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Figs of Southern and South-Central Africa

By: John Burrows and Sandra Burrows
380 pages, Col photos, line illus
Publisher: Umdaus Press
Figs of Southern and South-Central Africa
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  • Figs of Southern and South-Central Africa ISBN: 9781919766249 Hardback Dec 2003 In stock
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The authors of Southern African Ferns and Fern Allies spent 11 years on this authoritative work, which covers the 48 native figs of the region, as well as introduced cultivated species and other members of the Moraceae. Each indigenous species has a distribution map, a detailed b/w illustration, and photographs of habitat, bark, leaves and fruit. A key to the indigenous species is provided.

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By: John Burrows and Sandra Burrows
380 pages, Col photos, line illus
Publisher: Umdaus Press
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