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By: Tracey Parker(Author)
494 pages, colour photos, b/w illustrations, b/w maps
This book gives an overview of 150 economically important forest trees of Jamaica, mostly native, each illustrated with full-colour photos of flowers, fruit, leaves, bark and form for each species. The book is designed to benefit foresters during inventories and field work, ecologists in vegetation and habitat studies, and naturalists and visitor as they travel throughout the countryside. Includes vegetation map, key, botanical descriptions, glossary, illustrated terminology, and index.
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