Key to Spider Subfamilies of Australia

Key to Spider Subfamilies of Australia This is a key to subfamilies of Australian spiders. It requires a binocular microscope and light of some quality, fine dissecting forceps and patience. This guide also provides a means of recognising sex even in juvenile tarantulas and other mygalomorphs, See Glossary, Sexing spiders. The key works best with…

Australian Tropical Ferns and Lycophytes

Australian Tropical Ferns and Lycophytes Australian Tropical Ferns and Lycophytes is a fern and lycophyte identification and information system for species occurring in northern Australia north of Mackay. It was developed at the Australian Tropical Herbarium by Ashley Field, Chris Quinn and Frank Zich, to supplement the Australian Tropical Rainforest Plants 8 (2020) and Australian Tropical Rainforest Orchids (2010) systems…

Tubulifera Australiensis

Tubulifera Australiensis Thysanoptera-Phlaeothripidae genera in Australia In the insect Order Thysanoptera, the suborder Tubulifera includes only a single family of living thrips, the Phlaeothripidae, and this family includes at least 66% of the thrips species known from Australia. The illustrated identification system presented here helps to distinguish the 150 genera of Phlaeothripidae recorded from Australia…

Key to Rutaceae of Western Australia

Key to Rutaceae of Western Australia The Restionaceae is a largely Australian family. It has a centre of diversity in Western Australia, where there are 198 described and 7 undescribed (phrase-named) species recognized. This key includes all described and phrase-named taxa in Western Australia. Authors: Chris Hollister & Kevin ThieleWestern Australian Herbarium, Perth View other…

Key to Restionaceae of Western Australia

Key to Restionaceae of Western Australia The Restionaceae is a largely Australian family. It has a centre of diversity in Western Australia, where there are 107 described and undescribed (phrase-named) species recognized. This key includes all described and phrase-named taxa in Western Australia. Authors: Chris Hollister & Kevin ThieleWestern Australian Herbarium, Perth View other WA…

Key to Proteaceae of Western Australia

Key to Proteaceae of Western Australia The Proteaceae is a largely Australian family. It has a centre of diversity in Western Australia, where there are 963 described and 20 undescribed (phrase-named) species recognized. This key includes all described and phrase-named taxa in Western Australia. Authors: Chris Hollister & Kevin ThieleWestern Australian Herbarium, Perth View other…

Key to the Malvaceae of Western Australia

Key to the Malvaceae of Western Australia The Malvaceae is a largely Australian family. It has a centre of diversity in Western Australia, where there are 381 described and 70 undescribed (phrase-named) species recognized. This key includes all described and phrase-named taxa in Western Australia. Authors: Chris Hollister & Kevin ThieleWestern Australian Herbarium, Perth View…

Key to the Lamiaceae of Western Australia

Key to the Lamiaceae of Western Australia The Lamiaceae a largely Australian family. It has a centre of diversity in Western Australia, where there are 251 described and 24 undescribed (phrase-named) species recognized. This key includes all described and phrase-named taxa in Western Australia. Authors: Chris Hollister & Kevin ThieleWestern Australian Herbarium, Perth View other…

Key to Haemodoraceae of Western Australia

Key to Haemodoraceae of Western Australia The Haemodoraceae is a largely Australian family. It has a centre of diversity in Western Australia, where there are 127 described and undescribed (phrase-named) species recognized. This key includes all described and phrase-named taxa in Western Australia. Authors: Chris Hollister & Kevin Thiele Visit other WA Herbarium keys Key…

Key to Goodeniaceae of Western Australia

Key to the Goodeniaceae of Western Australian The Goodeniaceae is a largely Australian family. It has a centre of diversity in Western Australia, where there are 332 described and 19 undescribed (phrase-named) species recognized. This key includes all described and phrase-named taxa in Western Australia. Authors: Chris Hollister & Kevin ThieleWestern Australian Herbarium, Perth View…