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A Photographic Guide to the Trees of New Zealand by Lawrie Metcalf
  

A Photographic Guide to the Trees of New Zealand

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Synopsis

A Photographic Guide to the Trees of New Zealand by Lawrie Metcalf

Two titles continue this well-known series: A Photographic Guide to Trees of New Zealand, written and photographed by Lawrie Metcalf, and A Photographic Guide to Birds of New Zealand, written and photographed by Geoff Moon. In A Photographic Guide to Trees of New Zealand, fact-filled descriptions highlighting key identification features of New Zealand trees are supported by distribution maps and one or more full colour photographs of each of over 100 species. Compact and easy to use, these new books are ideal for anyone with an active interest in natural history.

About the Author

Lawrie Metcalf is one of New Zealand's foremost authorities on New Zealand flora. For 22 years he was the Assistant Director of the Christchurch Botanic Gardens and since his retirement in 1992, he has written and photographed some half dozen comprehensive gardening guides.

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Book Info

Publication date

1st April 2002

Author

Lawrie Metcalf

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Publisher

New Holland Publishers (NZ) Ltd

Format

Paperback
128 pages

Categories

Trees, wildflowers & plants

ISBN

9781877246579

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