Botany of Rotorua

Author(s): Ecroyd, Chris

Natural History

BOTANY OF ROTORUA by Brucer Clarkson. This book tells the story of the plant life in and around Rotorua. The diversity of terrain - soils, lakes, hydrothermal, volcanic - gives rise to a wide range of habitats accommodating a diversity of plant inhabitants. The Rotorua Lakes Ecological District is home to a fascinating array of native and introduced plants, from the micro-algae of the hot pools to giant rainforest rimu. Brief introductory sections describe the vulcanism, soils and plant habitat. A history of the vegetation is given next, and after that each of the main plant communities or plant groups is described and illustrated. This book will serve as an extremely valuable guide for those interested in plant life found in the Rotorua District. ISBN: 9780477021555 Title: BOTANY OF ROTORUA Author: CLARKSON BRUCE Year: 1991 Format: PAPERBACK  Pages: 132 Dimension: 296mm X 208mm

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