The Bahamas archipelago consists of almost 700 islands situated adjacent to the Gulf Stream and surrounded by the warm waters of the Atlantic Ocean. The sub-tropical to tropical climate provides an ideal growing environment for a huge variety of both common and exotic non-flowering and flowering types of trees. This is a practical, illustrated guide to the trees of the islands featuring over 400 species. Each species is illustrated with both a colour photograph and line illustration of its leaves, and text contains information on common names, distribution, form and habitat, leaves, flowers and fruit.
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