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Flores Silvestres de las Islas Canarias [Wild Flowers of the Canary Islands]

Field / Identification Guide Identification Key Out of Print
By: David Bramwell(Author), Zoë Bramwell(Author)
437 pages, 550 colour photos, 52 colour illustrations
Publisher: Editorial Rueda
Flores Silvestres de las Islas Canarias [Wild Flowers of the Canary Islands]
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  • Flores Silvestres de las Islas Canarias [Wild Flowers of the Canary Islands] ISBN: 9788472071285 Edition: 4 Paperback Dec 2001 Out of Print #156871
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Language: Spanish

The mountains, forests and coasts of the Canary Islands have a wide wealth of wild flowers, many of which are unique to the archipelago. The endemic flora component, described in this book, is clear to even the most casual observer, and is part of the dominant vegetation of each natural area.

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Las montañas, bosques y costas de las Islas Canarias contienen una amplia riqueza en flores silvestres, gran parte de las cuales son peculiares del Archipiélago. El componente endémico de la flora, descrito en este libro, es evidente incluso para el observador más eventual, y forma parte de la vegetación dominante de cada zona natural.

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1. Historia de la exploración botánica
2. Clima
3. Zonas de vegetación y comunidades de plantas
4. Orígenes de la flora en las Islas Canarias
5. Plantas legendarias
6. Zonas de interés botánico
7. Conservación
8. Clave de familias
9. Flora Glosario

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Field / Identification Guide Identification Key Out of Print
By: David Bramwell(Author), Zoë Bramwell(Author)
437 pages, 550 colour photos, 52 colour illustrations
Publisher: Editorial Rueda
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