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by Margaret G. Corrick,Bruce A. Fuhrer
Author: Margaret G. Corrick,Bruce A. Fuhrer
Publisher: Bloomings Books (December 2001)
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Wildflowers Of Victoria book. Provides coverage of Victoria's superb native wildflowers with 840 colour photographs. This title includes some of the State's rarest plants as well as many species which are widespread. It contains brief plant descriptions, with notes on habitat and distribution, including occurrences in other States and overseas. Corrick (Author), Bruce A. Fuhrer (Author). This book is a fantastic overview of the diverse flora of southern WA. The book covers all major plant families, with representative examples from every group
Margaret G. The book covers all major plant families, with representative examples from every group. The photographs are very good, and there is a helpful oveview of different habitats at the start of the book. This book isn't meant to be a comprehensive field guide, so don't expect branching keys to identify particular species. What you do get is a colourful overview of the region's great botanical wealth.
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Corrick, Margaret . Fuhrer, Bruce A. (2001). Wildflowers of Victoria and Adjoining Areas. Melbourne, Victoria: Bloomings Books. p. 73. ^ a b c d Benth. grandiflora var. Epacris impressa". a b Bailey, Peter (1988). The Flower – Part 3". Australian Plants 14 (115): 295–96. a b c d e "Epacris impressa". Department of Environment, Water and Natural Resources.
The introduction gives a brief overview of the natural regions of the State with reference to National Parks and bushland areas known for their diversity and richness of flowering plants.
The bulk of the book contains superb color photographs of the flowering plants, the majority taken close up to display the details of individual flowers and leaves. There are brief plant descriptions, with notes on habitat and distribution, including occurrences in other States and overseas.
The text is simply written with a minimum of botanical terms that are covered by an excellent glossary.
Not since the publication in 1968 of Flowers and Plants of Victoria of which Bruce Fuhrer was a joint author, has such a wide selection of the States flora appeared in color in the one volume. Only 50 of the plants illustrated in the book are confined to Victoria and the remainder are found in similar habitats in other States, making the book a useful reference work, particularly in adjoining areas of south-eastern Australia.