University of Melbourne Herbarium

Ian Woodrow, 'Introduction', University of  Melbourne Collections, issue 8, June 2011, pp. 2.

Brown, Gillian, 'Mosses, liverworts and hornworts: Significant bryophyte collections at the University of Melbourne Herbarium', University of Melbourne Collections, issue 8, June 2011, pp. 3-7.

Clarke, Ian C., 'Farewell to Mr Sonenberg', Victorian Naturalist, vol. 106, 1989, pp. 155-9.

Clarke, Ian C., 'The history of the herbarium, School of Botany, University of Melbourne', in Philip S. Short (ed.), History of systematic botany in Australasia: Proceedings of a symposium held at the University of Melbourne, 25–27 May 1988, Melbourne: Australian Systematic Botany Society, 1990, pp. 13–16.

Cohn, Helen M., 'Watch dog over the Herbarium: Alfred Ewart, Victorian Government Botanist 1906–1921', Historical Records of Australian Science, vol. 16, 2005, pp. 139–167.

Gilbert, Lionel, The orchid man: The life, work and memoirs of the Rev. H.M.R. Rupp, 1872–1956, Kenthurst: Kangaroo Press, 1992.

Gillbank, Linden, 'Into the land of the mountain cattlemen: Maisie Fawcett's ecological investigations on the Bogong High Plains', in Farley Kelly (ed.), On the dge of discovery: Australian women in science', Melbourne: Text Publishing Company, 1993, pp. 135-51.

Gillbank, Linden, 'The University of Melbourne Herbarium, from McCoy to MELU: A broken paper-trail', University of Melbourne Collections, issue 1, November 2007, pp. 20-8.

Gillbank, Linden, 'University botany in colonial Victoria: Frederick McCoy's botanical classes and collections at the University of Melbourne', Historical Records of Australian Science, vol. 19, no. 1, 2008, pp. 53-82.

Nicole Middleton,   'Exhibiting the history of the University of Melbourne Herbarium (MELU)', Australian Systematic Botany Society   Newsletter, no. 136, September 2008, pp. 22-4.

Middleton, Nicole, 'MELU 2007', University of Melbourne Collections, issue 1, November 2007, p. 29.

Middleton, Nicole and Sophine Chai, Sowing a seed: Art inspired by the Herbarium (exhibition catalogue), Parkville, Vic.: Cultural Collections, University of Melbourne, 2008.