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Guide to the Succulents of Southern Africa

Field / Identification Guide
By: Gideon F Smith and Neil R Crouch
136 pages, 300 photos
Guide to the Succulents of Southern Africa
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Twenty-five per cent of southern African flora is succulent in nature, and a remarkable forty per cent of the world's succulent plants occur in South Africa. The book will highlight the diversity of succulents that occur in the region with special emphasis on the larger groups -mesems (vygies) and aloes.

The book covers approximately 250 individual species, focusing on the most common and most interesting, and each entry features a photograph and distribution map.

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Field / Identification Guide
By: Gideon F Smith and Neil R Crouch
136 pages, 300 photos
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