By: Rodolfo Vasquez Martinez and Rocio Rojas Gonzales
258 pages, Line illus, colour photos, tabs
This book advances our botanical understanding of the unique assemblage of plants found in the Peruvian Amazonia. Taxonomic keys first identify similar families as groups. Family-level keys then follow, supplemented by family descriptions and lists of their generic representatives and species numbers for the region. This volume, richly illustrated with hundreds of line drawings, covers 76 family groups.
New to this second edition is a section of colour photographs.
This is now published as an issue of the Arnaldoa Journal 13 (1) Enero-Junio 2006
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