The Names of Acacias of New South Wales with a guide to pronunciation of botanical names

The Names of Acacias of New South Wales with a guide to pronunciation of botanical names

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Derivation of Acacia names.

The Names of Acacias of New South Wales with a guide to pronunciation of botanical names

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Acacia is the most ubiquitous and species-rich of all the Australian genera and its species in New South Wales are found in almost all environments, whether subalpine, arid, rainforest or sea-coast. Through this important and prominent group, Hall and Johnson show the diverse ways in which plants are named and tell of the people commemorated by many of the names. An extra bonus is the guide to pronunciation of botanical names. This small book has a surprisingly wide scope as the extensive knowledge and thorough scholarship of Hall and Johnson connect us with aspects of natural diversity, history and language. Soft cover, 69pgs, glossary, bibliography. Near new, some marks on cover. .

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Short Description Derivation of Acacia names.
Weight (g) 223.0000
Author Norman Hall & L.A.S. Johnson
Publisher Royal Botanic Gardens Sydney
Date Published 1993
ISBN 0731001184
Size 250mm x 173mm

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