Western Australia’s Journal of Systematic Botany
This respected scientific journal, produced by the Western Australian Herbarium, publishes revisionary studies and systematic analyses of native plant groups, papers publishing new species or drawing attention to potential new invasive species, and short communications of taxonomic and nomenclatural clarifications are all considered.
By Judy Wheeler, Neville Marchant and Margaret Lewington
Published in two volumes in 2002, this work provides a comprehensive guide to the lower South West of Western Australia. Each volume features: illustrated identification keys using easily observed characteristics such as flower colour and shape, simply written descriptions, notes on distribution and ecology and small sketches illustrating the differences between the species.
By Grazyna Paczkowska and Alex R. Chapman
Published in 2000, this 672-page book catalogues every native and naturalised alien plant known to occur in the State, listed by family, genus and species and accompanied by a brief description of its habit, height, flowering time and colour, habitat and distribution.
By Anne Ireland and Kim Macey
Published in 2003, this practical guide, helps walkers discover the 300 most common wildflowers found along the northern half of Western Australia's 1000 km walk trail — the Bibbulmun Track. Packed with glorious full colour photographs and detailed descriptions, it is an invaluable reference for any of the jarrah forests of the South West.
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Western Australian Herbarium (1998–). FloraBase—the Western Australian Flora. Department of Biodiversity, Conservation and Attractions. https://florabase.dpaw.wa.gov.au/