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2009Early Eocene Ripogonum (Liliales: Ripogonaceae) leaf macrofossils from southern AustraliaConran, J.; Carpenter, R.; Jordan, G.
2009Earliest orchid macrofossils: Early Miocene Dendrobium and Earina (Orchidaceae: Epidendroideae) from New ZealandConran, J.; Bannister, J.; Lee, D.
2000Systematics of Ruscaceae/Convallariaceae: a combined morphological and molecular investigationRudall, P.; Conran, J.; Chase, M.
2007Morphology of Hydatellaceae, an anomalous aquatic family recently recognized as an early-divergent angiosperm lineageRudall, P.; Sokoloff, D.; Remizowa, M.; Conran, J.; Davis, J.; Macfarlane, T.; Stevenson, D.
2004Changes in vegetation patterns on the margins of a constructed wetland after 10 yearsGarde, L.; Nicol, J.; Conran, J.
2009Germination in Western Cape bridal creeper (Asparagus asparagoides (L.) Druce: Asparagaceae)Conran, J.; Coles, R.
2011Miocene Astelia (Asparagales: Asteliaceae) macrofossils from southern New ZealandMaciunas, E.; Conran, J.; Bannister, J.; Paull, R.; Lee, D.
2005Life-class stages in coast daisy-bush (Olearia axillaris : Asteraceae) as a possible means of monitoring coastal dunesHinchcliffe, J.; Conran, J.
2012New Zealand eocene, oligocene and miocene macrofossil and pollen records and modern plant distributions in the southern hemisphereLee, D.; Conran, J.; Lindqvist, J.; Bannister, J.; Mildenhall, D.
2003An Eocene monocotyledon from Nelly Creek, Central Australia, with affinities to Hemerocallidaceae (Lilianae : Asparagales)Conran, J.; Christophel, D.; Cunningham, L.