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Academic & Professional Books  Botany  Vascular Plants  Vascular Plants: General

The World of Clovers

Edited By: John M Gillet, Michael Collins and Norman J Taylor
457 pages, bw plates
The World of Clovers
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Provides general information on the genus Trifolium and its more than 200 species.

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Links to - alphabetical list of species; codes for seed colour; codes for seed shape; codes for seed size; codes for seed texture; acknowledgements; introductory information.

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Edited By: John M Gillet, Michael Collins and Norman J Taylor
457 pages, bw plates
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