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Neophyten [Neophytes]

Field / Identification Guide
By: Norbert Griebl(Author)
496 pages, 144 colour photos, 1400 colour illustrations, 900+ colour distribution maps
Publisher: Kosmos Verlag
Neophyten [Neophytes]
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  • Neophyten [Neophytes] ISBN: 9783440168745 Paperback Sep 2020 Usually dispatched within 1 week
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Language: German

Neophytes are plants that are not originally native to an area: the problematic balsam as well as the useful apple tree. On the basis of floras and herbaria, gardener and plant expert Norbert Griebl has identified all neophytes that have gone feral in Germany after 1492. In his comprehensive lexicon, he describes 473 main species and a similar number of minor species, together with their origin, past and present use, and the reasons for their spread and naturalization. A complete, well-founded overview for students, specialists and anyone interested in botanical knowledge.

Summary in German:
Neophyten – das sind Pflanzen, die ursprünglich nicht bei uns beheimatet sind: das problematische Drüsige Springkraut ebenso wie der nützliche Apfelbaum. Der Gärtner und Pflanzenexperte Norbert Griebl hat auf Basis von Florenwerken und Herbarien alle Neophyten identifiziert, die nach 1492 hier verwildert sind. In seinem umfassenden Lexikon beschreibt er 473 Hauptarten und ähnlich viele Nebenarten, zusammen mit Herkunft, früherer und heutiger Nutzung sowie den Gründen für Ausbreitung und Verwilderung. Eine vollständige, fundierte Übersicht für Studierende, Fachleute und alle botanisch tiefer Interessierten.

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Field / Identification Guide
By: Norbert Griebl(Author)
496 pages, 144 colour photos, 1400 colour illustrations, 900+ colour distribution maps
Publisher: Kosmos Verlag
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