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Field Guide to the Native Trees of the ACT

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By: Laurie Adams(Author), Roger Farrow(Author), John Hook(Author), Peter Ormay(Author), Andrew Slee(Author), Betsy Osborne(Illustrator), Christine Payne(Illustrator), Pierre Cochard(Illustrator), Clive Hurlstone(Illustrator)
98 pages, colour photos, colour illustrations
Field Guide to the Native Trees of the ACT
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  • Field Guide to the Native Trees of the ACT ISBN: 9780646447476 Edition: 2 Paperback Jan 2007 Expected dispatch within 3-4 days
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 Native Trees of the ACT describes 62 trees indigenous to the Australian Capital Territory. From Snow Gums high in the Brindabellas to Apple Box in the disappearing woodlands and Black Cypress by the Murrumbidgee River, they are all here. Have you ever wondered at the difference between a Red Gum and a Red Box? This book can tell you. You can identify trees easily with colour photographs, botanical drawings, location tips, thumbnail maps for less common trees, and a key for determining the species.
 

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Field / Identification Guide Identification Key
By: Laurie Adams(Author), Roger Farrow(Author), John Hook(Author), Peter Ormay(Author), Andrew Slee(Author), Betsy Osborne(Illustrator), Christine Payne(Illustrator), Pierre Cochard(Illustrator), Clive Hurlstone(Illustrator)
98 pages, colour photos, colour illustrations
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