Waterplants in Australia by G. R. Sainty

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Published by Australian Water Resources Council, Sainty & Associates in [Australia?], Darlinghurst, Australia .

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  • Aquatic plants -- Australia -- Identification.

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StatementG.R. Sainty and S.W.L. Jacobs ; illustrations, Christine Payne.
ContributionsJacobs, S. W. L., Payne, Christine., National Coordinating Committee on Aquatic Weeds.
LC ClassificationsQK431 .S25 1988
The Physical Object
Pagination144 p. :
Number of Pages144
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL1789646M
ISBN 100731614968
LC Control Number89186109

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