May 2012 Bestsellers

31 May 2012

Botanical art books are still going strong with the publication of A Banksia album, this book brings together works from artists such as Celia Rosser, Adam Forster and John Gould. Also flying off the shelves is the new edition of Neville Bonney's bestselling book Knowing, growing and eating edible wild native plants for southern Australia now includes seaweed and fungi.

  1. A Banksia album: 200 years of botanical illustration by Alexander George (Stock ID 34037)

  2. Australian medicinal plants: a complete guide to identification and usage by E.V. Lassak and T. McCarthy (Stock ID 33523)

  3. Knowing, growing and eating edible wild native plants for southern Australia by Neville Bonney (Stock ID 34322)

  4. Field guide to plants of the dry tropics by David Lindenmayer and Philip Gibbons (Stock ID 33992)

  5. Field guide to plants of the dry tropics by Keith Townsend (Stock ID 33731)

  6. Mr J.W. Lewin: painter and naturalist by Richard Neville (Stock ID 34028)

  7. Field guide to snakes of the Pilbara: Western Australia by Brian Bush, and Brad Maryan. (Stock ID 34121)

  8. A natural history of Australian bats: working the night shift by Greg Richards, Les Hall and Steve Parish. (Stock ID 33791)

  9. Australian marine life: the plants and animals of temperate waters by Graham J. Edgar (Stock ID 34087)

  10. Flammable Australia: fire regimes, biodiversity and ecosystems in a changing world by Ross A. Bradstock,  A. Malcolm Gill, and Richard J. Williams. (Stock ID 33896)