6 edition of Flora of south-eastern Queensland found in the catalog.
|Statement||T.D. Stanley and E.M. Ross ; contributions by L. Pedley, R.J.F. Henderson, S.T. Reynolds ; illustrations by M.A. Saul, G. Rankin.|
|Series||Miscellaneous publication / Queensland Department of Primary Industries,, 81020-, Miscellaneous publication (Queensland. Dept. of Primary Industries) ;, 81020, etc.|
|Contributions||Ross, E. M.|
|LC Classifications||QK453 .S73 1983|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||v. <1 > :|
|ISBN 10||0724221271, 0724217606|
|LC Control Number||85144731|
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Queensland; Western Australia a compendium of information on the different types of plants being cultivated in south-eastern Australia. book-form – horticultural flora, of which. Book Review; Published: April Flora of South-eastern 1. By T. D. Stanley and E. M. Ross. Queensland Department of Primary Industries.
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Flora of South-eastern Queensland Volume II by STANLEY, T.D. & and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at PB - Queensland Dept. of Primary Industries, CY - Brisbane, Australia: PY - SN - (v. 1) N1 - Includes indexes. AU - Stanley, T.
(Trevor D.) AU - Ross, E. (Estelle M.) KW - Australia KW - Botany KW - Classification KW - Identification KW - Plants KW - Queensland ER - TY - BOOK TI - Flora of south-eastern Queensland / VL. Flora of South-eastern Queensland, Volume 2 Flora of South-eastern Queensland, Trevor D.
Stanley, ISBNMiscellaneous publication (Queensland. Flora of south-eastern Queensland. Brisbane, Australia: Queensland Dept. of Primary Industries, ©(OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, State or province government publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: T D Stanley; E M Ross.
Flora of south-eastern Queensland / By. Stanley, T. (Trevor D.) Ross, E. (Estelle M.) Publication Details. Brisbane, Australia:Queensland Dept. of Primary Industries,cYear. If you are generating a PDF of a journal article or book chapter, please feel Cited by: Flora of south-eastern Queensland.
Add to My Flora of south-eastern Queensland book Export citation. Type Book Author(s) T. Stanley, E. Ross, L. Jessup, Queensland, Queensland Herbarium Date Publisher Queensland Department of Primary Industries Pub place Brisbane Volume Miscellaneous publication / Queensland Department of Primary Industries ISBN Brisbane: Queensland Department of Primary Industries, First Edition.
26cm x 18cm. [viii], iii, pages, maps, black and white illustrations. White illustrated cloth, no jacket. Soiling and insect damage to cloth. Minor soiling to edges and preliminaries. Good Condition. $65 AUD. Book# Beekeepers have a new tool to keep their colonies healthy, with the publication of a landmark reference book by the Department of Primary Industries (DPI), Honey and Pollen Flora of South-Eastern Australia.
NSW DPI Technical Specialist Bees and author Dr Doug Somerville said thebook focuses on the value of key plants to nectar feeding animals in Australia with particular. Loading Trove is unable to load. CSIRO PUBLISHING has an international reputation for quality educational and reference books and CD-ROMs in the subject areas of agriculture, biology, botany, forestry, ornithology, zoology, marine science, freshwater science, plant science, soil science, natural history, ecology, environment, fire and environmental management.
Pasture Plants of North-west Queensland is one of a two-book set on the flora of north-west Queensland. It is supported by hundreds of photographs for easy identification in the field.
Buy from: AbeBooks Queensland Government Department of Agriculture and Fisheries. 18 Nov Beekeepers have a new tool to keep their colonies healthy, with the publication of a landmark reference book by the Department of Primary Industries (DPI), Honey and Pollen Flora of South-Eastern Australia.
NSW DPI Technical Specialist Bees and author Dr Doug Somerville said the book focuses on the value of key plants to nectar feeding animals in Australia. In this third and final volume of the flora of south-eastern Queensland, species of monocotyledons (including grass species) and 20 species of gymnosperms are described.
Their status as weeds and known poisonous properties are indicated where relevant. The area covered by the flora consists of the pastoral districts of Burnett, Wide Bay, Moreton and Darling Downs.
Flora of South-eastern Queensland. Volume II / T.D. Stanley and E.M. Ross ; contributions by Helen Aston, Peter Taylor ; illustrations by M.A. Saul, G. Rankin Queensland Dept. of. Flora of South-eastern Queensland. Volume II / T.D.
Stanley and E.M. Ross ; contributions by Helen Aston, Peter Taylor ; illustrations by M.A. Saul, G. Rankin ; updates for reprint by L.W. Jessup Queensland Dept. of Primary Industries Brisbane Plants are listed in catalogue form by family, with botanical name, common name, form (whether tree, shrub, vine, etc.), flowering season and natural habitat.
There is an Index to species at the back of the book. This book is invaluable to anyone living in south-eastern Queensland who is interested in the local native species.
Weeds of South-East Queensland and Northern NSW is an identification and information tool covering suburban, rural, environmental and agricultural weeds. It is an invaluable resource used by gardeners, Landcare and Bushcare volunteers, weed control officers, ecologists, agronomists, researchers, students, and others interested in learning more about the weeds found in South-East Queensland and.
Fishpond Australia, Flora of South-Eastern Queensland: Vol 1 by T D Stanley EM RossBuy. Books online: Flora of South-Eastern Queensland: Vol 1,While Australia’s indigenous peoples have long enjoyed the flavours and nutritional benefits of native plants, many Australians have yet to sample the smorgasbord on offer.
In some cases, the flavours imparted by native plants aren’t far removed from introduced ingredients, and can therefore be used in many of the same dishes. The honey flora of South-eastern Queensland.
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Total number of species: Download this information format.Cloth boards in dustjacket. This is the third volume in the series Horticultural Flora of South-eastern Australia. The book covers South Australia, Victoria, Tasmania, New South Wales and southern Queensland.
The series is also a useful guide to temperate plants in .