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Academic & Professional Books  Botany  Floras & Botanical Field Guides  Botany of the Polar Regions

The Flora of the Russian Arctic, Volume 1 I Polypodiaceae - XIII Graminaea

Flora / Fauna Identification Key
By: AI Tolmachev(Editor), BA Yurtsev(Editor), JG Packer(Editor), GCD Griffiths(Translated by)
330 pages, Figs, maps
The Flora of the Russian Arctic, Volume 1
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  • The Flora of the Russian Arctic, Volume 1 ISBN: 9780888642691 Hardback Dec 1995 Usually dispatched within 1-2 weeks
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Language: English

Originally published as Flora Arctica URSS, Volumes 1 and 2. Covers: Polypodiceae (True Ferns); Ophioglossaceae (Adder's Tongue family); Equistetaceae (Horsetails); Lycopodiaceae (Club-Moss); Selaginallaceae (Selaginella family); Pinaceae (Pine family); Cupressaceae (Cypress family); Sparganiaceae (Bur-Reed family); Potamogetonaceae (Pondweed family); Juncaginaceae (Arrow-Grass family); Alsimataceae (Water-Plantain family); Butomaceae (Flowering Rush family); Gramineae (Grasses).

Contents

Part One: Polypodiaceae -- True Ferns; part Two: Ophioglossaceae -- Adder's Tongue Family; Part Three: Equisetaceae: Horsetails; Part Four: Lycopodiaceae -- Club-Mosses; Part Five: Selaginellaceae -- Selaginella Family; Part Six: Pinaceae -- Pine Family; Part Seven: Cupressaceae -- Cypress Family; Part Eight: Sparganiaceae -- Bur-Reed Family; Part Nine: Potamogetonaceae -- Pondweed Family; Part Ten: Juncaginaceae -- Arrow-Grass Family; Part Eleven: Alismataceae -- Water-Plantain Family; Part Twelve: Butomcaeae -- Flowering Rush Family; Part Thirteen: Gramineae -- Grasses.

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Flora / Fauna Identification Key
By: AI Tolmachev(Editor), BA Yurtsev(Editor), JG Packer(Editor), GCD Griffiths(Translated by)
330 pages, Figs, maps
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The Flora contains a wealth of information of interest to western botanists but this has remained largely untapped on account of language difficulties. It was, therefore, a bold and imaginative initiative on the part of The University of Alberta Press to publish in an English edition in six volumes under the editorship of Professor J. G. Packer. G. Halliday, Book Reviews

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