of Land Resource Management and Mimi Aboriginal Art and Craft, Katherine. Aboriginal knowledge: plants and animals.
Hector, Ivy Kulngari†, George Jungurra Kalabidi†, Spider Banjo†, Topsy Nangari Ngarnjal Dodd, Ronnie Jangala Wirrba Wavehill, Dandy Danbayarri, Violet Nanaku Wadrill, Bernard Puntiyarri, Ida Bernard Malyik, Biddy Wavehill, Helen Morris, Lauren Campbell, Felicity Meakins and Glenn Wightman (2012) DOCX, 177.6 KB . Bilinarra, Gurindji and Malngin plants and animals, Aboriginal knowledge of flora and fauna from Judbarra / Gregory National Park, Nitjpurru, Kalkarindji and Daguragu, north Australia. Northern Territory Botanical Bulletin No. 40. Department of Land Resource Management and Diwurruwurru-jaru Aboriginal Corporation / Mimi Aboriginal Art and Craft, Darwin. Aboriginal knowledge: plants and animals.
Nano CEM, Clarke PJ and Pavey CR (2012). Fire regimes in arid hummock grasslands and Acacia shrublands. InFlammable Australia, 2nd Edition, pp. 195-214. Aboriginal knowledge: plants and animals.
Braby MF (2012). Butterflies and diurnal moths of Wongalara Station. Final Report to Department of Sustainability, Environment, Water and Communities. Department of Land Resource Management, Darwin. 15 pp.
Braby MF and Kessner V (2012). Butterflies/diurnal moths and land/freshwater snails of Fish River Station. Final Report to Department of Sustainability, Environment, Water and Communities. Department of Land Resource Management, Darwin. 20 pp.
Delaney R (2012) PDF, 1726.95 KB . Limmen Bight: marine and coastal biodiversity values - review of information and knowledge. July 2012. NRETAS.
Fukuda Y (2012). Megafauna of the Week, saltwater crocodiles. Cachalot Version 1.2. Duke University Marine Lab, Durham, United States of America. Available as a digital textbook at http://itunes.apple.com/au/app/cachalot/id458866319?mt=8
Gomelyuk, VE (2012) PDF, 1877.04 KB . Assessment of Darwin Harbour fish communities using baited remote underwater video station (BRUVS). Report to Department of Land Resource Management, Darwin.
Palmer C (2012). Marine Vertebrates of Darwin Harbour. In, Assessment of marine biodiversity and habitat mapping in the Weddell region, Darwin Harbour (Eds Smit N, Penny SS and Griffiths AD) 2012. Chapter 3 pp 42-52. Report to the Department of Lands, Planning and Environment. Department of Land Resource Management, Palmerston.
Sanderson C, Braby MF, Thistleton B and Neal M (2012). First record of the Tawny Coster butterfly Acraea terpsicore (Linnaeus, 1758) from Australia. Mymecia. News Bulletin of the Australian Entomological Society 48(3): 39-41.
Smit N, Penny S and Griffiths T (2012) PDF, 13880.76 KB . Assessment of marine biodiversity and habitat mapping in the Weddell region, Darwin harbour. Report to the Department of Lands, Planning and Environment. Department of Land Resource Management, Palmerston.
Ward S (2012). Carpentarian Pseudantechinus Pseudantechinus mimulus (Thomas 1906). In, Queensland’s Threatened Animals. (Eds LK Curtis, AJ Dennis, KR McDonald, PK Kyne and SJS Debus). CSIRO Publishing, Melbourne.
Braby MF (2012a). The taxonomy and ecology of Delias aestiva Butler, 1897 stat. rev. (Lepidoptera: Pieridae), a unique mangrove specialist of Euphorbiaceae. Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 107: 696-720.
Braby MF (2012b). The butterflies (Lepidoptera: Papilioniodea) of El Questro Wilderness Park, with taxonomic remarks on the Kimberley fauna, Australia. Records of the Western Australian Museum 27: 161-175.
Braby MF (2012c). New larval food plants and biological notes for some butterflies (Lepidoptera: Papilionoidea) from eastern Australia. The Australian Entomologist 39: 65-68.
Braby MF (2012d). Further notes on the butterfly fauna of La Trobe Wildlife Sanctuary and adjacent nature conservation reserves, Victoria, and its conservation significance. The Victorian Naturalist 129: 86-97.
Braby MF, Eastwood RG and Murray N (2012). The subspecies concept in butterflies: has its application in taxonomy and conservation biology outlived its usefulness? Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 106: 699-716.
Cowie ID and Stuckey B (2012). Atalaya brevialata (Sapindaceae), a new species from Northern Territory, Australia. Nuytsia 22(6): 363-392.
Fukuda Y, Saalfeld K, Webb G, Manolis C and Risk R (2013). Standardised method of spotlight surveys for crocodiles in the Northern Territory of Australia. Northern Territory Naturalist 24: 14-32.
Nano CEM, Clarke PJ and Pavey CR (2012) PDF, 203.58 KB . Fire regimes in arid hummock grasslands and Acacia shrublands, InFlammable Australia, 2nd Edition (2012) pp. 195-214.
Palmer CM and Braby MF (2012) PDF, 2810 KB . Rediscovery of the Desert Sand-skipper Croitana aestiva Edwards (Lepidoptera: Hesperiidae): morphology, life history and behaviour. Australian Journal of Entomology 51: 47-59.
Palmer C and Chatto R (2013). First confirmed sighting of the Killer Whale Orcinus orca in Northern Territory coastal waters. NT Naturalist 24:65-67.
Paparini A, Jackson B, Ward S, Young S and Ryan UM (2012) PDF, 1213.35 KB . Multiple Cryptosporidium genotypes detected in wild black rats (Rattus rattus) from northern Australia. Experimental Parasitology 131, 404-412.
Nano CEM, Bowland AE, Nano TJ, Raghu S and Pavey CR (2012). Demographic hurdles to persistence in Acacia peuce (F. Muell.): Effects of resources, fire and browsing on a threatened keystone tree species from arid Australia.Journal of Arid Environments 80: 17-26.
Woinarski JCZ, Fisher A, Armstrong M, Brennan K, Griffiths AD, Hill B, Low Choy J, Milne D, Stewart A, Young S, Ward S, Winderlich S and Ziembicki M (2012). Monitoring indicates greater resilience for birds than for mammals in Kakadu National Park, northern Australia. Wildlife Research 39, 397-407.
Yago M, Yokochi T, Kondo M, Braby MF, Yahya B, Peggie D, Wang M, Williams M, Morita S, Ueshima R (2012). Revision of the Euthalia phemius complex (Lepidoptera: Nymphalidae) based on morphology and molecular analyses. Zoological Journal of the Linnean Society 164: 304-327.
Last updated: 18 September 2019