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This is, according to the editors, a "pseudo-facsimile" edition, resized from folio to a smaller, more practical format.
Originally published in 10 volumes between 1806 and 1840, The re-issue is published in 5 volumes, each corresponding to two volumes of the original Flora Graeca. Indices are provided in the last volume.
A popular edition with 250 colour illustrations of the most common plants was published in 2017 by Edition Kentavros.