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Preliminary List of the Leguminosae in Northeastern Brazil / Lista Preliminar da Familia Leguminoseae na Regiao Nordeste do Brasil

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Edited By: Edgley A Cesar, FS Juchum and GP Lewis
209 pages, Figs
Preliminary List of the Leguminosae in Northeastern Brazil / Lista Preliminar da Familia Leguminoseae na Regiao Nordeste do Brasil
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Language: Bilingual in English and Portuguese

Many legume specimens from Bahia are deposited at the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew, a large proportion having been added to the collections as a direct result of the long-standing collaboration between Brazil and Kew.

For the purposes of this checklist, 9,066 specimens were examined and 869 species are recorded in 135 genera.

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Edited By: Edgley A Cesar, FS Juchum and GP Lewis
209 pages, Figs
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