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Farne, Schachtelhalme und Bärlappe: Der Naturführer zu den Farnpflanzen Mitteleuropas [Ferns, Horsetails and Clubmosses: The Field Guide to the ferns of Central Europe]

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By: Muriel Bendel(Author), Françoise Alsaker(Author)
304 pages, ~280 colour photos, 55 b/w line drawings
Farne, Schachtelhalme und Bärlappe: Der Naturführer zu den Farnpflanzen Mitteleuropas [Ferns, Horsetails and Clubmosses: The Field Guide to the ferns of Central Europe]
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  • Farne, Schachtelhalme und Bärlappe: Der Naturführer zu den Farnpflanzen Mitteleuropas [Ferns, Horsetails and Clubmosses: The Field Guide to the ferns of Central Europe] ISBN: 9783258081731 Flexibound Feb 2021 Usually dispatched within 2-4 weeks
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Language: German

Der Naturführer zu den Farnpflanzen Mitteleuropas is a guide and reference work in one and is aimed at both plant novices and experts. With excellent photographs, scientific illustrations and understandable texts, this book arouses and promotes interest in these fascinating plants and encourages you to make your own observations and identifications.

All 103 species of ferns growing in Germany, Austria and Switzerland – in addition to the actual ferns, they also include horsetails, moonworts, clubmosses, spikemosses and quillworts – and the 14 most important families are presented in this field guide, supplemented by numerous identification tips, a newly designed field key and a detailed glossary.

Summary in German:
Der Naturführer zu den Farnpflanzen Mitteleuropas ist Bestimmungsbuch und Nachschlagewerk in einem und richtet sich sowohl an Pflanzeninteressierte als auch an Fachleute. Mit ausgezeichnetem Fotomaterial, wissenschaftlichen Illustrationen und verständlichen Texten weckt und fördert dieses Buch das Interesse für diese faszinierenden Pflanzen und regt zu eigenen Beobachtungen und Bestimmungen an.

Alle 103 in Deutschland, Österreich und der Schweiz wachsenden Farnpflanzenarten – neben den eigentlichen Farnen zählen auch die Schachtelhalme, Mondrauten, Bärlappe, Moosfarne und Brachsenkräuter dazu – und die 14 wichtigsten Familien werden im Naturführer vorgestellt, ergänzt durch zahlreiche Bestimmungstipps, einen neu konzipierten Feldschlüssel und ein ausführliches Glossar.

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Field / Identification Guide Identification Key New
By: Muriel Bendel(Author), Françoise Alsaker(Author)
304 pages, ~280 colour photos, 55 b/w line drawings
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