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The Wild Plants of Antigua and Barbuda An illustrated field guide to the native and naturalised vascular plants

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By: Christopher Pratt(Author), Kevel Lindsay(Author), Melanie Pearson(Author), Carolyn Thomas(Author)
405 pages, colour photos, colour illustrations
The Wild Plants of Antigua and Barbuda
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This beautifully illustrated 400-page field guide is a comprehensive guide with photographs, identification keys and descriptions of nearly 500 species of plants, mainly native species, that adorn countryside of Antigua and Barbuda, and provide a habitat for wildlife. It is intended for all who seek to know more about beautiful tropical plants and their ecosystems.

The field guide is based on extensive surveys of Antigua & Barbuda by the authors. It includes over 1000 photographs taken in Antigua and Barbuda by the authors. Whilst every Caribbean island has its own distinct flora, plant lovers will find this guide of application in nearby Caribbean islands.

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Field / Identification Guide Identification Key
By: Christopher Pratt(Author), Kevel Lindsay(Author), Melanie Pearson(Author), Carolyn Thomas(Author)
405 pages, colour photos, colour illustrations
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