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An Island in suburbia : the natural and social history of Toohey Forest / edited by C.P. Catterall and C.J. Wallace
Bib ID 1846058
Format BookBook
Description Brisbane : Institute of Applied Environmental Research, Griffith University, c1987 
viii, 208 p., [1] folded leaf of plates : ill., maps ; 30 cm. 
ISBN 0868573604
Notes

Includes bibliographies.

Subjects Forest ecology - Queensland - Toohey Forest.  |  Forest plants - Queensland - Toohey Forest.  |  Forest fauna - Queensland - Toohey Forest.  |  Toohey Forest (Qld.)
Other authors/contributors Wallace, C. J  |  Catterall, C. (Carla)  |  Griffith University. Institute of Applied Environmental Research

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