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Flora Algarum Marinarum Sinicarum, Tomus 2: Rhodophyta (No. 1) Porphyridiales, Erythropeltidales, Goniotrichales, Bangiales [Chinese]

Flora / Fauna Identification Key
By: Zheng Baofu(Author), Li Jun(Author)
133 pages, 13 plates with illustrations
Publisher: Science Press
Flora Algarum Marinarum Sinicarum, Tomus 2: Rhodophyta (No. 1) Porphyridiales, Erythropeltidales, Goniotrichales, Bangiales [Chinese]
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  • Flora Algarum Marinarum Sinicarum, Tomus 2: Rhodophyta (No. 1) Porphyridiales, Erythropeltidales, Goniotrichales, Bangiales [Chinese] ISBN: 9787030248558 Hardback Jan 2009 Usually dispatched within 1-2 months
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Language: Chinese with English summary and scientific nomenclature

The present volume includes description of 69 species of Chinese Porphyridiales, Ertyhropeltiales, Goniotrichales and Bangiales, belonging to 9 genera, 4 families and 4 orders. In 69 species, there are 28 new species, 4 new varieties, 6 new forms, Description of new species and many species are based entirely upon the author’s observations from the Chinese materials. Description of a few species, however, are based on the basis of published works.

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Flora / Fauna Identification Key
By: Zheng Baofu(Author), Li Jun(Author)
133 pages, 13 plates with illustrations
Publisher: Science Press
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