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Flora of Pakistan, Volume 212: Hemerocallidaceae

Flora / Fauna
Series: Flora of Pakistan Volume: 212
By: SI Ali
8 pages, line drawing, map
Flora of Pakistan, Volume 212: Hemerocallidaceae
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Worldwide, the family Hemerocallidaceae is represented by thirteen genera and ca. fifty species. Taxonomic treatment of the Asphodelaceae in Pakistan considers Hemerocallis fulva (L.) L. Fascicle 212 in the Flora of Pakistan series includes one line art illustration with a grid system map of the country.

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Flora / Fauna
Series: Flora of Pakistan Volume: 212
By: SI Ali
8 pages, line drawing, map
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