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Flowering Plants of Africa, Volume 59: Plates 2201–2220

Flora / Fauna Monograph Journal / Magazine
Series: Flowering Plants of Africa Volume: 59
By: Gerrit Germishuizen(Editor), E du Plessis(Contributor), Gillian S Condy(Contributor)
145 pages, 20 plates with colour illustrations; b/w photos, b/w line drawings, b/w distribution maps
Flowering Plants of Africa, Volume 59: Plates 2201–2220
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This issue includes a new combination and new status of Hibiscus, a cliff-dwelling species of Aloe from Namibia, an Ixia with glorious sprays of bright sea-green flowers, four members of the orchid family and one of various species of Hoodia said to have been used for centuries by the San and other peoples in southern Africa to curb the effects of hunger and thirst. Features the work of botanical artists such as Gillian Condy, Sandie Burrows and Andrew Kamiti.

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Flora / Fauna Monograph Journal / Magazine
Series: Flowering Plants of Africa Volume: 59
By: Gerrit Germishuizen(Editor), E du Plessis(Contributor), Gillian S Condy(Contributor)
145 pages, 20 plates with colour illustrations; b/w photos, b/w line drawings, b/w distribution maps
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