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Sandmaskrosor i Sverige och Danmark [Dandelions in Sweden and Denmark]

Flora / Fauna
By: Göran Wendt(Author), Hans Øllgaard(Author)
304 pages, colour photos, colour illustrations
Sandmaskrosor i Sverige och Danmark [Dandelions in Sweden and Denmark]
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Language: Swedish with English summaries and identification key

In Sweden and Denmark there are 50 different dandelions and two dwarf dandelions. Unlike ordinary dandelions, these usually grow in natural settings, and many are good indicators species of the level of nature protection. Eleven of them are endemic to Sweden and Denmark.

Sandmaskrosor i Sverige och Danmark describes all species in detail, and the differences between them are displayed with rich and unique artwork. There are also keys (included both in the book and on a separate 4-page laminated insert) where you can gradually find your way to the right name of an unknown species.

Summary in Swedish:
I Sverige och Danmark finns 50 olika sandmaskrosor och två dvärgmaskrosor. Till skillnad från vanliga maskrosor växer dessa oftast i naturliga miljöer Många är goda indikator på skyddsvärd natur. Elva av dem är i hela världen endast kända från våra länder.

I boken beskrivs alla arterna i detalj och skillnaderna mellan dem visas med ett rikt och unikt bildmaterial. Det finns också nycklar där man stegvis kan leta sig fram till rätt namm på en okänd art.

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Flora / Fauna
By: Göran Wendt(Author), Hans Øllgaard(Author)
304 pages, colour photos, colour illustrations
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