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Native Plants of the Sydney Region From Newcastle to Nowra and West to the Dividing Range

Field / Identification Guide
By: Alan Fairley(Author), Philip Moore(Author)
624 pages, colour photos
Publisher: Jacana Books
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Native Plants of the Sydney Region

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In a handy portable format, Native Plants of the Sydney Region is the ideal companion for anyone who wants to put names to the plants they see in the bush. Covering an area from Newcastle to Nowra, and westwards to the Great Dividing Range, it contains plant species from remote areas as well as those common in remnant suburban bushland. Many of the species described are also found along the whole of Australia's east coast and west to the slopes and plains. It has been completely rewritten with descriptions of nearly 1400 plant species, some only recently discovered, as well as many new colour photographs and revised names in an up-to-date taxonomy.

Contents

Abbreviations

Introduction
The Sydney Environment
Major Vegetation
Types
Fork
Ferns
Club Mosses
Ferns
Cycads
Pines (Conifers)
Flowering Plants
Dicotyledons
Monocotyledons

Glossary
Leaf and Flower Shapes
Index
Further Reading

Customer Reviews

Biography

Alan Fairley has published more than 30 nature books, including walking guides and field guides, and has lectured at TAFE colleges on native plant identification. Philip Moore is a retired nuclear scientist with a passion for native flora. He is the author of A Guide to Plants of Inland Australia.

Field / Identification Guide
By: Alan Fairley(Author), Philip Moore(Author)
624 pages, colour photos
Publisher: Jacana Books
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