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Common Trees of Nicaragua / Árboles Comunes de Nicaragua

Field / Identification Guide
By: Tracey Parker(Author)
404 pages, 1200+ colour photos, b/w line drawings, 1 colour map
Publisher: The Tree Press
Common Trees of Nicaragua / Árboles Comunes de Nicaragua
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Common Trees of Nicaragua / Árboles Comunes de Nicaragua

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Language: Bilingual in English and Spanish

Common Trees of Nicaragua is a valuable resource for naturalists, gardeners and students. Its 176 trees are richly illustrated with over 1,200 detailed photographs

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Árboles Comunes de Nicaragua es un recurso valioso para naturalistas, jardineros y estudiantes. Sus 176 árboles están ricamente ilustrados con más de 1,200 fotografías detalladas.

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Tracey Parker, is a forester and has lived in Latin America and the Caribbean for 17 years, teaching dendrology, conducting research in forest ecology and working in conservation.

Field / Identification Guide
By: Tracey Parker(Author)
404 pages, 1200+ colour photos, b/w line drawings, 1 colour map
Publisher: The Tree Press
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