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Bildatlas der Moose Deutschlands [Photographic Atlas of German Mosses], Fascicle 1 Grimmiaceae & Sphagnaceae

Flora / Fauna Out of Print
By: Michael Lüth(Author)
103 pages, 103 plates with colour photos
Bildatlas der Moose Deutschlands [Photographic Atlas of German Mosses], Fascicle 1
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Language: German

The third edition of fascicle 1 covers two families. The part covering Grimmiaceae includes 67 picture plates of nearly all german species of the genera Coscinodon, Dryptodon, Grimmia, Racomitrium und Schistidium. The part dealing with the family Sphagnaceae includes 36 picture plates of the german species of the genus Sphagnum.

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Flora / Fauna Out of Print
By: Michael Lüth(Author)
103 pages, 103 plates with colour photos
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