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Australian rain-forest trees, excluding the species confined to the tropics.

W. D. Francis

Australian rain-forest trees, excluding the species confined to the tropics.

by W. D. Francis

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Published by A.J. Cumming, Govt. Printer in Brisbane .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Rain forests.,
  • Trees -- Australia

  • Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQK492 F7
    The Physical Object
    Pagination347p.
    Number of Pages347
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17256720M

    IDENTIFYING AUSTRALIAN RAINFOREST PLANTS, TREES and FUNGI - Flickr Group (O identified images submitted by group members. All images are tagged with specialised acronymic tags. Try various tag combinations with a space between each tag to reduce search content returned. eg redarfflowers subtropicalarf. Australian rain-forest trees, excluding the species confined to the tropics. Rain forests; Trees. FamiUi MYETACEAE,. Fig. —Hour Cherry {Eugenia corimantha) on left. On right, Eytidiandra discolor] Cedar Creek, Eumundi, about ° S. On upper left, leaves of Archontophoe%!i>x Cunning] hamii, and lower down leaves of Livisiona mistralis.

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Francis; Australian tropical rain forest plants [electronic resource]: trees, shrubs and vines / B.P.M. Hyland. Get this from a library. Australian rain-forest trees, excluding the species confined to the tropics. [W D Francis]. Identify more than Australian trees and shrubs using descriptions and enlarged images of full tree, bark, leaf, fruit and/or flower samples.

Detailed information on leaf features, bark texture and distribution range are given for each native tree species.

The Rainforest of Australia's East Coast book shows tree identification images in. NEW RELEASE: Rainforests of Australia's East Coast, HAND SIGNED BOOKS; (In Stock) A practical and informative field guide to the identification of native rainforest species.

More than colour photographs, informative graphics, maps and detailed description of more than species. This book is a valuable information source for bushwalkers, students, gardeners and anyone with an interest in.

Title: Australian rain-forest trees, excluding the species confined to the tropics Identifier: australianrainfo00fran (find matches) Year: Authors: Francis, William Douglas Subjects: Rain forests; Trees Publisher: Brisbane: A.

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Australian Rain-forest Trees Hardcover – January 1, by W. Francis; G. Chippendale (Author) out of 5 stars 1 rating. See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from Used from Cited by: australian rain-forest trees, excluding the species confined to the tropics.

(Commonwealth Government of Australia, ) by W. Francis (pp. ) Review by: B. Rendle. Australian tropical rain forests. We also wanted to improve the identification system to make it even easier to identify rain forest plants and gain substantial information about them.

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English: Title: Australian rain-forest trees, excluding the species confined to the tropics Identifier: australianrainfo00fran (find matches) Year: Authors: Francis, William Douglas Subjects: Rain forests; Trees Publisher: Brisbane: A.

Cumming Contributing Library: ASC - York University Libraries Digitizing Sponsor: York University - University of Toronto LibrariesOpis: English: Title: Australian rain-forest trees. Australian trees and shrubs: species for land rehabilitation and farm planting in the tropics.

Abstract This is an extensively revised and enlarged version of a book published in by ACIAR (Multipurpose Australian trees and shrubs: lesser-known species for fuelwood and agroforestry, edited by. For example, scientists measured the species of trees found in a hectare.

(A hectare is a square plot of area that is meters by meters. It's roughly 2 and a half times the size of an acre.) In this size plot, they were finding an average of between 60 to species of trees in a lowland tropical rain forest.The tropical rain forest 1 Tropical trees 2 Species 2 Tropical rain-forest diversity 6 Adaptation 9 The importance of phylogeny 10 The ecological classification of tropical rain-forest trees 13 2 The growing tree 15 Trees: form, mechanics and hydraulics 15 Tree stature 15 Wood 18 Tropical timber 21 The mechanical design of trees 24 Buttresses fallsapart into two parts viz (i) Australian rain forest trees excluding the species confined to the tropics and (ii) Descriptive notes on some rain forests and rain forest trees of tropical Australia.

A good index concludes this copiously illustrated, extremely well-executed, valuable work. C.G.G.J. van Steenis C o r n e r 5 E.J.H. Wayside.