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The Pteridophytes of Mexico, Part 1 Descriptions and Maps

Flora / Fauna Identification Key
Series: The Pteridophytes of Mexico Volume: 1
By: John T Mickel(Author), Alan R Smith(Author)
727 pages, b/w distribution maps
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Written by the New York Botanical Garden's fern curator, John Mickel, and Alan Smith, a curator at UC Berkeley, a monumental and comprehensive treatment of the pteridophytes of Mexico, which, with 124 genera and a broad range of habitats, is "one of the most exciting pteridophytic floras in the world." Nothing short of amazing, this volume describes over a thousand taxa, with complete keys, maps, and almost 300 pages of line drawings.

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Flora / Fauna Identification Key
Series: The Pteridophytes of Mexico Volume: 1
By: John T Mickel(Author), Alan R Smith(Author)
727 pages, b/w distribution maps
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