Science publications 2017
This is a list of the publications by research staff, students and Honorary Associates of Royal Botanic Gardens Victoria for 2017. For details of individual staff members and their projects see the staff pages.
Refereed journal articles
Crous, P.W. [and 119 authors including May, T.W.] (2017). Fungal Planet description sheets: 625–715, Persoonia 39, 270-467.
Fechner N., Bonito G., Bougher N.L., Lebel T., Halling R.E. 2017. New species of Austroboletus (Boletaceae) in Australia. Mycological Progress 16(8) 769–775.
Hawksworth, D.L., May, T.W. & Redhead, S.A. (2017). Fungal nomenclature evolving: changes adopted by the 19th International Botanical Congress in Shenzhen 2017, and procedures for the Fungal Nomenclature Session at the 11th International Mycological Congress in Puerto Rico 2018. IMA Fungus 8, 211-218.
Lebel T. 2017. Nomenclatural changes and corrections for some previously described Australasian truffle-like fungi (Basidiomycetes). Muelleria 36: 8–14.
Linde, C.C., May, T.W., Phillips, R D., Ruibal, M., Smith, L.M. & Peakall, R. (2017). New species of Tulasnella associated with terrestrial orchids in Australia. IMA Fungus 8, 27–47.
Maroske, S. & May, T.W. (2017). Naming names: the first women taxonomists in mycology. Studies in Mycology 89, 63–84.
Maroske, S., Robin, L. & McCarthy, G. (2017). Building the history of Australian science: five projects of Professor R.W. Home (1980–present). Historical Records of Australian Science 28, 1–11.
May, T.W. (2017). Report of the Nomenclature Committee for Fungi: 20. Taxon 66, 483–495.
May, T.W. (2017). Report of the Nomenclature Committee for Fungi: 21 – Lists from working groups. Taxon 66, 496–499.
Nuske, S.J., Vernes, K., May, T.W., Claridge, A.W., Congdon, B.C., Krockenberger, A. & Abell, S.E. (2017) Data on the fungal species consumed by mammal species in Australia. Data in Brief 12, 251–260.
Nuske, S.J., Vernes, K., May, T.W., Claridge, A.W., Congdon, B.C., Krockenberger, A. & Abell, S.E. (2017). Redundancy among mammalian fungal dispersers and the importance of declining specialists. Fungal Ecology 27, 1–13.
Orihara, T., Lebel, T., Ge, Z-W., Smith, M.E., Maekawa, N. 2017. Evolutionary history of the sequestrate genus Rossbeevera (Boletaceae) reveals a new genus Turmalinea and highlights the utility of ITS minisatellite-like insertions for molecular identification. Persoonia 37: 173–198.
Ribeiro,J.P., Hassan, M.A.A., Rouf, R., Tiralongo, E., May T.W., Day, C.J., Imberty, A., Tiralongo, J., & Varrot, A. (2017). Biophysical characterization and structural determination of the potent cytotoxic Psathyrella asperospora lectin. Proteins 85, 969–975.
Schneider H, Liu H-M, Chang Y-F, Ohlsen D et al. (2017) Neo- and paleopolyploidy contribute to the species diversity of Asplenium-the most species-rich genus of ferns. Journal of Systematics and Evolution, 55, 353–364.
Wiersema, J.H., May, T.W. and Turland, N.J. (2017). Report on corrections and future considerations for Appendices II–VIII of the International Code of Nomenclature for algae, fungi, and plants. Taxon 66, 772–775.
May. T.W. (2017). Biogeography of Australasian fungi: from mycogeography to the mycobiome. In M. Ebach (ed) Handbook of Australasian Biogeography. pp. 155–214. (CRC Press, Boca Raton.)
Wilson, A.W., May, T.W. & Mueller, G.M. (2017) Biogeography of the ectomycorrhizal mushroom genus Laccaria. In L. Tedersoo (ed), Biogeography of Mycorrhizal Symbiosis. Ecological Studies 230, pp. 273-297. (Springer International Publishing, Cham, Switzerland.)
May, T.W. & McMullan-Fisher, S.J.M. (2017). Holding on to Tea-tree fingers: a critically endangered fungus, Australasian Plant Conservation 25(3), 8–10.
Vaughan, A. (2017). The Eileen Ramsay collection at the National Herbarium of Victoria. Australian Systematic Botany Society Newsletter 171, 18–22.