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Flora of Bhutan, Volume 3, Part 1 Monocotyledonous Families other than Grasses

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Series: Flora of Bhutan Volume: 3/1
By: Henry J Noltie(Author)
470 pages, 12 plates with colour illustrations, 42 plates with b/w line drawings
Flora of Bhutan, Volume 3, Part 1
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  • Flora of Bhutan, Volume 3, Part 1 ISBN: 9781872291116 Paperback Dec 1994 Usually dispatched within 6 days
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The Flora of Bhutan is designed to be a record of the flowering plants of Bhutan; as far as possible every species represented from Bhutan in British herbaria, and all reported in botanical literature (excepting dubious or ambiguous records) have been incorporated. Cultivated plants widely grown in Bhutan are treated, but few botanists have collected or recorded cultivated species so that only a proportion can be incorporated. The plants of neighbouring Sikkim have been included for the sake of floristic completeness.

Volume 3 Part 1 describes part of the monocotyledons, covering all families other than grasses.

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Flora / Fauna Identification Key
Series: Flora of Bhutan Volume: 3/1
By: Henry J Noltie(Author)
470 pages, 12 plates with colour illustrations, 42 plates with b/w line drawings
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