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1st, June 2021
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Species listed: 469 (including 26 invasive, introduced species)
These web pages show Australian tree images and supply text descriptions to assist in the identification of native species. There is an emphasis on rainforest tree pictures showing leaf, bark, flower and/or fruit samples at enlarged sizes by All Creative Designs®.
NEW: Using Fruit Characteristics in the Identification of Australian Tree Species
This web page aims to explain botanical definitions of (tree) fruits in a comprehensible manner and uses photographic illustrations to describe different fruit types. Fruit Characteristics (last updated: February 2021)
Identification Key: Native Trees of Australia's East Coast
This identification key refers to trees & shrubs listed on the Australian Tree Web Pages. Key to Species (last updated: June 2021).
How to identify Australian trees by leaf characteristics? This web page explains how leaf characteristics are used to identify native Australian trees and shrubs: Leaf Characteristics (last updated: February 2021)
Using Flowers Characteristics in the Identification of Australian Tree Species
The anatomy and arrangement of flowers (botanical; inflorescence) are illustrated on this web page. Flower Characteristics (last updated: February 2021)
Using Bark Characteristics in the Identification of Australian Tree Species
This web page describes different bark types to assist in the identification of native Australian tree species:
Bark Identification (last updated: January 2019).
Fungi Identification Web Page
Extended Fungi Web Page 2021
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NEW RELEASE: Rainforests of Australia's East Coast, HAND SIGNED BOOKS; (In Stock) A practical and informative field guide to the identification of native rainforest species. More than 800 colour photographs, informative graphics, maps and detailed description of more than 300 species.
This book is a valuable information source for bushwalkers, students, gardeners and anyone with an interest in Australia’s native flora.
The book was written and illustrated by the author of the tree identification web pages.
New Holland Publishers: May 2019
Format: Paperback with PVC
Pages: 304 pp.
Size: 23 cm high x 15 cm wide
Full Colour Photography
Rainforests: Identification - Evolution - Reproduction
Dedicated photography of rainforest species including; mosses, mushrooms, lichens, slime moulds, ferns, conifers, flowering trees, climbing plants, orchids and palms enable the reader to identify commonly encountered species.
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How to recognise Australian tree families and genera.
A practical field guide to the identification of native species. More than 200 full colour photographs and detailed descriptions explaining leaf, bark, flower, fruit and other tree characteristics. The guide was written and illustrated by the author of these web pages.
New Holland Publishers: January 2016
Format: Paperback with PVC
Pages: 128 pp.
Size: 13 cm wide x 18 cm high