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References:

Booth, R, RK Harwood and CP Mangion (2001) Field key for the monsoon rainforest flora of
the Darwin region Northern Territory Botanical Bulletin No. 28
, Northern Territory University
Press, Darwin

Brennan, K. (1986) Wildflowers of Kakadu: A guide to the wildflowers of Kakadu
National Park and the Top End of the Northern Territory
Kym Brennan, Jabiru

Brennan, K. (2007) A field key to the trees and shrubs in the Jabiru area - Supervising Scientist Report 187 - Department of the Environment, Water, Heritage and the Arts

Brock, John (2001) Native Plants of Northern Australia Reed New Holland

Cowie, ID, Short, PS & Osterkamp Madsen, M 2000, Floodplain Flora: A flora of the coastal floodplains of the Northern Territory, Australia, Flora of Australia Supplementary Series 10, ABRS, Canberra.

Dunlop C. Cowie, I. & Leach, G. (1995) Flora of the Darwin Region Vol 2.

Holmes, Jarrad, Bisa, Deborah , Hill, Audrey and Crase, Beth (2005)A Guide to the Threatened, Near Threatened and Data Deficient Plants in the Litchfield Shire of the Northern Territory WWF Australia

Kerrigan, RA and DE Albrecht (eds) 2007 Checklist of NT Vascular Plant Species Department of Natural Resources, Environment, The Arts and Sport, Darwin

Phyllis Wiynjorrotj, Sarah Flora (dec.), Nipper Daybilama Brown (dec.), Peter Jatbula (dec.), Judy Galmur, Margaret Katherine, Francesca Merlan and Glenn Wightman (2005) Jawoyn Plants and Animals: Aboriginal flora and fauna knowledge from Nitmiluk National Park and the Katherine area, northern Australia Department of Natural Resources, Environment and the Arts

Plants of the Kimberley Region of Western Australia RJ Petheram, B Kok and E Bartlett-Torr (2003) University of Western Australia Press

Sharp, D. & Simon, B.K. (2002), AusGrass: Grasses of Australia. CD-ROM, Version 1.0 (Australian Biological Resources Study, Canberra, and Environmental Protection Agency, Queensland).

Simon, Bryan K and Latz, Peter K (1994) A Key to the Grasses of the Northern Territory, Australia Northern Territory Botanical Bulletin No. 17, Conservation Commission of the Northern Territory, Darwin

Smith, N.M. (2007) Native Plants for Top End Gardens Greening Australia (NT) Ltd

Smith, N. M. (2002) Weeds of the Wet/Dry Tropics of Australia: A Field Guide Environment Centre NT

Woinarski, J, Pavey, C, Kerrigan, R, Cowie, I & Ward, S (Eds) 2007, Lost from our landscape, Northern Territory Department of Natural Resources, Environment and the Arts.

Wheeler, J.R., Rye, B. L. Koch, B.L. Wilson, A.J.G. (1992) Flora of the Kimberley Region Western Australian Herbarium

Links to useful websites:

NT Field Naturalists - interest group for local naturalists

Kakadu National Park website & visitor guide

Top End Native Plant Society - local interest group for the growing of native species

Guided By Nature Tours - local tour company for specialised, nature-based tours

Threatened Species Lists Northern Territory

The Pea Key

Ausgrass2

APC - Australian Plant Census - Use this site to find out if a name is the currently accepted name in Australian herbaria. For information on all names used in taxonomic literature, use the APNI (Australian Plant Name Index) site which works in the same way. The link can be found on this site.

The Australian National Botanical Gardens image database - Has photos of many NT genera which may not otherwise be found.

http://www.efloras.org/index.aspx- A collective of efloras from various countries. Many species from the NT are found throughout Asia or are pantropical and may turn up on these sites if searched. Can yield good photos, botanical keys and illustrations but remember some taxa are variable across their distribution.

Florabase - Well known eflora for WA. The NT of course shares many species with the Kimberley region in particular.

PlantNet - Another eflora for NSW. Worth a try unless you’re sure that your species is only found in northern Australia.