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The idea of writing a flora of Morocco’s vascular plants dates back to the 1940s but it was not until 1982 that work began on this project, which was to last 32 years. The scientists who compiled this practical flora hope their work will pave the way for more research into the plants of Morocco. In French with scientific nomenclature.