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A Guide to the Common Epiphytes and Mistletoes of Singapore

Field / Identification Guide
By: Jean WH Yong(Author), James Wang Wei(Author), Joanne YT Khew(Author), Sheue Chiou Rong(Author), Wong Wei San(Author)
276 pages, colour photos
A Guide to the Common Epiphytes and Mistletoes of Singapore
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This book is the first to profile the unique epiphytic plant communities found in Singapore. The first section of A Guide to the Common Epiphytes and Mistletoes of Singapore provides a concise scientific introduction to the biology of epiphytes and mistletoes, including their taxonomy, life-cycles, adaptive strategies and interactions with their hosts and arboreal fauna. The second section serves as a field guide for identifying all of the common epiphytes and mistletoes found in Singapore.

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Field / Identification Guide
By: Jean WH Yong(Author), James Wang Wei(Author), Joanne YT Khew(Author), Sheue Chiou Rong(Author), Wong Wei San(Author)
276 pages, colour photos
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