Collectors of lichens and lichenicolous fungi of Australia
Preliminary version 1 December 2009


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  1. Archer:

  2. Bastow, Richard Austin: -

  3. Beauglehole, Alan Clifford: -

  4. Bratt, G. C.: -

  5. Brown, Robert: - Between 1802 and 1805 Robert Brown collected a corticolous species in New South Wales (Grose River) and a muscicolous one in Tasmania (Risdon Cove) during his voyages with Matthew Flinders (Rambold 1989: 12).

  6. Cargill, D. Christine: - Bryologist.
    Address:   Dr. D. C. Cargill, Curator of Cryptogams, Centre for Plant Biodiversity Research, Australian National Herbarium, GPO Box 1600, Canberra. ACT. 2601, Australia.
    anbg-info@anbg.gov.au
    GPO Box 1777. Canberra. ACT. 2601, Australia
    E-mail: christine.cargill@ea.gov.au

  7. Cashin, Joe: -

  8. Cheel, Edwin:

  9. Dietrich, Amalie: - Professional collector. Material in the British Museum (BM) and the Herbarium Hamburgense (HBG).

  10. Elix, J. A. ("Jack") Foto: - Chemist, specialized on lichen substances.
    Address:   Prof. J. A. Elix, Department of Chemistry, The Faculties, Australian National University, Canberra ACT 0200, Australia
    Parcel address for scientific samples:
    Australian National Herbarium (CANB), c/- Gary Orr/Liza Apps, CSIRO, Division of Plant Industry, GPO Box 1600, Canberra, ACT 2601, Australia
    Phone: +61 (0)2 6125 2937
    Fax: +61 (0)2 6125 0760
    E-mail: John.Elix@anu.edu.au

  11. Feuerer, Tassilo: - Germany lichenologist. Material collected in 2004 in Hamburg, Germany (HBG).

  12. Filson, Rex:

  13. Hancock, R. J.: - Publications.

  14. Kärnefelt, Ingvar: - Collected mostly material of Caloplaca in 2004.

  15. Kantvilas, Gintaras Foto: - Material in Hobart.
    Address:   Dr. G. Kantvilas, Private Bag 4, Hobart, Tasmania 7001, Australia
    E-maiL: gkantvilas@tmag.tas.gov.au

  16. Knight, Charles: -

  17. Kondratyuk, Sergey: - Collected together with I. Kärnefelt.

  18. Labillardière, Jacques Julien de: -

  19. Leichardt, Friedrich Ludwig: -

  20. Lieuhoff, Simone: -

  21. McCarthy, Patrick: - Lichenologist.
    Address:   Dr. P. M. McCarthy, Australian Biological Resources Study, Flora Section, G. P. P. Box 636, Canberra, A. C. T. 2601, Australia
    E-mail:

  22. Mueller, Ferdinand:

    Novara Expedition:

  23. Rogers, Roderick W.: -

  24. Seppelt, R. D.: - Bryologist, Lichenologist. Publications.
    Address:   Prof. Rod Seppelt, Australian Antarctic Division, Channel Highway, Kingston, Tasmania 7050, Australia
    Tel: +61 (03) 62 323 438
    FAX: +61 (03) 62 323 449
    E-mail: rod.seppelt@aad.gov.au

  25. Stevens, Nell: - Lichenologist.
    Address:   Dr. N. Stevens, Botany Department, University of Queensland, St. Lucia, Brisbane, Queensland, Australia

  26. Stocker-Wörgötter, Elfie: - Collections from 2004 in private herbarium.

  27. Streimann, Heinar:

  28. Stuart, Charles:

  29. Wardlaw, Judith H.: -
    Address:   J. H. Wardlaw, Department of Chemistry, The Faculties, Australian National University, Canberra 0200, Australia

  30. Weymouth, William Anderson: - "William Anderson Weymouth was a second-generation Tasmanian living in Hobart (Kantvilas, 1983). In 1887 he began collecting bryophytes and lichens, sending them to numerous overseas experts including A. Jatta in Italy. Jatta (1911) published a catalogue of sixty-three lichens of which thirteen were new to science, including Ochrolechia weymouthii Jatta.

  31. Willis, James Hamlyn: -

  32. Wilson, F. R. M.:

  33. Woolls, William: