Published December 1986
by Australian Government Publishing Service .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||216|
A second book, Southern Australian Liverworts, written by Scott, with illustrations and assistance by Bruce Fuhrer and Rod Seppelt, was published in The aim was similar to that of the moss book, namely the production of a readily available identification manual. At the beginning of the book there is a section which gives a general introduction to mosses and the history of their study in Australia.) Scott, GAM. (). Southern Australian Liverworts. Australian Government Publishing Service, Canberra. (An identification guide written for people serious about Australian liverworts.) Scott, GAM.& Stone. Checklist of Australian Liverworts & Hornworts. Updated: 6 April Scott & Bradshaw's "Australian liverworts (Hepaticae): annotated list of binomials and checklist of published species with bibliography" (Brunonia 8: 1–, ) documented the names, literature and distribution of Australian liverworts and hornworts up to Catalogue of Australian Liverworts and Hornworts (P.M. The Use of Locally Native Trees and Shrubs in the Southern Riverina. Produced by: Driver, M. and Porteners, M. F. () Royal Botanic Gardens, Sydney. Trees and Shrubs of the North-west Slopes. Produced by: Carr, D. () Greening Australia, Armidale NSW. Food and forestry Books. Bush Tucker: Australia's Wild Food Harvest.
A richly illustrated, full-colour identification guide to almost mosses, liverworts and hornworts in southern Australia. The book includes an introduction to the bryophytes, information on the collection, storage and naming of specimens, indentification keys, descriptions, thumb-nail anatomical sketches and more than beautiful colour photographs. OUT OF PRINT. A richly illustrated, full-colour identification guide to almost mosses, liverworts and hornworts in southern Australia. The book includes an introduction to the bryophytes, information on the collection, storage and naming of specimens, identification keys, descriptions, thumbnail anatomical sketches and more than beautiful colour photographs (mostly half-page). A book on bryophytes, A Field Guide to the Mosses and Allied Plants of Southern Australia, D. Australian National Botanical Gardens, Welcome to the world of Australian . Scott, GAM. Southern Australian Liverworts. ABRS, Canberra, A technical taxonomic monograph with identification keys, species descriptions, drawings and black and white photos. Scott GAM & Stone, IG. The Mosses of Southern Australia. Academic Press,
A Flora of the Liverworts and Hornworts of New Zealand: Volume 1 p Online version - ²Schuster, R. Austral Hepaticae Part 2, ISBN ; pp - ³Scott, G.A.M., Southern Australian Liverworts, Australian Flora and Fauna Series #2, . SOUTHERN RIGHT WHALE RECOVERY PLAN - Yes: Approved: 19/05/ AM: Michelle Tongerie: Marine parks; Threatened species; Research: 7 KB Southern Australian Liverworts (book review) The lichens of South Australia (book review) APC Precursor Papers 1 Stackhousia subterranea a new name and revised circumscription for S gunnii Hookf StackhousiaceaeCelastraceae. Southern Australian Liverworts book review. studies in Australian hepatics will rest. Scott, G.A.M. (). 'Southern Australian Liverworts', pp. , with black-and-white photographs. (Published in Australian Flora and Fauna Series Number 2 by Australian Government Publishing Service, Canberra). Soft-bound. A$ Graham H. Bell State Herbarium of South Australia.