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Flowers of the Transcaucasus and Adjacent Areas: Including Armenia, Eastern Turkey, Southern Georgia, Azerbaidjan and Northern Iran

Floras / Faunas
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Eleonora Gabrielian and Ori Fragman-Sapir
416 pages, 650 photos
Hardback | Apr 2008 | #170261 | ISBN-13: 9783906166346
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623 different plant species are described. Most of them are typical to the Transcaucasus region, while some are rare or unique. All of the species are decribed and photographed.

Almost all photographs were taken in nature, some in remote and almost inaccessible sites. The species are arranged alphabetically according to their families, genera and species. Species information include descriptions, main characteristics, comments on uses, systematics, pollination, etc., blooming months, local habitat specification, as well as vegetation and altitudinal range, local and global distributions, local abundance.

Includes general chapters on the flora, climate, geology and geography, vegetation, references, glossary.

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