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Floristics of reserves and bushland areas in the Busselton Region (System 1) / by B.J. Keighery, G.J. Keighery and N. Gibson
Bib ID 1455001
Format BookBook
Author
Keighery, Bronwen
 
Description Nedlands [W.A.] : Wildflower Society of W.A., 1996- 
v <Pts I-IV> : ill., maps ; 30 cm. 
ISBN 0958701105 (paperback) (pts IIV)
Partial contents Parts I-IV, November 1996. 
Notes

Includes bibliographies.

Subjects Botany -- Western Australia -- Busselton region.
Other authors/contributors Gibson, Neil (Neil Laurence)  |  Keighery, Bronwen  |  Wildflower Society of Western Australia

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