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Die Moose Mitteleuropas: Bestimmung und Beschreibung der Wichtigsten Arten [The Mosses of Central Europe: Identification and Description of the Most Important Species]

Field / Identification Guide Coming Soon
By: Ruprecht Düll(Author), Barbara Düll-Wunder(Author)
500 pages, ~450 colour photos, ~20 b/w illustrations
Die Moose Mitteleuropas: Bestimmung und Beschreibung der Wichtigsten Arten [The Mosses of Central Europe: Identification and Description of the Most Important Species]
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  • Die Moose Mitteleuropas: Bestimmung und Beschreibung der Wichtigsten Arten [The Mosses of Central Europe: Identification and Description of the Most Important Species] ISBN: 9783494018478 Hardback Jun 2021 Available for pre-order : Due Jun 2021
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Language: German

Mosses are the oldest land plants of all, usually growing in the most inhospitable places and have very simple morphology compared to other plants. Nevertheless, they are fascinating species, as this book shows. With the help of an easily understandable key, which is based on features observable in the field and with a magnifying glass, the 500 most important mosses and liverworts can be reliably identified and clearly differentiated from one another. Portraits provide information about the shape and structure of the respective species, site ecology and indicator value, confusion species as well as height and surface distribution. Useful photos, tables and drawings increase the information content of this practical identification book

Summary in German:
Moose sind die ältesten Landpflanzen überhaupt, wachsen meist an den unwirtlichsten Orten und haben im Vergleich zu anderen Pflanzen einen ganz einfachen Bauplan. Dennoch sind sie eine faszinierende Spezies, wie das vorliegende Buch eindrucksvoll zeigt. Mit Hilfe eines leicht verständlichen Schlüssels, der auf Standortmerkmalen und Lupenbestimmung beruht, lassen sich die 500 wichtigsten Laub- und Lebermoose sicher bestimmen und eindeutig voneinander unterscheiden. Porträts informieren über Form und Struktur der jeweiligen Art, Standortökologie und Zeigerwert, ähnliche Arten sowie Höhen- und Flächenverbreitung. Aussagekräftige Fotos, Tafeln und Zeichnungen erhöhen den Informationsgehalt dieses praktischen Bestimmungsbuches

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Field / Identification Guide Coming Soon
By: Ruprecht Düll(Author), Barbara Düll-Wunder(Author)
500 pages, ~450 colour photos, ~20 b/w illustrations
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