The Australian Taxonomy
Pauline Ladiges AO FAA is Professor Emeritus, School of BioSciences, The University of Melbourne. Her research is in plant systematics and biogeography, and has focused on major genera of Australian angiosperm flora. She is most well known for her work on Australia’s iconic eucalypts, discovering their evolutionary history and contributing to their taxonomy and phylogenetic classification. She continues to do collaborative research at the University and jointly with the Royal Botanic Gardens, Victoria.
Pauline's work profile
Pauline works in the following sector(s): University
Pauline's primary institution is: University of Melbourne
Pauline's position is: Professor Emeritus
Pauline's work in taxonomy
Pauline has the following roles: Research
Pauline's skills are in Phylogenetics, Classification, Biogeography
Pauline works on the taxonomy of Plants, Flowering Plants, Myrtaceae, Rutacea, eucalypts, Acacia
Pauline is happy to be contacted for the following reasons:
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