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Mallee Plants of SA and Vic.

Version 2.0

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Mallee Plants of SA and Vic.

William Higham

Reference, Education

IOS
GBP 2.99


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This app for iPhone/iPad/iPod touch is ideal for anyone wanting to identify and learn more about the beauty and diversity of the plants of the South Australian and Victorian mallee. It is easy to use in the field without or with some botanical knowledge.

* This extensive app describes 775 of the approximately 2500 plant species found in the South Australian and Victorian mallee.

* The app includes most of the commonly found species, as well as some of the rarer ones and both native and introduced species.

* Not just a wildflower app, many of the mallee Ferns, Grasses, Conifers, Rushes, Sedges, Saltbushes and Bluefishes are covered.

* With over 6,000 images, usually with four 'pages' of photographs per species typically showing the plant form, leaves, flowers and fruit.

* Each species has a text description of plant form, size and shape of leaves, flowers and fruits, flowering time, and its distribution within the mallee.

* Functional and easy to use plants have been divided into 24 groups with sub-divisions within each group based on characteristics such as flower colour, fruit shape, or plant height.

* The search facility allows users with some plant knowledge to list species based on family, scientific or common name.

* A detailed glossary of more than 150 botanical terms as well as diagrammatic descriptions for various flower head forms, flower anatomy and leaf shapes.

* No internet connection is required after the app is downloaded.

* As this is a large file please be patient with the initial download.

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Release notes


- Now with 775 plant species.
- Updated plant names.
- Image and text edits.



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