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Plants of New South Wales According to the Census of Baron F. Von Mueller ... With an Introductory Essay and Occasional Notes

Flora / Fauna
By: Ferdinand von Muller and William Woolls
121 pages, no illustrations
Plants of New South Wales
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  • Plants of New South Wales ISBN: 9781108021050 Paperback Sep 2010 Usually dispatched within 6 days
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A reprint of a classical work in the Cambridge Library Collection.

Sir Ferdinand von Muller (1825-1896) was a botanist renowned for his research on the native plants of Australia. After emigrating from Germany in 1847, he was appointed Government Botanist of Victoria in 1853 and subsequently Director of the Royal Botanic Garden, Melbourne, which post he held until 1873.

This volume, first published in 1885, contains Muller's botanical survey of the plants found in the Australian state of New South Wales. Including an introduction by prominent Australian botanist William Woolls (1814-1893), the survey divides the flora into scientific orders, with short descriptions of genera and species. Both native and introduced plants are included in the survey.


Remarks on the flora of New South Wales; Plants of New South Wales: 1. Dicotyledoneae; 2. Eucalyptus; 3. Monocotyledoneae; Index of natural orders; Index of genera.

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Flora / Fauna
By: Ferdinand von Muller and William Woolls
121 pages, no illustrations
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