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Quick ID Guide: Wild Flowers of the Cape Peninsula

Field / Identification Guide
By: Hugh Gascoyne Clarke(Author), Corinne Merry(Author)
160 pages, 260 colour photos, 3 colour maps
Quick ID Guide: Wild Flowers of the Cape Peninsula
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  • Quick ID Guide: Wild Flowers of the Cape Peninsula ISBN: 9781775846406 Edition: 3 Paperback Oct 2020 In stock
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Written with the non-specialist in mind, this guide is a must-have for flower lovers, hikers, tour guides and tourists – anyone interested in identifying the wild flowers that grace the South African Cape Peninsula.  Quick ID Guide: Wild Flowers of the Cape Peninsula covers the most remarkable and commonly seen wild flowers of Table Mountain, Silvermine and Cape Point. The book was originally published as Common Wild Flowers of Table Mountain in 2007, then revised as Common Wild Flowers of Table Mountain & Silvermine in 2013 to include the flowers of Silvermine.

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Field / Identification Guide
By: Hugh Gascoyne Clarke(Author), Corinne Merry(Author)
160 pages, 260 colour photos, 3 colour maps
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