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Walking Round in Circles – First edition

The fully revised and updated Second Edition now supersedes this edition.

Walking Round in Circles – Second edition

Updates:

If you want to be able to quickly find the updates for Walking Round in Circles on your smartphone or pad then:

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pp.42–45 Walk 8 – Gracetown Ridge. Several legs of this walk are badly overgrown, and the last leg of the Fire-tower to Ellensbrook Road section is overgrown to the point of being impassible. We strongly suggest you not attempt the described walk. However, the very first part of the walk along Cowaramup Brook is still a lovely walk in good condition, but do return along the same path because the steep final described leg up the valley side is badly overgrown.

p.68 Walk 14 – Three Caves Circuit. The leg from the Power Line Track east-northeast of Mammoth cave that crosses the Mammoth Cave inflow stream as you head towards Calgardup Cave is badly overgrown. We suggest that instead you detour to Calgardup Cave via Mammoth Cave and Caves Road. Beware of traffic along Caves Road.

p.99 Walk 21 – Boranup Lookout Loops. Modify "It is well used by surfers now, but can sometimes be difficult to locate" to "It is well used by surfers now, but after wind or rain has removed footprints it is difficult to locate unless you keep a very sharp eye on the vegetation."

Corrections:

pp.ii and iv. Change the URL for Updates to http://capetocapepublishing.com.au/

p.39. The spelling of stile needs correcting. "Head east, crossing the stile and the stream a short distance beyond. A short steep path leads up to another stile across the fence to the car park."

Wildflowers of Southwest Australia

p.2 Change the URL for Updates and corrections to http://capetocapepublishing.com.au/. Print this pdf and use it to replace the redundant QR code.

p.74 Change Petrophile serruriae to P. axillaris, and change the epithet origin to L. axilla = arm-pit; growing from the axil, the angle between the upper surface of a leaf or leaf-stalk and the stem on which it grows

p.160 Change Leucopogon elatior to L. glabellus, and change the epithet origin to L. glabellus = without hair

p.162 Change Lysinema ciliatum to L. pentapetalum, and change the epithet origin to L. penta = five, the five petals

p.182 Change Stylidium calcaratum to S. androsaceum and change the epithet origin to "After the genus Androsace"

p.192 Change Ozothamnus cordatus to Pithocarpa cordata, Ozothamnus ramosus to Pithocarpa ramosa, and change the section heading from "Ozothamnus" to "Pithocarpa".

p.207 Change Lysinema ciliatum, in the Banksia woodland caption, to L. pentapetalum

p.210 With the name change of the Department of Conservation and Land Management (CALM) / Department of Environment and Conservation (DEC) to Department of Parks and Wildlife (DPaW), the URL in the last item in the Bibliography should read "http://florabase.dpaw.wa.gov.au/"

p.214 Change the url for the downloadable spreadsheet or wordprocessor plant file to http://capetocapepublishing.com.au/WFSW3/Plants.txt

If you are still unsure about identifying a particular wildflower, then check it at: FloraBase <http://florabase.dpaw.wa.gov.au/search/advanced

Field Guide to the Wildflowers of Australia’s South West – First and Second edition

Wildflowers of Southwest Australia, ISBN 978-0-9803337-7-0 supersedes the First and Second editions of Field Guide to the Wildflowers of Australia’s South West.

Find that Flower – First Edition

Find that Flower – Second Edition superseded the First edition. The second edition fully updates, and adds to all of the information in the first edition.

Find that Flower – Second Edition

p.2 Change the URL for Updates and corrections to http://capetocapepublishing.com.au/. Print this pdf and use it to replace the redundant QR code.

The Cape to Cape Track Guidebook: First five Editions

The fully revised and updated Sixth Edition supersedes all previous editions.

The Cape to Cape Track Guidebook: Sixth Edition

p.2 Change both occurrences of the URL for Cape to Cape Publishing to http://capetocapepublishing.com.au/. Print this pdf and use it to replace the redundant QR code.

p.17 Three lines from bottom, change frazeriana to fraseriana

p.83 In the section about Facilities in Hamelin Bay Caravan Park change "drinking water" to "bore-water (treat before drinking)".

p.94 Print this map modification and glue it in the appropriate position on this page. This shows the new extension of the Track to the lighthouse carpark.

p.96 Change the last sentence of the top paragraph to read "…up to the Leeuwin Waterwheel. Follow the track southwards over the granite-gneiss, turning left, eastwards, once you get close to the fence around the lighthouse complex. The Track officially ends at the lighthouse carpark, but, of course, climb to the top of the lighthouse if it’s open!

p.108 Change epithet of Allocasuarina frazeriana to fraseriana.

If your copy of the Sixth Edition has an insert about the Kilcarnup Track realignment then please disregard that insert and dispose of it. The realignment is now built and in operation.

Print the following images and glue them into your Maps 9 and 10 to update those maps with the updated Kilcarnup Track realignment. Map 9 update. Map 10 update.

Please delete the following statement that is near the middle of page 107: "NB. If self-sufficient, as a walker you are allowed to camp anywhere along the track, provided you camp well away from vehicle access." Department of Parks & Wildlife policy is that camping is only permitted at officially recognised campsites, unless DPaW specifically sanctions such camping.

The watertanks indicated in the maps are big municipal tanks. Beware; you cannot get water directly out of them. There is a tank shown at the bottom of Map 9, repeated at the top of Map 10. Add a note to the key on the inside back cover that the indicated Water Tanks are not a water supply.

The Cape to Cape Track Guidebook: Seventh Edition

p.4 Fouth-last paragraph. Fix the spelling of precise in, "Any satellite navigation data are from a hand-held unit and are not necessarily precise."

The Magical World of Fungi

The enlarged and fully updated Second Edition supersedes this edition. The second edition has the current names of all of the many species that have received name changes in recent years.

The Magical World of Fungi - Updated and Enlarged Second Edition

Corrections:

p.2 Change the URL for Updates and corrections to http://capetocapepublishing.com.au/. Print this pdf and use it to replace the redundant QR code.

p.4 Near the bottom of this page change the URL for Cape to Cape Publishing to http://capetocapepublishing.com.au/.

p.22 The caption of the uppermost image should read "Bolete-eater Hypomyces chrysospermus infection…".

p.32 Plate G8 Jarrah-Marri forest

p.56 Russula clelandii

p.75 Fungal Groups, second paragraph: relationship

p.78 Remove the Index entry "Hypomyces crysospermus 22"

Back Cover: illustrates

Stories from the Cellar Door

The fully-updated Second Edition of Stories From the Cellar Door supersedes this edition.

Stories from the Cellar Door: second edition

p.2 Change both occurrences of the URL for Cape to Cape Publishing to http://capetocapepublishing.com.au/. Print this pdf and use it to replace the redundant QR code.

p.4 Change the label for Flying Fish p40 to Snake + Herring p40

p.40 Change all references for Flying Fish Cove to Snake + Herring

p.110 Change the URL for Downloads, Updates and Corrections to http://capetocapepublishing.com.au/.

p.111 Change the contact details for Flying Fish Cove to:

Snake + Herring
Address: 3763 Caves Road, Wilyabrup
Postal: PO Box 918, Dunsborough 6281
33° 46.23'S 115° 02.05'E
Tel:+61 4 0703 6142
E-mail: snake@snakeandherring.com.au
Website: snakeandherring.com.au/

South West Wildflowers Birthday Book

On the third-last page change "56 Lobelia alata, Angled Lobelia" to "56 Lobelia anceps, Angled Lobelia"

On the third-last page change "67 Pterostylis aff. nana, Snail Orchid" to "67 Pterostylis pyramidalis, Snail Orchid"

Orchids of Margaret River

p.2 Change both occurrences of the URL for Cape to Cape Publishing to http://capetocapepublishing.com.au/. Print this pdf and use it to replace the redundant QR code.

p.35 Caladenia sp. ‘Boranup’ is now Caladenia ambusta.

Click here to view a table of the all the orchids illustrated in this book. You can then copy and paste this table into your word processor or spreadsheet to sort and manipulate as you wish. The four colums are: Orchid name, Range of flowering period, Page number, and the Number of the Month in which flowering may start.

Last updated on Saturday, May 20, 2017

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