Australian Systematic Botany
|Edited by||Daniel Murphy|
|Brunonia (1978–1987); Australian Systematic Botany (1988–present)|
|Aust. Syst. Bot.|
Australian Systematic Botany is an international peer-reviewed scientific journal published by CSIRO Publishing. It is devoted to publishing original research, and sometimes review articles, on topics related to systematic botany, such as biogeography, taxonomy and evolution. The journal is broad in scope, covering all plant, algal and fungal groups, including fossils.
First published in 1978 as Brunonia, the journal adopted its current name in 1988.
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