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Vegetation survey of Queensland. South Central Queensland



Vegetation survey of Queensland. South Central Queensland



Queensland Botany Bulletin (3): v + 285



The vegetation of South Central Queensland (22.2 million ha, bounded by latitudes 25 degrees and 29 degrees S. and longitudes 144 degrees and 149 degrees E.) is mapped primarily on structural formations but the distribution of predominant species is also shown. The area is dominated by Acacia spp. (most extensively A. aneura) tall open-shrublands to low woodlands in the W., with Eucalyptus spp. (most extensively E. populnea) open woodlands and woodlands dominating in the E.

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