Common Plants of Australia's Top End

Diane Napier, Nicholas Smith, Lesley Alford, Jacinda Brown

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    Abstract

    As you travel through the Top Endand notice the plants, you may wonder at the distinctive spiralling pandanus or the striking fern-leaved grevillea with its flame-coloured flowers. This booklet provides you with an opportunity to identify and learn more about the most common plants in this dynamic environment.

    This booklet is largely self explanatory, with botanical terminology kept to a minimum and a focus placed on photographs to help identify the plants. The text covers key features to help with identification, including bark, leaves, flowers, fruit and the plant's growth form (shrub, tree or herb).
    Original languageEnglish
    Place of PublicationSouth Australia
    PublisherGecko Books
    Number of pages77
    ISBN (Print)9780980852523
    Publication statusPublished - 2012

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    Pandanus
    Grevillea
    flowers
    terminology
    ferns and fern allies
    travel
    photographs
    herbs
    bark
    shrubs
    plant growth
    fruits
    leaves

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    Napier, D., Smith, N., Alford, L., & Brown, J. (2012). Common Plants of Australia's Top End. South Australia: Gecko Books.
    Napier, Diane ; Smith, Nicholas ; Alford, Lesley ; Brown, Jacinda. / Common Plants of Australia's Top End. South Australia : Gecko Books, 2012. 77 p.
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