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Flora of the British Isles (4-Volume Set) Illustrations

Flora / Fauna
By: AR Clapham, TG Tutin, EF Warburg and Sybil J Roles
521 pages, b/w illustrations
Flora of the British Isles (4-Volume Set)
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About this book

The illustrations were originally published in four volumes in the years between 1957 and 1965. Their purpose was the accurate identification of all British plants, including a large number of commonly grown related garden plants and well-established aliens. In addition, invaluable information concerning the ecology, geographical distribution, evolutionary history and agricultural significance of the plants is provided. This important series, now reprinted in four volumes, will still be of particular interest and relevance to amateur botanists and anyone wishing to know more about British plant life.

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Part I. Pteridophyta to Papilionaceae; Part II. Rosaceae to Polemoniaceae; Part III. Boraginaceae to Compositae; Part IV. Monocotyledons.

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Flora / Fauna
By: AR Clapham, TG Tutin, EF Warburg and Sybil J Roles
521 pages, b/w illustrations
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