Authors (Edition 6)
BPM Hyland2, T Whiffin3, FA Zich1
Bruce Gray2, Rebel Elick2, Fanie Venter1
1 Australian Tropical Herbarium; CSIRO Plant Industry; and Centre for Australian National Biodiversity Research
2 Retired, CSIRO Plant Industry; Australian National Herbarium Atherton
3 Retired, LaTrobe University; Department of Botany
4 CSIRO Plant Industry; and Centre for Australian National Biodiversity Research
5 Retired, University of Adelaide, Department of Botany
We are grateful to the many people who have helped in numerous ways over the more than 40 years of the development of this identification key and information system.
Contributors and Technical Assistance
Jenni Le Cussan
Nunzio Knerr (distribution maps)
Justin Seawright (seedling scans)
Centre for Biological Information Technology (CBIT), University of Queensland
For more information about Lucid3 (the software running this package) visit the Lucidcentral web site.
Queensland Herbarium (BRI)
Australian National Herbarium (CANB)
Northern Territory Herbarium (DNA)
National Herbarium of Victoria (MEL)
National Herbarium of NSW (NSW)
Western Australian Herbarium (PERTH)
Specimen data reproduced from Australia's Virtual Herbarium with permission of the Council of Heads of Australasian Herbaria Inc.
WT (Bill) Cooper
Financial Assistance (Edition 6)
Reef and Rainforest Research Centre (RRRC) - Marine and Tropical Sciences Research Facility (MTSRF)
Taxonomy Research & Information Network (TRIN) - research hub of the Commonwealth Environment Research Facilities (CERF)
Additional Specimen Collection
Taxonomic and Nomenclatural Advice
A special tribute is paid to the people of the town of Atherton, North Queensland for their hospitality, friendship, tolerance and forbearance over many years.
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