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Authors of Scientific Names in Pteridophyta

By: Rodolfo EG Pichi Sermolli(Author)
78 pages, no illustrations
Authors of Scientific Names in Pteridophyta
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  • Authors of Scientific Names in Pteridophyta ISBN: 9780947643904 Paperback Jul 1996 Usually dispatched within 5 days
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Contains nearly 400 names additional to those appearing in Brummitt's Authors of Plant Names. Extra biographical data is included for 231 authors, and full names are given for 189 authors listed by Brummit and Powell with initials only. An invaluable reference book for all workers on pteridophytes, and indeed for all botanists.

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By: Rodolfo EG Pichi Sermolli(Author)
78 pages, no illustrations
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