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Field Guides & Natural History  Botany  Non-Vascular Plants  Mosses & Liverworts

Mosses and Liverworts of the Azores and Madeira

Field / Identification Guide Out of Print
By: Jan-Peter Frahm(Author)
116 pages, colour photos
Mosses and Liverworts of the Azores and Madeira
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  • Mosses and Liverworts of the Azores and Madeira ISBN: 9783848214464 Paperback Feb 2013 Out of Print #205655
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The mild and humid climate in the Azores and Madeira favours the growth of mosses and liverworts. More than 500 species were so far found in each archipelago. Many are found else only along the oceanic coastal regions of Europe, some even only on these islands, others are tropical species. The mosses and liverworts of the Azores and Madeira are regarded as relics, which have colonized the islands after their volcanic origin und survived the glaciation periods in Europe. Therefore they give a vivid imagination of the flora of the Tertiary. A selection of 139 of these rare species is illustrated here, either as a help for identification of the less known species or to just enjoy the beauty of these small plants.

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Field / Identification Guide Out of Print
By: Jan-Peter Frahm(Author)
116 pages, colour photos
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