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Flora of China Illustrations, Volume 5 Ulmaceae through Basellaceae

Flora / Fauna
By: Flora of China Editorial Committee
377 pages, Illus
Flora of China Illustrations, Volume 5
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  • Flora of China Illustrations, Volume 5 ISBN: 9781930723405 Hardback Dec 2004 Usually dispatched within 1-2 weeks
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This volume accompanies text volume 5 published in 2003.

Flora of China Illustrations, Volume 5 depicts many fascinating plants, including the elms (Ulmaceae), rhoiptelea (Rhoipteleaceae), figs and mulberries (Moracae), hemp and hops (Cannabaceae), stinging nettles (Urticaceae), aquatic, mosslike herbs (Podostemonaceae), macadamias (Proteaceae), sandalwoods (Santalaceae), olax (Olacaceae), opilia (Opiliaceae), mistletoes (Loranthaceae, Viscaceae), other parasitic plants (Rafflesiaceae, Balanophoraceae), pipe vines and wild gingers (Aristolochiaceae), knotweeds, buckwheats, docks, and rhubarbs (Polygonaceae), beet, spinach, and goosefoots (Chenopodiaceae), amaranths (Amaranthaceae), four-o'clock (Nyctaginaceae), pokeweed (Phytolaccaceae), living stones (Aizoaceae), mollugo (Molluginaceae), purslane (Portulacaceae), and basella (Basellaceae).

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Flora / Fauna
By: Flora of China Editorial Committee
377 pages, Illus
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