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Concise Flowers of the Himalaya

Field / Identification Guide
Oleg Polunin and Adam Stainton
283 pages, 690 col plates, 315 b/w illus
Paperback | Apr 1999[2000 reprint] | #108072 | ISBN: 019564414X
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This is a compact edition of &i;Flowers of the Himalaya&o; by the same authors, and covers the most important aspects of the Himalayan flora in a convenient and affordable form. The descriptions of the species have been abbreviated and are mostly limited to those illustrated, in order to produce a more portable book. The geographical area covered remains the same, from the Nepal-Sikim border in the south-east to the north-eastern India-Pakistan border, with the Tibet border to the north. The sub-tropical flora found at lower altitudes towards the south has been omitted, with the exception of a few major species.

Introduction; Acknowledgements; Abbreviations; Change of names; Descriptive text; drawings; Colour plates; glossary; Index.

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