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Plants of Central Asia, Volume 11: Amaranthaceae - Caryophyllaceae

Flora / Fauna
Series: Plants of Central Asia Volume: 11
Edited By: YD Gusev and YP Kozhevnikov
136 pages, Illus, maps
Plants of Central Asia, Volume 11: Amaranthaceae - Caryophyllaceae
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The eleventh volume of the illustrated lists of vascular plants of Central Asia (within the people's Republics of China and Mongolia) continues the description of flowering plants and covers families Amaranthaceae, Aizoaceae, Portulacaceae and Caryophyllaceae. Keys are provided for the identification of genera and species and references to nomenclature, and information on habitat and geographic distribution given for each species. The latest genera treated in this volume are Stellaria (30 species), Silene (28 species), Arenaria (27 species), Gypsophila (12 species) and Cerastium (11 species). Ill.: 10 plates, 7 maps of distribution ranges.

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Flora / Fauna
Series: Plants of Central Asia Volume: 11
Edited By: YD Gusev and YP Kozhevnikov
136 pages, Illus, maps
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