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Flora de Guinea Ecuatorial, Volume 11: Bromelianae - Juncanae Claves de Plantas Vasculares de Annobón, Bioko y Río Muni

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Series: Flora de Guinea Ecuatorial Volume: 11
By: Mauricio Velayos(Editor), Carlos Aedo(Editor), F Cabezas(Editor), M de la Estrella(Editor), P Barberá(Editor), M Fero(Editor)
416 pages, 232 plates with colour photos; 1 colour map, colour distribution maps
Flora de Guinea Ecuatorial, Volume 11: Bromelianae - Juncanae
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Language: Spanish

The Flora of Equatorial project continues, presenting the first of 3 volumes of Monocotyledons. Here a total of 232 taxa are included, comprising 15 families, from Bromeliaceae to Cyperaceae, following the classification proposed by Takhtajan in his Diversity and Classification of Flowering Plants (1997). The volume is very heterogeneous and derives its fundamental part of the doctoral thesis of Francisco Cabezas, carried out at the Royal Botanical Garden of Madrid. Besides the usual flora's team Pedro Jimenez-Mejias and Alexandra C. Ley are involved as coauthors in the treatments of Marantaceae and Cyperaceae, respectively.

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El proyecto Flora de Guinea Ecuatorial sigue adelante presentando el primero de los 3 volúmenes de las Monocotiledóneas. En este se incluyen un total de 232 táxones que se engloban en 15 familias, desde Bromeliaceae hasta Cyperaceae, siguiendo como en toda la obra, la clasificación propuesta por Takhtajan, en 1997, en su Diversity and Classification of flowering plants. El volumen es muy heterogéneo y deriva en su parte fundamental de la tesis doctoral de Francisco Cabezas, que se desarrolló en el Real Jardín Botánico de Madrid. En él han participado, además del equipo habitual Pedro Jiménez-Mejías y Alexandra C. Ley coautores de los tratamientos de las familias Cyperaceae y Marantaceae, respectivamente.

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Flora / Fauna Identification Key
Series: Flora de Guinea Ecuatorial Volume: 11
By: Mauricio Velayos(Editor), Carlos Aedo(Editor), F Cabezas(Editor), M de la Estrella(Editor), P Barberá(Editor), M Fero(Editor)
416 pages, 232 plates with colour photos; 1 colour map, colour distribution maps
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