2 edition of Ecology and agronomy of tussac grass found in the catalog.
Ecology and agronomy of tussac grass
J. H. McAdam
by Department of Agricultural Botany, The Queen"s University of Belfast in [Belfast]
Written in English
|Statement||by J.H. McAdam and D.W.H. Walton (incorporating data from A.O. Carter).|
|Contributions||Walton, D. W. H. 1945-, Carter, A. O., Queen"s University of Belfast. Department of Agricultural Botany.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 150 p. :|
|Number of Pages||150|
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formed the ecology of this archipelago—the near elimination of tussac grass being one of the most notable changes. g back to early accounts of tussac grass in the ‘Falklands’, this paper cap‐ tures its discovery, exploitation and current stage of renewal, including a closer. Cobb's wren (Troglodytes cobbi) is a fairly small ( cm) wren which is endemic to the Falkland was formerly classified as a subspecies of the house wren (Troglodytes aedon) but is now commonly considered to be a separate species due to differences in plumage, voice, ecology and morphology.
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