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Bromeliads of the Atlantic Forests: Canistropsis

Monograph Out of Print
By: Elton MC Leme
143 pages, Col photos, illus, SEMs,
Bromeliads of the Atlantic Forests: Canistropsis
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  • Bromeliads of the Atlantic Forests: Canistropsis Hardback Dec 1998 Out of Print #95040
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Language: English

"The fortunate collaboration of author and photographer has produced a detailed view of selected bromeliads in the wild. The result is that interested readers will be able to understand and appreciate better these Brazilian natives and their habitats. Stated another way: this book is the next best experience to having a personally guided tour."
- Journal of the Bromeliad Society

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Monograph Out of Print
By: Elton MC Leme
143 pages, Col photos, illus, SEMs,
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