Interactive Atlases and Photographic Guides to Animals and Plants of Victoria
for Microsoft Windows Vista, XP, 2000. ME, 98
|There are 9 themes in Wild Plants and
Victoria four of which are related to how the grids are plotted
and the other ten are map layers.
Note: In previous editions of Wild Plants/Animals there were other layers such as soils, geology, broad vegetation types and land types. It has been decided to exclude them from this edition as the Bioregion layer has become a de-facto combination of these features which are considered to be especially relevant to the distribution of plants and animals.
|Data categories: each colour represents the most recent date (mostly expressed in periods of decades) in which the species was recorded from that grid.||Records per Grid: each colour represents the density of data records for the species in each grid.|
|Black Grids: the simplest representation for black and white printing.||Hatched Grids: a simple representation for black and white printing which is less contrasting.|
|Bioregions: Natural regions of Victoria as determined by DSE biologists.||Roads and Towns: The best map in the package for showing locations (many roads, towns and rivers are shown in grey).|
|Topography: Simple topography.||Rainfall: Broad isohyets of mean annual rainfall|
|Parks and Public Land: All parks and reserves and Public Land|