Gondwanan Heritage: Past, Present and Future of the Western Australian Biota
A text, based on papers given at a symposium in Perth, discusses the plants, fungi and animals of WA. Examines their place in the environment, their evolution, their biology and their interaction as well as the fossil history of the flora and the evolution of genetic systems. The introductory chapter provides an overview, while subsequent chapters are grouped around themes. Includes colour plates, diagrams, charts and an index.
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