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Swithland Wood: A Study of its History and Vegetation

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By: Stephen F Woodward
227 pages, B/w photos, 34 tabs, 79 maps & figs
Swithland Wood: A Study of its History and Vegetation
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  • Swithland Wood: A Study of its History and Vegetation ISBN: 9780850223033 Paperback Dec 1992 Out of Print #22359
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Swithland Wood is one of Leicestershire's most popular public open spaces. This study catalogues the vascular and cryptogamic flora and presents detailed quantitative studies of the field, shrub and canopy layers, related to topographical and historical factors. The book draws attention to the remarkable population of the small-leaved lime tree Tilia cordata, and attempts to explain its curious behaviour in this ancient, yet secondary, woodland.

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Out of Print
By: Stephen F Woodward
227 pages, B/w photos, 34 tabs, 79 maps & figs
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