Brown, Andrew

The south-west of Western Australia has more than 350 terrestrial orchid species. These are found in a diverse range of heaths, sandplains, seasonally wet swamplands and river courses to tall forests, arid and semi-arid deserts, rocky outcrops and mountain peaks.

The area covered is between Kalbarri, Augusta and Esperance, but many of the orchids pictured in the book can be found during a day trip from Perth.

This book covers a selection of some of the most common orchids you might encounter when travelling through the south-west, along with a few of the rarer species that you can find through careful searching.

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Department of Biodiversity, Conservation and Attractions, 1999. (Bush Books series).  72 pages, paperback, pocket book colour photographs throughout