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Christopher Humphries.
Department of Botany,The Natural History
Museum, Cromwell Road, London SW7 5BDPhone 020 7942 =
Email: cjh@nhm.ac.uk

Personal
Marital status: Married to Marilyn Shephard (1971); we have two children: Benjamin (b.1973), and Marie (b.1976

Nationality: British

Age: 61years (b. 29/4/47: Place of Birth: Derby,England

Web site address and links: http://www.nhm.ac.uk/science/projects/worldmap: http://www.chrishumphries.com

Summary of awards and qualifications: Ph.D. BSc, CBIOL, FIBIOL, FLS

Education and Achievements;1969 1972 University of Reading.Ph. D.: A Systematic study of Argyranthemum (Compositae: Anthemideae) PhD, awarded March 1972; 1966 – 1969 University of Kingston-upon-Hull BSc Honours in Botany; Bicentenary Silver Medal 1980 (Scientist of the year under 40 years). Awarded by the Linnean Society of London; OPTIMA Silver Medal for 1979. (Best paper on European taxonomy, 1979-1980); Fellow Honoris Causa of the Willi Hennig Society. Elected in 1998; Gold Medal for Botany, awarded by the Linnean Society of London, 2001; Honorary Research Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science; Assistant Curator, European Herbarium, British Museum (Natural History, London.1974-80; Head Curator of European Herbarium, British Museum (Natural History), London.1979-80 Research Fellow, University of Melbourne, Australia.1980-90; Principal Scientific Officer, Head of General Herbarium, British Museum (Natural History), London.1986 (Feb-May); Senior Research Fellow, University of Melbourne, Australia.1990-; Promoted to UG6 (now rescaled as Grade 2), The Natural History Museum.1994 -1996; 1997 Division Head Flowering Plants Research.1997- 2007; Merit Researcher, The Natural History Museum Secretary of Scientific Officers’ Association, British Museum (Natural History).1986-1989; Treasurer, The Systematics Association.1988-1990; President, Willi Hennig Society.1989-1991 Chairman, Flora Committee, The Fauna & Flora Preservation Society.1990-1999; Botanical Secretary, The Linnean Society.February-July 1994-Fellow, Wissenschaftskolleg zu Berlin.1995- Visiting Professor, Department of Plant Sciences, University of Reading.1999; President of the Systematics Association (2000-2003); Council position is currently held on the Willi Hennig Society

Editorial Experience; Associate Editor of Botanical Journal of the Linnean Society.1981-1983; Botanical Consultant, The Living Countryside, Eaglemoss Publications.1983-1988; 1995-1988 Founder and Editor, Cladistics – Journal of the Willi Hennig Society; 1988- Editorial board; 1996-1998; andManaging Editor 1985-88; Botanical Consultant, Shire Natural History Series.1990- 1996; Editorial board, Australian Systematic Botany.1990;- Editorial board, Journal of Biogeography.1994- 1999; Editorial Board, Oryx1995; – Editorial Board, Journal of Comparative Biology1998- Editorial Board of Diversity and Distributions

Teaching and Lecturing Experience of Msc PhD Students; Charles E. Jarvis, A palynological study of the Cotuleae (Anthemideae F. Compositae;). School of Plant Sciences, University of Reading; Msc thesis awarded September 1976.1977-1981; John Robert Press. Numerical-taxonomic studies on Labiatae tribe Pogostemoneae (Benth. ex Endl.) Briq. Imperial College of London, M.Phil. thesis awarded June 1981.1983-1984; Sabina Knees, Systematics of Dahlia. University of Reading.1984-1985; Janet Pauline Bigg.  A taxonomic revision of Central American Verticillate, epiphytic Peperomia species,University of Reading.1985-1989.; Maria de Lourdes Rico Arce;Systematic study of the generic patterns in the tribe Ingeae (Leguminosae: Mimosoideae), with emphasis on Zygia-Caulanthon, Department Biological Sciences, University of Southampton, PhD awarded September 1989.1986-1990; Palynology and systematics of Acanthaceae,School of Plant Sciences, University of Reading, PhD awarded July 1990.1990-1995; John Nettleton Benfield;The systematics and biogeography of Araucariaceae. School of Plant Sciences, University Reading.   Submitted June 1995, recommended for PhD August 1995; 1991-1992. Sasha Barrow, Palms and Worldmap, Department of Plant Sciences, University of Reading Msc. Thesis awarded September 1992.1993- 1996;Sasha Barrow; The systematics of Phoenix (Palmae). School of Plant Sciences, University of Reading.   PhD completed in September 1996.1993-1996; Estrela Figuieredo; The systematics and biogeography of Lasiodiscus (Rhamnaceae) and Brachystephanus (Acanthaceae), School of Sciences, University of Reading; Submitted September 1995, soft>PhD awarded November 1995; 1994-1997 Nicola Thomas. Sytematic review of selected Afro-Asiatic Rhinolophidae (Mammalia: Chiroptera): an evaluation of taxonomic methodologies; PhD, University of Aberdeen, Submitted August 1997, awarded PhD in October 1997; 1995-1999 Nicoletta Cellinese.  Systematics of Melastomaceae. University of Reading. Awarded PhD, September 1999.1997; Mary-Louise Maxwell.   A cladistic analysis of charophytes, Imerial College of Science Technology and Medicine, The Natural History Museum.1998; Sarah Ashworth, Peanut Diversity and WORLDMAP, Imperial College of Science Technology Medicine and The Natural History Museum.1997-2001; Vilma Bharatan, Systematics and homeopathy; University of Reading..2002-2006; Juan Tun, Mexican legumes University of Reading, graduated with PhD 2007.

Taught Melbourne University, 1979-1980, A series of eight lectures on Plant Systematics given to two successive third year; Melbourne University 1986; A course of five lectures on Systematics and Biogeography given to honours year undergraduates; Brigham Young University, Utah, November, 1986; A series of 4 open lectures on Historical Biogeography.University of Oxford, Department of Zoology, June, 1988; A lecture on Historical Biogeography.University Reading. 1988-2000; An annual course of three lectures quantitative systematics, University of Copenhagen, Department Botany, September 1988; A course of 4 open lectures on Historical Biogeography.University of Cape Town, South Africa, February 1992; March 1993, Two week course on biodiversity and systematics.Natural History Museum, London.  1990 -1998; Week long course in Cladistics for the Systematics Association and, and the NHM; Museo Civico di Storia Naturale di Verona, association with the Natural History Museum, London. October 1995, March 1996; Three-day course in Cladistics, Natural History Museum, Imperial College.  1997- continuing; Three-week module on cladistics, as part of the co-evolution for the MSc course Biodiversity and Taxonomy.

Invited lectures culminating in publications

Reading University, Systematic review of the Anthemideae.1977; Las Palmas, Jardin Botanico, Viera y Clavijo – Endemism in Macaronesia.1979; Southampton University – Hennig’s methods and Phytochemistry.1980; University of Kansas, Lawrence, Kansas – Biogeographic methods and Nothofagus. The same lecture was given at Perth (Western Australian Museum 1979, The Royal Botanic Garden, Sydney, 1979, The University of Melbourne, 1979, and the British Museum Centenary meeting, 1981.1982; Missouri Botanical Garden, Annual Symposium – Vicariance Biogeography in Mesoamerica.1982.; The Swedish Royal Academy, Stockholm; Banks’ Florilegium.1982; The University of Michigan, Primary data and Hybridisation.1982; The University of Reading, Cladistic Methodology.1983; The University of Maryland – Afte dinner address at the third meeting of the Willi Hennig Society entitled Systematics and antiscience.1984.; Organiser, 4th Meeting of the Willi Hennig Society, London – Contemporary Issues in Systematics.1985; ICSEB III, The University of Brighton Nothofagus and its parasites.1988; The University of Reading, Systematics of the Moraceae.1988; Nobel Foundation, Sweden, Angiosperm Phylogeny in the symposium: Hierarchy of Life.1988; Botanic Garden, New York – 2 lectures as guest lecturer onEmpiricism in Biogeography.1988; Royal Entomological Society London – Wallacea, the opening address to a conference on biogeography
of South-east Asia.1989.;Brigham Young University, Provo, Utah – 3 lectures on Banks’ Florilegium and Cladistic Biogeography.1990; II Journadas de Taxonomia a Vegetal, Madrid, Spain. – Introduction to cladistics.1990; Organiser, 9th Hennig Meeting, Canberra, Australia – Southern hemisphere biogeography.1991.; Botanical cladistics, Department of Botany, University of Bologna;Italy.1991. Pacific Basin biogeography; Department Botany, University of Florence.1992; IUCN IV World Congress on National Parks and Prtotected Areas, Caracas.1992: Organiser, Systematics and Conservation Evaluation, International Symposium at the Natural History Museum, London. Joint presenter of paper entitled Biodiversity, Taxonomc Relatedness and Endemism in Conservation.1993; Royal Botanic Gardens Kew, Friends of Kew Meeting – Sir Joseph Banks and the Australian Connection, Banks’ Florilegium.1993; Monocotyledons Meeting, Kew – treasurer, organiser, editor.1993; The Role of Models in Phylogenetic Construction – Biodiversity indices and models, The Natural History Museum, London.1993; Extinction. Opening address – The loss of Banks’ legacy, Royal Society – October.1993 Biodiversidad y su conservacion, Universidad Internacional Mendez Pelayo, Valencia, Spain.1995; Priority areas analysis, Department of Zoology, University of Uppsala.1996; Biodiversity Measurement and Conservation, Smithsonian Institution, Washington DC, USA1996; Biodiversity Measurement and Conservation; Melbourne Herbarium at their 150 year anniversary.1996; Biodiversity in Recent Floras, The Science Centre, Toronto1997; Priority areas analysis, Museo Nacional de Ciencias Naturales (CSIC) Madrid1997; Biodiversity Measurement and Conservation, Queens University, Hamilton, Toronto, Canada1998; ColinPatterson – a tribute, Linnean Society of London, 2000; After dinner address; Areas of Endemism – at theXVII meeting of the Willi Hennig Society 2001; Measuring Diversity; CRC Meeting, Cairns; Many other seminars have been given over the years which were based on published work, notably at Kew Gardens, Bedford College, American Museum of Natural History, Monash; University, La Trobe University, The Linnean Society, Canberra, Botanical Gardens, Herbarium Australiense in Canberra, Fullerton University, California,
Loyola University, Chicago, the Natural History Museum, London, University of Oxford, University ofLeicester, University of Melbourne, etc.

Reviewed publications
J. Alfredo Reyes-Betancort, Arnoldo Santos Guerra, I. Rosana Guma, Christopher J. Humphries & Mark A. Carine. (In Press). Diversity, rarity and the evolution and conservation of the Canary Island endemic flora. Anales de Botanico

Humphries, C. J. (2006). Chapter 8 Measuring diversity. In Taxonomy and Conservation (eds. E. Leadley and S.L. Jury). Pp 141-161. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge

Ebach, M.C., Humphries, C. J., Newman, R. A., Williams, D. M. and Walsh, S. A. (2005). Assumption 2: opaque to intuition? Journal of Biogeography, 32, 781-787.

Humphries, C. J. (2004). From dispersal to geographic congruence: comments on cladistic biogeography in the twentieth century. Chapter 10 In, Williams, D. M. and Forey, P. L. Milestones in Systematics, special volume series 67. Pp. 225-260. CRC Press Boca Raton, USA. .

Humphries, C. J. and Ebach, M. C. (2004). Biogeography on a dynamic earth. In, Lomolino, M. V. and Heaney, L. R. . Pp. 67-86. Frontiers of biogeography: new directions in the geography of nature. Sinauer Associates, Sunderland, USA.

Briggs, J. C. and Humphries, C. J. (2004) Early Classics. In, Lomolino, M.V., Sax, D.F. and Brown, J.H., Pp. 5-266. Foundations in Biogeography: classic papers with commentaries. Chicago University Press, Chicago.

Humphries, C. J. (2004). From dispersal to geographic congruence: comments on cladistic biogeography in the twentieth century. Pp. 225-260. Chapter 10 In, Williams, D. M. and Forey, P. L., Milestones in Systematics, special volume series 67. CRC Press Boca Raton, USA..

Araújo, M. B., Densham, P. J., and Humphries, C. J. (2003). Predicting species diversity with ED: the quest for evidence – Ecography 26(3): 380-383.

Ebach, M. C. and Humphries, C. J. (2003). Comments in response to Professor Dobson’s letter. Journal of Biogeography, 30: 473.

Ebach, M. C. and Humphries, C. J. (2003). Ontology of biogeography. Journal of biogeography, 30(6): 959-962.

Ebach, M. C., Humphries, C. J. and Williams, D. M. (2003). Phylogenetic biogeography deconstructed. Journal of Biogeography 30: 1285-1296.

Vare, H. Lampinen, R., Humphries, C. J. and Williams, P. (2003). Taxonomic diversity of vascular plants in the European alpine areas. Ecological Studies 167: 133-148.

Bharatan, V. and Humphries, C. J. (2002). Plant names in homeopathy: an annotated checklist of currently accepted names in common use. Homeopathy, 91: 156-161.

Ebach, M. C. and Humphries, C. J. (2002). Cladistic biogeography and the art of discovery. Journal of Biogeography, 29: 427-444.

Araújo, M. B., Densham, P. J., Lampinen, R., Hagemeijer, W. J. M., Mitchell-Jones, A. J., Gasc, J. P. and Humphries, C. J. (2001). Would environmental diversity be a good surrogate for species diversity? – Ecography 24: 103–110.

Farris, J. S., Källersjö, M., Albert, V. A., Allard, M., Anderberg, A., Bowditch, B., Bult, C., Carpenter, J. M., Crowe, T. M., De Laet, J., Fitzhugh, K., Frost, D., Goloboff, P., Humphries, C. J., Jondelius, U., Judd, D, Karis, P. O., Lipscomb, D., Luckow, M., Mindell, D., Muona, J., Nixon, K., Presch, W., Seberg, O., Siddall, M. E., Struwe, L., Tehler, A., Wenzel, J., Wheeler, Q. and Wheeler, W. (2000). Explanation. Cladistics 11(2): 211-218.

Humphries, C. J. (2001). Homology, characters and continuous variables. In Macleod, N. and Forey, P. Pp 8-26. Morphology, Shape, and Phylogenetics. Systematics Association Special Volume, Taylor and Francis, London.

Williams, P., Humphries, C., Lampinen, R., Hagemeijer, W., Gasc, J.-P. and Mitchell-Jones, T. (2000). Endemism and important areas for conserving European biodiversity: using WORLDMAP to explore atlas maps for plants and terrestrial vertebrates. Belgian Journal of Entomology, 2 21-46.

Forey, P. L. Gardiner, B.G and Humphries, C. J. (eds). (2000). Colin Patterson (1933-1998); A celebration of his life. Pp 1-96. The Linnean. Special Issue No. 2. The Linnean Society of London.

Humphries, C. J. 2000. On Friendship. In Forey, P. L. Gardiner, B.G and Humphries, C. J. (eds). (2000). Colin Patterson (1933-1998); A celebration of his life. The Linnean. Special Issue No. 2. Pp. 67-74. The Linnean Society of London.

Humphries, C. J. (2000). Cladogenesis. . Pp. 693-707 In: Encyclopedia of Biodiversity. S. A. Levin (ed.). San Diego: Academic Press

Humphries, C. J. (2000). Vicariance biogeography. Pp. 767-779. In: Encyclopedia of Biodiversity. S. A. Levin (ed.). San Diego: Academic Press.

*G. M. Mace, A. Balmford, L. Boitani, G. Cowlishaw, A. P. Dobson, D. P. Faith, K. J. Gaston, C. J. Humphries, J. H. Lawton, C. R. Margules, R. M. May, A. O. Nicholls , H. P. Possingham, C. Rahbek, A.S. van Jaarsveld, R. I. Vane-Wright, P. H. Williams. (2000). From hotspots towards conservation consensus. Nature 405: 393.

Humphries, C., Araújo, M., Williams, P., Lampinen, R., Lahti, T. and Uotila, P. (1999). Plant diversity in Europe: Atlas Florae Europaeae and WORLDMAP. Acta Botanica Fennica 162: 11-21.

Humphries, C. J. and Huxley, R. (1999). Non-vascular plants and fungi. In: Carter, D., and Walker, A. K., Pp 81-91.Care and conservation of natural history specimens. Natural History Museum, London and Butterworth Heinemann, Oxford.

Williams, P.H., Humphries, C.J., Araújo, M., Lahti, T., Lampinen, R., Uotila, P. and Vane-Wright, R.I. (1999). Important Plant Areas of Europe: exploring the consequences of selection criteria. In: Planta Europa. Proceedings of the Second European Conference on the Conservation of Wild Plants, 9-14 June 1998, Uppsala. H. Synge (ed.). PlantLife, London.

*Källersjö, M., Farris, J. S., Chase, M. W., Bremer, B., Fay, M. F., Humphries, C. J., Petersen, G., Seberg, O. and Bremer, K. (1998). Simultaneous parsimony jackknife analysis of 2538 rbcL DNA sequences reveals support for major clades of green plants, land plants, seed plants and flowering plants. Plant Systematics and Evolution. 213: 259-287.

Williams, P. and Humphries, C. J. 1998. Indicators as a tool for monitoring state and trends in biological diversity. In B. C. W. Delbaere (ed), Facts and figures on Europe’s biodiversity 1998-1999, Chapter 2 Pp. 20-21.- The state and trends in Europe’s nature and biodiversity. European Centre for Nature Conservation, B. J. Tilburg, The Netherlands.

Williams, P., Humphries, C. and Araújo, M. 1998. Mapping Europe’s biodiversity. In B. C. W. Delbaere (ed), Facts and figures on Europe’s biodiversity (1998-1999). Chapter 2 Pp. 12-15 – The state and trends in Europe’s nature and biodiversity. European Centre for Nature Conservation, B. J. Tilburg, The Netherlands.

*Williams, P. H., Gaston, K. G., Humphries, C. J. and Vane-Wright, R. I. (1997). Biodiversity, biospecifics and ecological services. (Correspondence) Trends in Ecology and Evolution, 12: 66-67.

*Williams, P. H., Humphries, C. J., Vane-Wright, R. I. and Gaston, K. G. (1997). Descriptive and predictive approaches to biodiversity measurement. (Correspondence). Trends in Ecology and Evolution, 12: 444-445.

Gaston, K. J., Williams, P. H., Eggleton, P. J. and Humphries, C. J. (1996). Large-scale patterns of diversity: spatial variation in family richness. Proceedings of the Royal Society, Biological Sciences, 260: 149-154.

Moreno Saiz, J. C., Castro Parga, I., Humphries, C. J. and Williams, P. H. (1996). Strengthening the Natural and National Park system of Iberia to conserve pteridophytes. In Camus, JM, Gibby, M and Johns RJ. Pp 101-123, Pteridology in Perspective. Royal Botanic Gardens, London.

Castro Parga, I., Moreno Saiz, J. C., Humphries, C. J. and Williams, P. H. (1996). Strengthening the Natural and National Park system of Iberia to conserve vascular plants. Botanical Journal of the Linnean Society 121: 189-206.

Humphries, C. J. (1996). Reviews. Biodiversity and Phylogeny: XIII International Meeting of the Willi Hennig Society. Zoological Museum, University of Copenhagen, 23-26 August 1994. Cladistics 11: 385-398.

Platnick, N. I., Humphries, C. J., Nelson, G. and Williams, D. M. (1996). Is Farris optimisation perfect?: Three-taxon statements and multiple branching. Cladistics 12(3); 243-252.

Williams, P. H. and Humphries, C. J. (1996). Comparing character diversity among biotas. In Gaston, K. J. (ed.) Pp 54-76. Biodiversity: a biology of numbers and difference. Blackwell Science, Oxford.

Williams, P. H. Prance, G. T., Humphries, C. J. and Edwards, K. S. (1996). Promise and problems in applying quantitative complementarity areas for representing diversity of some Neotropical plants (families, Dichapetalaceae, Lecythidaceae, Caryocaraceae Chrysobalanaceae and Proteaceae). Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 58: 125-157.

Williams, D. M., Scotland, R. W., Humphries, C. J. and Siebert, D. J. (1996). Confusion in philosophy: a comment on Williams (1992). Synthese 108: 127-136.

*Humphries, C. J., Williams, P. H. and Vane-Wright, R. I. (1995). Measuring biodiversity value for conservation. Annual Review of Ecology and Systematics 26: 93-111.

Williams, P. H., Gaston, K. J. and Humphries, C. J. (1995). Do conservationists and molecular biologists value differences between organisms in the same way? Biodiversity Letters 2: 67-78.

Humphries, C. J. and Williams, P. H. (1994). Cladograms and trees in biodiversity. In R. W. Scotland, D. M. Siebert, and D. Williams (eds.). Pp. 269-287. Models in phylogenetic reconstruction. Oxford University Press, Oxford.

*Humphries, C. J. and Fisher, C. T. (1994). The loss of Banks’ legacy. Philosopical. Transaction of the Royal Society, Lond. B (1994) 343; 1-7.

*Williams, P. H., Humphries, C. J. and Gaston, K. J. (1994). Centres of seed-plant diversity: the family way. Proceedings of the Royal Society, Lond. B. 256: 67-70.

Williams, P. H. and Humphries, C. J. (1994). Measuring taxonomic diversity for conservation evaluation. In Forey, P. L., Humphries, C. J. and Vane-Wright, R. I. (eds.) Systematics and conservation evaluation. Pp 269-287. Systematics Association special volume, Clarendon Press, Oxford.

Bremer, K. and Humphries, C. J. (1993). A monograph of the Compositae: Anthemideae. Bulletin British Museum (Natural History) Botany 23(2): 73-179.

Cox, P. A.. and Humphries, C. J. (1993). Hydrophilous pollination and breeding system evolution in seagrasses: a phylogenetic approach to the evolutionary ecology of Cymodoceaceae. Botanical Journal of the Linnean Society 113: 217-226.

Humphries, C. J. (1993). The art of Endeavour. Kew Magazine for the friends of Kew, Spring 1993; 1-6.

*Pressey, R. L., Humphries, C. J., Margules, C. R., Vane-Wright, R. I. and Williams, P. H. (1993). Beyond opportunism: key principles for systematic reserve selection. Trends in Ecology and Evolution 8; 124-128.

Williams, P. H., Vane-Wright, R. I. and Humphries, C. J. (1993). Measuring biodiversity for choosing conservation areas. In J. LaSalle and I. D. Gauld (eds) Pp. 309-328, Hymenoptera and biodiversity. CAB Wallingford UK.

*Patterson, C, Williams, D. M. and Humphries, C. J. (1993). Congruence between Molecular and Morphological phylogenies. Annual Review of Ecology and Systematics 24: 153-188.

Humphries, C. J. and Vane-Wright, R. I. 1992. Systematic evaluation of the global network of protected areas: objectives, alternatives, prospects and proposals. Abstract and draft papers presented at IVth World Congress on National Parks and Protected Areas, Caracas, February, 1992. IUCN.

Humphries, C. J., Vane-Wright, R. I. and Williams, P. H. (1991). Biodiversity reserves: setting new priorities for the conservation of wildlife. Parks (IUCN) 4; 34-37.

Ali, P. O., Simpson, A.J.G., Waters, A. P., Humphries, C. J. and Rollinson, D. (1991). Sequence of a small rRNA gene of Schistosoma mansoni and its use in phylogenetic analysis. Molecular and Biochemical Parasitology 46: 201-208.

*Vane-Wright, R. I., Humphries, C. J. and Williams, P. H. (1991). What to Protect? – systematics and the agony of choice. Biological Conservation 55; 235-254.

Williams, P. H., Humphries, C. J. and Vane-Wright, R. I. (1991). Measuring biodiversity: taxonomic relatedness for conservationists. Australian Systematic Botany 4; 665-679.

Humphries, C. J. (1990). The importance of Wallacea to biogeographical thinking. In Knight, W. J. and Holloway, J. D. (eds.), Pp. 7-18 Insects and the rain forests of South-east Asia,. Royal Entomological Society of London.

Humphries, C. J. (1989). Any advance on Assumption 2 ? Guest editorial: Any advance on Assumptio 2?. Journal of Biogeography 16:101 –102

Humphries, C. J. and Blackmore, S. (1989). The systematic position of Moraceae. In, Crane, P. R. and Blackmore, S. (eds) The Systematics, Biology, and Fossil History of the Hamamelidae. Pp. 267-277. Systematics Association Special Volume, No. 40B, Clarendon Press, Oxford.

Humphries, C. J. and Seberg, O. (1989). Graphs and generalised tracks: some comments on method. Systematic Zoology 38(1): 69-76.

*Ladiges, P. Y., Newnham, M. and Humphries, C. J. (1989). Systematics and Biogeography of the Australian “Green Ash” Eucalypts (Monocalyptus). Cladistics 5: 345-364.

*Cranston, P. S. and Humphries, C. J. (1988). Cladistics and Computers: a Chironomid Conundrum? Cladistics 4: 72-92.

Humphries, C. J. and Ladiges, P. Y. (1988). The application of cladistic taxonomy to plants: a reply to Wilson. Taxon 37: 388-390.

Humphries, C. J. and Chappill, J. (1988). Science in Systematics; a reply to Cronquist. Botanical Review, 54: 129-144.

Mishler, B. D., Bremer, K., Humphries, C. J. and Churchill, S. (1988). The Use of Nucleic Acid Sequence Data In Phylogenetic Reconstruction. Taxon 37: 391-395.

Diment, J. A. and Humphries, C. J. (eds). (1984-5). Banks’ Florilegium. Parts XIX-XXII. 135 pls. Editions Alecto and BM(NH).

Sutton, S., Humphries, C. J. and Hopkinson, J. (1985). Tarragon. The Garden 110: 237-240.

Humphries, C. J. and Funk, V. A. (1984). Cladistic methodology. In, Heywood, V. H. and Moore D. M. (eds). Pp. 323-362. Current Concepts in Plant Taxonomy. Systematics Association Special Volume 25, Academic Press, London.

Ladiges, P. Y. and Humphries, C. J. (1983). A cladistic study of Arillastrum, Angophora and Eucalyptus (Myrtaceae). Botanical Journal of the Linnean Society 87: 105-134.

Humphries, C. J. (1991). The implications of pragmatism for systematics. In Hawksworth, D. L. (ed.), Improving the stability of names: needs and options. Pp 313-322 Regnum vegetabile 123. Koeltz scientific books.

Humphries, C. J. (1989). Modern data sets for flowering plants. In, Fernholm, B., Bremer, K and Jornvall, H. (eds). Pp 215-226. The Hierarchy of Life. Elsevier.

*Humphries, C. J. (1988). Patterns before Process. Nature 333 (6171): 300-301.

Bremer, K., Humphries, C. J., Jarvis, C. E. and López González, G. (1987). (873) Proposal to conserve 9341 Prolongoa Boissier with a conserved type specimen (Asteraceae: Anthemideae). Taxon 36: 476-477.

Bremer, K., Humphries, C. J., Churchill, S. and Mishler, B. (1987). On cladistic relationships of green plants. Taxon 36: 339-349.

Diment, J. A. and Humphries, C. J. (eds). (1987). Banks’ Florilegium. Parts XXVII-XXVIII. 45 pls. Editions Alecto and BM(NH).

Ladiges P. Y., Humphries, C. J. and Brooker, M. I. H. (1987). Cladistic and Biogeographic analysis of Western Australian species of Eucalyptus L’Hérit., informal subgenus Monocalyptus Pryor and Johnson. Australian Journal of Botany 35: 251-281.

Humphries, C. J., Nielsen, E. S. and Cox, J. (1986). Nothofagus and its parasites. In, Stone, A. R. and Hawksworth, D. L. (eds). Pp. 55-76. Coevolution. Special volume of Systematics association. Oxford University Press.

Humphries, C. J. and Camus, J. (1986). Contemporary Issues in Systematics. Cladistics 2: 85-89.

Diment, J. A. and Humphries, C. J. (eds). (1986). Banks’ Florilegium. Parts XXIII-XXVI. 135 pls. Editions Alecto and BM(NH).

Ladiges, P. Y. and Humphries, C. J. (1986). Relationships in the stringybarks, Eucalyptus L’Herit. informal subgenus Monocalyptus series Capitellatae and Olsenianae: phylogenetic hypotheses, biogeography and classification. Australian Journal of Botany, 34: 603-631.

Humphries, C. J. (1985). Temperate biogeography and an intemperate botanist. Taxon 34: 480-492.

Diment, J. A. and Humphries, C. J. (eds) (1983). Banks’ Florilegium. Parts XV-XVIII. 135 pls. Editions Alecto and BM(NH).

Diment, J. A. and Humphries, C. J. (eds) (1983). Banks’ Florilegium. Parts IX-XIV. 135 pls. Editions Alecto and BM(NH).

Humphries, C. J. (1983). Vicariance biogeography in Mesoamericana. Annals of the Missouri Botanical Garden, 69: 444-463.

Humphries, C. J. (1983). Biogeographical explanations and southern beeches. In, Sims R. W., Price, J. H. and Whalley P. E. S. (eds). Pp. 335-365 Evolution, time and space; the emergence of the biosphere. Academic Press, London and New York. Translated into Russian and republished by “Progress” (Moscow) in 1988.

Humphries, C. J. (1983). Primary data in hybrid analysis. In, Platnick, N. I. and Funk, V. A. (eds) Pp. 89-103. Advances in Cladistics: Proceedings of the second meeting of the Willi Hennig Society, Vol. 2. Columbia University Press.

Ladiges, P. Y., Humphries, C. J. and Brooker, M. I. H. (1983). Cladistic relationships and biogeographical patterns in the peppermint group of Eucalyptus (Informal subseries Amygdalinae, subgenus Monocalyptus) and the description of a new species, E. willisii. Australian Journal of Botany, 31: 565-584.

Diment, J. A. and Humphries, C. J. (1982). Banks’ Florilegium. Newsletter, Australian Systematic Botany Society, 31: 24-25.

Diment, J. A. and Humphries, C. J. (eds) (1982). Banks’ Florilegium Parts V-VIII. 90 plates. Editions Alecto and BM(NH).

Humphries, C. J. (1982). Adaptation; Isolation; Dispersal and Migration. In, Moore, D. (ed.). Pp. 96-102, 108-111, 142-145.Green Planet. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge

Carter, H. B., Diment J. A., Humphries, C. J. and Wheeler, A. (1981). The Banksian natural history collections of the Endeavour voyage and their relevance to modern taxonomy. In, Price, J. and Wheeler, A. (eds), Pp. 61-70. History in the service of Systematics. Society for the bibliography of Natural History.

Diment, J. A. and Humphries, C. J. (eds) (1981). Banks’ Florilegium. Parts I-IV (90 plates) Editions Alecto and BM(NH).

Humphries, C. J. (1981). Hornbeams (Carpinus). In, F.B. Hora (ed.), Pp. 141-143. The Oxford Encyclopedia of trees of the world. Oxford University Press, Oxford.

Humphries, C. J. (1981). Biogeographical methods and the Southern Beeches. In, Funk, V. A. and Brooks D. R. (eds), Pp. 177-207. Advances in Cladistics; proceedings of the 1st meeting of the Willi Hennig Society. Special Publication no. 12 of the New York Botanical Garden.

Humphries, C. J. (1981). Biogeographical methods and the Southern Beeches. Pp. 282-297 Chap. 21 The Evolving Biosphere (P. L. Forey, ed. London): BMNH/Cambridge University Press.

Humphries, C. J. (1981). Cytogenetic and Cladistic studies in Anacyclus (Compositae: Anthemideae). Nordic Journal of Botany, 1: 83-96.

Humphries, C. J. (1980). Triticum, Koeleria, Hordeum, Hordelymus, Phleum, Dasypyrum, Lolium, XFestulolium, Psathyrostachys, Taeniatherum. In, Tutin, T. G. et al. (eds) Flora Europaea 5: 153-154, 202-205, 218-220, 239.

Humphries, C. J. and Richardson, P. M. (1980). Hennig’s methods and phytochemistry. In, F. Bisby, J.G. Vaughan and C.A. Wright (eds). Pp. 353-378. Chemosystematics, Principles and Practice. Academic Press, London.

Tutin, T. G. and Humphries, C. J. (1980). Aegilops. In, Tutin T.G. et al. (eds) Flora Europaea 5: 200-202.

Humphries, C. J. (1979). A revision of the genus Anacyclus L. (Compositae: Anthemideae). Bull. Br. Mus. Nat. Hist. (Bot). 7: 83-142.

Humphries, C. J. (1979). Endemism and evolution in Macaronesia. In, D. Bramwell (ed.) Pp. 171-199. Plants and Islands. Academic Press, London.

Humphries, C. J. (1978). Bombacaceae, Chenopodiaceae, Casuarinaceae Erythroxolaceae, Rutaceae, Sarraceniaceae, Zingiberaceae. In, Heywood, V. H. (ed.) . Pp. 93-94, 72-73, 54-55, 62-63, 72-73, 93-94, 202-204, 210, 297-298. Flowering plants of the world. Oxford University Press, Oxford.

Humphries, C. J. (1978). Notes on the genera Phleum, Taeniatherum, Dasypyrum, Aegilops and Triticum. In, Heywood, V. H. (ed.) Flora Europaea Notuleae systematicae ad Floram Europaea pertinantes. 20. Journal of the Linnean Society (Botany), 76: 337-343, 361-362, 368-369, 78: 236.

Humphries, C. J., Murray, B. G., Boquet, G. and Vasudevan, K. (1978). Chromosome numbers of phanerogams from Morocco and Algeria. Botaniska Notiser, 131: 391-406.

Ehrendorfer, F., Schweizer, D., Greger, H. and Humphries, C. J. (1977). Chromosome banding and synthetic systematics in Anacyclus. (Asteraceae – Anthemideae). Taxon 26: 387-394.

Heywood, V. H. and Humphries, C. J. (1977). Anthemideae – systematic review. In, Heywood, V.H., Harborne, J.B., and Turner, B. (eds) Pp. 818-893. Biology and Chemistry of the Compositae. Academic Press, London and New York.

Humphries, C. J. (1977). A new genus of Compositae from North Africa. Botaniska Notiser, 130: 155-161.

Humphries, C. J. (1976). Evolution and endemism in Argyranthemum Webb ex Schultz Bip. (Compositae: Anthemideae). Botanica Macaronesica 1: 25-50.

Humphries, C. J. (1976). A revision of the Macaronesian genus Argyranthemum Webb ex Schultz Bip. Bulletin of the British Museum Natural History (Botany), 5: 145-240.

Humphries, C. J. (1975). Cytological studies in the Macaronesian genus Argyranthemum. (Compositae: Anthemideae). Botaniska Notiser, 127: 239-255.

Humphries, C. J. (1974). Plant Conservation. In, Harroy, J.-P., Tassi, F., Pratesi, F. and Humphries, C. J. National Parks of the World. Orbis Publishing, London.

Bramwell, D., Humphries, C. J., Murray, B. G. and Owens, S. J. (1972). Chromosome studies in the Flora of Macaronesia. Botaniska Notiser, 125: 139-152.

Bramwell, D., Humphries, C. J., Murray, B. G. and Owens, S. J. (1971). Chromosome numbers in plants from the Canary Islands. Botaniska Notiser, 124: 376-382.

Websites

Humphries, C. J. (2003). My Home Pages. http://www.chrishumphries.com. And http://www.chrishumphries.net.

Williams, P., Humphries, C. J. and Vane-Wright, R. I. 1996- et seq. Biodiversity: measuring the variety of nature and selecting priority areas for conservation. (http://www.nhm.ac.uk/science/projects/worldmap/index.html)

Sadka, M., Cassey, D. and Humphries, C. J. 1999-2001. Exploring Biodiversity: An interactive introduction to biodiversity concepts and measures (http://flood.nhm.ac.uk/eb//index.shtml).

Rees, R., Sadka, M., Humphries, C. J., Williams, P. and Gee, D. 1997-et seq. Postcodes Plants Database. (http://www.nhm.ac.uk/science/projects/fff/index.htm)

Books

Humphries, C. J., Sutton, D. A. and Press, J. R. (2006). The Philips Guide to trees. London, New York and Sydney (Philipps). 320 pp. New Edition.
Hamilton, J. and Humphries, C. J. (2006)_. Native Trees and Shrubs for your Garden. Frances Lincoln, London. Pp. 237.

Humphries, C. J. and Parenti, L. (2004). Cladistic Biogeography. Ed. 2; Interpreting patterns of plant and animal distributions. Oxford University Monographs in Biogeography. Clarendon Press, Oxford and Higher Education Press, China]. Pp 0-167. In Chinese.

Bharatan, V. Humphries, C. J. and Barnett, J. R. (2002). Plant names in homeopathy: An annotated checklist of currently accepted names in common use. London: The Natural History Museum. Pp. 126.

Humphries, C. J. Press, J. R. and Sutton, D. A. S. (2000). Guide to Trees of Britain and Europe. Hamlyn. London. Pp 320 incl.

Humphries, C. J. and Parenti, L. (1999). Cladistic Biogeography. Ed. 2; Interpreting patterns of plant and animal distributions. Oxford University Monographs in Biogeography. Clarendon Press, Oxford.

Rudall, P, Cutler, D, Cribb, P. J. and Humphries, C. J (eds.). (1995). Systematics and Evolution of Monocotyledons. Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew. Pp. 750.

Kitching, I. J., Forey, P. L., Humphries, C. J. and Williams, D. M. (1998). Cladistics (ed. 2): the theory and practice of parsimony analysis. Systematics Association Publications, Clarendon Press, Oxford.

Davidse, G., Sousa, S., Chater, C., Chiang, F., Knapp, S., Humphries, C. J., Sutton, D., and Huft, M. J. (1994). Flora Mesoamericana; volumen 6 Alsimataceae a Cyperaceae. Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México, Missouri Botanical Garden and The Natural History Museum. Pp. 543.

Forey, P. L., Humphries, C. J. and Vane-Wright, R. I. (eds.). (1994). Systematics and conservation evaluation. Systematics Association special volume, Clarendon Press, Oxford. Pp 424.

Ladiges, P. Y., Humphries, C. J. and Martinelli, L. (1991). Austral Biogeography. Aust. Syst. Bot. Special Issue. Pp. 227.

Humphries, C. J., Diment, J. A. and Shaughnessy, E. (Eds.). (1990). Catalogue of Banks’ Florilegium. The Folio Edition. Alecto Historical Editions and The British Museum (Natural History). Pp. 78.

Diment, J. A., Humphries, C. J., Newington, L. Press, J. R. and Shaughnessy, E. (1987). Catalogue of the Natural History drawings by Joseph Banks on the Endeavour voyage (1768-1771) held in the British Museum (Natural History). Bulletin of the British Museum Natural. History (History), 11: 1-200.

Humphries, C. J. and Parenti, L. (1986). Cladistic Biogeography. Oxford University Monographs in Biogeography. Clarendon Press, Oxford. Second printing with corrections, 1987.

Humphries, C. J. (ed.) (1988). Pp. 234. Ontogeny and Systematics; proceedings of a symposium organised at ICSEB III, Brighton, July 1985. Columbia University Press, New York. .

Diment J. A, Humphries, C. J., Newington L. Shaughnessy, E. and Press, J. R.(1984). Catalogue of the Natural History drawings by Joseph Banks on the Endeavour voyage 1768-1771 held in the British Museum (Natural History). Bulletin of the British Museum Natural. History (History),11: 1-183.

Davidse, G., Sousa, M., Chater, A. O. and Humphries, C. J. (1982). . Pp 44. Flora Mesoamericana; Guia para autores / Guide for authors. BM(NH) London.

Humphries, C. J., Sutton, D. A. and Press, J. R. (1981). The Hamlyn Guide to trees. London, New York and Sydney (Hamlyn). 320 pp. The Hamlyn guide to trees has been translated into four other languages: Los Arboles de Europas, (1982); Der Kosmos Baumführer, W. Keller, (1982); Le Multiguide nature de tous les arbres d’Europe, Bordas, (1982); Elseviers Nieuwe Bomengids, Elsevier, (1982).

Humphries, C. J. (1973). A taxonomic study of the genus Argyranthemum Webb ex Schultz Bip. Ph.D. thesis. University of Reading, 376 pp.

Book Reviews
2002. Captivating Life : A Naturalist in the Age of Genetics by John C. Avise, 2001 Smithsonian Institution Press. In Press. Biological Conservation.
2002. Paleobiogeography: Using Fossils to Study Global Change, Plate Tectonics, and Evolution. Lieberman, Bruce S. 2000. J. Palaeontology, 76(6): 1110-1112
2001. Hotspots going off the Boil? Book Review of Mittermeier, R.A., Myers, N and Mittermeier, CG. 2000. Hotspots: earth’s biologically richest and most endangered terrestrial ecoregions. Distributed for CEMEX/Conservation International by the University of Chicago Press, Chicago. Diversity and Distributions 7 (1, 2): 104-105.
2001. Chalk and Cheese. CD Review of Flora Europaea on CD-ROM, 2000 Cambridge University Press, and Orchids of New Guinea Vol. 1 by A. Schuiteman and E. F. Vogel, 2001, World Database CD-ROM Series published by ETI. Plant Talk 26: 38-39.
2000. Floras on CD Rom. Plant Talk 20: 41.
1999. Centres of Plant Diversity. A Guide and Strategy for their Conservation. WWF and IUCN. The New Phytologist, Volume 135(3): 567-574
1999. The biological monograph : the importance of field studies and functional syndromes for taxonomy and evolution of tropical plants / by H.C.F. Hopkins …[et al.]. London: Royal Botanic Gardens Kew, c1998. Botanical Journal of the Linnean Society, vol. 131, no. 1, pp. 99. (Seberg, O, Humphries, C. J.)
1997. The Ecology and Biogeography of Nothofagus forests, by Thomas T. Veblen, Robert S, Hill and Jennifer Read. New Haven; London : Yale University Press, 1996. Biodiversity and Conservation, 6 (10):1458-1459.
1996. Biometry (ed 3). By R. Rohlf and R. Sokal. W. H. Freeman. Biol. J. Linn. Soc. 1
1994. Insect Conservation Biology. Michael Samways. 1994. Chapman and Hall J. Nat. Hist.
1994. Intermontane Flora. Volume 5. Arthur Cronquist et al. New York Botanical Garden. Bot. J. Linn. Soc. 118: 78.
*1991. Phylogeny, Ecology and Behavior A research program in Comparative Biology by Daniel R. Brooks and Deborah A. McLennan. University of Chicago Press 1991 and The Comparative Method in Evolutionary Biology by Paul Harvey and Mark Pagel. Oxford University Press 1991. Nature 353; 615-616. (with D. Siebert).
1991. Shamrock. Botany and History of an Irish Myth. Charles Nelson. Boethius Press. The Linnean 8(1): 62.
1991. Aphrodite’s mousetrap: a biography of Venus’s flytrap with facsimiles of an original pamphlet and the manuscripts of John Ellis F.R.S. by Charles Nelson. Boethius Press. The Linnean 8(2): 63.
1989. Molecules and morphology in evolution: conflict or compromise?. C. Patterson (ed.). Cambridge University Press. Watsonia 17(3): 372.
1989. The Ages of Gaia. J. Lovelock. Oxford University Press. Journal of Natural History. 23: 972-973.
1989. Was there biogeography before the Quaternary? Review of T. C. Whitmore and G. T. Prance (eds.), 1987. Biogeography and Quaternary history of tropical America. Clarendon Press, Oxford. Journal of Biogeography 16: 97-100.
1988. Plants in Danger; What do we Know? S. D. Davis, S. J. M. Droop, P. Gregerson, L. Henson, C. J. Leon, J. Lamlein-Villa Lobos, H. Synge and J. Zantovska. IUCN, Gland and Cambridge. Watsonia 17(1): 106.
1988. Dimensions of Darwinism; Themes and Counterthemes in twentieth-century evolutionary biology. Marjorie Grene (ed.) Cambridge University Press / Editions de la Maison des Sciences de l’Homme. Archives of Natural History 15(1): 108-114.
1988. Biological Metaphor and Cladistic Classification; An Interdisciplinary Approach. H. M. Hoenigswald and L. F. Wiener (eds). Frances Pinter (Publishers), London. Cladistics 4: 304-308.
1986. The Synergism Hypothesis. P.A. Corning. Blond and Briggs. 1984. Archives of Natural History 14(2): 228-230
1987. The Enchanted Canopy: Secrets from the Rainforest Roof. A. W. Mitchell. William Collins and Sons Ltd. 1986. Oryx 21: 128.
1987. The Botany of Mangroves. P. B. Tomlinson Cambridge University Press 1986. Oryx 21: 197.
1986. Royal Kew. R. King. Constable, London. 1985 New Scientist (1495): 49.
1986. The Problems of Evolution. M. Ridley. Oxford University Press. 1985. Archives of Natural History 13: 87-89
1986. The Evolutionary Process; A Critical Review of Evolutionary Theory. V. Grant. Columbia University Press. 1985. Palaeontology Newsletter, (no page numbers).
1985. Croizat’s Panbiogeography and Principia Botanica: search for the novel biological synthesis. In, Tuatara 27. J. Nat. Hist. 19: 1285-1286.
1985. A crop of Academic Botany. A review of 4 titles from Academic Press. Plant Biosystematics. W. F. Grant. Data Bases in Systematics. R. Allkin and F. Bisby (eds). Current Concepts in Plant Taxonomy. V. H. Heywood and D. M. Moore (eds). Plant Chemosystematics. J. B. Harborne and B. L.Turner. New Scientist (1452): 44.
1984. How Flowers Work. A guide to Plant Biology. B. Gibbons. Blandford Press, Poole, Dorset. Times Literary Supplement, 7th September.
1984. Biogeography. J. H. Brown and A. C. Gibson. C. V. Mosby and Co. 1983. Journal of Biogeography 11: 363-365.
1984. Flora of Australia vols 1 and 8. AGPS, Canberra Kew Bulletin 39: 661-663.
1984. Extinct and Endangered Plants of Australia. J. Leigh, R. Boden and J. Briggs. Macmillan, Australia. Oryx 19: 52.
1983. Darwinism Defended: a guide to the Evolution controversies. M. Ruse. Addison-Wesley. 1982. Oryx 17: 48.
1983. Plant Extinction: a global crisis. H. Koopowitz and H. Kaye. Stone Wall Press. 1983. Oryx 17: 145.
1983. Problems of phylogenetic reconstruction (Systematics Association, Special volume 21). Joysey, K. A. and Friday, A. E. (eds) and Methods of Phylogenetic reconstruction. Patterson, C. (ed.) Zoological Journal of the Linnean Society 74: 197-334. Systematic Zoology 32: 301-310.
1982. Systematics and Biogeography: Cladistics and Vicariance. G. Nelson and N.I. Platnick. Columbia University Press, New York. Journal of Natural History 16: 296-299.
1982. Biochemical Evolution. H. Gutfreund. Cambridge University Press. 1981. Watsonia 14: 87-88.
1982. Phylogenetics: the Theory and Practice of Phylogenetic Systematics. E. O. Wiley. Wiley Interscience. 1981. Watsonia 14: 209-210.
1981. Plant Taxonomy and Biosystematics. C.A. Stace. Edward Arnold, London. 1981. Journal of Natural History 15: 1062-1065.
1981. Historical Plant Geography: an Introduction. P. Stott. George Allen and Unwin. 1980. Journal of Natural History 15: 1076-1078.
1980. Advances in Botanical Research, vol. 6. H.W. Woolhouse (ed.). Academic Press, London and New York. Watsonia 13: 65.
1980. Trees and Shrubs of the Mediterranean. Helge Vedd. Penguin Books. 1978. Journal of Natural History 14: 147-148.
1979. A Flora of the Maltese Islands. S.M. Haslam, P.D. Sell and P.A. Wolseley. 1977. Watsonia 12: 55-56.
1979. Flore du Sahara (2nd ed). P. Ozenda. CNRS, Paris. Watsonia 12:181-186.
1979. The Biology and Chemistry of the Compositae. V.H. Heywood, J. B. Harborne and B. L. Turner (eds). Academic Press, London and New York. Watsonia 12: 264-265.
1978. British Water Plants. S. Haslam, C. Sinker and P. Wolseley. Field Studies Council 1975. Watsonia 11: 264-265 (with A.C. Jermy).
1978. Biogeography and Ecology in the Canary Islands. G. Kunkel (ed.). W. Junk. 1976. Watsonia 11: 410-411.
1978. The Power of Plants. Brendan Lehane. John Murray, London. 1977. Journal of Natural History,12: 596-597.
1978. Pollination mechanisms, Reproduction and Plant Breeding. R. Frankel and E. Gahin. Springer Verlag. 1977. Journal of Natural History, 12: 597-598.
1978. Die Bedeutung der Polyploidie fur die Evolution der Pflanzen. W. Gottschalk. Gustav Fischer Verlage. 1976. Journal of Natural History, 12: 717-718.
1978. Plant Communities. Anne Bulow-Olsen. Penguin Books. 1978. Journal of Natural History, 12: 718.
1977. Nucleic acids and protein synthesis in plants. L. Bogorod and J.H. Weil (eds). Plenum 1977. New Scientist 75(1063): 306.
1977. Strasburger’s textbook of Botany. New English Edition. Translated by P. Bell and D. Coombe from Lehrbuch der Botanik by D. von Deufter et al. Journal of Natural History, 11: 118-120.
1978. Plant Taxonomy (2nd ed.). V.H. Heywood. Edward Arnold 1976. Journal of Natural History ,11:358-359.
Popular works
1987. Gorse. No. 9. in Shire Natural History Series. Princes Risborough, Bucks. 24 pp.
1984. Evergreen Pittosporums. Living Countryside 13(155): 3094-3095 (with E. Shaughnessy).
1983. Flowers: whats in a name? Living Countryside 9(97): 1932-1933.
1983. Eucalypts in Britain. Living Countryside 13(146): 2906-2907.
1983. Hybrids: nature’s mongrels. Living Countryside 13(148): 2944-2946.
1982. Procter, P. (ed.). Longman New Universal Dictionary. Longman, Harlow, Essex. [approx. 5000 botanical entries].
1982. Elm bark beetles. Living Countryside 5(53): 1044-1046.
1982. A look at tree classification. Living Countryside 7(79): 1569-1571.
1982. Timber and its products. Living Countryside 8(91): 1801-1803.
1981. In memoriam: stately elms. Living Countryside 3(34): 672-674.
1981. Smooth and hybrid elms. Living Countryside 3(37): 732-733.
1980. Spotter’s Guide to Wild Flowers. Usborne, London.

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