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A Guide to Plants of Inland Australia

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By: Phillip Moore
504 pages, Col photos & illus
A Guide to Plants of Inland Australia
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  • A Guide to Plants of Inland Australia ISBN: 9781876334864 Paperback Sep 2005 Out of Print #150652
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Covers the major plants of three quarters of the continent of Australia. While it cannot be definitive, it nevertheless features 800 species; those most distinctive, well-known and easily seen throughout inland Australia. Each entry consists of one or two photographs of excellent quality, detailed descriptions, information about habitat, name origins, explorers and collectors, and each with a distribution map.

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Co-author of the classic reference, Native Plants of the Sydney Region, PHILIP MOORE is a retired nuclear scientist with outstanding botanical knowledge. This book represents the culmination of 10 years scrupulous research, writing and photographing in inland Australia. During this time Moore has travelled over 100,000 km. He is an excellent botanical photographer and the detail of his distribution maps represents a resource in its own right.
Out of Print
By: Phillip Moore
504 pages, Col photos & illus
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