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CITES Orchid Checklist 4 For the Genera: Aerides, Coelogyne, Comparettia and Masdevallia

World / Checklist
By: MJ Smith
184 pages, no illustrations
CITES Orchid Checklist 4
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This is the fourth in the CITES orchid checklist series, and covers the genera Aerides, Coelogyne, Comparettia and Masdevallia. It contains a full list of accepted names, synonyms and distribution of all species concerned. For the first time the Checklist is included on CD-ROM, (integral with the book), which also includes Checklists 1-3.

Covering a total of some 35 genera it is thus an invaluable tool for anyone working in CITES or more specifically on orchids.

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By: MJ Smith
184 pages, no illustrations
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