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Flora of Siberia, Volume 10: Geraniaceae - Cornaceae

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Series: Flora of Siberia Volume: 10
Edited By: GA Peschkova
314 pages, distribution maps
Publisher: Taylor & Francis
Flora of Siberia, Volume 10: Geraniaceae - Cornaceae
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This volume contains data on morphology, ecology, and chorology of feral species and subspecies of 31 families of flowering plants. The families have been arranged essentially according to the Engler system. Conforming to the latest views (Takhtadzhyn, Sistema magnoliofitov [System of Magnoliophyta] 1987), some families have, however, been subdivided into some smaller families. Thus, family Biebersteiniaceae has been separated from family Geraniaceae; family Zygophyllaceae s.l. is represented in Siberia by 4 smaller (in volume) families: Zygophyllaceae s. str., Rutaceae, Nitrariaceae, and Peganaceae.

This critical study has provided the specific characteristics of taxonomy and chorology of 299 species and subspecies belonging to 101 genera including 6 taxa that are new for science and their diagnosis in Latin.

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Family Geraniaceae; Family Biebersteiniaceae; Family Oxalidaceae; Family Linaceae; Family Rutaceae; Family Zygophyllaceae; Family Nitrariaceae; Family Peganaceae; Family Polygalaceae; Family Euphorbiaceae; Family Callitrichaceae; Family Empetraceae; Family Celastraceae; Family Balsaminiaceae; Family Rhamnaceae; Family Tiliaceae; Family Malvaceae; Family Hypericaceae; Family Elatinaceae; Family Frankeniaceae; Family Tamaricaceae (Key to Genera, Genera Reamuria L., Tamarix L.) E.M. Lyakh (Genus Myricaria Desv.); Family Violaceae; Family Thymelaeaceae; Family Elaeagnaceae; Family Lythraceae; Family Onagraceae; Family Trapaceae or Hydrocaryaceae; Family Haloragaceae; Family Hippuridaceae; Family Apiaceae or Umbelliferae; Family Cornaceae; Maps of Plant Distribution (R.P. 197i? 242); Index of Latin Names of Plants (R.P. 247i? 252)

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Flora / Fauna Identification Key
Series: Flora of Siberia Volume: 10
Edited By: GA Peschkova
314 pages, distribution maps
Publisher: Taylor & Francis
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