Trees of Australia Identification Book

 Green Guide   Trees of Australia

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The ‘Green Guide to Trees of Australia’ was written for anyone with an interest in Australia’s flora and wanting to recognize trees and shrubs. Ideal for students, bushwalkers, outdoors enthusiasts and people identifying trees on their property.

New Holland Publishers, 2015
Release Date: 01/12/2015
ISBN: 9781921517525
Format: Paperback with PVC
Pages: 128 pp.
Size: 13 cm wide x 18 cm high
Full Colour Photography

Green Guide Trees of Australia: A practical guide to the identification of native species. More than 200 full colour photographs and detailed descriptions explaining leaf, bark, flower, fruit and other characteristics.

Green Guide Trees of Australia
Green Guide Trees of Australia
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Summary of Content
After an entertaining and factual introduction a basic geographical time scale takes the reader through the evolution of Australian trees leading up to the forest types in existence today. It is followed by chapters on how to recognise important Australian tree families and genera, covering trees such as; Conifers, Casuarinas (She-Oaks), Myrtles (including Eucalypts, Paperbarks, Tea-Trees and Bottlebrushes), Acacias (Wattles), Proteas (including Banksias and Grevilleas) and many rainforest species. Colour plates of widely distributed species, being characteristic for their family or genus, give practical information and together with illustrative photos enable the reader to recognise common tree species found in Australia. The ‘Practical Section’ explains how plant features, such as; leaves, flowers, bark and fruit are used to identify native trees. It also includes tips on ‘How to use the internet to identify trees’, a useful list of online resources and books for further reading.
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