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Series: Flora of Nepal (Royal Botanic Gardens Edinburgh) Volume: 3
By: Mark F Watson(Editor), Hiroshi Ikeda(Editor), Keshab Raj Rajbhandari(Editor), Shinobu Akiyama(Editor), Colin A Pendry(Editor), Krishna K Shrestha(Editor)
425 pages, 54 b/w line drawings, b/w distribution maps, 2 colour maps
Nepal is a country of rich biodiversity; with habitats ranging from tropical jungles to the icy peaks of the world's highest mountains. Centred in a Global Biodiversity Hotspot and home to a third of all Himalayan species Nepal's ecosystems are crucial to life across Asia. The Flora of Nepal is the first comprehensive record of this diversity.
Volume 3 documents 600 species in 21 families, including:
Keys and descriptions are given for all species, with over 50 pages of illustrations and district-level maps showing distributions within Nepal. Ecology, phenology, ethnobotany and taxonomic issues are also recorded.
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