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Atlas van de Flora van Vlaanderen en het Brussels Gewest [Atlas of the Flora of Flanders and the Brussels Region]

Distribution Atlas
By: Wouter van Landuyt(Editor), Ivan Hoste(Editor), Leo Vanhecke(Editor), Paul van den Bremt(Editor), Ward Vercruysse(Editor), Dirk de Beer(Editor)
994 pages, colour photos, colour distribution maps, colour tables
Atlas van de Flora van Vlaanderen en het Brussels Gewest [Atlas of the Flora of Flanders and the Brussels Region]
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  • Atlas van de Flora van Vlaanderen en het Brussels Gewest [Atlas of the Flora of Flanders and the Brussels Region] ISBN: 9789072619686 Hardback Dec 2006 Usually dispatched within 1-2 weeks
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Language: Dutch

Distribution atlas of the flora of Flanders. Contains 1417 species accounts with notes on ecology, regional and global distribution, population trends, abundance and conservation status. Treats only those species thought to be indigenous or naturalised in Flanders.

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Distribution Atlas
By: Wouter van Landuyt(Editor), Ivan Hoste(Editor), Leo Vanhecke(Editor), Paul van den Bremt(Editor), Ward Vercruysse(Editor), Dirk de Beer(Editor)
994 pages, colour photos, colour distribution maps, colour tables
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