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A Guide to Native Orchids of South Western Australia

Field / Identification Guide
By: Bob Liddelow(Author)
337 pages, colour photos, colour maps
A Guide to Native Orchids of South Western Australia
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Bob Liddelow has spent many hours in the field each season, seeking different orchids. Blind 'bush bashing' of likely spots rarely produces exciting finds, but given a lead by someone, the chances are greatly enhanced.

This is an Orchids Guide with a difference. Instead of covering all species with total distribution areas, A Guide to Native Orchids of South Western Australia treats a very representative collection of orchids in great detail. The specific sites for each orchid are illustrated with 'mud maps'. The book also cross-references some 239 orchids with about 200 sites in the greater south-west of Western Australia. Every orchid is illustrated fully in colour. There are also comprehensive Indexes, a Glossary, Author's Notes and more.

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Field / Identification Guide
By: Bob Liddelow(Author)
337 pages, colour photos, colour maps
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