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Les Bryophytes du Centre-Ouest: Classification, Determination, Repartition [Central West Bryophytes: Classification, Determination, Distribution]

Identification Key Out of Print
By: RB Pierrot(Author)
124 pages, no illustrations
Les Bryophytes du Centre-Ouest: Classification, Determination, Repartition [Central West Bryophytes: Classification, Determination, Distribution]
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  • Les Bryophytes du Centre-Ouest: Classification, Determination, Repartition [Central West Bryophytes: Classification, Determination, Distribution] Paperback Dec 2005 Out of Print #157433
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Language: French

This issue of the bulletin is an revised and expanded second edition of the identification keys originally published in Bulletin Special No. 1 in 1974 under the title "Clés de Détermination des Bryophytes de la Région Poitou-Charentes-Vendée". New species have been described since, and so the title of this new edition has changed to reflect the bigger area now considered. There are three genus-level identification keys for Hepatica, and acrocarp and pleurocarp mosses.

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Identification Key Out of Print
By: RB Pierrot(Author)
124 pages, no illustrations
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