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Flora of Korea, Volume 5: Rosidae

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Series: Flora of Korea Volume: 5
By: Chong-Wook Park(Editor)
Flora of Korea, Volume 5: Rosidae
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  • Flora of Korea, Volume 5: Rosidae ISBN: 9788976163851 Hardback Jan 2016 Unavailable #171891
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Language: English with Korean and scientific nomenclature

Please note that we have spoken to the publisher in April 2017 who explained that national regulations prohibit them from selling the book. However, the National Institute of Biological Resources, Korea, makes these books available for free for museums and librarians, and we advise these customers to approach the institute directly.

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Flora / Fauna Identification Key
Series: Flora of Korea Volume: 5
By: Chong-Wook Park(Editor)
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