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THE NATURALISED FLORA OF SOUTH AUSTRALIA 4. ITS MANNER OF INTRODUCTION

P.M. Kloot
Journal of the Adelaide Botanic Garden
Vol. 10, No. 2 (7 August, 1987), pp. 223-240
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/23874067
Page Count: 18
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Abstract

Many species of the present naturalised alien flora of South Australia were introduced intentionally for ornamental, culinary, medicinal, fodder, hedge and other purposes. The paper discusses these uses. Unintentional introductions occurred through contaminated seed, ballast, fleece, footwear, fodder and packing material. The scant documentation of those processes in South Australia that has been located, is presented. The roles and consequences of intentional and accidental introductions are discussed and compared.

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