Kenneally, Kevin; Carolyn Thomson-Dns, Chris Done, Judy Wheeler

The Kimberley Region of Western Australia covers 420,000 square kilometres and supports a diverse and spectacular flora of more than 2000 plant species.  Many Kimberley plants have an improitant place in the culture of the local Aboriginal people, and are used either as a food source, to manufacture implements or indicate changes in the seasons.

Covers more than 30 of the more common plant species you are likely to encounter as you immerse yourself in this beautiful part of the world.  The plants in this pocket  book are arranged alphabetically by plant family, so that related plants are close together.

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Department of Biodiversity, Conservation and Attractions, 1996. Revised edition 2018 (Bush Book Series).  72 pages, paperback, pocket book colour photographs throughout, map