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Field Guides & Natural History  Botany  Floras & Botanical Field Guides  Botany of Europe

Kosmos-Baumführer Europa 680 Bäume, 2600 Zeichnungen

Field / Identification Guide
By: Margot Spohn(Author), Roland Spohn(Author)
304 pages, 2600 colour illustrations
Publisher: Kosmos Verlag
Kosmos-Baumführer Europa
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Language: German

Kosmos-Baumführer Europa presents all of our European and non-European common trees together for the first time, covering 680 species. Illustrated with unique details of leaves, flowers, fruits, bark and growth form.

Summary in German:
Erdbeerbäume, der Drachenbaum oder die Dattelpalmen sind heutzutage keine fernen Exoten mehr. Sie sind ebenso Teil unserer europäischen Heimat wie Stiel-Eiche, Rot-Buche oder Weiß-Tanne. Ob wir in Wald und Park, in Orangerien oder in den Urlaubsländern unterwegs sind: Dieser Naturführer porträtiert erstmals alle unsere europäischen sowie häufige außereuropäische Bäume. Alle Porträts mit einzigartig illustrierten Details zu Blatt, Blüte, Frucht, Rinde und Wuchsform.

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Field / Identification Guide
By: Margot Spohn(Author), Roland Spohn(Author)
304 pages, 2600 colour illustrations
Publisher: Kosmos Verlag
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