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The Rare Plant Register of Cumbria

By: Mike Porter(Author), Geoffrey Halliday(Author)
150 pages, 6 plates with colour photos, 56 colour distribution maps
The Rare Plant Register of Cumbria
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  • The Rare Plant Register of Cumbria ISBN: 9780953971855 Spiralbound Oct 2014 In stock
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This register of the rare, scarce and threatened vascular plants of Cumbria is a companion book to the Flora of Cumbria and provides more precise and up to date details of individual species than the Flora. The source of much of the information in the Register is drawn from the Flora of Cumbria database along with subsequent records and species index cards, corrected and updated by local recorders, field workers from other local groups and BSBI surveys.

This a paper form of an abridged version of the Register database.

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By: Mike Porter(Author), Geoffrey Halliday(Author)
150 pages, 6 plates with colour photos, 56 colour distribution maps
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