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Common Shrubland Plants

Field / Identification Guide Out of Print
By: Regine HG Leung and Mabel WL Chu
80 pages, Col photos
Common Shrubland Plants
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  • Common Shrubland Plants ISBN: 9789889853945 Paperback Dec 2005 Out of Print #170804
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Language: Bilingual in English and Chinese

There are 63 plant species included in this book representing the most common plant species found in local shrubland, including herbs, grasses, sedges, herbaceous and woody climbers, shrubs, small trees and trees from low shrubland, high shrubland, coastal shrubland and fire maintained shrubland. Each plant species is highlighted with distinguishable features such as leaf texture, arrangement, flowers and fruit in full colour photographs for easy identification in the field. The floral characteristics of each plant species, such habitat, flowering and seeding seasons and plant forms are listed to enrich understanding. Interesting information such as their ornamental, medicinal and industrial uses are also included.

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Field / Identification Guide Out of Print
By: Regine HG Leung and Mabel WL Chu
80 pages, Col photos
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