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Trees of Britain and Europe

Field / Identification Guide Out of Print
By: Margot Spohn and Roland Spohn
256 pages, Photos and illus
Publisher: A & C Black
Trees of Britain and Europe
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  • Trees of Britain and Europe ISBN: 9781408101520 Paperback Jun 2008 Out of Print #170921
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This indispensable guide to the Trees of Britain and Europe is part of the new "Black's Nature Guide" series. Almost 350 species of tree are covered, each beautifully illustrated with detailed paintings and clear photographs. The images not only show you what the tree looks like in its habitat, but also focus in on specific features such as the leaves to aid identification. Clear and concise information is provided, such as when the tree is in flower, the approximate leaf size and preferred habitat.

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Margot and Roland Spohn share a passion for nature and have combined theirskills to produce this wonderful guide. They have previously produced the standard work on thesubject of wild flowers, What flower is that - the encyclopedia.

Field / Identification Guide Out of Print
By: Margot Spohn and Roland Spohn
256 pages, Photos and illus
Publisher: A & C Black
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