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Native Eucalypts of South Australia

Field / Identification Guide
By: Dean Nicolle(Author)
238 pages, colour photos, colour illustrations, colour maps, includes CD-ROM
Native Eucalypts of South Australia
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Native Eucalypts of South Australia details the 103 eucalypt species and subspecies that are currently known in South Australia. For each species a double-page spread provides images of the habit, bark, buds, flowers and fruits, a seedling painting by Ian Roberts and a detailed map of its distribution within the state. Details of the meaning and origin of the name, characteristic features, distribution and habitat, cultivation and uses are given. Designed and written for those with no botanical training, but also catering for the professional, Native Eucalypts of South Australia will be valuable for all those interested in appreciating, identifying and growing South Australia’s native eucalypts.

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Field / Identification Guide
By: Dean Nicolle(Author)
238 pages, colour photos, colour illustrations, colour maps, includes CD-ROM
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