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Mangroves to Mallee The Complete Guide to Vegetation of South Australia

Flora / Fauna
By: Todd Berkinshaw
400 pages, Colour photos
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This in-depth guide explores the identification, protection and restoration of native vegetation communities and plant species of South Australia's southern agricultural districts.

Features include: full colour images, text and mapping of over 55 major plant communities, over 400 native plant species and 100 weed species in the one publication.

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Flora / Fauna
By: Todd Berkinshaw
400 pages, Colour photos
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