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A Flora of the Eastern Cape Province (3-Volume Set)

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Series: Strelitzia Volume: 41
By: Christina L Bredenkamp(Author), Gideon F Smith(Foreword By)
2208 pages, 63 colour photos and colour illustrations, 6 tables
A Flora of the Eastern Cape Province (3-Volume Set)
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A Flora of the Eastern Cape Province is a comprehensive book, the first to describe the vascular plants occurring in the Eastern Cape Province of South Africa. From an evolutionary perspective, this flora evolved during the formation of the Karoo Supergroup and reached a phase of maturity in the latter half of the Cretaceous. Geology and soils, together with climate, form the basis for the existence of plants and animals, a symbiosis that can rightfully be described as a symphony. The introduction to the book leads the reader through the 12 bioregions and the lustre thereof is reflected in the twelve accompanying photographic plates. A broad perspective of the bioregions in the Eastern Cape is provided by Prof. Richard Cowling in the chapter Vegetation of the Eastern Cape: navigating a transition zone. This Flora contains descriptions of all families (226), genera (1,440) and species (6,611) occurring in the Eastern Cape Province, compiled by 77 contributors, of whom many are specialists on specific taxa.

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Flora / Fauna Identification Key
Series: Strelitzia Volume: 41
By: Christina L Bredenkamp(Author), Gideon F Smith(Foreword By)
2208 pages, 63 colour photos and colour illustrations, 6 tables
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