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Higher Plants of China in Colour (9-Volume Set) [English / Chinese]

Flora / Fauna
By: Editorial Committee of Higher Plants of China in Colour(Editor)
4246 pages, ~20,000 colour photos
Publisher: Science Press
Higher Plants of China in Colour (9-Volume Set) [English / Chinese]
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Language: Bilingual in English and Chinese

Higher Plants of China in Colour contains nearly 20,000, presenting the cream of wild higher plants and important cultivated plants in China, the species of which number more than 10,000. Each of the species is concisely introduced in both Chinese and English with such details as Chinese name, Latin name, morphological features, flowering and fruiting season, habitalt and distribution. Divided into nine volumes, this work includes 100 bryophyte families, 40 pteridophyte families, 11 gymnosperm families and 232 angiosperm families, 383 families altogether; the inclusion of all families is complete except for the bryophytes.

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Flora / Fauna
By: Editorial Committee of Higher Plants of China in Colour(Editor)
4246 pages, ~20,000 colour photos
Publisher: Science Press
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