By: Donald R Hodel and Jean-Christophe Pintaud
120 pages, 180 col photos, maps
Language: Bilingual in English and French
Like most of its other plants, the palms of New Caledonia are endemic. Its 37 species in 16 genera are presented in a style and format that make the information accessible to non-specialists. Each species is described and illustrated, and there are sections on distribution, ecology, identification, conservation and the history of botanical exploration.
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