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Flora of Peninsular Malaysia, Series II: Seed Plants, Volume 3

Flora / Fauna Identification Key
By: Ruth Kiew(Editor), RCK Chung(Editor), LG Saw(Editor), E Soepadmo(Editor)
385 pages, 35 plates with colour photos, b/w line drawings, b/w distribution maps
Flora of Peninsular Malaysia, Series II: Seed Plants, Volume 3
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  • Flora of Peninsular Malaysia, Series II: Seed Plants, Volume 3 ISBN: 9789675221736 Hardback Apr 2012 In stock
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Language: English

The Flora of Peninsular Malaysia Series II provides revisions for seed plant families that occur in Peninsular Malaysia. Volume 3 (which sits within volume 49 of the parent series Malayan Forest Records) includes revisions of one gymnosperm family (Cycadaceae) and 9 families of dicotyledons, namely Chrysobalanaceae, Cleomaceae, Cucurbitaceae, Juglandaceae, Lecythidaceae, Magnoliaceae, Nepenthaceae, Ochnaceae and Olacaceae. Conservation status and distribution maps are provided for 123 indigenous species of these 10 family accounts. Representative species are illustrated by botanical plates and colour photographs.

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Flora / Fauna Identification Key
By: Ruth Kiew(Editor), RCK Chung(Editor), LG Saw(Editor), E Soepadmo(Editor)
385 pages, 35 plates with colour photos, b/w line drawings, b/w distribution maps
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