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Flora of Ethiopia and Eritrea, Volume 4, Part 1 Apiaceae to Dipsacaceae

Flora / Fauna Out of Print
Series: Flora of Ethiopia and Eritrea Volume: 4/1
Edited By: Inga Hedberg, Sue Edwards and Sileshi Nemomissa
352 pages, Line illus
Flora of Ethiopia and Eritrea, Volume 4, Part 1
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  • Flora of Ethiopia and Eritrea, Volume 4, Part 1 ISBN: 9789197128551 Paperback Dec 2003 Out of Print #34743
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Please note (February 2013): we received word from the authors involved in this project that, although the University of Addis Abeba holds stock of all published volumes, the University authorities wish not to sell this work outside of Ethiopia. As such, the NHBS can unfortunately no longer supply this series.

Treats 13 families, including Asclepiadaceae and Rubiaceae.

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Flora / Fauna Out of Print
Series: Flora of Ethiopia and Eritrea Volume: 4/1
Edited By: Inga Hedberg, Sue Edwards and Sileshi Nemomissa
352 pages, Line illus
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