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Rostliny Karpat [Carpathian Plants]

Flora / Fauna
By: Peter Turis(Author), Jaroslav Košťál(Author)
320 pages, colour photos, distribution maps
Publisher: Academia
Rostliny Karpat [Carpathian Plants]
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  • Rostliny Karpat [Carpathian Plants] ISBN: 9788020029379 Hardback Jun 2019 Usually dispatched within 2-4 weeks
Price: £54.99
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Language: Czech

The popular-educational book Rostliny Karpat outlines the extremely rich and attractive world of Carpathian plants. It presents a selection of 150 botanically significant and more remarkable plants, which represent mainly Carpathian endemic species and phytogeographically interesting taxa with isolated or border occurrences in the Carpathians. The selection includes plants of various types of habitats and phytogeographical elements, not only rare and endangered species, but also more common taxa typical of the Carpathians. For each plant, in addition to basic information on its biological characteristics, site and conservation status, a map of distribution in the Carpathians is also given. The photographs show not only the plants themselves, but also their habitats and the areas in which they occur.

Summary in Czech:
Populárně-naučná kniha Rostliny Karpat přibližuje nesmírně bohatý a atraktivní svět karpatských rostlin. Je v ní představen výběr 150 botanicky významnějších a pozoruhodnějších rostlin, které reprezentují především karpatské endemity a fytogeograficky zajímavé taxony s izolovaným nebo hraničním výskytem v Karpatech. Ve výběru jsou zahrnuty rostliny různých typů biotopů a fytogeografických elementů, v knize jsou představeny nejen vzácné a ohrožené druhy, ale i běžnější taxony typické pro Karpaty. U každé rostliny je kromě základních informací o její biologické charakteristice, areálu a ohroženosti uvedena také mapa rozšíření v Karpatech. Na fotografiích jsou zachyceny nejen vlastní rostliny, ale také jejich biotopy a území, ve kterých se vyskytují.

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Flora / Fauna
By: Peter Turis(Author), Jaroslav Košťál(Author)
320 pages, colour photos, distribution maps
Publisher: Academia
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