Dempewolf, H., Tesfaye, M., Teshome, A., Bjorkman, A., Andrew, R. L., Scascitelli, M., ... & Rieseberg, L. H. (2015). Patterns of Domestication in the Ethiopian Oil‐seed Crop Noug (Guizotia abyssinica). Evolutionary Applications in press. DOI: 10.1111/eva.12256.

Schmidt-Lebuhn, Bruhl, J.J. Telford,, I.R.H. & Wilson, P.G.(2015) Phylogenetic relationships of Coronidium, Xerochrysum and several neglected Australian species of "Helichrysum" (Asteraceae: Gnaphalieae). Taxon 64: 96-109. Doi: 10.12705/641.5.


Gross, C.L. and D. Mackay. 2014. Two decades of demography reveals seed and seedling transitions limit population persistence in a translocated shrub. Annals of Botany 114:85-96.

Gross, C.L., P. Nelson, A. Haddadchi, and M. Fatemi. 2014.Somatic mutations contribute to genotypic diversity in sterile and fertile populations of the threatened shrub, 'Grevillea rhizomatosa' (Proteaceae).

Gross, C.L. and L.B. Vary. 2014. Arrested recovery in a sandy woodland correlates with a lack of heavy and long seeds in the seed bank. Ecosphere 5:70.

Haddadchi, A., M. Fatemi, and C.L. Gross. 2014. Clonal growth is enhanced in the absence of a mating morph: a comparative study of fertile stylar polymorphic and sterile monomorphic populations of Nymphoides montana (Menyanthaceae). Annals of Botany 113:523-532.

Moore, B. D., R. L. Andrew, C. Kulheim, and W. J. Foley. 2014. Causes and consequences of intraspecific chemical diversity (Tansley Review). New Phytologist.

Moore, B. D., R. L. Andrew, C. Kulheim, and W. J. Foley. 2014. Causes and consequences of intraspecific chemical diversity (Tansley Review). New Phytologist.

Radar, R., I. Bartomeus, J. M. Tylianakis, and E. Laliberte. in press. The winners and losers of land use intensification: pollinator community disassembly is non random and alters functional diversity. Diversity and Distributions.

Stimpson, M. L., J. J. Bruhl, and P. H. Weston. 2014. Could this be Australia's rarest Banksia? Banksia vincentia (Proteaceae), a new species known from fourteen plants from south-eastern New South Wales, Australia. Phytotaxa 163:269-286.

Thomas, N., J. J. Bruhl, A. Ford, and P. H. Weston. 2014. Molecular dating of Winteraceae reveals a complex biogeographical history involving both ancient Gondwanan vicariance and long-distance dispersal. Journal of Biogeography 41:894-904.


Eklof, A., U. Jacob, J. Kopp, J. Bosch, R. Castro-Urgal, N. P. Chacoff, B. Dalsgaard, C. de Sassi, M. Galetti, P. R. Guimaraes, S. B. Lomascolo, A. M. M. Gonzalez, M. A. Pizo, R. Rader, A. Rodrigo, J. M. Tylianakis, D. P. Vazquez, and S. Allesina. 2013. The dimensionality of ecological networks. Ecology letters 16:577-583.

Garibaldi, L. A., I. Steffan-Dewenter, R. Winfree, M. A. Aizen, R. Bommarco, S. A. Cunningham, C. Kremen, L. G. Carvalheiro, L. D. Harder, O. Afik, I. Bartomeus, F. Benjamin, V. Boreux, D. Cariveau, N. P. Chacoff, J. H. Dudenhoffer, B. M. Freitas, J. Ghazoul, S. Greenleaf, J. Hipolito, A. Holzschuh, B. Howlett, R. Isaacs, S. K. Javorek, C. M. Kennedy, K. M. Krewenka, S. Krishnan, Y. Mandelik, M. M. Mayfield, I. Motzke, T. Munyuli, B. A. Nault, M. Otieno, J. Petersen, G. Pisanty, S. G. Potts, R. Rader, T. H. Ricketts, M. Rundlof, C. L. Seymour, C. Schuepp, H. Szentgyorgyi, H. Taki, T. Tscharntke, C. H. Vergara, B. F. Viana, T. C. Wanger, C. Westphal, N. Williams, and A. M. Klein. 2013. Wild Pollinators Enhance Fruit Set of Crops Regardless of Honey Bee Abundance. Science 339:1608-1611.

Haddadchi, A., C. L. Gross, and M. Fatemi. 2013. The expansion of sterile. Arundo donax. (Poaceae) in southeastern Australia is accompanied by genotypic variation. Aquatic Botany 104:153-161.

Heenan, P. B., I. R. H. Telford, and J. J. Bruhl. 2013. Three new species of Gingidia (Apiaceae: Apioideae) from Australia and New Zealand segregated from G. montana. Australian Systematic Botany 26:196-209.

Lucas A. Garibaldi, I., Rachael Winfree, Marcelo A. Aizen, Riccardo Bommarco, Saul A. Cunningham, Claire Kremen, Luísa G. Carvalheiro, Ohad Afik, Ignasi Bartomeus, Faye Benjamin, Virginie Boreux, Daniel Cariveau, Natacha P. Chacoff, Jan H. Dudenhöffer, Breno M. Freitas, Sarah Greenleaf, Lawrence Harder, Juliana Hipólito, Andrea Holzschuh, Brad Howlett, Rufus Isaacs, Steven K. Javorek, Christina Kennedy, Kristin Krewenka, Yael Mandelik, Margaret M. Mayfield, Iris Motzke, Theodore Munyuli, Brian A. Nault, Mark Otieno, Jessica Petersen, Gideon Pisanty, Simon G. Potts, Romina Rader, Taylor H. Ricketts, Maj Rundlöf, Colleen L. Seymour, Christof Schüepp, Krishnan Smitha, Hajnalka Szentgyörgyi, Hisatomo Taki, Teja Tscharntke, Carlos H. Vergara, Blandina F. Viana, Thomas C. Wanger, Catrin Westphal, Neal Williams, Alexandra M. Klein. 2013. Global crop pollination provided by wild insects is not substituted with abundant honey bees. Science 339:1608-1611.

Orsini L, E. C., Andrew R.L. 2013. Evolutionary Ecological Genomics. Molecular Ecology 22:527-531.

Prychid, C.J. and J J. Bruhl. 2013. Floral ontogeny and gene protein localization rules out euanthial interpretation of reproductive units in Lepironia (Cyperaceae, Mapanioideae, Chrysitricheae). Annals of Botany 112:161-177.

Rader, R., W. Edwards, D. A. Westcott, S. A. Cunningham, and B. G. Howlett. 2013. Diurnal effectiveness of pollination by bees and flies in agricultural Brassica rapa: Implications for ecosystem resilience. Basic and Applied Ecology 14:20-27

Rader, R., J. Reilly, I. Bartomeus, and R. Winfree. 2013. Native bees buffer the negative impact of climate warming on honey bee pollination of watermelon crops. Global Change Biology 19:3103-3110.

Viljoen, J. A., A. M. Muasya, R. L. Barrett, J. J. Bruhl, A. K. Gibbs, J. A. Slingsby, K. L. Wilson, and G. A. Verboom. 2013. Radiation and repeated transoceanic dispersal of Schoeneae (cyperaceae) through the southern hemisphere. American Journal of Botany 100:2494-2508.


Andrew, N. R., I. R. Roberts, and S. J. Hill. 2012. Insect herbivory along environmental gradients. Open Journal of Ecology 2:202-213.

Andrew, R. L., K. L. Ostevik, D. P. Ebert, and L. H. Rieseberg. 2012. Adaptation with gene flow across the landscape in a dune sunflower. Molecular Ecology 21:2078-2091.

Gibson, R., B. J. Conn, and J. J. Bruhl. 2012. Morphological evaluation of the Drosera peltata complex (Droseraceae). Australian Systematic Botany 25:49-80.

Gilbert, K. J., R. L. Andrew, D. G. Bock, M. T. Franklin, N. C. Kane, J. S. Moore, B. T. Moyers, S. Renaut, D. J. Rennison, T. Veen, and T. H. Vines. 2012. Recommendations for utilizing and reporting population genetic analyses: the reproducibility of genetic clustering using the program structure. Molecular Ecology 21:4925-4930.

Gross, C. L., P. Nelson, A. Haddadchi, and M. Fatemi. 2012. Somatic mutations contribute to genotypic diversity in sterile and fertile populations of the threatened shrub, 'Grevillea rhizomatosa' (Proteaceae).

Gross, C. L., P. A. Nelson, A. Haddadchi, and M. Fatemi. 2012. Somatic mutations contribute to genotypic diversity in sterile and fertile populations of the threatened shrub, Grevillea rhizomatosa (Proteaceae). Annals of Botany 109:331-342.

Khusro, M., N. R. Andrew, and A. Nicholas. 2012. Insects as poultry feed: a scoping study for poultry production systems in Australia. Worlds Poultry Science Journal 68:435-446.

Moore, C. A. and C. L. Gross. 2012. Great Big Hairy Bees! Regulating the European Bumblebee, Bombus terrestris L. What does it say about the Precautionary Principle? International Journal of Rural.Law and Policy.

Pruesapan, K., I. R. H. Telford, J. J. Bruhl, and P. C. van Welzen. 2012. Phylogeny and proposed circumscription of Breynia, Sauropus and Synostemon (Phyllanthaceae), based on chloroplast and nuclear DNA sequences. Australian Systematic Botany 25:313-330.

Rader, R., B. G. Howlett, S. A. Cunningham, D. A. Westcott, and W. Edwards. 2012. Spatial and temporal variation in pollinator effectiveness: do unmanaged insects provide consistent pollination services to mass flowering crops? Journal of Applied Ecology 49:126-134.

Stimpson, M. L., P. H. Weston, I. R. H. Telford, and J. J. Bruhl. 2012. First instalment in resolution of the Banksia spinulosa complex (Proteaceae): B. neoanglica, a new species supported by phenetic analysis, ecology and geography. Phytokeys 14:57-80.

Telford, I. R. H., P. Sebastian, P. J. de Lange, J. J. Bruhl, and S. S. Renner. 2012. Morphological and molecular data reveal three rather than one species of Sicyos (Cucurbitaceae) in Australia, New Zealand and Islands of the South West Pacific. Australian Systematic Botany 25:188-201.

Yates, M., H. Gibbs, and N. R. Andrew. 2012. Habitat characteristics may override climatic influences on ant assemblage composition: a study using a 300km climatic gradient. . Australian Journal of Zoology 59:332-338.


Bruhl, J. J. and R. D. B. Whalley. 2011. Walwhalleya jacobsiana (Poaceae, Paniceae), a new, rare species of grass from South Australia. Telopea 13:77-92.

Copeland, L. M., L. A. Craven, and J. J. Bruhl. 2011. A taxonomic review of Homoranthus (Myrtaceae: Chamelaucieae). Australian Systematic Botany 24:351-374.

Gross, C. L. 2011. Corrigendum to: Two new species and one reapplied name in Sesbania Scop.(Fabaceae, Sesbanieae) for Australia. Australian Systematic Botany 24:58-58.

Price, J. N., P. J. Berney, D. Ryder, R. D. B. Whalley, and C. L. Gross. 2011. Disturbance governs dominance of an invasive forb in a temporary wetland. Oecologia 167:759-769.

Price, J. N., M. J. Macdonald, C. L. Gross, R. D. Whalley, and I. H. Simpson. 2011. Vegetative reproduction facilitates early expansion of Phyla canescens in a semi-arid floodplain. Biological Invasions 13:285-289.

Price, J. N., R. D. B. Whalley, R. D. van Klinken, J. A. Duggin, and C. L. Gross. 2011. Periodic rest from grazing provided no control of an invasive perennial forb. The Rangeland Journal 33:287-298.

Rader, R., W. Edwards, D. A. Westcott, S. A. Cunningham, and B. G. Howlett. 2011. Pollen transport differs among bees and flies in a human-modified landscape. Diversity and Distributions 17:519-529.

Telford, I. R. H., P. Sebastian, J. J. Bruhl, and S. S. Renner. 2011. Cucumis (Cucurbitaceae) in Australia and Eastern Malaysia, Including Newly Recognized Species and the Sister Species to C. melo. Systematic Botany 36:376-389.

Vanselow, B. A., M. K. Pines, J. J. Bruhl, and L. J. Rogers. 2011. Oxalate nephropathy in a laboratory colony of common marmoset monkeys (Callithrix jacchus) following the ingestion of Eucalyptus viminalis. Veterinary Record 169:100-U146.


Dafni, A., P. Kevan, C. L. Gross, and K. Goka. 2010. Bombus terrestris, pollinator, invasive and pest: An assessment of problems associated with its widespread introductions for commercial purposes.

Gross, C. L. 2010. Two new species and one reapplied name in Sesbania Scop.(Fabaceae, Sesbanieae) for Australia. Australian Systematic Botany 23:401-414.

Gross, C. L., L. Gorrell, M. J. Macdonald, and M. Fatemi. 2010. Honeybees facilitate the invasion of Phyla canescens (Verbenaceae) in Australian Çôno bees, no seed! Weed Research 50:364-372.

Neal, J. M., C. M. Hardner, and C. L. Gross. 2010. Population demography and fecundity do not decline with habitat fragmentation in the rainforest tree. Macadamia integrifolia (Proteaceae). Biological Conservation 143:2591-2600.

Piggin, J. and J. J. Bruhl. 2010. Phylogeny reconstruction of Callitris Vent. (Cupressaceae) and its allies leads to inclusion of Actinostrobus within Callitris. Australian Systematic Botany 23:69-93.

Price, J. N., B. R. Wright, C. L. Gross, and W. R. Whalley. 2010. Comparison of seedling emergence and seed extraction techniques for estimating the composition of soil seed banks. Methods in Ecology and Evolution 1:151-157.

Xu, C. Y., M. H. Julien, M. Fatemi, C. Girod, R. D. Van Klinken, C. L. Gross, and S. J. Novak. 2010. Phenotypic divergence during the invasion of Phyla canescens in Australia and France: evidence for selection driven evolution. Ecology letters 13:32-44.