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Guía Fotográfica de las Plantas Vasculares de Cerro Jefe, Panamá [Photographic Guide to the Vascular Plants of Cerro Jefe, Panama]

By: Alejandro De Sedas M(Author), Laurencio Martínez(Author), María NS de Stapf(Author), Mireya Correa A(Author)
56 pages, colour photos
Guía Fotográfica de las Plantas Vasculares de Cerro Jefe, Panamá [Photographic Guide to the Vascular Plants of Cerro Jefe, Panama]
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Language: Spanish

The guide to Cerro Jefe focuses on native plants, but as its title implies, provides only photos and omits all descriptive text apart from Latin names. This low mountain (1007 m elevation), situated a short distance from Panama City, is notable for its endemism; the guide illustrates 40 species from 23 families, 14 of which are endemic.

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By: Alejandro De Sedas M(Author), Laurencio Martínez(Author), María NS de Stapf(Author), Mireya Correa A(Author)
56 pages, colour photos
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