Edited By: TJ Killeen, E Emilia Garcia and SG Beck
970 pages, Illus, maps
The first comprehensive guide to the trees of this biologically diverse country. This manual focuses on the trees of the Amazonian, Andean, Cerrado, and Chacoan biomes, but cultivated plants and numerous shrubs from the puna and lowland savannas have been included to increase its value to natural resource managers. The book has introductory chapters on the vegetation of Bolivia and systematics of plants, descriptions and keys for 120 families and 685 genera, an annotated checklist for 2733 species of woody plants, an illustrated glossary, up-to-date maps, an index of common names, and an exhaustive bibliography organized by family.
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