Item 033 - Euphorobiaceae

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  • 1971-1974, 1982 (Creation)

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Margaret and James Tedder lived in the Solomon Islands from 1952 until 1974. During the last years of her residence there, after the children went to Australian schools, Margaret did a lot of bush touring carrying out research on plants used by the Islanders for medicines, cures and other purposes. Most of Margaret Tedder's plant identifications were checked in the now defunct Forest Herbarium where she lodged duplicates of the plants.

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Institution: Pacific Research Archives
Address: ANU Archives, 2 Menzies Place, Australian National University, Acton 2601 ACT
Country: Australia

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Microfilm Reel 1


Index cards that were out of focus on the microfilm have been replaced by digital versions of the original index cards.

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