ICAF References

These are the references used for Fungi of Australia volumes 2A and 2B, with additions to November 2005.

Entries in black are those listed in Fungi of Australia volumes 2A and 2B, entries in red are later additions.

Entries in blue relate to discrepancies between the reference lists of Fungi of Australia volumes 2A and 2B. Occasionally a particular author+date reference as used in the bibliography for volume 2A (such as Cheel, 1907a) may relate to a different publication than in the bibliography of volume 2B. This is because the two volumes had different lists of references. In these cases, the entry in black is specific for taxa treated in volume 2A and the entry in blue (for the same author+date combination, but different publication) is specific for taxa treated in volume 2B. Also, sometimes the same publication was included in volume 2A with a different author+date+letter combination than in volume 2B.

Example:

Cheel, E. (1907a), List of fungi, Proc. Linn. Soc. New South Wales 32: 202-205.
Cheel, E. (1907a), Notes and exhibits, Proc. Linn. Soc. New South Wales 32: 159.
Cheel, E. (1907b), List of Fungi, Proc. Linn. Soc. New South Wales 32: 202-205.
Cheel, E. (1907b), Notes and exhibits, Proc. Linn. Soc. New South Wales 32: 475.

Anomalies in referencing arising from discrepancies between the reference lists in volumes 2A and 2B are gradually being removed.

Fungi of Australia volume 2A treated the agaricoid and truffle-like Agaricales, Boletales, Cantharellales and Russulales and volume 2B covered all other macrofungal Basidiomycota, and macrofungal Myxomycota.

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Entries in black are those listed in Fungi of Australia volumes 2A and 2B, entries in red are additions, entries in blue relate to discrepancies between the reference lists of volumes 2A and 2B.

W[illis, J.H.], H[ooke, A.G.] & S[tewart, H.C.E.] (1936), Excursion to Sherbrooke Forest, Victorian Naturalist 53: 39.
W[illis], J.H. & B[ibby], P.N.S. (1943), Excursion to Ferntree Gully National Park, Victorian Naturalist 60: 39.
Wade, G.C., Ward, J.R., Geard, I.D., Cartledge, E.G., Williams, P.G., Sampson, P.J. & Burdett, J.F. (1959), A list of plant diseases recorded in Tasmania. Research Bulletin No. 2. Department of Agriculture, Tasmania.
Wade, G.C., Ward, J.R., Geard, I.D., Cartledge, E.G., Williams, P.G., Sampson, P.J. & Burdett, J.F. (1959), A list of plant diseases recorded in Tasmania. Department of Agriculture, Tasmania, Research Bulletin No. 2.
Wagner, T. & Fischer, M. (2001), Natural groups and a revised system for the European poroid Hymenochaetales (Basidiomycota) supported by nLSU rDNA sequence data, Mycol. Res. 105: 773-782.
Wakefield, E.M. (1915), On a collection of fungi from Australia and New Zealand, Bull. Misc. Inform. Kew 1915: 361-376.
Wakefield, E.M. (1917), Notes on British Thelephoraceae, Trans. Brit. Mycol. Soc. 5: 474-481.
Wakefield, E.M. (1918), Fungi exotici: XXIV, Bull. Misc. Inform. 1918: 207-210.
Wakefield, E.M. (1920), Fungi of New Caledonia and the Loyalty Islands, in F.Sarasin & J.Roux (eds), Nova Caledonia. Forschungen in Neu-Caledonien und den Loyalty-Inseln. B. Botanik, Vol. 1, Lief. 2, 89-108. C.W. Kreidel's Verlag, Berlin & Wiesbaden.
Wakefield, E.M. (1922), Plants from New Caledonia. Fungi, J. Linn. Soc., Bot. 46: 88-93.
Wakefield, E.M. (1930), Australian resupinate Hydnaceae. Trans. Roy. Soc. South Australia 54: 155-158.
Wakefield, N.[A.] (1960), Forlorn Hope and Reedy River, Victorian Naturalist 77: 4-11, 32-39.
Wakefield, N.A. (1958), F.N.C.V. excursion to Genoa district - Dec. 1957, Victorian Naturalist 75: 3-18.
Wakefield, N.A. (1967), Naturalist's Diary. Longmans, Croydon.
Walker, J. & Moore, K. (1974), Coprinus stercorarius as an industrial contaminant, Trans. Brit. Mycol. Soc. 63: 449-455.
Walker, J. (1996), The classification of the fungi: history, current status and usage in the Fungi of Australia, Fungi of Australia 1A: 1-65.
Walker, J. (1996a), An opinion on the validity of the generic name Postia Fr. 1874 (Eumycota: Aphyllophorales), Australas. Mycol. Newslett. 15: 23-26.
Walker, J. (1996b), The classification of the fungi: history, curent status and usage in the Fungi of Australia, Fungi of Australia 1A: 1-65, 121-162.
Walker, J. (1996c), Keys to the orders of fungi, Fungi of Australia 1A: 67-162
Walker, J. (1996d), Biogeography of fungi with special reference to Australia, Fungi of Australia 1A: 263-320.
Walters, N.[E.M.] (1953), Wood-destroying fungi, Wild Life & Outdoors 17: 422-430.
Walters, N.E.M. (1955), Herbarium notes on species of Coltricia and Inonotus, Division of Forest Products. (CSIRO Australia, Division of Forest Products. Project P.11. Sub-Project P.11-6. Progress Report No. 1.)
Walters, N.E.M. (1958), Poria healeyi sp. nov. the causal fungus of yellow straw rot in jarrah (Eucalyptus marginata Sm.), Trans. Brit. Mycol. Soc. 41: 95-98.
Walters, N.E.M. (1962), Fungi in the herbarium of Wood Preservation Section, Division of Forest Products. (CSIRO Australia, Division of Forest Products. Project P.11. Sub-Project P.11-6. Progress Report No.2).
Walters, N.E.M. (1967), Definite record of Fomitopsis annosa in Australia, Nature 213: 532.
Walters, N.E.M. (1969), Two new species of Phellinus from Australia, Trans. Brit. Mycol. Soc. 52: 499-502.
Walters, N.E.M. (1973), Australian house fungi. (CSIRO South Melbourne, Division of Building Research No. 13).
Walters, N.E.M. (1973), Australian house fungi. (CSIRO South Melbourne, Division of Building Research, Forests Products Laboratory, Forest Products Technical Notes No. 13.)
Warcup, J.H. (1957), Studies on the occurence and activity of fungi in a wheat-field soil, Trans. Brit. Mycol. Soc. 40: 237-262.
Warcup, J.H. (1959), Studies on Basidiomycetes in soil, Trans. Brit. Mycol. Soc. 42: 45-52.
Warcup, J.H. (1971), Specificity of mycorrhizal associations in some Australian terrestrial orchids, New Phytol. 70: 41-46.
Warcup, J.H. (1981a), The mycorrhizal relationships of Australian orchids, New Phytol. 87: 371-381.
Warcup, J.H. (1981b), Effect of fire on soil microflora and other non-vascular plants, in A.M.Gill, R.H.Groves, & I.R.Noble (eds), Fire and the Australian Biota, 203-214. Australian Academy of Science, Canberra.
Warcup, J.H. (1985), Rhizanthella gardneri (Orchidaceae), its Rhizoctonia endophyte and close association with Melaleuca incinata (Myrtaceae) in Western Australia, New Phytol. 99: 273-280.
Warcup, J.H. (1986), The fungi, in H.R.Wallace (ed.), The Ecology of the Forests and Woodlands of South Australia, 126-136. D.J.Woolman, Government Printer, South Australia.
Warcup, J.H. (1988), Mycorrhizal associations and seedling development in Australian Lobelioideae (Campanulaceae), Austral. J. Bot. 36: 461-472.
Warcup, J.H. (1988), Mycorrhizal associations of isolates of Sebacina vermifera, New Phytol. 110: 227-231.
Warcup, J.H. (1990), The mycorrhizal associations of Australian Inuleae (Asteraceae), Muelleria 7: 179-187.
Warcup, J.H. (1990a), Mycorrhiza, in R.J.Bates & J.Z.Weber, Orchids of South Australia, 21-26. A.B.Caudell, Government Printer, South Australia.
Warcup, J.H. (1990b), The mycorrhizal associations of Australian Inuleae (Asteraceae), Muelleria 7: 179-187.
Warcup, J.H. (1991), The Rhizoctonia endophytes of Rhizanthella (Orchidaceae), Mycol. Res. 95: 656-659.
Warcup, J.H. & McGee, P.A. (1983), The mycorrhizal associations of some Australian Asteraceae, New Phytol. 95: 667-672.
Warcup, J.H. & Simpson, J. (1971), Mycorrhizas of eucalypts and pines, Bienn. Rep. Waite Agric. Res. Inst., S. Australia 1970-1971: 78.
Warcup, J.H. & Talbot P.H.B. (1963), Ecology and identity of mycelia from soil. II, Trans. Brit. Mycol. Soc. 46: 465-472.
Warcup, J.H. & Talbot, P.H.B. (1962), Ecology and identity of mycelia isolated from soil, Trans. Brit. Mycol. Soc. 45: 495-518.
Warcup, J.H. & Talbot, P.H.B. (1965), Ecology and identity of mycelia from soil. III, Trans. Brit. Mycol. Soc. 48: 249-259.
Warcup, J.H. & Talbot, P.H.B. (1966), Perfect states of some Rhizoctonias, Trans. Brit. Mycol. Soc. 49: 427-435.
Warcup, J.H. & Talbot, P.H.B. (1967), Perfect states of Rhizoctonias associated with orchids, New Phytol. 66: 631-641.
Warcup, J.H. & Talbot, P.H.B. (1971), Perfect states of Rhizoctonias associated with orchids. II, New Phytol. 70: 35-40.
Warcup, J.H. & Talbot, P.H.B. (1980), Perfect states of Rhizoctonias associated with orchids. III, New Phytol. 86: 267-272.
Warcup, J.H., Simpson, J. & Bumbieris, M. (1969), Dying of pines in the Adelaide Hills, Bienn. Rep. Waite Agric. Res. Inst., S. Australia 1968-1969: 79.
Wardell-Johnson, G. & Coates, D. (1996), Links to the past: local endemism in four species of forest eucalypts in southwestern Australia, in S.H.Hopper, J.A.Chappill, M.S.Harvey & A.S.George (eds), Gondwanan Heritage Past, Present and Future of the Western Australian Biota, 137-154. Surrey Beatty & Sons, Chipping Norton.
Wark, M.C., White, M.D., Robertson, D.J. & Marriott, P.F. (1987), Regeneration of heath and heath woodland in the north-eastern Otway Ranges following the wildfire of February 1983, Proc. Roy. Soc. Victoria, n. ser., 99: 51-88.
Warneke, R.M. (1971), A field study of the Australian Bush Rat, Rattus fuscipes Waterhouse (Rodentia, Muridae), Wildlife Contr. Victoria 14: 1-115.
Washington, W.S. & Nancarrow, R.J. (1983), List of diseases recorded on fruit and vegetable crops in Victoria before June 30, 1980. Department of Agriculture, Victoria. (Techn. Rep. Ser. 66.)
Wassink, E.C. (1948), Observations on the luminescence in fungi. I, Including a critical review of the species mentioned as luminescent in the literature, Recueil Trav. Bot. Néerl. 41: 150-212.
Wassink, E.C. (1979), On fungus luminescence, Meded. Landbouwhoogeschool 79(5): 1-115.
Watling, R. (1974), Bolbitiaceae, Fl. Illustr. Champ. Afrique Centrale 3: 53-72.
Watling, R. (1976), Review of 'The Fungi - An Advanced Treatise, Volume IVA ... Volume IVB', Trans. Brit. Mycol. Soc. 66: 559-565.
Watling, R. (1977), Observations on the Bolbitiaceae, 13 and 14, Kew Bull. 31: 587-594.
Watling, R. (1979a), Studies in the genera Lacrymaria and Panaeolus, Notes Roy. Bot. Gard. Edinburgh 37: 369-379.
Watling, R. (1979b), Observations on the Bolbitiaceae XVII. Volvate species of Conocybe, Beih. Sydowia 8: 401-415.
Watling, R. (1980), Amanita nauseosa - A foreign visitor? Bull. Brit. Mycol. Soc. 14: 23.
Watling, R. (1982), Reviews of 'Introduction to the Mushrooms, Toadstools and Larger Fungi of Queensland', 'A Field Guide to the Fungi of South-eastern Australia' and 'A Field Guide to the Common Genera of Gilled Fungi in Australia', Australas. Pl. Pathol. 11: 35-36.
Watling, R. (1982a), British Fungus Flora. Agarics and Boleti. 3 / Bolbitaceae: Agrocybe, Bolbitius & Conocybe. Royal Botanic Gardens, Edinburgh.
Watling, R. (1985), Impressions of Australian mushrooms, Victorian Naturalist 102: 116-123.
Watling, R. (1985a), Impressions of Australian mushrooms, Victorian Naturalist 102: 116-117.
Watling, R. (1985a), The Fungal Flora of Mull - Additions. Royal Botanic Gardens, Edinburgh.
Watling, R. (1985b), The Fungal Flora of Mull - Additions. Royal Botanic Gardens, Edinburgh.
Watling, R. (1988), Larger fungi and some of earth's major catastrophies, Proc. Roy. Soc. Edinburgh, B 94: 49-59.
Watling, R. (1988a), Larger fungi and some of earth's major catastrophies, Proc. Roy. Soc. Edinburgh, B 94: 49-59.
Watling, R. (1988b), A mycological kaleidoscope, Trans. Brit. Mycol. Soc. 90: 1-28.
Watling, R. (1988c), Eucalypt associates, Mycologist 2: 73-74.
Watling, R. (1989a), The natural history of the Bolbitiaceae (Agaricales): ecological strategies, Opera Bot. 100: 259-265.
Watling, R. (1989b), Some British omphalinoid and pleurotoid agarics, Notes Roy. Bot. Gard. Edinburgh 45: 549-557.
Watling, R. (1992), Armillaria Staude in the Cameroon Republic, Persoonia 14: 483-491.
Watling, R. (1993), Comparison of the macromycete biotas in selected tropical areas of Africa and Australia, in S.Isaac, J.C.Frankland, R.Watling & A.J.S.Whalley (eds), Aspects of Tropical Mycology, 171-191. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge.
Watling, R. (1994), A Malaysian fungus foray, Mycologist 8: 179-180.
Watling, R. (1995), Assessment of fungal diversity: macromycetes, the problems, Canad. J. Bot. 73 (Suppl. 1): S15-S24.
Watling, R. (1998), Review of 'The Fungi of Southern Australia by N. L. Bougher and K. Syme, Mycologist 12: 188-189.
Watling, R. (2001), The relationships and possible distributional patterns of boletes in south-east Asia, Mycol. Res. 105: 1440-1448.
Watling, R. & Gregory, N.M. (1977), Larger fungi from Turkey, Iran and neighbouring countries, Karstenia 17: 59-72.
Watling, R. & Gregory, N.M. (1980), Larger fungi from Kashmir, Nova Hedwigia 32: 493-564.
Watling, R. & Gregory, N.M. (1981), Census catalogue of world members of the Bolbitiaceae, Biblioth. Mycol. 82: 1-224.
Watling, R. & Gregory, N.M. (1986), Observations on the boletes of the Cooloola sandmass, Queensland and notes on their distribution in Australia, Proc. Roy. Soc. Queensland 97: 97-128.
Watling, R. & Gregory, N.M. (1987), British Fungus Flora. Agarics and Boleti. 5 / Strophariaceae & Coprinaceae p.p. ... Royal Botanic Gardens, Edinburgh.
Watling, R. & Gregory, N.M. (1988a), Observations on the boletes of the Cooloola sandmass, Queensland and notes on their distribution in Australia. Part 2 A. Smooth spored taxa - introduction, keys and references, Proc. Roy. Soc. Queensland 99: 45-63.
Watling, R. & Gregory, N.M. (1988b), Observations on the boletes of the Cooloola sandmass, Queensland and notes on their distribution in Australia. Part 2 B: smooth spored taxa of the family Gyrodontaceae and the genus Pulveroboletus, Proc. Roy. Soc. Queensland 99: 65-76.
Watling, R. & Gregory, N.M. (1989a), Observations on the boletes of the Cooloola sandmass, Queensland and notes on their distribution in Australia. Part 2C: smooth spored taxa - Strobilomycetaceae, Proc. Roy. Soc. Queensland 100: 13-30.
Watling, R. & Gregory, N.M. (1989b), Observations on the boletes of the Cooloola sandmass, Queensland and notes on their distribution in Australia. - Part 2D: smooth spored taxa - Boletaceae, Xerocomaceae, Proc. Roy. Soc. Queensland 100: 31-47.
Watling, R. & Gregory, N.M. (1991), Observations on the boletes of the Cooloola sandmass, Queensland and notes on their distribution in Australia. - Part 3: lamellate taxa, Edinburgh J. Bot. 48: 353-391.
Watling, R. & Gregory, N.M. (1991), Observations on the boletes of the Cooloola sandmass, Queensland and notes on their distributionin Australia. - Part 3: lamellate taxa, Edinburgh J. Bot. 48: 353-391.
Watling, R. & Harper, D.B. (1998), Chloromethane production by wood-rotting fungi and an estimate of the global flux to the atmosphere, Mycol. Res. 102: 769-787.
Watling, R. & Hollands, R. (1990), Boletes from Sarawak, Notes Roy. Bot. Gard. Edinburgh 46: 405-422.
Watling, R. & Li, T.-H. (1999), Further observations on the boletes of the Cooloola Sandmass, Queensland and extralimital area, in R.Watling & T.-H.Li, Australian Boletes a Preliminary Survey, 27-71. Royal Botanic Gardens, Edinburgh.
Watling, R. & Rotheroe, M. (1989), Macrofungi of sand dunes, Proc. Roy. Soc. Edinburgh, B 96: 111-126.
Watling, R. & Taylor, G.M. (1987), Observations on the Bolbitiaceae: 27. Preliminary account of the Bolbitiaceae of New Zealand, Biblioth. Mycol. 117: 1-61.
Watling, R. & Turnbull, E. (1992), Boletes from South & East Central Africa - I, Edinburgh J. Bot. 49: 343-361.
Watling, R. & Turnbull, E. (1994), Boletes from south and east Central Africa - II, Edinburgh J. Bot. 51: 331-353.
Watling, R. & Young, T. (1983), A new species of Panaeolopsis Singer, Notes Roy. Bot. Gard. Edinburgh 41: 395-399.
Watling, R., Gill, M., Giménez, A. & May, T.W. (1992), A new styrylpyrone-containing Cortinarius from Australia, Mycol. Res. 96: 743-748.
Watling, R., Gücin, F. & Isiloglu, M. (1995), Battarraea phalloides - its history, biology and extension to its distribution, Nova Hedwigia 60: 13-18.
Watling, R., Taylor, L.S., See, L.S., Sims, K. & Alexander, I. (1995), A rainforest Pisolithus; its taxonomy and ecology, Nova Hedwigia 61: 417-429.
Watson, I. (1948), Excursion to Loch, Victorian Naturalist 65: 27.
Watson, I. (1952), Exhibits, Victorian Naturalist 69: 14.
Weatherhead, H. (1982), The centenary expedition of the F.N.C.V. 1-8 Nov., 1980, Victorian Naturalist 99: 39-42, 75-80.
Weatherhead, H. (1989), FNCV Meeting reports, Victorian Naturalist 106: 212.
Webb, A.E.G. (1964), [Exhibits], Victorian Naturalist 80: 324.
Webb, L.J. (1959), The use of plant medicines and poisons by Australian Aborigines, Mankind 7: 137-146.
Weber, J.Z. (ed.) (1972), Florula of the Big Heath Conservation Park, S. Austral. Naturalist 47: 32-36.
WeiB, M. & Oberwinkler, F. (2001), Phylogenetic relationships in Auriculariales and related groups - hypotheses derived from nuclear ribosomal DNA sequences, Mycol. Res. 105: 403-415.
Welden, A.L. (1958), A contribution toward a monograph of Cotylidia (Thelephoraceae), Lloydia 21: 38-44.
Welden, A.L. (1965), West Indian species of Vararia with notes on extralimital species, Mycologia 57: 502-520.
Welden, A.L. (1967), Two species of Stereum, one old, one new, Brittonia 19: 328-332.
Welden, A.L. (1971), An essay on Stereum, Mycologia 63: 790-799.
Welden, A.L. (1975), Lopharia, Mycologia 67: 530-551.
Wells, K. & Oberwinkler, F. (1982), Tremelloscypus gelatinosa, a species of a new family Sebacinaceae, Mycologia, 74: 325-331.
Wells, K. (1958), Studies of some Tremellaceae. II. The genus Ductifera, Mycologia 50: 407-416.
Wells, K. (1962), Studies of some Tremellaceae. IV. Exidiopsis, Mycologia 53: 317-370.
Wells, K. (1994), Jelly fungi, then and now, Mycologia 86: 18-48.
Wen, H.-A. & Sun, S.-X. (1999), Fungal flora of tropical Guangxi, China: Macrofungi, Mycotaxon 72: 359-369.
White, C. (1910a), Exhibits, Queensland Naturalist 1: 115.
White, C. (1910b), Exhibits, Queensland Naturalist 1: 159.
White, C. (1910c), Exhibits, Queensland Naturalist 1: 160.
White, C.T. (1913), Exhibits, Queensland Naturalist 1: 237.
White, C.T. (1919), Luminous fungi, Queensland Agric. J., n. ser., 12: 33-34.
White, C.T. (1920), Two interesting fungi, Queensland Naturalist 2: 80-82.
White, C.T. (1922), Net fungi, Queensland Naturalist 3: 64 (1922).
White, C.T. (1930), Horse mushroom, Queensland Agric. J., n. ser., 33: 216.
White, N.H. (1944), The development of Lysurus sulcatis, Trans. Brit. Mycol. Soc. 27: 29-34.
White, M.D. (1990), Coastal Vegetation of Anglesea-Airey's Inlet Region. Lutheran Publishing House, Adelaide.
Wightman, G., Kalabidi, G.J., Dodd, T.N.N., Frith, R.N.D., Jiwitjiwitj, M.N., Oscar, J.N.N., Wave Hill, R.J.W., Holt, S., Limbunya, J.J. & Wadrill, V.N. (1994), Gurindji ethnobotany: aboriginal plant use from Daguragu, Northern Australia, Northern Territory Bot. Bull. 18: 1-76.
Williams, K.L. (1994), Cellular slime moulds: the simplest complex eukaryotes?, Victorian Naturalist 111: 18-21.
Williams, L.D. (1957), South Australian fungi II, S. Austral. Naturalist 57: 61.
Williams, P.G. (1996), The growth of outplanted eucalypt seedlings after nursery inoculation with ectomycorrhizal fungus, Australas. Mycol. Newslett. 15: 27-29.
Williamson, H.B. (1919), Remarks on exhibits [and] Exhibits, Victorian Naturalist 36: 2-3.
Willis, J.H. & Crawford, I. (1987), A magnificent blue toadstool (Entoloma nitidum), Victorian Naturalist 104: 85.
Willis, J.H. (1928), Polyporaceae in the Creswick forest, Sylvanite 1928: 54-55.
Willis, J.H. (1934a), The Agaricaceae or 'gilled fungi', Victorian Naturalist 50: 264-298. [Earlier version of Willis (1963).] [In the Interactive Catalogue only the current version is included in the lists of references under each species, unless different names are used for the same illustration or description in the earlier version.]
Willis, J.H. (1934a), 'Beef-steak', 'Punk', and 'Blackfellows' Bread', Victorian Naturalist 50: 298-301.
Willis, J.H. (1934b), Species gathered during the foray, Victorian Naturalist 51: 46-48.
Willis, J.H. (1934c), The Geastrae or 'earth-stars' of Victoria, Victorian Naturalist 51: 115-124.
Willis, J.H. (1935), Revision of 'The Agaricaceae or gilled fungi', Victorian Naturalist 52: 68-70.
Willis, J.H. (1936), Notes on the illustrations, Victorian Naturalist 53: 21-22.
Willis, J.H. (1937), Spring-time fungi and a giant Boletus, Victorian Naturalist 54: 102-104.
Willis, J.H. (1938), A suburban colony of 'earth-stars', Victorian Naturalist 54: 143-144.
Willis, J.H. (1939), April fungi of the forest gullies. With particular reference to resupinate forms and the genus Poria, Victorian Naturalist 56: 3-8.
Willis, J.H. (1940), Fungus haunts and habits, Wild Life (Melbourne) 2(7): 7-9, 46.
Willis, J.H. (1941), Victorian Fungi. Field Naturalists' Club of Victoria. [Earlier version of Willis (1963).] [In the Interactive Catalogue only the current version is included in the lists of references under each species, unless different names are used for the same illustration or description in the earlier version.]
Willis, J.H. (1942a), The wonder-lily of Beenak, Victorian Naturalist 59: 90-91.
Willis, J.H. (1942b), Exhibits, Victorian Naturalist 59: 94.
Willis, J.H. (1943), [Victorian poisonous native plants], Victorian Naturalist 60: 98-99.
Willis, J.H. (1944a), Exhibits, Victorian Naturalist 61: 46.
Willis, J.H. (1944b), Exhibits, Victorian Naturalist 61: 115.
Willis, J.H. (1944c), Exhibits, Victorian Naturalist 61: 141.
Willis, J.H. (1945), A large fungus, Victorian Naturalist 61: 216.
Willis, J.H. (1947a), An undescribed Victorian Phalloid fungus, Victorian Naturalist 63: 217-218.
Willis, J.H. (1947b), Botany of the Bogongs, Victorian Naturalist 63: 249-250.
Willis, J.H. (1948), Beenak fungus foray, Victorian Naturalist 65: 69-70.
Willis, J.H. (1950), Victorian Toadstools and Mushrooms. Field Naturalists' Club of Victoria. [Earlier version of Willis (1963).] [In the Interactive Catalogue only the current version is included in the lists of references under each species, unless different names are used for the same illustration or description in the earlier version.]
Willis, J.H. (1953a), Mycological excursion to Sherbrooke Forest, Victorian Naturalist 70: 20.
Willis, J.H. (1953b), The Archipelago of the Recherche. Part 3. Plants. 3a. - Land flora, Austral. Geogr. Soc. Rep. 1: 3-35.
Willis, J.H. (1953b), Amendments to the nomenclature of some Victorian Polyporaceae, Victorian Naturalist 70: 110-111.
Willis, J.H. (1953c), The Archipelago of the Recherche. Part 3. Plants. 3a. - Land flora, Austral. Geogr. Soc. Rep. 1: 3-35.
Willis, J.H. (1954), Craterellus multiplex Cke. et Mass. An uncommon and remarkable fungus, Victorian Naturalist 70: 181-182.
Willis, J.H. (1955), Notes on the flora of Safety Cove, Tasmanian Naturalist, n. ser., 2: 23-32.
Willis, J.H. (1957), Victorian Toadstools and Mushrooms, 2nd edn. Field Naturalists' Club of Victoria.
Willis, J.H. (1957a), Rediscovery of a rare Victorian toadstool (Hygrophorus lewellinae Kalchbr.), Victorian Naturalist 74: 71-72.
Willis, J.H. (1957b), Victorian records for Secotium. (A remarkable genus of fungi in the Gasteromycetes), Victorian Naturalist 74: 87-88.
Willis, J.H. (1957c), Victorian Toadstools and Mushrooms, 2nd edn. Field Naturalists' Club of Victoria. [Earlier version of Willis (1963).] [In the Interactive Catalogue only the current version is included in the lists of references under each species, unless different names are used for the same illustration or description in the earlier version.]
Willis, J.H. (1958), A list of Victorian Clavariaceae (with an artificial key to the eleven genera of known representation in the state), Victorian Naturalist 74: 127-133.
Willis, J.H. (1959), Plants of the Recherche Archipelago, W.A. (some adjustments to published records, and a list of the species collected there by Robert Brown), Muelleria 1: 97-101.
Willis, J.H. (1960), Two notes on fungi in Victoria, Victorian Naturalist 76: 265.
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