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A new educational resource providing details of over 300 significant species that can be found growing in the Clarence Valley is now available at the Clarence Environment Centre (CEC) for $7. each. The DVD provides a PDF fact sheet for each species with a photograph or image and provides scientific and common names, family name, protected status, a brief description, localities and range of occurence and threats faced.

Contact – Clarence Environment Centre. 31 Skinner St. South Grafton. N.S.W. 2460.

email – admin@cec.org.au

 

 

3 Responses to Significant flora of the Clarence Valley

  • John Hancocks says:

    Over the years I’ve photographed local flora images for my own use and copied them to my CD “Some North Coast Flora”, Dr Lachlan Copeland helped identify some of the orchids. Think there’s about 130 plants in all. If you feel I can help – please let me know since I’d have no problems with any of my stuff being used for educational purposes – if suitable. Cheers

    John Hancocks
    Maclean

  • admin says:

    Many Thanks John
    Any assistance in plant I.D. is always welcome. I would be interested in obtaining a copy of your CD if that is possible?
    My blog is focussed on providing free basic information for everyone interested in the Natural History of the Far North Coast. Being able to link with more specific information would provide a boost.
    Cheers
    Jeff Keyes

  • John Hancocks says:

    Jeff – always happy to share, I can drop you a copy or post it, whichever you prefer – will need details of course. Cheers

    John

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