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Christmas Island Naturally. The Natural History of an Isolated Oceanic Island. The Australian Territory of Christmas Island, Indian Ocean.

By Gray, H.S.

Geraldton, WA: The Author, 1981. 133pp, index, col ills, maps, pictorial endpapers. Or boards in jacket. Front jacket panel rippled, gift note on front free endpaper.. Second Printing. Hard Cover. Very Good/Good Plus. Oblong 8vo.


Reptiles and Amphibians of Australia.
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Reptiles and Amphibians of Australia.

By Cogger, Harold G.

Sydney: Reed, 1992. 775pp, bibliography, 2 appendices, hundreds photographs (most color), distribution maps. Red cloth in jacket. Slight edge wear to jacket-a very nice copy. Provides a complete identification keys to the entire Australian herpetofauna. These keys together with hundreds of photographs of living frogs and reptiles, hundreds of distribution maps, line drawings, definitive text and selected references provide a unique and comprehensive guide. First published in 1975, it was revised in 1979, 1983, 1986 and again for this edition in 1992. This edition contains 951 species, 91 more than the previous edition. In addition it features a much greater use of colour than its predecessors.. Fifth Edition, Revised and Expanded . Hard Cover. Very Good/Very Good. 4to.


Acacias of Southeast Australia.

By Tame, Terry.

Sydney: Kangaroo Press, 1992. 206pp, index, appendix, bibliography, line drawings, 220+ col photographs. Or green boards in jacket. Non-authorial presentation note on front free endpaper apparently as prize from Radio 4BC. Scuff/scrape to front free endpaper at hinge side, otherwise a nice copy.. First Edition. Hard Cover. Near Very Good/Very Good. 4to.


Mosquitoes and Memories. Recollections of "Patricia" Marks.

By Marks, Elizabeth N.; Cummins, Kathleen C.

Place Not Stated: The Author, 2004. 295pp, family trees, appendices, bw ills. Or blue faux-leather boards. Near new. Privately published biography of noted Australian entomologist and dipterist Elizabeth Nesta (Patricia) Marks.. First Edition. Hard Cover. Fine. 4to.


The Tasmanian Tiger in Pictures.

By Guiler, Dr. Eric R.

Hobart: St. David's Park Publishing, 1993. 28pp, maps, bw ills. Or pictorial card. Light sticker shadow to rear cover, otherwise near new. . Second Printing. Soft Cover. Very Good. Oblong 4to.


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By Darnowski, Douglas W.

Sydney: Rosenberg Publishing, 2002. 92pp, index, bibliography, appendices, glossary, num col ills. Or pictorial card. Very slight edge wear to cover. Triggerplants are a group of carnivorous plants with the majority of species bing found in Australia.. First Paperback. Soft Cover. Very Good. 4to.


Wild Places of Greater Brisbane.

By Poole, Stephen, et al

Brisbane: Queensland Museum, 2004. xii, 212pp, index, endnotes, num col ills. Or pictorialcard. Minor edge wear to cover.More than 30 of the Brisbane regions outstanding'wild places' selected from National Parks, state forests and conservation reserves.. Fifth Princeton Paperback Printing. Soft Cover. Very Good. 8vo.


Discover the Waterways of South-East Queensland. Waterways Health and Catchemnt Management in South-east Queensland.

By South East Queensland Regional Water Quality Management Strategy Team.

Brisbane: South East Queensland Regional Water Quality Management Strategy., 2001. xi, 155pp, bibliography, glossary, col photographs, maps. Or pictorial card. Slight curl to front cover, very light edge wear to covers.Guide to the health of SEQ waterways and catchments, describing how they function and why they are so important. Includes information on each of the major catchments covering their distinctive characteristics, issues and problems. Also describes projects being undertaken by community groups, industry and government to protect and restore catchment and waterway health.. First Edition. Soft Cover. Very Good. 8vo.


In the Forest

By Kirkpatrick, Jamie: About Trees

Hobart: West Wind Press, 2001. Foreword by Yousef Khanfar. 96 pages, Essay pp10-30, with drawings by Georgina Davis, bibliography, poem: Renaissance by Christina Kirkpatrick, pp 35-96 full- and double-page colour photographs of Temperate Forest, Tropical Forest and Urban Forest. Black cloth boards in dust-jacket. Small indent in rear cover. This is a book of trees. Internationally acclaimed photographer Peter Dombrovskis captures in his images the variety and beauty of forests, in a way that also conveys their signficance in our ecology. Prof Jamie Kirkpatrick expalins how and why these forest work, in scientific terms, and also disucsses their broader values.. First Edition. Hard Cover. Near Fine/Very Good. Illus. by Dombrovskis, Peter (Photographs). 4to.


Queensland: It's Resources And Institutions: Queensland An Introductory Essay: The Mineral Industries Of Queensland: Agriculture in Queensland: The Sugar Industry Of Queensland: The Pastoral Industry In Queensland: Horticulture: Hints To Immigrants.


Brisbane: James Charles Beal, Government Printer, 1886. TITLES CONTINUE: Education in Queensland: The Commerce and Industries in Queensland: A Practical Essay Upon Bush Life In Queensland: The Flora of Queensland: Handbook of Geology: Contribution to Pharmacy from Queensland: A Popular Sketch of the Natural History of Queensland: Emigration to Queensland- How to Get to That Colony: How to Settle on the Land in the Colony of Queensland. Issued In Connection With The Colonial And Indian Exhibition, 1886. v, 20, 12, 2623, 18, 10, 12, 44, 14, 107, 15, 31,8, 6ppbw text ills, large folding map of Queensland at start of 'Handbook of Quensland Geology. Or brown cloth with leather corners, leather spine covered with brown paper tape repair which is splitting on spine. Long crudely repaired tear to top left of map not affecting the image, several short tears and small splits at map folds. Tear to bottom left of title page to Geology. Occasional marks/numbers in coloured pencil. Label of Queensland Geological Survey to front pastedown, along with a couple of later labels (pastedown and spine). Much nicer than it sounds and extemely scarce. . First in Book Form. Hard Cover. Good. 8vo.


The Soils of the Canberra District. Soils and Land Use Series No. 58

By Sleeman, J.R.; Walker, P.H.

Canberra: CSIRO, 1979. iv, 499pp, appendices, map, diagrams, folding map in rear pocket. Or light blue card. Creased along bottom edge creased at top corner of latter pages.. First Edition. Soft Cover. Very Good. Small 4to.


A Field Guide to Frogs of Australia : From Port Augusta to Fraser Island including Tasmania
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A Field Guide to Frogs of Australia : From Port Augusta to Fraser Island including Tasmania

By Robinson, Martyn

Sydney: Reed / Australian Museum., 1996. 112pp, index, glossary, maps, num col photos. Pictorial card covers. Light edge wear to cover. Excellent field guide to the frogs of Eastern and Souther Australia. A key, with drawings of distinguishing features, plus a colour photograph and distribution map of each frog, will enable you to identify your species.. Reprint. Soft Cover. Very Good. 8vo.


The Huon Pine Story. A History of Harvest and Use of a Unique Timber.

By Kerr, Garry; McDermott, Harry.

Portland, Vic.: Mainsail Books, 1999. HEAVY. 299pp, index, glossary, appendices, endnotes, num bw & col ills, endpaper maps. Or black boards in pictorial jacket. Spine slightly cocked (leaning). SIGNED by author on title page. . Signed by Author. First Edition. Hard Cover. Very Good/Very Good. 4to.


The Wombeyan Experience. A Guide to the Wombeyan Caves, New South Wales.

By Henderson, Kent.

Geelong: Neptune Press, 1985. 56pp, maps, num col photos. Or pictorial card. Small creases near aspine. Several loosely inserted related sheets. Includes Fig Tree Cave, Wollondilly cave, Kooringa cave, Junction cave and Mulwaree cave along with local flora and fauna, local bush walks and historical and tourism information.. First Edition. Soft Cover. Very Good. 4to.


Land Degradation Survey New South Wales 1987-1988.

By Graham, O.P; Emery, K.A.; Abraham, N.A.; Johnston, D.; Pattemore, V.J.; Cunningham, G.M.

Sydney: Soil conservation Service of New South Wales., 1988. 32pp, col ills, maps, loosely inserted plastic map overlay. Or pictorial card. Slightest of edge wear. . First Edition. Soft Cover. Very Good. Oblong 4to.


Bungle Bungle Working Group. final Report to the Environmental Protection Authority.

By Department of Conservation & Environment, Western Australia.

Perth: Department of Conservation and Environment., 1986. xiii, 80pp, appendices, references, bw ills, maps (1 folding). Or pictorial card. Slightest of edge wear.. First Edition. Soft Cover. Very Good. 4to.


The Torres Strait Prawn Fishery. An Economic Analysis.

By Reid, Chris; Collins, Peter; Battaglene, Tony.

Canberra: ABARE , 1993. vii, 52pp, references, appendix, graphs/tables. Or stapled card. Prev owner initials to front.. First Edition. Soft Cover. Very Good. 8vo.


Nature Conservation Resources in Australia (1980) Occasional Paper No. 5.

By Hinchey, M.D. (editor)

Canberra: Australian National Parks and Wildlife Service, 1981. 51pp. Or stapled card. Slight edge wear. . First Edition. Soft Cover. Very Good. Small 4to.


The Flying Fox (Pteropus) in Australia. [Council for Scientific Research Bulletin No. 53]

By Ratcliffe, F.N.

Melbourne: Council for Scientific and Industrial Research, 1931. 81pp, 2 bw plates, map. Or grey wraps. Bottom rear corner missing, bottom corner last page creased otherwise very nice. Report of co-operative work conducted on behalf of the Council fo Scientific Research, the New South Wales Department of Agriculture and the Queensland Home Secretary's Department.. First Edition. Soft Cover. Very Good. 8vo.


Water Management Plan for the MacQuarie Marshes 1986.

By Department of Water Resources National Parks and Wildlife Services.

Sydney: Department of Water Resources National Parks and Wildlife Services., 1986. 23pp, 3 folding figures, appendix,col ills. Or pictorial card. Light edge wear. . First Edition. Soft Cover. Very Good. 4to.


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