By: A Jardim, T Killeen and A Fuentes
324 pages, Illus
In the last ten years the forest of the Bosque Seco Chiquitano in Santa Cruz, Bolivia has been recognized as a conservation priority. This guide describes and illustrates 237 species of trees and shrubs of these seasonally dry forests. Using vegetative characters of the leaves, branches and bark, among others, the keys in this book allow for the practical identification of woody species.
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