Publications on assessing the risk of gene flow from Eucalyptus globulus, E. nitens and Corymbia plantations in Australia

2016 Larcombe MJ, Costa e Silva J, Tilyard P, Gore P and Potts BM. On the persistence of reproductive barriers in Eucalyptus: the loss of strong pre-zygotic barriers following F1 hybridisation is counteracted by intrinsic, post-zygotic incompatibilities.  Annals of Botany (submitted)

2016 Larcombe M, Barbour RC, Jones, RC, Vaillancourt RE and Potts BM. Postmating barriers to hybridisation between an island’s native eucalypts and an introduced congener. Tree Genetics & Genomes (in press 4/3/2016)

2015 Larcombe MJ, Leaman T, Vaillancourt RE and Potts BM (2015) Assessing the risk of gene flow from plantation to native eucalypts: A long-term partnership in biodiversity management. Australasian Plant Conservation 23, No. 3 December 2014 – February, pp. 19-21.

2015 Larcombe M, Holland B, Steane DA, Jones, RC, Nicolle D, Vaillancourt RE and Potts BM. Patterns of reproductive isolation in Eucalyptus – a phylogenetic perspective. Molecular Biology and Evolution 32, 1833-46.

2014 Larcombe M, Barbour RC, Vaillancourt RE and Potts BM. Assessing the risk of exotic gene flow from Eucalyptus globulus plantations to native E. ovata forests. Forest Ecology and Management 312, 193 – 202. read more

2014 Larcombe M, Vaillancourt RE, Jones RC and Potts BM. Assessing a Bayesian approach for detecting exotic hybrids between plantation and native eucalypts. International Journal of Forestry Research Article 2014, ID 650202, 13 pages read more

2013 Larcombe M, Silva JS, Vaillancourt RE and Potts BM (2013) Assessing the invasive potential of Eucalyptus globulus in Australia: quantification of wildling establishment from plantations. Biological Invasions 15: 2763–2781.

2012 Larcombe MJ,  Barbour RC, Vaillancourt RE and Potts BM (2012) Gene flow from Australia’s eucalypt plantations. Australian Forest Growers Conference, Gympie Queensland.  pp. 14

2010 Barbour RC, Wise SL, McKinnon GE, Vaillancourt RE, Williamson GJ and Potts BM.  The potential for gene flow from exotic eucalypt plantations into Australia’s rare native eucalypts.  Forest Ecology and Management 260, 2079-2087. read more

2009 Roberts N, Barbour R, Duncan F. Management of gene flow from plantation eucalypt species. Flora Technical Note No. 12, Forest Practices Authority, Hobart, Tasmania. read more

2009 Mimura M, Barbour RC, Potts BM, Vaillancourt RE and Watanabe KN. Comparison of contemporary mating patterns in continuous and fragmented Eucalyptus globulus native forests. Molecular Ecology 18, 4180–4192

2008 Barbour RC, Crawford AC, Henson M, Lee D, Potts BM and Shepherd M. The risk of pollen-mediated gene flow from exotic Corymbia plantations into native Corymbia populations in Australia. Forest Ecology and Management 256, 1-19.  read more

2008 Barbour RC, Otahal Y, Vaillancourt RE and Potts BM. Pollen-mediated gene flow from exotic Eucalyptus globulus plantations in Australia. Biological Conservation 141, 896-907.   read more

2007 Barbour RC, Potts BM, Vaillancourt RE. Gene flow between introduced and native Eucalyptus species: morphological analysis of tri-species and backcross hybrids involving E. nitens. Silvae Genetica 56, 127-133. read more

2006 Williams DR, Potts BM, Neilsen WA and Joyce KR. The effect of tree spacing on the production of flowers in Eucalyptus nitens Australian Forestry 69, 299-304.   read more

2006 Barbour RC, Potts BM and Vaillancourt RE. Gene flow between introduced and native Eucalyptus: early-age selection limits invasive capacity of exotic E. ovata x nitens F1 hybrids. Forest Ecology and Management 228, 206-214.  read more

2006 Barbour RC, Potts BM, Vaillancourt RE and Tibbits W. Gene flow between introduced and native Eucalyptus species: flowering asynchrony as a barrier to F1 hybridisation between exotic E. nitens and native Tasmanian Symphyomyrtus species.  Forest Ecology and Management 226, 9-21. read more

2005 Barbour RC, Potts BM and Vaillancourt RE.  Gene flow between introduced and native Eucalyptus species: crossability of native Tasmanian species with exotic E. nitensAustralian Journal of Botany 53, 465-477. read more   

2005 Barbour RC, Potts BM and Vaillancourt RE.  Pollen dispersal from exotic eucalypt plantations. Conservation Genetics 6, 253-257. read more

2003 Barbour RC, Potts BM and Vaillancourt RE.  Gene flow between introduced and native Eucalyptus: Exotic hybrids are establishing in the wild.  Australian Journal of Botany 51, 429-439. read more (research reported in Duncan, F. 2003. Hybrid eyes. Forest Practices News Vol 5 No 3, 6-8)

2003 Potts BM, Barbour RC, Hingston AB and Vaillancourt RE. Turner Review No. 6. Genetic pollution of native eucalypt gene pools – identifying the risks. Australian Journal of Botany 51, 1-25. read more  

2002 Barbour R, Potts BM, Vaillancourt RE, Tibbits WN and Wiltshire RE Gene flow between introduced and native Eucalyptus species.  New Forests 23 (3): 177-191. read more

 

Reports

 

2003 Hingston A, Potts B and Vaillancourt R. The risk of genetic pollution of native eucalypts from plantations and farm forestry in Victoria: a scoping study. A report to the Environmental Health Project Team, Private Forestry Council of Victoria.  Technical Report No. 114 Cooperative Research Centre for Sustainable Production Forestry, Hobart. pp. 79

2001 Potts BM, Barbour R and Hingston A. ‘The risk of genetic pollution from farm forestry using eucalypt species and hybrids.’ Rural Industries Research and Development, Joint Venture Agroforestry Program Report 01/114, pp.109 (RIRDC, Kingston ACT)

Report summary – http://www.rirdc.gov.au/reports/AFT/01-114sum.html

Full report – http://www.rirdc.gov.au/reports/AFT/01-114.pdf

 

 

References on pollinators of Eucalyptus globulus and E. nitens

 

2005 Hingston AB and Potts BM. Pollinator activity can explain variation in outcrossing rates within individual trees. Austral Ecology 30: 319-324. read more

2004 Hingston AB, Potts BM and McQuillan PB. The swift parrot Lathamus discolor (Psittacidae), social bees (Apidae), and native insects as pollinators of Eucalyptus globulus ssp. globulus (Myrtaceae). Australian Journal of Botany 52, 371-379. read more

2004 Hingston AB, Potts BM and McQuillan PB. Pollination services provided by various size classes of flower visitors to Eucalyptus globulus ssp. globulus (Myrtaceae). Australian Journal of Botany 52, 353-369.  read more

2004 Patterson B, Vaillancourt RE and Potts BM. Factors affecting outcrossing rates in Eucalyptus globulus. Australian Journal of Botany 52(6) 773–780. read more

1998 Hingston AB and Potts BM. Floral visitors of Eucalyptus globulus subsp. globulus in eastern Tasmania. Tasforests 10, 125-140. website

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