Flora of New South Wales, Volume 2
Gwen Jean Harden
UNSW Press, 2001 - Nature - 720 pages
This is a comprehensive revision of Volume 2 of the classic reference series, Flora of New South Wales, produced in association with the Royal Botanic Gardens, Sydney. The revision brings the work up to date by incorporating recent developments such as changes to species names, significant changes to classifications, as well as information on newly described plants. - Changes are integrated throughout the text. The plates have also been updated. Important native groups covered in Volume 2 include the Myrtaceae (which includes the Eucalypts) and Proteaceae (which includes the Grevilleas, Banksia and the state floral emblem, the Waratah). Both groups have been significantly reorganized.
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