Field Guides

Here is the ever-expanding list of the field guides I use:

Plants
Wildflowers of the Narrandera and Cocoparra Ranges – Eric Whiting

‘Bidgee Bush: An identification guide to common native plant species of the South Western Slopes of New South Wales – Karen Walker, Geoff Burrows and Lynne McMahon

Grassland Flora: a field guide for the Southern Tablelands (NSW & ACT) – David Eddy, Dave Mallinson, Rainer Rehwinkel and Sarah Sharp

Field guide to Eucalypts, volume one: south-eastern Australia (3rd edition) – M. I. H. Brooker & D. A. Kleinig.

Weeds of the Riverina

Weeds of the Goulburn Broken: A Field Guide to Terrestrial and Aquatic Weeds (3rd edition)

Recognising Water Weeds: Plant Identification Guide – NSW Department of Industry and Investment (available online here)

Mosses of Dry Forests in South-Eastern Australia – Cassia Read and Bernard Slattery

 

Mammals

Tracks, Scats and Other Traces: A Guide to Australian Mammals (revised edition) – Barbara Triggs

A Field Guide to the Mammals of Australia – Peter Menkhorst & Frank Knight

 

Birds
Field Guide to the Birds of Australia (7th edition) – Simpson and Day

Bringing Back Birds: A Glovebox Guide – Greening Australia

 

Reptiles

Reptiles of the NSW Murray Catchment – Damien Michael and David Lindenmayer

 

Amphibians
Frogs: A glovebox guide (the highlands, tablelands, and slopes of southern and central New South Wales) – David Hunter

A Field Guide to Frogs of Australia: From Port Augusta to Fraser Island including Tasmania – Martyn Robinson

 

Invertebrates
Pests, Diseases, Ailments and Allies of Australian Plants – David L. Jones, W. Rodger Elliot, and Sandra R. Jones

Spider Watch: A Guide to Australian Spiders – Bert Brunet

The Waterbug Book – John Gooderham and Edward Tsyrlin

A Field Guide to Insects in Australia (3rd edition) – Paul Zborowski and Ross Storey

 

And much credit goes to the internet, and the very helpful resources thereon.

 

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