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100 Trees to See on Safari Easy ID Guide for East Africa

Field / Identification Guide New
By: Quentin Luke(Author), Henk J Beentje(Author)
144 pages, colour photos , 8 b/w illustration, 2 colour maps
100 Trees to See on Safari
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  • 100 Trees to See on Safari ISBN: 9781775845492 Paperback May 2020 In stock
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East Africa is one of the world's premier wildlife regions, well known for its mass migrations of herds and the dramatic predators that accompany them. As iconic are the trees that grow here – some endemic to the region and almost all identified with the plains and slopes of this land, stretching from the muggy coast, through grasslands and up to the cold, dry reaches of high mountain peaks. Among them are mangroves, cycads and palms; marulas, acacias and sausage trees; fever trees, toothbrush trees and giant bamboos and heaths.

100 Trees to See on Safari in East Africa presents some 100 of the region's most visible and significant tree species, arranged by vegetation zone. Multiple images of each species showing key ID features, such as bark, leaves, flowers and fruit, are teamed with concise descriptions, where to see the trees, calendar bars indicating flowering months, interesting notes about their uses – both medicinal and practical – and the myths and legends they have generated.

Colorful, interesting and geared for quick tree identification, this handy guide will help visitors and locals alike make the most of East African safaris.

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Field / Identification Guide New
By: Quentin Luke(Author), Henk J Beentje(Author)
144 pages, colour photos , 8 b/w illustration, 2 colour maps
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