By: Alan Radcliffe-Smith
455 pages, 50 b/w line illus
Account of the sixth largest family of the Angiosperms based primarily on the unpublished manuscript of the family housed in the Kew archives, which was to be included by Dr. John Hutchinson in volume 3 of his The Genera of Flowering Plants. In all, five subfamilies are recognised on a palynological basis, and 334 genera are described and keyed out.
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