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Flora of the Baltic Countries, Volume 1: Compendium of Vascular Plants [English / Russian]

Flora / Fauna Identification Key Out of Print
By: L Laasimer(Editor), V Kuusk(Editor), L Tabaka(Editor), A Lekavičius(Editor)
377 pages, 5 b/w maps
Flora of the Baltic Countries, Volume 1: Compendium of Vascular Plants [English / Russian]
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  • Flora of the Baltic Countries, Volume 1: Compendium of Vascular Plants [English / Russian] ISBN: 9789985500446 Paperback Dec 1993 Out of Print #37664
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Language: Bilingual in English and Russian, with common names given in Estonian, Latvian, Lithuanian, and Russian

Comprises all indigenous vascular plants plus casuals, naturalised taxa, and escapes from cultivation that are becoming established.

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Flora / Fauna Identification Key Out of Print
By: L Laasimer(Editor), V Kuusk(Editor), L Tabaka(Editor), A Lekavičius(Editor)
377 pages, 5 b/w maps
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