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Guide to the Ferns and Lycophytes of REBIO Uatuma, Central Amazonia Guia de Samambaias e Licofitas da REBIO Uatuma, Amazonia Cantral

Field / Identification Guide Out of Print
By: G Zumquim, FRC Costa, J Prado and H Tuomisto
315 pages, Col photos
Guide to the Ferns and Lycophytes of REBIO Uatuma, Central Amazonia
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  • Guide to the Ferns and Lycophytes of REBIO Uatuma, Central Amazonia ISBN: 9788599387085 Hardback Jan 2008 Out of Print #182087
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Language: Bilingual in English and Portuguese

Created in 1990, the Reserva Biologica (REBIO) Uatuma protects almost 10,000 square km. of Amazonian rain forest and comprises a fascinating diversity of habitats for ferns and lycophytes. This richly illustrated book treats the ecology and identification of 120 species of ferns and lycophytes and provides a pleasant introduction to the fantastic world of these groups of plants. As a taxonomically up-to-date introduction to the most common ferns of the entire lowland Amazon basin, it is an extremely useful tool for novices and professionals alike.

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Field / Identification Guide Out of Print
By: G Zumquim, FRC Costa, J Prado and H Tuomisto
315 pages, Col photos
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