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Barks and Trunks: Rainforest Trees of South-Eastern Australia, Volume 1

Field / Identification Guide
By: Peter Poropat(Author)
98 pages, colour photos
Publisher: Dragonwick
Barks and Trunks: Rainforest Trees of South-Eastern Australia, Volume 1
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This revised edition has been updated with different specimens. The book is designed to identify mature rainforest trees by their bark and trunk and records these trees in their natural environment for their identity, natural heritage and value. Photographs were taken in the rainforests of Victoria, Illawarra, Dorrigo, around the border regions of northern New South Wales, rainforests west of Brisbane and the Gold Coast and south-east Queensland.

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Field / Identification Guide
By: Peter Poropat(Author)
98 pages, colour photos
Publisher: Dragonwick
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