APNI is a tool for the botanical community that deals with plant names and their usage in the scientific literature, whether as a current name or synonym. APNI does not recommend any particular taxonomy or nomenclature. For a listing of currently accepted scientific names for the Australian vascular flora, see the Australian Plant Census (APC).
HerbiGuide provides information on weeds, pests and diseases in crops, pastures, horticulture and environmental situations to help you with crop protection decisions. It includes data on over 200 crops, 600 weeds, 100 insects and 250 diseases with solutions drawn from over 1000 herbicide, insecticide and fungicide products, covering some 300 active ingredients. Links within this site provide basic information and descriptions of species and products.
The Index to American Botanical Literature has provided a service to the American botanical community for over a century, published initially in the Bulletin of the Torrey Botanical Club and subsequently in Brittonia. Beginning in 1886, when Elizabeth Britton of The New York Botanical Garden was editor, the Index has provided bibliographic data both on books and articles in periodicals. In 1999, the Index went to an entirely electronic format.
NSW Flora Online
PlantNET can be searched for information on New South Wales plant names, their distribution and conservation status. Identification tools (keys), descriptions, images, illustrations and other information are provided.
PlantNET also hosts other national and international botanical sites.
Links are provided to other important sites that provide botanical, biodiversity and natural resources information
Survey of Economic Plants for Arid and Semi-Arid Lands (SEPASAL) is the world’s most comprehensive online source of information on useful ‘wild’ and semi-domesticated tropical and subtropical dryland plants, with a focus on Africa.
The Australian Honey Bee Industry Council (AHBIC) aims to maximise the efficient use of industry resources and funds to ensure the long term economic viability, security and prosperity of the Australian Honey Bee industry in Australia.
We foster, promote, enhance and protect the interests of the Australian Honey Bee Industry and the vitality of its members and represent industry policy at all levels of government, private enterprise and the public.
Horticulture Australia Limited (HAL) is a not-for-profit, industry-owned company. It works in partnership with Australia’s horticulture industries to invest in research, development and marketing programs that provide benefit to industry and the wider community.