A brief history of the coconut palm in Australia
Dowe, John Leslie, and Smith, Lucy T. (2002) A brief history of the coconut palm in Australia. Palms, 46 (3). pp. 134-138.
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Coconut palms form a dominant part of the coastal vegetation throughout much of tropical Australia. Historically, the species has been considered to be non-indigenous, although some documentary evidence suggests that there were indeed extant populations at the time of European settlement in the mid 1800s.
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