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Eucalyptus in Brazil Climatic Zoning and Identification Guide

Field / Identification Guide Identification Key
By: Thiago Bevilacqua Flores(Author), Clayton Alcarde Alvares(Author), Vinicius Castro Souza(Author), José Luiz Stape(Author), Daniela C Zappi(Translated by)
447 pages, 500+ colour photos, 50+ colour distribution maps
Eucalyptus in Brazil
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  • Eucalyptus in Brazil ISBN: 9788589142106 Hardback Jan 2018 Usually dispatched within 2-4 weeks
    £115.00
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Language: English

This book aims to serve as a field tool for rural producers and city planners to identify the main Eucalyptus species grown in Brazil. Eucalyptus in Brazil also brings relevant information to researchers and forest professionals on the specific climatic needs for each species in the form of charts, tables, and maps. An identification key, with morphological descriptions and taxonomic comments, provides a safe identification of the species, supported by photographs of leaves, flowers, fruits, seeds, seedlings, wood, trunk, and bark. In total, more than 500 illustrations and more than 50 maps are presented for the 47 species treated in this guide.

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Field / Identification Guide Identification Key
By: Thiago Bevilacqua Flores(Author), Clayton Alcarde Alvares(Author), Vinicius Castro Souza(Author), José Luiz Stape(Author), Daniela C Zappi(Translated by)
447 pages, 500+ colour photos, 50+ colour distribution maps
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