By: Stephen D Hopper(Author), Philippa Nikulinsky(Illustrator)
194 pages, colour illustrations
Providing ecological and historical perspectives on the diverse, resilient flora and fauna that inhabit granite outcrops, this beautifully illustrated documentation explores Australia's diverse wildlife – including the closest relatives to Granitites intangendus, a shrub that thrives in southern Australia's harsh climate – revealing its origins in ancient rainforests that once covered the region.
"Anyone interested in the natural history of Western Australia will find this fine publication a must for their bookshelf."
– West Australian
"[...] a book for anyone with a love of the bush, gardens and art."
– Hobart Mercury
"[...] with exquisite illustrations by Philippa Nikulinsky and a lively text by Stephen Hopper, the book is in the tradition of the Age of Exploration's treasured natural history books."
– Summer Reading Guide
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