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Journal of the Department of Agriculture, Western Australia, Series 4

Keywords

Stirling Ranges (W.A.), Wild flowers, Western Australia

First Page Number

50

Last Page Number

54

Abstract

TWO hundred miles south-east of Perth, the Stirling Range rises abruptly from the surrounding plain. About forty miles long, it is a line of semi-isolated hills, rather than a continuous block.

There are many intriguing plants of diverse colour and form. Well over 400 species are known from the Range. A number of these are found no-where else, and some are restricted to one mountain.

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