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Swiss Plant Life / Pflanzenleben der Schweiz The Natural History of a Rich Flora / Die Naturgeschichte einer artenreichen Flora

Flora / Fauna
By: Ewald Weber(Author)
208 pages, 180 colour photos and colour illustrations
Swiss Plant Life / Pflanzenleben der Schweiz
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Language: Bilingual in English and German

Richly illustrated introduction to the flora of Switzerland, a country with distinct landscapes, climates and vegetation types. It has more than 2 500 species of vascular plants.

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Flora / Fauna
By: Ewald Weber(Author)
208 pages, 180 colour photos and colour illustrations
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