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La Végétation Lichénique du Massif Armoricain

By: Henry des Abbayes(Author)
276 pages, plates with b/w photos, b/w line drawings, 1 b/w map
La Végétation Lichénique du Massif Armoricain
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Language: French

Reprint of a book published in 1934. This monograph describes the lichen flora of this area in the NW corner of France.

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By: Henry des Abbayes(Author)
276 pages, plates with b/w photos, b/w line drawings, 1 b/w map
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