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Pteridophytes of Thailand, Volume 1 [English / Chinese]

Monograph
By: Yang Feng-Chun(Author), De Fei Li(Author), Hua Ping Huang(Author)
114 pages, 92 plates with colour photos
Pteridophytes of Thailand, Volume 1 [English / Chinese]
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Language: Bilingual in English and Chinese

This work focuses on the pteridophytes in Thailand. Around 100 species of 19 families (650 known species in Thailand) are recorded with their fronds, rhizomes, sori, habitat, etc. The identification is based on Flora of Thailand (English version) and Flora of China (English version), while the system follows PPG (Pteridophyte Phylogeny Group). All species in the book correspond to the exact locations photographed, and they are all described with pictures in detail. Some species are proposed Chinese names separately while others have historical names already. This book is suitable for botanists, especially taxonomists, college students, and so on. It can be a field survey reference of pteridophytes in tropical Southeast Asia.

Contents

Physical Geography of Thailand
Classification
- Lycopodiaceae
- Selaginellaceae
- Equisetaceae
- Psilotaceae
- HYmenophyllaceae
- Gleicheniaceae
- Lygodiaceae
- Salviniaceae
- Cibotiaceae
- Lindsaeaceae
- Pteridaceae
- Dennstaedtiaceae
- Aspleniaceae
- Blechnaceae
- Thelypteridaceae
- Dryopteridaceae
- Nephrolepidaceae
- Tectariaceae
- Oleandraceae
- Davalliaceae
- Polypodiaceae

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Monograph
By: Yang Feng-Chun(Author), De Fei Li(Author), Hua Ping Huang(Author)
114 pages, 92 plates with colour photos
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