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An Atlas of Orchid Pollination America, Africa, Asia, and Australia

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By: NA Van der Cingel
296 pages, Col photos, b/w photos, illus, figs, tabs
Publisher: A A Balkema
An Atlas of Orchid Pollination
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Contents: Introduction; A Summary of the theory of orchid pollination; Pollinators; Classification of orchids; Orchids of North America; Orchids of South and Central America; Orchids of Africa and Madagascar; Orchids of Asia; Orchids of Austral(as)ia and New Zealand; References; Glossary.

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This work follows on from the 1995 publication on European orchids. The atlas is now completed with a second part, containing data on the pollination of orchids of the continents of America, Asia, Africa (including Madagascar) and Australia (including New Zealand).;The first part of the book is adapted from the general account of the previous publication and is extended with chapters on taxonomy and pollinators. The general account deals with such things as the history, evolution, morphology, chemistry and genetics of orchid pollination. The second part gives a systematic account for each continent of all well known details. The text is designed to have relevance for orchid lovers whether professional or amateur.

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By: NA Van der Cingel
296 pages, Col photos, b/w photos, illus, figs, tabs
Publisher: A A Balkema
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