A Curious and diverse flora. Parts 1-5

Australia, 1981

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Australian flora is shown as first discovered by Europeans in Botany Bay. Other Australian flora is shown from the isolated area of South Western Australia and from Tasmania. The distinctive flora of eucalypt forests and tropical rainforests is also shown. The program is in five parts. Written and presented by Dr. Peter Valder. Suitable for middle and upper secondary levels.

Credits

production company

CSIRO

Australian Academy of Science

producer

Nicholas Alexander

director
Duration

00:59:36:00

Production places
Australia
Production dates
1981

Collection metadata

ACMI Identifier

323569

Language

English

Subject categories

Animals & Wildlife → Nature study

Climate, Environment, Natural Resources & Disasters → Botany - Australia

Climate, Environment, Natural Resources & Disasters → Eucalyptus

Climate, Environment, Natural Resources & Disasters → Natural history

Climate, Environment, Natural Resources & Disasters → Plants - Adaptation

Climate, Environment, Natural Resources & Disasters → Plants - Australia

Climate, Environment, Natural Resources & Disasters → Rain forests - Australia

Educational & Instructional

Educational & Instructional → Educational films

Short films

Short films → Short films - Australia

Sound/audio

Sound

Colour

Colour

Holdings

16mm film; Access Print (Section 1)

VHS; Access Print (Section 1)

16mm film; Limited Access Print (Section 2)

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