Series: Bush Books

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Animals of Shark Bay by Carolyn Thomson
Beachcomber's guide to South-West beaches by Carolyn Thomson
Bugs in the backyard by Barbara York Main
Bush tucker : plants of the South-West by Brad Daw
Common birds in the backyard by Carolyn Thomson
Common birds of the South-West forests by Carolyn Thomson
Common trees of the South-West forests by Judy Wheeler
Common Wildflowers of the South-West Forests by Andrew Brown
Frogs of Western Australia by Carolyn Thomson-Dans
FUNGI OF THE SOUTH-WEST FORESTS ( Bush Books ) by Andrew Robinson
Geology & landforms of the south-west (Bush books) by I. A Copp
Mammals of North-Western Australia by Carolyn Thomson-Dans
Mammals of the South-West (Bush books) by Brent Johnson
Orchids of the South-West by Andrew Brown
Snakes of Western Australia by David J. Pearson
Whales & dolphins of Western Australia by Carolyn Thomson
Wildflowers of the South coast by Judy Wheeler
Wildflowers of the Stirling Range by Sarah Barrett

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Also avoid publisher series, unless the publisher has a true monopoly over the "works" in question. So, the Dummies guides are a series of works. But the Loeb Classical Library is a series of editions, not of works.

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