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The Australian Network for Plant Conservation (ANPC): promoting & developing plant conservation
The Australian Network for Plant Conservation (ANPC): promoting & developing plant conservation

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Do you have a plant conservation project to share? We still have room at the #APCC12 Poster Session for a few more posters! Download the submission form here http://anpc.asn.au/conferences/2018
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#APCC12 Abstracts now online! Amelia Hurren Trees For Life will talk about project to secure Nationally Vulnerable Silver Daisy (Olearia pannosa subsp. pannosa), challenging assumptions on local provenance for threatened plant translocations. Photo: SA Seed Conservation Centre
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#APCC12 Plenary Speaker Belinda Pellow will talk on role of ecological consultants in plant translocation. Info on when, where and how plant translocations have succeeded or failed a priority for biodiversity conservation esp to offset development impacts http://ow.ly/ZF2K30m0swk
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#APCC12 Plenary Speaker Belinda Pellow will talk on role of ecological consultants in plant translocation. Info on when, where and how plant translocations have succeeded or failed a priority for biodiversity conservation esp to offset development impacts http://ow.ly/ZF2K30m0swk
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Approximately 50 Caladenia audasii seedlings now growing @RBG_Victoria Orchid Conservation shadehouse thanks to our DELWP Victoria #biodiversityongroundaction grant. More will be sown this spring. Only 5 known plants left in the wild! Photo: Noushka Reiter http://ow.ly/B1p930lUr9T
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#APCC12 Hear from @TobiasHayashi @BiologyANU on pollination of critically endangered Canberra spider-orchid (Caladenia actensis) with a view to translocations, working with ACT Government @EnvironPlan - understanding pollinators crucial for translocation Photo: Tobias Hayashi
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#APCC12 Swainsona recta (Small Purple Pea) featured in our conference logo and 2019 Calendar is starting to flower in the Grassy Woodland garden @AustralianNationalBotanicGardens. Is threatened due to loss of habitat from agricultural and urban development http://ow.ly/dKyJ30lPyXN
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#APCC12 Early-bird registrations close midnight today! Hear from plenary speaker Dr Sarah Legge on the lessons learnt from mammal translocations to fenced havens in Australia, and reflecting on their future as a conservation tool TSR Hub http://ow.ly/8OX830lICpO
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Over 1300 of our native plants, like the Button Wrinklewort & Wee Jasper Grevillea, are nationally threatened. Help us promote & improve their conservation. Donate today & support the network of people working in plant conservation! #threatenedspeciesday http://ow.ly/pawL30lIB9v
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'Myrtle Rust in Australia: A draft Action Plan' – comment period closes tomorrow 31 August! Urgent action is needed in the face of the threat posed by this pathogen. Please ensure that you and your organisations have made comment by the deadline. http://ow.ly/JPb530lC0bH
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