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Title:FLORA OF AUSTRALIA, Volume 29, solanaceae
Price:AUD$60.00 (about USD$40.30)
Item ID:MA00-9785
Publisher:Australian Governent Publishing Service, Canberra, 1982
Binding:Hard Cover
Condition:Fine in Fine dust jacket
Australian Governent Publishing Service, 1982, Hard Cover, Book Condition: Fine in Fine dust jacket, First

viii, 208 pages, illustrated, In this volume all 206 species of the family Solanaceae known to be indigenous or naturalised in Australia are described. The family includes important toxic plants, weeds and drug plants.The family Solanaceae in Australia contains 140 indigenous species such as boxthorn, wild tobacco, wild tomato, Pituri and tailflower. The 66 naturalised members include nightshade, tomato, thornapple, petunia, henbane, capsicum and Cape Gooseberry.There are keys for the identification of all genera and species. References are given for accepted names and synonyms. Maps are provided showing the distribution of nearly all species. Many are illustrated by line drawings or colour plates. Notes on habitat, variation and relationships are included.The volume is based on the most recent taxonomic research on the Solanaceae in Australia.; 255 x 180mm
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