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By: Anne Brewis, Francis Rose and Paul Bowman
386 pages, 16 colour plates, 25 b/w photos, 13 figs, 579 maps
This comprehensive flora covers the occurrence in the county (excluding the Isle of Wight) of all vascular plants, as well as providing full lists of bryophytes and lichens. The extensive systematic account of the flowering plants is accompanied by dot-distribution maps, based on records compiled over a number of years. With its wide variety of habitats, Hampshire is considered by some to be the richest county botanically in Britain, and is also regarded as an area of great interest in a European context.
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