By: Judymae Napier and Stephen van Leeuwen
72 pages, Col photos
The Pilbara region, in the north-west of Western Australia, covers a vast area of more than 510,000 square kilometres. Its distinctive trees, flowers and shrubs are an important natural attraction for the region, having adapted to growing in arid conditions. Many of these plants still provide food and medicine for Aboriginal people living in the region. This fascinating book describes 32 of the most common plants.
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