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A Treasure of Masdevallia, Volume 27 A Monograph of the Genus Masdevallia

Monograph
By: Carlyle A Luer(Author), Stig Dalström(Illustrator), Rudolf Jenny(Translated by)
60 pages, 15 plates with colour illustrations; b/w line drawings, b/w distribution maps
A Treasure of Masdevallia, Volume 27
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Language: Bilingual in English and German

Fascicle 26 describes a 15 further orchid species of the genus Masdevallia: Masdevallia bennettii, M. deniseana, M. gloriae, M. immensa, M. instar, M. louii, M. medinae, M. merinoi, M. os-viperae, M. pleurothalloides, M. proboscoidea, M. rana-aurea, M. Xsplendida, M. stigii, and M. zamorensis.

The elephant folio (11.75 × 16.5 inches) series is gum-bound to facilitate binding with previous fascicles from the series or for splitting as individual art prints.

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Monograph
By: Carlyle A Luer(Author), Stig Dalström(Illustrator), Rudolf Jenny(Translated by)
60 pages, 15 plates with colour illustrations; b/w line drawings, b/w distribution maps
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