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By: WD Clayton and Neil Snow
107 pages, Map
The Pacific Ocean is the most expansive geographical feature on Earth. Included in its domain are thousands of atolls, smaller islands and, depending on how its boundaries are defined, several larger islands and island groups.
Members of the grass family Poaceae are almost ubiquitous and are widespread across the Pacific and this detailed key provides a taxonomic reference of the grasses growing throughout this region.
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