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Families of Flowering Plants of Australia

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Families of Flowering Plants of Australia

An Interactive Identification Guide

Second Revised Edition

ABRS Identification Series

KR Thiele  
LG Adams  

Colour photographs, Colour illustrations
Publishers: CSIRO PUBLISHING / Australian Biological Resources Study (ABRS)


    Flash Drive - March 2014
ISBN: 9781486301997 - AU $ 79.95

 
 
Families of Flowering Plants of Australia: An Interactive Identification Guide (Revised Edition) is an identification and information package for all of the plant families, native and naturalised, in Australia. It enables the user to: quickly and easily identify a plant to family level; learn about Australia's plant families from text descriptions and notes; and view more than 1,500 full-colour photographs or drawings of representative species.

The new browser in this version interface enables quick access to the rich stores of information or to the identification key, using the latest web-integrated Lucid Player.

This product has been updated to use the Lucid software version 3.5. For instructions on the use of the USB Flash Drive please view instructions. This software is for personal use only.

For site licences please contact: publishing.sales@csiro.au or call 1300 788 000. Software remains a property of Lucid. Lucid is a trademark of the University of Queensland.

For queries contact http://www.lucidcentral.com/
 
 

 Families of Flowering Plants of Australia: An Interactive Identification Guide (Revised Edition) is an identification and information package for all of the plant families, native and naturalised, in Australia. It enables the user to: quickly and easily identify a plant to family level; learn about Australia's plant families from text descriptions and notes; and view more than 1,500 full-colour photographs or drawings of representative species.

This product has been updated to use the Lucid software version 3.5. The new browser in this version interface enables quick access to the rich stores of information or to the identification key, using the latest web-integrated Lucid Player.
 

 
  • Quick and easy identification of the family to which any plant, from anywhere in Australia or the Australian Island Territories, belongs (native or naturalised)
  • Full or diagnostic descriptions of Australia's plant families, lists of genera and other notes on all families
  • Over 1500 full-colour photographs or drawings showing representative species from all families
  • Easy hyperlinked navigation between related families
  • An illustrated glossary of terms is provided to assist with use of the guide
System Requirements
  • Java Virtual Machine v1.4.2 or greater
  • Windows 2000(SP3)/XP/VISTA/Win7/Win8 (32 or 64 bit editions of Windows are supported); Macintosh OS X 10.4 or greater; Linux that supports J2RE, such as Red Hat, SuSE, Ubuntu; Solaris 7, 8, 9 or 10
  • Note: Please note that Lucid will run under Windows 98/ME/NT4 however these are unsupported platforms
  • System memory: Windows 256MB RAM (512MB or greater recommended); Macintosh/Linux/Solaris 512MB or greater
  • Screen Resolution: Minimum of 1024 x 768 pixels
  • Web browser: Java-enabled web browser such as Internet Explorer, Firefox, Chrome or Safari.


Prior to installation of the product please ensure you have installed the Java Runtime Environment (JRE). The latest version of Java can be obtained free from www.java.com.

NOTE: Web pages such as fact sheets attached to items in Lucid v3.5 interactive key matrices may be considered pop-ups by certain browsers (such as Internet Explorer (IE) when clicked on by users. If your browser blocks these popups, in your browser's internet settings you should allow pop-ups for this Lucid tool. Additionally, Internet Explorer may block "active content" on web pages or interactive keys. To allow active content, in Internet Explorer, under Tools, Internet Options, Advanced tab, Security category, the box next to the setting: "Allow active content to run in files on My Computer" should be checked.

For more information on the Lucid Player, contact Lucidcentral.com.
 

  View a sample of Families of Flowering Plants of Australia. 

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