The Resource Reconstructing the ethnobotany of a depleted flora : food plant availability in the Murchison Basin, Western Australia, prior to European arrival, R. Esmee Webb

Reconstructing the ethnobotany of a depleted flora : food plant availability in the Murchison Basin, Western Australia, prior to European arrival, R. Esmee Webb

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Reconstructing the ethnobotany of a depleted flora : food plant availability in the Murchison Basin, Western Australia, prior to European arrival
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Reconstructing the ethnobotany of a depleted flora
Title remainder
food plant availability in the Murchison Basin, Western Australia, prior to European arrival
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R. Esmee Webb
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eng
Summary
Examines the pre history of the Murchison Basin of Western Australia; area supported a viable hunter-gatherer population of the Yamaji group; discusses plant abundance, traditional food habits; appendix lists scientific and common names of native plants and fungi within the Basin and their dietary and medicinal use
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Webb, R. Esmée
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  • Aboriginal Australians
  • Plants, Edible
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Reconstructing the ethnobotany of a depleted flora : food plant availability in the Murchison Basin, Western Australia, prior to European arrival, R. Esmee Webb
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[25] leaves
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ill., maps
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Reconstructing the ethnobotany of a depleted flora : food plant availability in the Murchison Basin, Western Australia, prior to European arrival, R. Esmee Webb
Publication
Extent
[25] leaves
Other physical details
ill., maps

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