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Trees of India

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By: Subhadra Menon and Pallava Bagla
142 pages, 263 col photos
Trees of India
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  • Trees of India ISBN: 9789628711123 Hardback Dec 2000 Out of Print #117777
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Covers the most popular trees in India, each with authentic text combined with clear colour photographs by Pallava Bagla. The photographs capture the leaves, foliage, flowers, fruits and seeds of 60 of the most familiar species in India, known the world over for its rich diversity of plant life. The informative text is written by Subhadra Menon, a well-known environmental journalist, with a doctorate in tree biology, and covers the impact trees have on human civilization and everyday life.

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Out of Print
By: Subhadra Menon and Pallava Bagla
142 pages, 263 col photos
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