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Wollongong's Native Trees

Field / Identification Guide Out of Print
By: Leon Fuller(Author), Bryon McGregor-Cawthorne(Illustrator)
440 pages, 700+ colour photos, 200+ b/w line drawings and colour distribution maps
Publisher: Big Bean Books
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  • Wollongong's Native Trees ISBN: 9780959471137 Edition: 3 Paperback Jan 2011 Out of Print #224450
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There are 156 indigenous tree species in the Wollongong area, New South Wales, Australia. Whether you need to identify a tree in the wild, in your garden or increase your knowledge about these trees, this book is invaluable. With over 700 photographs, 200 maps and drawings and a wealth of written details, you can enjoy a completely new look at the flora of this diverse region.

First printed 30 years ago, Wollongong's Native Trees has been used widely as a reference book and field guide. This new, reworked colour edition contains a great deal of additional information collected over many years and remains the most useful book on Wollongong's native trees.

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Field / Identification Guide Out of Print
By: Leon Fuller(Author), Bryon McGregor-Cawthorne(Illustrator)
440 pages, 700+ colour photos, 200+ b/w line drawings and colour distribution maps
Publisher: Big Bean Books
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