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Journal of the Adelaide Botanic Gardens



The Journal of the Adelaide Botanic Gardens is an open-access, peer-reviewed journal published by the State Herbarium of South Australia on behalf of the Board of the Botanic Gardens and State Herbarium (Adelaide, South Australia). The journal publishes research papers on systematics, taxonomy and nomenclature of plants, algae and fungi, as well as articles on descriptive plant morphology, anatomy, genetics, ecology and botanical history. Focus of the journal is on taxa from the Australasian region, but manuscripts from other regions of the world may be considered.

Editor: Jürgen Kellermann.

Editorial Board: Robyn Barker, Graham Bell, Ed Biffin, Tony Kanellos, Jürgen Kellermann & Michelle Waycott.

The Journal of the Adelaide Botanic Gardens was founded in 1976. Papers are published electronically as soon as they are reviewed, edited and type-set. A hardcopy volume is printed at the end of the calendar year, collating all articles published during this time. Printed volumes are distributed to botanical libraries around the world and are also available for purchase. The journal is also available through JSTOR

Journal of the Adelaide Botanic Gardens Guidelines

The Journal of the Adelaide Botanic Gardens Supplement is an irregular series of publications. So far four supplements have been issued:
1. Census of South Australian vascular plants, Edition 5.00 (2005.) Up-to-date Census available online
2. Botanic Gardens of Adelaide: Catalogue of​ plants 2010
3. Feral opuntioid cacti in Australia, Part 1: Cylindrical-stemmed genera: Austrocylindropuntia, Cylindropuntia and Corynopuntia (2015)
4. Systematic Botany-a view from the Centre: Proceedings of the ASBS Conference, Alice Springs (2016)
Older Journal Supplements are also available through JSTOR.