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Rosas de Aragón y Tierras Vecinas [Roses of Aragon and Neighbouring Lands]

Flora / Fauna Identification Key Monograph
By: Pedro Montserrat(Author), Daniel Gómez(Author), José Vicente Ferández(Author), Manuel Bernal(Author)
251 pages, colour photos, b/w line drawings, colour distribution maps, colour tables
Rosas de Aragón y Tierras Vecinas [Roses of Aragon and Neighbouring Lands]
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  • Rosas de Aragón y Tierras Vecinas [Roses of Aragon and Neighbouring Lands] ISBN: 9788494588013 Edition: 2 Paperback Feb 2019 In stock
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Language: Spanish

This book is about the spontaneous and feral roses found in Aragon, Spain, which moreover comprise all those growing in the Iberian Peninsula (Spain, mainland Portugal, and Andorra) and the Baleares. For each rose species the book discusses their distribution and ecology, morphological details facilitating determination, taxonomic problems, hybridization and other related aspects. The authors also provide an identification key, numerous photographs and a number of original plates based on herbarium specimens.

Summary in Spanish:
Este libro trata sobre los rosales que pueden encontrarse espontáneamente o asilvestrados en Aragón, que por otra parte constituyen la totalidad de los que crecen en la Península Ibérica (España y Portugal peninsulares, Andorra) e Islas Baleares.
Para cada especie de rosas comentamos su distribución y ecología, los detalles morfológicos que facilitan su determinación, problemas taxonómicos, hibridación y otros aspectos relacionados. Además, aportamos una clave de identificación, numerosas fotografías y un buen número de láminas originales basadas en pliegos de herbario.

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Flora / Fauna Identification Key Monograph
By: Pedro Montserrat(Author), Daniel Gómez(Author), José Vicente Ferández(Author), Manuel Bernal(Author)
251 pages, colour photos, b/w line drawings, colour distribution maps, colour tables
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