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Higher Plants of China: Volume 5 - Elaeocapaceae [Chinese]

Flora / Fauna
Series: Higher Plants of China Volume: 5
Edited By: Fu Likuo and Hong Tao
775 pages, 298 colour photos, b/w illustrations, distribution maps
Publisher: Science Press
Higher Plants of China: Volume 5 - Elaeocapaceae [Chinese]
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Language: Chinese with scientific nomenclature and name index

This volume deals with the following families:

64. Elaeocarpaceae 65.Tiliaceae 66. Sterculiaceae 67. Bombacaceae 68. Malvaceae 69. Lecythidaceae 70. Nepenthaceae 71. Droseraceae 72. Flacourtiaceae 73. Bixaceae 74. Cistaceae 75. Stachyuraceae 76. Violaceae 77. Tamaricaceae 78. Frankeniaceae 79. Ancistrocladaceae 80. Passifloraceae 81. Caricaceae 82. Cucurbitaceae 83. Tetramelaceae 84. Begoniaceae 85. Salicaceae 86. Capparaceae 87. Brassicaceae Cruciferae) 88. Moringaceae 89. Resedaceae 90. Clethraceae 91. Empetraceae 92. Ericaceae 93. Pyrolaceae 94. Monotropaceae 95. Diapensiaceae

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Flora / Fauna
Series: Higher Plants of China Volume: 5
Edited By: Fu Likuo and Hong Tao
775 pages, 298 colour photos, b/w illustrations, distribution maps
Publisher: Science Press
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