Wildflowers of Shark Bay

Wildflowers of Shark Bay

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Wildflowers of Shark Bay.  

Bush Books  (CALM)


The plant communities of this region are as varied as its landscapes. They include the world's largest undersea meadows of seagrasses, mangrove woodlands, succulent shrublands, the herbfields of gypsum-filled hollows known as birridas, and the low, wind-pruned heath of the Zuytdorp Cliffs. Though it has no tall forests, rivers or major wetlands, the area is exceedingly rich in plants. More than 850 species have been recorded, including more than 50 that are known only from this area.

The plants in this book are arranged alphabetically by family so that related plants are close together. This book will enable you to easily identify and appreciate the beauty of some of the more common plants found in the Shark Bay World Heritage Area.

Additional product information

ISBN: 9.78E+12
Size: 150mm x 100mm
Pages: 72 pages
Binding: Soft laminated cover. Staple binding.
Publication Date: 1997
Images (Colour or Mono) Full Colour
Author and/or publisher Department of Conservation and Land Management W.A (CALM)

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