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The Aldinga Scrub Conservation Park : a report on its history and natural values / edited by E.M. Wollaston for the Nature Conservation Society of South Australia
Bib ID 909458
Format BookBook
Description Adelaide : The Society, 1989 
109 p. : ill. (some col.), maps ; 21 cm. 
ISBN 0949751138
Notes

Includes bibliographical references.

Subjects Natural history - South Australia - Aldinga Region.  |  Botany - South Australia - Aldinga Region.  |  Zoology - South Australia - Aldinga Region.  |  Ecological surveys - South Australia - Aldinga Region.  |  Aldinga Scrub Conservation Park (S. Aust.)
Other authors/contributors Wollaston, E. M  |  Nature Conservation Society of South Australia

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