This page lists publications, reports and journals from the Flora and Fauna Division in 2004.

For enquiries about any of the publications or journals listed below send an email to biodiversity.denr@nt.gov.au.

Publications and reports

Albrecht, D. and Pitts, B. (2004) The vegetation and plant species of the Alice Springs municipality, Northern Territory. Greening Australia NT and the Department of Infrastructure, Planning and Environment, Alice Springs.

Armstrong, M.D. (2004) The Yellow Chat Epthianura crocea tunneyi in Kakadu National Park. PDF (6.0 MB) Report to Parks Australia (North). Department of Infrastructure, Planning and Environment, Darwin.

Kerrigan, R. (2004). Kakadu Threatened Flora Report (Vol. 2). Results of a threatened flora survey 2004. PDF (3.2 MB)Department of Infrastructure, Planning and Environment, Darwin.

Neave, H., Nano, C., Pavey, C., Moyes, M., Clifford, B., Cole, J., Harris, M. and Albrecht, D. (2004). A resource assessment towards a conservation strategy for the Finke Bioregion, NT.

Short, P. S. (2004). A review of the book Clearings. Six Colonial Gardeners and their Landscapes by Paul Fox. Australian Systematic Botany Society Newsletter 120: 34–36.

Taylor, R., Woinarski, J., Charlie, A., Dixon, R., Pracy, D., and Rhind, S. (2004). Report on mammal survey of the Pellew Islands, October 2003. PDF (2.2 MB) (NT Department of Infrastructure Planning and Environment: Darwin.)

Watson, M., and Woinarski, J. (2004). Vertebrate monitoring and resampling in Kakadu National Park, 2003.  PDF (993.9 KB) Report to Parks Australia North. (Parks and Wildlife Commission of the Northern Territory: Darwin.)

Wightman, G.M., (2004). Mangroves. In: Description of Key Species Groups in the Northern Planning Area. National Oceans Office, Hobart. Aboriginal knowledge: plants and animals.

Wightman, G. M. et al. (2004). Marri Ngarr and Magati Ke plants and animals: Aboriginal knowledge of flora and fauna from Wadeye and Kuy, north Australia. (Report prepared for Australian Institute of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Studies). Aboriginal knowledge: plants and animals.

Wightman, G. M. et al. (2004). Walmajarri plants and animals: Aboriginal flora and fauna knowledge from the Paruku IPA, southern Kimberley. (Report prepared for the Kimberley Language Resource Centre and WWF.) Aboriginal knowledge: plants and animals.

Woinarski, J. (2004). Threatened plants and animals in Kakadu National Park: a review and recommendations for management.  PDF (6.0 MB) Report to Parks Australia North. (Parks and Wildlife Commission of the Northern Territory: Darwin.)

Woinarski, J.C.Z. (2004). National multi-species Recovery Plan for the Partridge Pigeon [eastern subspecies] Geophaps smithii smithii; crested shrike-tit [northern (sub)-species] Falcunculus (frontatus) whitei; masked owl [north Australian mainland subspecies] Tyto novaehollandae kimberli; and masked owl [Tiwi Islands subspecies] Tyto novaehollandiae melvillensis, 2004-2008. PDF (361.7 KB) (NT Department of Infrastructure Planning and Environment: Darwin.)

Woinarski, J.C.Z. (2004). In a land with few possums, even the common are rare: ecology, conservation and management of possums in the Northern Territory. PDF (719.7 KB) In The biology of Australian possums and gliding possums (ed. R. Goldingay and S. Jackson). pp.51-62 (Surrey Beatty & Sons: Sydney.)

Woinarski, J.C.Z. (2004). The forest fauna of the Northern Territory: knowledge, conservation and management. PDF (636.9 KB) In Conservation of Australia’s Forest Fauna (second edition) (ed. D. Lunney). pp. 36-55. (Royal Zoological Society of New South Wales: Sydney.)


Andersen, A.N., Fisher, A., Hoffman, B.D., Read, J.L. and Richards, R. (2004). Use of terrestrial invertebrates for biodiversity monitoring in Australian rangelands, with particular reference to ants. Austral Ecology 29,87-92.

Andersen, A.N., Woinarski, J.C.Z., and Hoffmann, B.D. (2004). Biogeography of the ant fauna of the Tiwi islands, in northern Australia’s monsoonal tropics. Australian Journal of Zoology 52, 97-110.

Cook, J. M., Bean, D., Power, S. A. & Dixon, D. J. (2004). Evolution of a complex coevolved trait: active pollination in a genus of fig wasps. J. Evol. Biol. 17: 238-246.

Cowie, I.D. (2004). New species and lectotypications of some reticulate-nerved Tephrosia from north-west Australia and the genus Paratephrosia re-evaluated. Nuytsia 15(2):163-186.

Dixon, D.J. (2004). A review of the gymnosperms on the Northern Territory. The Beagle, Records of the Museums and Art Galleries of the Northern Territory. 20:1-24.

Edwards, G.P., Saalfield, K. and Caley, P. (2004). Introduced mammals in Australian rangelands: future threats and the role of monitoring programs in management strategies. Austral Ecology 29, 40-50.

Elderidge, S.R. and Pascoe, B. (2004). Northern Territory records of the Thick-billed Grasswren Amytornis textilesand Roufous Fieldswren Calamanthus campestris. South Australian Ornithologist 34, 183-184.

Geiser, F., Drury, R. L., Körtner, G., Turbill, C., Pavey, C. R. and Brigham, R. M. (2004). Passive rewarming from torpor in mammals and birds: energetic, ecological and evolutionary implications. In Life in the Cold: Evolution, Mechanisms, Adaptation, and Application. Twelfth International Hibernation Symposium. Eds B. M. Barnes & H. V. Carey. Pp. 51-62. Biological Papers of the University of Alaska no. 27, Fairbanks, Alaska.

Greer, A.E., Fisher, A. and Horner, P. (submitted)  A new species of Proablepharus (Squamata: Scincidae) from the Northern Territory of Australia.  The Beagle, Records of the Museums and Art Galleries of the Northern Territory.

Mabberley, D. J. & Dixon, D. J. (2004). (1616) Proposal to reject the name Ficus novae-walliae (Moraceae). Taxon53: 208.

Milne, D. J., Armstrong, M., Fisher, A., Flores, T. and Pavey, C. R. (2004). A comparison of three survey methods for collecting bat echolocation calls and species accumulation rates from nightly Anabat recordings. Wildlife Research 31, 1-7.

Pavey, C. R. and Burwell, C. J. (2004). Foraging ecology of the horseshoe bat, Rhinolophus megaphyllus (Rhinolophidae), in eastern Australia. Wildlife Research 31, 403-413.

Pavey, C. R. and Joseph, L. (2004). The Occurrence of the Slender-billed Thornbill Acanthiza iredalei in the Northern Territory. South Australian Ornithologist 34, 170-175.

Price, O. (2004). Indirect evidence that frugivorous birds track fluctuating fruit resources among rainforest patches in the Northern Territory, Australia. Austral Ecology 29, 137-144.

Puckey, H.L. (2004). The frog fauna of Keep River National Park, Northern Territory. Herpetofauna 34, 74-77.

Puckey, H and Albrecht, D.E. (2004) Buffel grass (Cenchrus ciliaris L.): presenting the arid NT experience to our South Australian neighbours. Plant Protection Quarterly 19 (2): 69-73.

Puckey, H., Lewis, M., Hooper, D. and Michell, C. (2004). Home range, movement and habitat utilisation of Carpentarian Rock—rat (Zyzomys palatalis) in an isolated habitat patch. Wildlife Research 31:319-325.

Short, P. S. (2004). Three new genera of Australian Astereae (Asteraceae). Muelleria 20: 53–65.

Soule, M.E., Mackey, B.G., Recher, H.F., Williams, J.E., Woinarski, J.C.Z., Driscoll, D., Dennison, W.C., and Jones, M. (2004). Continental connectivity: its role in Australian conservation. Pacific Conservation Biology 10, 266-279.

Woinarski, J.C.Z., and Catterall, C.P. (2004). Historical changes in the bird fauna at Coomooboolaroo, northeastern Australia, from the early years of pastoral settlement (1873) to 1999. Biological Conservation 116, 379-401.

Woinarski, J.C.Z., Armstrong, M., Price, O., McCartney, J., Griffiths, T., and Fisher, A. (2004). The terrestrial vertebrate fauna of Litchfield National Park, Northern Territory: monitoring over a 6-year period, and response to fire history.

Wildlife Research 31, 1-10.Woinarski, J.C.Z., Risler, J., and Kean, L. (2004).The response of vegetation and vertebrate fauna to 23 years of fire exclusion in a tropical Eucalyptus open forest, Northern Territory, Australia. Austral Ecology 29, 156-176.

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