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Flora of the Arabian Peninsula and Socotra: Volume 1

Flora / Fauna Identification Key
Edited By: AG Miller and TA Cope
586 pages, 94 illus, 695 maps
Flora of the Arabian Peninsula and Socotra: Volume 1
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  • Flora of the Arabian Peninsula and Socotra: Volume 1 ISBN: 9780748604753 Hardback Jul 1996 In stock
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This volume starts with an introduction to the areas, and goes on to include sections on: topology and geology; climate, vegetation; floristics; phytogeography, and conservation. Each species has a separate map, with notes on distribution and ecology and also illustrations.

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Part 1: topology and geology; climate; vegetation; floristics, phytogeography; conservation. Part 2: beginning of systematic treatment from ferns to neuradaceae; caryophylaceae; cruciferae; chenopodiaceae; capparaceae; crassulaceae and the gymnosperms.

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T. A. Cope is Curator of Grasses at the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew.

Flora / Fauna Identification Key
Edited By: AG Miller and TA Cope
586 pages, 94 illus, 695 maps
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An excellent Flora of sound content, neat and spacious layout and strong binding, and isillustrated with plenty of good quality line drawings. An excellent flora and a landmark work for the area. An excellent Flora of sound content, neat and spacious layout and strong binding, and isillustrated with plenty of good quality line drawings. An excellent flora and a landmark work for the area.

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