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The macquarie marshes of inland northern new south wales australia

, : The macquarie marshes of inland northern new south wales australia. Australia Commonwealth Scientific & Industrial Research Organization Division of Land Use Research Technical Paper (41): 1-22

The Macquarie Marshes, which form a wetland area of .apprx. 40,000 ha in semi-arid inland northern New South Wales, are described in terms of 4 landform types and 10 vegetation types. A map of the vegetation types and a list of plants collected, together with their usual habitat, are presented. The Marshes are still in a semi-natural state, but this is being affected by water regulatory works and livestock farming. More effective measures of protection are needed to preserve the variety of native plant and birdlife of the Marshes.

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