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Flora of Mizoram, Volume 2: Campanulaceae - Salicaceae

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Series: Flora of Mizoram Volume: 2
By: GP Sinha(Editor), DK Singh(Editor), Krishna Pal Singh(Editor)
679 pages, 24 plates with 47 colour photos; 113 b/w line drawings, 2 b/w maps
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Volume 2 covers the Campanulaceae to Salicaceae. It deals with 824 taxa under 329 genera and 64 families.

Contents

1. Campanulaceae
2. Lobeliaceae
3. Vacciniaceae
4. Ericaceae
5. Monotropaceae
6. Primulaceae
7. Myrsinaceae
8. Sapotaceae
9. Ebenaceae
10. Styracaceae
11. Symplocaceae
12. Oleaceae
13. Apocynaceae
14. Asclepiadaceae
15. Loganiaceae
16. Buddlejaceae
17. Gentianaceae
18. Limnanthaceae
19. Polemoniaceae
20. Hydrophyllaceae
21. Boraginaceae
22. Heliotropiaceae
23.  Convolvulaceae
24. Cuscutaceae
25. Solanaceae
26. Scrophulariaceae
27. Orobanchaceae
28. Lentibulariaceae
29. Gesneriaceae
30. Bignoniaceae
31. Pedaliaceae
32. Acanthaceae
33. Thunbergiaceae
34. Verbenaceae
35. Lamiaceae
36. Plantaginaceae
37. Nyctaginaceae
38. Amaranthaceae
39. Chenopodiaceae
40. Polygonaceae
41. Aristolochiaceae
42. Piperaceae
43. Saururaceae
44. Chloranthaceae
45. Myristicaceae
46.  Lauraceae
47. Proteaceae
48. Thymelaeaceae
49. Elaeagnaceae
50. Loranthaceae
51. Santalaceae
52. Balanophoraceae
53. Euphorbiaceae
54. Buxaceae
55. Urticaceae
56. Ulmaceae
57. Cannabaceae
58. Moraceae
59. Juglandaceae
60. Myricaceae
61. Betulaceae
62. Corylaceae
63. Fagaceae
64. Salicaceae

Index to botanical names
Index to local names

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Flora / Fauna Identification Key
Series: Flora of Mizoram Volume: 2
By: GP Sinha(Editor), DK Singh(Editor), Krishna Pal Singh(Editor)
679 pages, 24 plates with 47 colour photos; 113 b/w line drawings, 2 b/w maps
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