The Plants of New South Wales

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    THIS is a handy little book providing a compact guide for naming flowers in the field by means of analytical tables od similar lines to Gremli's well-known flora of Switzerland, but localities are omitted. The author lays stress on the extensive use made of vegetative characters for identification, with which there can only be entire agreement so long as the characters are determinative.

    The Plants of New South Wales.

    By W. A. Dixon. Pp. xxxiv + 322. (Sydney: Angus and Robertson, 1906.) Price 6s. net.

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    The Plants of New South Wales . Nature 75, 366–367 (1907). https://doi.org/10.1038/075366f0

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