This paper provides an account of hunter-gatherer use of plants as sources of food, medicine and artefact-making material in the Adelaide region of South Australia. The historical record of Aboriginal life in this region has major gaps, which the current work has addressed using information
gained from comparisons with cultures in contiguous areas.
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