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PUBLICATION LIST - MARK WAPSTRA

Books and booklets

TASMANIAN PLANT NAMES UNRAVELLED

Wapstra, M., Wapstra, A. & Wapstra, H. (2010). Tasmanian Plant Names Unravelled. Fullers Publishing with the Wapstra Family, Hobart.

The long-awaited book Tasmanian plant names unravelled by Mark, Annie & Hans Wapstra was released in November 2010. It gives the origin and meaning of scientific and common names for all Tasmanian native and naturalised species. Each name tells a story: where the plant occurs, its habitat, what it looks like, who discovered it, its uses in food, medicine or witchcraft, and more. The book is lavishly illustrated with nearly 900 photographs. Purchase from Fullers Bookshop in Hobart and Launceston.

FLOWERING TIMES OF TASMANIAN ORCHIDS: A PRACTICAL GUIDE FOR FIELD BOTANISTS

Wapstra, M., Roberts, N., Wapstra, H. & Wapstra, A. (2012). Flowering Times of Tasmanian Orchids: A Practical Guide for Field Botanists. Self-published by the authors (Third Edition, May 2012 version).

This is the most recent update to the flowering time guide, correcting minor errors and updating species' taxonomy and nomenclature.

This guide to orchid flowering times provides tabulated information on the months in which each of the Tasmanian orchid species are most likely to be found in flower. This information may assist land managers in determining the best time to survey for orchids. It may also be a handy reference for orchid enthusiasts and botanists who wish to see what is likely to be flowering at any given time during the year. The flowering times in this document should be taken as a guide - there are always exceptions to the rules. The authors have drawn on as much published information and expert knowledge as possible.

Download PDF version This is the corrected version that includes Caladenia dienema!

Please note that the formatting of this PDF document may not be preserved by some printers, especially if you're using an older version of Adobe Acrobat. I recommend printing a test page from a section of the document that includes all three types of shading and hatching used in the table to ensure these can be distinguished. If you have trouble printing the table, please contact the authors (contact details in the document) for a Microsoft Word version.

THE LITTLE BOOK OF COMMON NAMES FOR TASMANIAN PLANTS

Wapstra, H., Wapstra, A., Wapstra, M. & Gilfedder, L. (2005). The Little Book of Common Names for Tasmanian Plants. Department of Primary Industries, Water and Environment, Tasmania, Tasmania. [out of print but updated files available from publications page of www.dpiw.tas.gov.au]

Refereed Publications

Please contact Mark Wapstra to obtain copies of any of the publications listed below. Some are accessible as pdf files already - just click on the link.

Wapstra, M. (2012). Comments on the conservation status of Senecio velleioides (forest groundsel) in Tasmania. The Tasmanian Naturalist 134: 27-31.

Wapstra, M., Wapstra, H. & Wapstra A. (2012). Evidence for a third species of Gastrodia (potato-orchid) in Tasmania. The Tasmanian Naturalist 134: 58-65.

Wapstra, M. (2012). Crassula natans var. minus (floating stonecrop) in Tasmania: native or exotic? The Tasmanian Naturalist 134: 85-91.

Wapstra, M., French, B., Tyquin, V. & Skabo, R. (2011). From presumed extinct to probably secure? The resurrection and ongoing management of Hibbertia rufa (brown guineaflower) in north-east Tasmania. Tasforests 19: 54-70.

Wapstra, M., Roberts, N., Larcombe, M. & Leaman, T. (2011). Distribution, habitat characteristics and conservation management of Prasophyllum stellatum (Ben Lomond leek-orchid), a forest-dependent endangered species. Tasforests 19: 28-41.

Wapstra, M. (2011). Collecting history, distribution, habitat and conservation status of Senecio campylocarpus (bulging fireweed) in Tasmania. The Tasmanian Naturalist 133: 68-73.

Wapstra, M. (2011). Sowerbaea juncea Andrews (Laxmannniaceae, purple rushlily: distribution, habitat characteristics and conservation management in Tasmania. Kanunnah 4: 59-71. [pdf - available soon]

Wapstra, M. (2010). Collection history of Senecio psilocarpus (swamp fireweed) in Tasmania. The Tasmanian Naturalist 132: 2-8. [pdf - swamp fireweed]

Wapstra, M. (2010). The status of Senecio georgianus (grey fireweed) in Tasmania. The Tasmanian Naturalist 132: 9-14. [pdf - grey fireweed]

Wapstra, M., Bryant, S. & Bell, P. (2010). Conservation overview of the azure kingfisher Ceyx azureus subsp. diemenensis in Tasmania. Tasmanian Bird Report 34: 8-23. [pdf - kingfisher]

Koch, A.J., Wapstra, M. & Munks, S.A. (2009). Re-examining the use of retained trees for nesting birds in logged dry eucalypt forest in north-eastern Tasmania: 11 years on. Tasmanian Bird Report 33: 4-9. [pdf - hollow reuse]

Munks, S.A., Koch, A.J. & Wapstra, M. (2009). From guiding principles for the conservation of forest biodiversity to on-ground practice: lessons from tree management in Tasmania. Forest Ecology and Management 258(4): 516-524. [pdf - guiding principles]

Wapstra, M. (2008). Clarification of the type collection of Corunastylis nudiscapa (Hook.f.) D.L.Jones & M.A.Clem. The Tasmanian Naturalist 130: 103-111. [pdf - orchid]

Wapstra, M., Thompson, I.R. & Buchanan, A.M. (2008). An illustrated and annotated key to the Tasmanian species of Senecio and allied taxa (Asteraceae). Kanunnah 3: 49-90. [pdf - key]

Chuter, A.E., Jordan, G.J., Dalton, P.J. & Wapstra, M. (2008). Spore germination and early gametophyte development of the soft tree fern Dicksonia antarctica. Tasforests 17: 1-8. [pdf - dicksonia]

Harris, J.M., Munks, S.A., Goldingay, R.L., Wapstra, M. & Hird, D. (2008). Distribution, habitat and conservation status of the eastern pygmy-possum Cercartetus nanus in Tasmania. Australian Mammalogy 29: 213-232. [pdf - possum]

Wapstra, M. (2007). A fern out of place. The Tasmanian Naturalist 129: 33. [pdf - fern]

Munks, S., Wapstra, M., Corkrey, R., Otley, H., Miller, G. & Walker, B. (2007). The occurrence of potential tree hollows in the dry eucalypt forests of south-eastern Tasmania, Australia. Australian Zoologist 34(1): 22-36. [pdf - hollows]

Wapstra, M., Munks, S. & Brown, B. (2007). A design for a lightweight, collapsible and inexpensive sampling frame for ecological research and monitoring. Ecological Management & Restoration 8(1): 71-72. [pdf - quadrat]

Wapstra, M. & Doran, N. (2007). Possible evidence of the southern brown bandicoot Isoodon obesulus, from Deal Island, Kent Group, Bass Strait, Tasmania. The Victorian Naturalist 124(3): 179-180. [pdf - bandicoot]

Gray, A.M. & Wapstra, M. (2007). A new subspecies of Pomaderris pilifera (Rhamnaceae: Pomaderreae) from eastern Tasmania. Muelleria 25: 129-133. [pdf - dogwood]

Wapstra, M., Richards, K., Munks, S.A. & Doran, N.E. (2006). Previously undescribed habitat of the Scottsdale burrowing crayfish Engaeus spinicaudatus (Decapoda: Parastacidae). The Tasmanian Naturalist 128: 26-36. [pdf - crayfish]

Wapstra, M., Duncan, F., Buchanan, A. & Schahinger, R. (2006). Finding a botanical Lazarus: tales of Tasmanian plant species ‘risen from the dead'. The Tasmanian Naturalist 128: 61-85. [pdf - extinct]

Wapstra, M., French, B., Davies, N., O'Reilly-Wapstra, J. & Peters, D. (2005). A bright light of the dark forest floor: observations of the fairy lanterns Thismia rodwayi F. Muell. (Burmanniaceae) in Tasmanian forests. The Tasmanian Naturalist 127: 2-18. [pdf - lanterns]

Davies, P.E., McIntosh, P.D., Wapstra, M., Bunce, S.E.H., Cook, L.S.J., French, B. & Munks, S.A. (2005). Changes to headwater stream morphology, habitats and riparian vegetation recorded 15 years after pre-Forest Practices Code forest clearfelling in upland granite terrain, Tasmania, Australia. Forest Ecology and Management 217: 331-350. [pdf - streams]

Wapstra, M., Adamczewski, K., Hovenden, M., Duncan, F. & French, B. (2005). Effects of forest management practices on a localised Tasmanian endemic plant, the trailing riceflower Pimelea filiformis Hook.f. (Thymelaeaceae). Australian Forestry 68(3): 211-220. [pdf - pimelea]

Munks, S., Richards, K., Meggs, J., Wapstra, M. & Corkrey, R. (2004). Distribution, habitat and conservation of two threatened stag beetles, Hoplogonus bornemisszai and H. vanderschoori (Coleoptera: Lucanidae) in north-east Tasmania. Australian Zoologist 32(4): 586-596. [pdf - beetles]

Wapstra, M. & Doran, N. (2004). Observations on a nesting hollow of yellow-tailed black cockatoo, and the felled tree that hosted it, in north-eastern Tasmania. The Tasmanian Naturalist 126: 59-63. [pdf - cockatoo]

Wapstra, M., Duncan, F., Williams, K. & Walsh, D. (2003). The effect of silvicultural system on floristic composition in wet sclerophyll forest in southeastern Tasmania. Australian Forestry 66(4): 247-257. [pdf - forestier]

Roberts, N., Wapstra, M., Duncan, F., Woolley, A., Morley, J. & Fitzgerald, N. (2003). Shedding some light on Thismia rodwayi f. Muell. (fairy lanterns) in Tasmania: distribution, habitat and conservation status. Papers and Proceedings of the Royal Society of Tasmania 137: 55-66. [pdf - thismia]

Wapstra, M., French, B. & Ashlin, T. (2002). Distribution, habitat characteristics and conservation status of the forest wire-grass Ehrharta juncea (R. Br.) Sprengel (Poaceae) in Tasmania. Tasforests 14: 77-92. [pdf - wiregrass]

Wapstra, M., Thompson, V. & Hudler, P. (2000). Observations of echidnas using tree hollows. The Tasmanian Naturalist 122: 29-31.

Wapstra, M. & Taylor, R. J. (1998). Use of retained trees for nesting by birds in logged eucalypt forest in north-east Tasmania. Australian Forestry 61(1): 48-52.

Duncan, F., Wapstra, M. & Walsh, D. (1995). Variation in leaf shape of Hakea epiglottis. The Tasmanian Naturalist 117: 44-48.

Wapstra, M. & Wapstra, E. (1986). Breeding record of the delicate skink Leiolopisma delicata in southern Tasmania. The Tasmanian Naturalist 87: 5-6.

Consultancy Reports

ECOtas has produced numerous consultancy reports for a variety of clients. Most of these are not shown because client permission to list the report and make it available for public viewing has not been sought. ECOtas values the privacy of its clients. However, example documents can be made available to prospective clients on request.

ECOtas (Brian French & Mark Wapstra) (2010). Extension Surveys and Population Census: Eucalyptus gunnii subsp. divaricata (Miena Cider Gum). A report to the Threatened Species Section (Department of Primary Industries, Parks, Water and Environment) by Environmental Consulting Options Tasmania (ECOtas) 9 June 2010.

Wapstra, M., Schahinger, R. & Larcombe, M. (2009). Threatened Flora Extension Surveys, King Island 23–26 March 2009. Report to the Cradle Coast Natural Resource Management Committee, Threatened Species Section, Department of Primary Industries and Water, Hobart.

ECOtas (Mark Wapstra) (2009). Extension Surveys for Hibbertia rufa (brown guineaflower) in north-eastern Tasmania. A Report to the Northern Tasmanian Natural Resource Management Association Inc. by Environmental Consulting Options Tasmania (ECOtas) 1 June 2009.

 

ECOtas (Mark Wapstra) (2009). Extension Surveys for Threatened Flora: Caladenia dienema and Prasophyllum favonium in the Arthur-Pieman Conservation Area; Chiloglottis trapeziformis in the Wynyard Area; Thelymitra jonesii and Thelymitra malvina in the Rocky Cape National Park Areas; Prasophyllum robustum in the Latrobe Area; Miscellaneous Findings of Other Threatened Species and Species of Biogeographic Interest. A Report to the Threatened Species Section (Department of Primary Industries & Water) by Environmental Consulting Options Tasmania (ECOtas) 11 February 2009.

ECOtas (Mark Wapstra & Brian French) (2007). Extension Surveys for Threatened Flora: Epacris exserta and Barbarea australis in the North Esk River, Weavers Creek and St Patricks River Systems; Doodia caudata in the Pipers River System; Blechnum cartilagineum in the Eastern Dial Range, Lone Star and Tin Hut Creek Areas; Cyathea cunninghamii in the Springfield-Retreat Area; Austrocynoglossum latifolium in the Parramatta Creek Area; Miscellaneous Findings of Other Threatened Species. A Report to the Threatened Species Section (Department of Primary Industries & Water) by Environmental Consulting Options Tasmania (ECOtas) 21 December 2007.

Richards, K., Munks, S.A., Spencer, C. & Wapstra, M. (2006). Monitoring the Effectiveness of Conservation Measures for the Broad-toothed Stag Beetle, Lissotes latidens, in South-east Tasmania. Forest Practices Authority Scientific Report No. 3. Forest Practices Authority, Hobart.

 

Roberts, N., Duncan, F., Wapstra, M. & Woolley, A. (2003). Distribution, Habitat Characteristics and Conservation Status of Thismia rodwayi F. Muell. in Tasmania. A Report to Forestry Tasmania Conservation Planning Branch and the Forest Practices Board. [pdf - Thismia report]

Duncan, F., Wapstra, M. & French, B. (2002). Vegetation of Three Proposed Dam Sites in Northeastern Tasmania: Waterhouse Irrigation Project. A Report to the Waterhouse Irrigation Committee Inc, March 2002.

Munks, S., Wapstra, M., Richards, K., Wood, S. & French, B. (2001). Risdon Prison Redevelopment Site Master Planning Project Vegetation and Fauna Survey Report. A Report to the Justice Department, November 2001.

Duncan, F., Wapstra, M. & French, B. (2001). Vegetation of Four Proposed Dam Sites in Northeastern Tasmania: Waterhouse Irrigation Project. A Report to the Waterhouse Irrigation Committee Inc, November 2001.

Wapstra, M. (2001). Consultant's Report: Vegetation Survey - Ulverstone Quarries. Report by Mark Wapstra (Forest Practices Board) to Threatened Species Unit (DPIWE), 26 September 2001.

Duhig, N., Munks, S., Wapstra, M. & Taylor, R. (2000). Mortality Rates of Retained Habitat Trees in State Forest Coupes: A Long-term Monitoring Project. A Report to Forestry Tasmania and the Forest Practices Board.

Presentations

(* indicates attendance; # indicates presentation)

 

Wapstra, M. *# (2011). From Spider to Ducks, Lizards to Potatoes…Using Orchids to Unravel Tasmania Plant Name. Spoken presentation to the Australian Plant Society (Hobart). 13 April 2011, Hobart, Tasmania, Australia.

Wapstra, M. *# (2011). Conservation Management of Tasmanian Native Orchids in the Wood Production Landscape. Spoken presentation (including field component) for Tasmanian forest industry, 31 January 2011, Hobart, Tasmania.

Wapstra, M. *# (2010). Conservation Management of Tasmanian Native Orchids in the Wood Production Landscape. Spoken presentation (including field component) for Tasmanian forest industry, 28 October 2010, Devonport/Latrobe, Tasmania.

Wapstra, M. *#, Wapstra, A. & Wapstra, H. (2010). Tasmanian Plant Names Unravelled…Some Stories Behind the Names. Spoken presentation to Tasmanian Field Naturalists Club. 7 October 2010, Hobart, Tasmania, Australia.

Wapstra, M. *#, Wapstra, A. & Wapstra, H. (2010). Tasmanian Plant Names Unravelled…Some Stories Behind the Names. Spoken presentation to the Degustation at the Grange, Australia’s Open Garden Scheme, 26 September 2010, Campbell Town, Tasmania.

 

Wapstra, M. *# (2009). Sex Lives of Tasmanian Orchids: Their Private Lives Revealed. Spoken presentation to the University of the Third Age (U3A), 3 November 2009, Kingston, Tasmania.

Wapstra, M. *# (2009). Identification of Threatened Species of Caladenia and Prasophyllum in Tasmania. Spoken presentation to Threatened Plants Tasmania (WildCare). 29 August 2009, Hobart, Tasmania, Australia.

Munks, S., Wapstra, M. & Koch, A. (2008). Managing the tree hollow resource in the matrix: from guiding principles to on-ground practices. Spoken paper presented at Old Forests New Management: Sir Mark Oliphant Conferences - International Frontiers of Science and Technology. 17-21 February 2008, Hobart, Tasmania, Australia.

Wapstra, M. Duncan, F. & Roberts, N. (2008). Managing threatened flora in wood production forests in Tasmania: a pragmatic approach. Poster presented at Old Forests New Management: Sir Mark Oliphant Conferences - International Frontiers of Science and Technology. 17-21 February 2008, Hobart, Tasmania, Australia. [pdf - poster OFNM]

Wapstra, M. *# & Munks, S. (2007). Monitoring the implementation of provisions for hollow retention: three case studies and some general statements. Spoken paper presented at Symposium on the Hollow Resource and its Management. 8-9 October 2007, CRC for Forestry, Hobart.

Wapstra, M. *# & Taylor, R. (2007). Use of tree hollows by birds in the forests of northeastern Tasmania. Spoken paper presented at Symposium on the Hollow Resource and its Management. 8-9 October 2007, CRC for Forestry, Hobart.

Munks, S., Wapstra, M. *, Corkrey, R., Miller, G., Otley, H. & Walker, B. (2007). Occurrence of tree hollows in the SE dry forests of Tasmania . Spoken paper presented at Symposium on the Hollow Resource and its Management. 8-9 October 2007, CRC for Forestry, Hobart.

Wapstra, M., Duncan, F. & Roberts, N. (2007). Threatened flora in Tasmanian wood production forests: a pragmatic approach to management. Poster presented at the Biodiversity: Balancing Conservation & Production: Case Studies from the Real World Conference, 26-28 June 2007, Launceston, Tasmania.

Bunce, S.E.H., McIntosh, P.D., Davies, P.E., Wapstra, M. * & Cook, L.S.J. (2006). Changes in riparian vegetation, channels an sediments in small headwater streams 15 years after logging in north-east Tasmania. Spoken paper presented at Headwater Stream Symposium. 22-23 August 2006. CRC for Forestry, Hobart.

Munks, S.A., Meggs, J.M., Richards, K. & Wapstra, M. (2005). Conservation of threatened invertebrates in Tasmania's production forests. Spoken paper presented at Combined Invertebrates Conference Abstract, Australian National University Canberra, Dec 2005.

Munks, S.A., Wapstra, M., Corkrey,R. & Walker, B. (2005). Conservation of hollow-bearing trees in Tasmania's production forests. Spoken paper presented at Australian Wildlife Management Society Abstract. 118th Scientific Meeting and AGM, Hobart, Tasmania.

Wapstra, M.*# & Duncan, F. (2005). Threatened flora in Tasmanian wood production forests: a pragmatic approach to management. Poster presented at the Advances in Plant Conservation Biology - Implications for Flora Management and Restoration Symposium, 25-27 October 2005, Perth, Western Australia.

Wapstra, M.*#, Roberts, N., Duncan, F. & Woolley, A. (2005). Illuminating the dark of the forest floor: managing ‘fairy lanterns' in wood production forests in Tasmania. Poster presented at the Advances in Plant Conservation Biology - Implications for Flora Management and Restoration Symposium, 25-27 October 2005, Perth, Western Australia. [

Munks, S.A., Wapstra, M., Corkrey, R. & Walker, B. (2005). Conservation of the hollow resource in the dry eucalypt forests of south-eastern Tasmania: to what extent do current measures capture hollow bearing trees? IN: Innes, J.L., Edwards, I.K. & Wilford, D.J. (eds). International Forestry Review 7(5), August 2005. Forest in the Balance: Linking Tradition and Technology XXII IUFRO World Congress, 8-13 August 2005, Brisbane, Australia, Commonwealth Forestry Association.

Munks, S., Koch, N., Utesch, M., Davies, P.E., McIntosh, P.M. & Wapstra, M. (2004). Platypuses and their habitat in small headwater streams disturbed by forest clear felling: the importance of Forest Practices Code Stream provisions. Poster presented at the 4th Australian Stream Management Conference 19-22 Oct 2004, Launceston, Tasmania.

Wapstra, M.*# (1994). Hind limb adaptations in the long-tailed mouse, Pseudomys higginsi. Poster presented at the 1994 Australian Mammal Society Annual General Meeting, Hobart, Tasmania.

Unpublished Thesis

Wapstra, M. (1994). Hind limb adaptations in the long-tailed mouse, Pseudomys higginsi. Unpublished Honours thesis. Department of Zoology, University of Tasmania.

Non-refereed articles

Most of the articles listed below are available from the organisation publishing the newsletter. For example, all articles in Forest Practices News are available from the Forest Practices Authority at www.fpa.tas.gov.au and the weed article is available from the Tasmanian Weed Society as www.tasweeds.org.

Wapstra, M. (2010). Weed profile: Pincushion Flower, Pterocephalus perennis DC. (Dipsacaceae). Tasweeds 46: 13.

Wapstra, M. (2009). Extension surveys for Hibbertia rufa (brown guineaflower) in north-eastern Tasmania. NRM North Yearbook 2009: 34-35.

Wapstra, M., Skabo, R. & French, B. (2009). Hibbertia rufa (brown guineaflower) re-discovered after 116 years in the wilderness! Forest Practices News 9(4): 1-3.

Wapstra, M. (2009). Weed profile: Red Inkweed, Phytolacca octandra L. Tasweeds 43: 14-15.

Wapstra, M. (2008). Prickly poppy rediscovered on King Island. Tasweeds 40: 7. [pdf - poppy]

Wapstra, M. (2008). A new weed record for Tasmania: Chenopodium capitatum (L.) Ambrosi (strawberry blite). Tasweeds 38: 6. [pdf - chenopodium]

Wapstra, M. (2008). Memories of orchid-hunting in the Tasmanian bush. Forest Practices News 8(4): 18-19.

Wapstra, M. (2008). Ants and hollows. Forest Practices News 8(4): 13.

Wapstra, M. & Thompson, V. (2006). A record of an Australian owlet-nightjar Aegotheles cristatus using a forestry boom gate as a roost site. Forest Practices News 7(4): 12-13.

Davies, S., Ware, T. & Wapstra, M. (2006). SO034D - one coupe, one plan, many challenges. Forest Practices News 7(3): 1-5.

Hay, B., Austin, P., Duhig, N. & Wapstra, M. (2006). Skullbone Plains - a rich and varied tale. Forest Practices News 7(1): 14-16.

Wapstra, M. (2005). Senecio velleioides, a threatened plant colonising a clearfelled coupe. Forest Practices News 6(4): 12.

Wapstra, M. (2005). Acacia derwentiana (derwent wattle) - a new wattle species for Tasmania. Forest Practices News 6(4): 10.

Duhig, N. & Wapstra, M. (2005). Not just another rock plate... Forest Practices News 6(3): 13.

Wapstra, M. (2005). Tasmanian native wattles - the meanings behind their names. Forest Practices News 6(2): 10-13.

Wapstra, M. (2004). A new species of orchid from the grasslands of the northwest. Forest Practices News 6(1): 8-9.

Wapstra, M., Woolley, A., Duncan, F. & Roberts, F. (2004). A bright light on our forest floor - Thismia rodwayi (fairy lanterns). Forest Practices News 5(4): 10-12.

Wapstra, M. (2003). Mentha australis (river mint) re-discovered! Forest Practices News 5(3): 5.

Wapstra, M., French, B. & Ashlin, T. (2003). Forest wire-grass - a distinctive "threatened" forest plant. Forest Practices News 5(3): 4.

Wapstra, M. (2003). Forest practices system. Forest Practices News 5(2): 8-9.

Wapstra, M. & Adamczewski, A. (2002). Forestry and the trailing rice-flower - a good news story. Forest Practices News 4(4): 15-16.

Wapstra, M. (2001). What's in a name? Forest Practices News 3(4): 9-11.

Wapstra, M. & Duncan, F. (2000). Tasmanian orchids - not just a pretty face. Forest Practices News 3(2): 11-13.

Wapstra, M. (2000). Hollow thoughts. Forest Practices News 3(1): 11-13.

Wapstra, M., Munks, S. & Mooney, N. (2000). Guidelines for the searching/checking of wedge-tailed eagle nests: who, when and how. Forest Practices News 3(1): 3-4.

Wapstra, M. (2000). Hollow thoughts. Forest Practices News 2(4): 10-11.

Duhig, N., Munks, S. & Wapstra, M. (2000). Designing better wildlife habitat clumps. Forest Practices News 2(3): 11-13.