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Flora of Tropical East Africa: Menyanthaceae

Flora / Fauna Identification Key
By: Christopher Whitehouse(Author), Roger M Polhill(Editor)
7 pages, 1 plate with b/w line drawings
Publisher: A A Balkema
Flora of Tropical East Africa: Menyanthaceae
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  • Flora of Tropical East Africa: Menyanthaceae ISBN: 9789061913702 Paperback Mar 1996 Usually dispatched within 1-2 weeks
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This fascicle deals with the family Menyanthaceae, which contains 5 genera and ± 40 species with a cosmopolitan distribution. A single genus, Nymphoides, is found in tropical Africa.

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Flora / Fauna Identification Key
By: Christopher Whitehouse(Author), Roger M Polhill(Editor)
7 pages, 1 plate with b/w line drawings
Publisher: A A Balkema
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