UWA Publishing, October 2014. 350 pages, Quarto, paperback, colour photographs, maps.
OUT OF PRINT. Named as one of the world’s 25 ‘biodiversity hotspots’, Southwest Australia is a region increasingly recognised for its high levels of plant biodiversity and endemism. This publication has been assembled with current research and understanding about the southwestern Australian flora, the greatest richness of which is on the sandplain, especially on the most nutrient-impoverished soils. To be able to conserve threatened species, the animals that depend upon them, and the habitats they live in, we need to understand their functioning in the past and present, to protect them for the future.
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