A Guide to Flowers and Plants of Tasmania
Field Naturalists Club
Published by Reed New Holland, ISBN 1 87633 4355
An excellent non-technical guide to the more frequently
found Tasmanian vegetation. Combines text with 300 colour
photographs for easy identification. The guide covers habitats
from montane to coastal and most in between.
Alpine Tasmania - An illustrated guide to the
flora and vegetation
Published by Oxford University Press, ISBN 0 19 553753 X
An outstanding guide to the flora and vegetation of Tasmania's
alpine regions by the noted conservation ecologist and plant
geographer, Professor Jamie Kirkpatrick. Includes 400 high
quality line drawings and 24 colour plates by the renowned
wilderness photographer, the late Peter Dombrovskis.
The Ferns of Tasmania - Their ecology and distribution
Published by Tasmanian Forest Research Council Inc.,
ISBN 0 7246 3519 X
Perhaps the most definitive text dedicated to the Tasmanian
ferns and their allies by the recognised authority in this
field, Michael Garrett. The book contains extensive ecology,
distribution, propagation and cultural information as well
as field keys for all Tasmanian genera. All described species
are illustrated with high quality colour photographs.
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