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Flowering Plants of Indian Institute Of Science: A Field Guide (2-Volume Set)

Field / Identification Guide
By: K Sankara Rao(Author), Surendra Champanerkar(Author)
950 pages, colour photos
Flowering Plants of Indian Institute Of Science: A Field Guide (2-Volume Set)
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Flowering Plants of Indian Institute Of Science: A Field Guide (2-Volume Set)

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The campus of the Indian Institute of Science is famous for its lush greenery and the diversity of plant and animal life. This 2-volume field guide describes all the flowering plants found on this campus. Volume 1 covers trees, palms, woody climbers, shrubs, herbs, succulents, cacti, and orchids, volume 2 covers trees, shrubs, trailers and climbers, herbs, grasses, sedges, cat-tails, plants of water and marsh, flowering parasites, non-flowering seed plants, and lower groups.

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Field / Identification Guide
By: K Sankara Rao(Author), Surendra Champanerkar(Author)
950 pages, colour photos
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