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Barks and Trunks: Rainforest Trees of Eastern Australia, Volume 2

Field / Identification Guide
By: Peter Poropat(Author)
180 pages, colour photos
Barks and Trunks: Rainforest Trees of Eastern Australia, Volume 2
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Barks and Trunks: Rainforest Trees of Eastern Australia, Volume 2

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This is the second volume in this series of identification guides to south eastern Australian rainforest trees using their bark and trunks. Photographs were taken in the rainforests of New South Wales in the Illawarra, Yarrawa brush remnants in Robinson, mountain rainforests of far northern NSW, and dry rainforest scrubs in the districts of Kyogle. In South East Queensland, photographs were taken in rainforests west of, and remnant scrubs of the Gold Coast, rainforests west of Brisbane, dry rainforest scrubs in Dalby, the slopes of Bunya Mountains, Kingaroy, and Kilkivan.

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Field / Identification Guide
By: Peter Poropat(Author)
180 pages, colour photos
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