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Field Guides & Natural History  Botany  Vascular Plants  Orchids

Orchids of the Solomon Islands and Bougainville

Field / Identification Guide Identification Key
By: BA Lewis(Author), Phillip J Cribb(Author), S Wickison(Author)
351 pages, 16 plates with colour photos; 80 b/w line drawings, 3 b/w maps, tables
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Orchids of the Solomon Islands and Bougainville contains keys to identification, plus notes on habitat and distribution.

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Field / Identification Guide Identification Key
By: BA Lewis(Author), Phillip J Cribb(Author), S Wickison(Author)
351 pages, 16 plates with colour photos; 80 b/w line drawings, 3 b/w maps, tables
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