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Eucalypts of the Sydney Region A Bushwalker's Guide

Field / Identification Guide
Series: Bushbooks
By: Gary Leonard
80 pages, illus
Eucalypts of the Sydney Region
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&i;Eucalypts of the Sydney Region&o; describes 77 eucalypt species that are commonly found in the Sydney Basin, between Newcastle in the north and the Shoalhaven and Southern Highlands in the south, and including all of the Blue Mountains. It is highly illustrated, with each species description accompanied by a photograph of the bark, illustrations of buds and fruit, a tree structure diagram and a distribution map to assist with easy identification. It is suitable for anyone who wants to develop confidence in identifying different eucalypt species, including bushwalkers, students, botanists, or those who just want to decide which species to grow in their garden. Species are described according to the current classifications.

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Field / Identification Guide
Series: Bushbooks
By: Gary Leonard
80 pages, illus
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