The second in a series of highly illustrated natural history books that provides a wonderful introduction to identifying Australian plants and animals.
This authoritative reference work is the essential guide to Australia's unique and fascinating trees. It features more than 325 species from all parts of the continent. Each tree is beautifully illustrated and described in detail in clear, concise language and there are distribution maps for every species. To make identification fast and simple, there is also a unique, easy-to-use visual key.
- Publication Date:
- 01 / 07 / 2013
- 130 x 200mm
Cronin's Key Guide to Australian Trees
The book covers Australian trees in very clear detail. Goes through how to recognize and name the different trees by catorgorizing the leaf shape. Making it pretty easy to find the tree's name. It also covers palms and fruit/nut shape of Eucalypt for easy identification of each variety. Each variety takes up half a page with colour drawings, description, habitats etc. At roughly the size of a paper back it's small enough to take out on your next ramble!