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The conservation of major plant associations in South Australia / by Richard J-P. Davies ; cartography by L.E. Padgham
Bib ID 810502
Format BookBook
Author
Davies, Richard J.-P
 
Description Adelaide, S. Aust. : Conservation Council of South Australia, 1982 
v, 367 p. : ill., maps ; 30 cm. 
ISBN 095938622X (paperback)
Series

Wildlife Conservation Fund Research Grant Project report.

Notes

3 maps on 3 folded leaves in pocket.

Includes index.

Bibliography: p. 344-359.

Subjects Plant conservation -- South Australia.  |  Plant communities -- South Australia.
Other authors/contributors Padgham, L. E. (Lois E.)  |  Conservation Council of South Australia

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