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By: Andrew Henderson
259 pages, 38 b/w photos, 37 line drawings, 37 tabs
Palms have an intrinsic appeal for tropical botanists and non-botanists alike. Despite this and their economic importance, there is limited knowledge of many aspects of the family. In this work, Henderson brings together and analyses the relevant literature and data in an attempt to synthesise current knowledge, especially of evolution and ecology.
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