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A Sulco Gallery Sulcorebutias in Pictures, Selected and Annotated

Flora / Fauna
By: John Pilbeam and David Hunt
64 pages, 238 col photos, 1 map
A Sulco Gallery
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  • A Sulco Gallery ISBN: 9780953813421 Hardback Dec 2004 In stock
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A pictorial survey of one of the most popular and colourful groups of South American cacti: More than 200 colour photos, nearly all of documented plants, selected and annotated by the authors to show their beauty, diversity and variation throughout their natural range. Including a map of collection localities and indexes of place-names, plant-names and collectors' numbers.

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Flora / Fauna
By: John Pilbeam and David Hunt
64 pages, 238 col photos, 1 map
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