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|Title:||Successful augmentation of an Acacia whibleyana (Whibley Wattle) population by translocation|
|Citation:||Australasian Plant Conservation, 2007; 16(1):23-24|
|Publisher:||Australian Network for Plant Conservation|
|Manfred Jusaitist & Birgitte Sorensen|
|Abstract:||Discusses the successful translocation or augmentation of an Acacia whibleyana (Whibley Wattle) population over a 10 year period. The success of the Whibley Wattle has been a source of encouragement for others to undertake more translocations along roadsides and on private land to further augment the numbers.|
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|Appears in Collections:||Aurora harvest 4|
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