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Helleborus and the Helleborastrum Problem

By: Will McLewin(Author)
320 pages, 430 colour photos
Helleborus and the Helleborastrum Problem
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  • Helleborus and the Helleborastrum Problem ISBN: 9781733146692 Hardback Jan 2019 Expected dispatch within 3-4 days
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The rarely acknowledged problem with hellebore species and its interaction with the bigger problem of defining what the term 'species' actually means, are confronted. A different approach to plant species classification is described and is shown to provide a solution to both problems.

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By: Will McLewin(Author)
320 pages, 430 colour photos
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"Overall, the book has a profound beauty. [...] of interest to any botanist."
– Paul Krause, Alpine Garden Society bulletin

"[...] the author has taken an innovative approach which I find increasingly persuasive as it does provide an answer to a problem that has baffled many. I do recommend this treatise to anyone interested in the classification of plants [...] ..as it presents an inspired way of looking at a particular problem where the traditional ways [...] have not provided a satisfactory answer. [...] copiously illustrated [...] but this is not a coffee table book, it needs concentration and repeated inspection."
– Brian Mathew, RHS Plant Review

 

 

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