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Flora de la República de Cuba, Series A: Plantas Vasculares, Fascículo 25 Gesneriaceae, Surianaceae

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By: Werner Greuter(Editor), Rosa Rankin Rodríguez(Editor), Pedro Alejandro González Gutiérrez(Editor), John L Clark(Author), Sara Ilse Suárez Terán(Author), Jesús Matos(Author), Alfredo Noa Monzón(Author)
134 pages, 37 plates with colour photos; 1 b/w line drawing, 38 b/w distribution maps
Flora de la República de Cuba, Series A: Plantas Vasculares, Fascículo 25
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  • Flora de la República de Cuba, Series A: Plantas Vasculares, Fascículo 25 ISBN: 9783946292357 Paperback Oct 2019 Usually dispatched within 1 week
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Language: Spanish

Volume 25 covers the families Gesneriaceae and Surianaceae, which in Cuba are represented by a total of 14 genera and 46 species. Of these, 30 are endemic and, respectively, six and eight species are regularly cultivated.

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Flora / Fauna Identification Key New
By: Werner Greuter(Editor), Rosa Rankin Rodríguez(Editor), Pedro Alejandro González Gutiérrez(Editor), John L Clark(Author), Sara Ilse Suárez Terán(Author), Jesús Matos(Author), Alfredo Noa Monzón(Author)
134 pages, 37 plates with colour photos; 1 b/w line drawing, 38 b/w distribution maps
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