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Aquatic and Wetland Plants of Southern Africa

Flora / Fauna Identification Key
By: Christopher DK Cook(Author)
281 pages, 290 b/w line drawings
Publisher: Backhuys
Aquatic and Wetland Plants of Southern Africa
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  • Aquatic and Wetland Plants of Southern Africa ISBN: 9789057821424 Hardback Dec 2004 Usually dispatched within 1 week
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In this comprehensive flora for the aquatic and wetland plants of southern Africa, 482 species, subspecies or varieties are dealt with; they are given full descriptions, ecological notes, distribution and illustrations. An additional 117 are given short diagnosis; these are plants that grow very close to the political borders and may be expected to be found in southern Africa, or they are taxonomically and/or ecologically inadequately known.

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Flora / Fauna Identification Key
By: Christopher DK Cook(Author)
281 pages, 290 b/w line drawings
Publisher: Backhuys
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