By: Tim C Noad (Author), Ann Birnie (Author)
308 pages, line drawings, 18 colour plates
A comprehensive field guide to the common trees of Kenya, covering over 300 indigenous and introduced species. For each species there is a description of its general appearance, habitat and abundance, followed by detailed descriptions of leaves, flowers and bark. There are also practical notes for propagation. Every species is illustrated by line drawings and there are 18 colour paintings.
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