Noushka Reiter

Noushka Reiter

Botanist (Orchid Conservation)

Noushka Reiter manages our newly established Orchid Conservation Centre, which has an exciting capacity for large-scale conservation projects. She works closely with community groups in both the Orchid Conservation Centre and in the field to achieve tangible positive outcomes for threatened orchids. Noushka has a particular interest in threatened flora ecology, mycorrhizal associations and re-introductions. Her research focusses on the conservation of threatened flora. Together with various government, industry and tertiary institutions, Noushka is involved in a range of conservation projects including the ecology, propagation and re-introduction of over 20 federally threatened orchids.

  • Refereed journal articles
  • Theses
  • Other

Refereed journal articles

Reiter, N., Lawrie, A. and Walsh, N. (2013). Mycorrhizal associations of Borya mirabilis. Muelleria 31, 81–88.

Reiter, N. and Pollard, G. (2013). The response of Grampians Duck-orchid and Grampians pincushion lily in Victoria to wild fire. Australian Plant Conservation  22(1), 15–17.

Reiter, N., Vlcek, K. and Clements, M. (2013). Pterostylis lingua a new species for Victoria and habitat preferences for Pterostylis xerophila. Muelleria 31, 69–76.

Reiter, N., Thomson, R., Bedggood, W., Jenek, C., Cross, R., Whitfield, J., Lawrie, A., Pollard, G., Argall, M., Johnson, G. and Lester, K. (2013). Victorian orchid conservation. Australian Plant Conservation  21(3), 12–14.

Reiter, N., Weste, G. and Guest, D. (2004). The risk of extinction resulting from disease caused by Phytophthora cinnamomi to endangered, vulnerable or rare plant species endemic to the Grampians, Western Victoria. Australian Journal of Botany 52, 425–433. 

Reiter, N. (2008). Borya mirabilis: steps in the recovery of a critically endangered Australian native plant. PhD thesis, RMIT University, Melbourne. 

Reiter, N. (2002). The risk of extinction resulting from disease caused by Phytophthora cinnamomi to endangered, vulnerable or rare plant species endemic to the Grampians, western Victoria. Honors thesis, The University of Melbourne.

Other articles

Weste, G., Hewett, M. and Reiter, N. (2005). Dieback threatens endangered native plants. Will they survive? The Victorian Naturalist 121(4), 148–153.

Newspaper and magazine articles

Reiter, N. (2012). Bizarre orchid behaviours revealed. Australian Geographic, Aug 24.