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Patagonia Plants / Plantas de la Patagonia

Field / Identification Guide Out of Print
By: Daniel Barthelemy(Author), Cecilia Brion(Author), Javier Puntieri(Author)
239 pages, 500 colour photos, 80 b/w line drawings
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Language: Bilingual in English and Spanish

Gives a comprehensive, attractive picture of the flora of Argentinian and Chilean Patagonia. It describes 95 plant families representative of the zone, comprising 400 species. It has 500 colour photographs and 80 illustrations, and is intended for a wide readership.

Patagonia Plants / Plantas de la Patagonia is the result of more than fifteen years' collaboration through a series of research projects headed by Daniel Barthelemy at the Universidad nacional del Comahue's Centro regional universitario bariloche in southern Argentina.

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Field / Identification Guide Out of Print
By: Daniel Barthelemy(Author), Cecilia Brion(Author), Javier Puntieri(Author)
239 pages, 500 colour photos, 80 b/w line drawings
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