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Field Guide to Eucalypts, Volume 2 South-Western and Southern Australia

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Series: Field Guide to Eucalypts Volume: 2
By: M Ian H Brookers(Author), David A Kleinig(Author)
433 pages, 1600 colour photos, colour distribution maps
Field Guide to Eucalypts, Volume 2
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In the 15 years since the second edition of this book, many new species have been discovered and formally named. Over 370 eucalypts are described in this third edition which covers southern Western Australia, South Australia (excluding south east) and New South Wales north and west of the Darling River. 1,600 colour photographs show the trees bark, buds and fruit. This edition has been completely revised and updated and includes newly named species.

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Ian Brookers is a world authority on eucalyptus taxonomy and has discovered many new species. He has more than thirty years of experience as a botanist and has published widely.

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Series: Field Guide to Eucalypts Volume: 2
By: M Ian H Brookers(Author), David A Kleinig(Author)
433 pages, 1600 colour photos, colour distribution maps
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