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Trees of Kruger

Field / Identification Guide
Series: Nature Now
By: Braam van Wyk(Author), Piet van Wyk(Author)
200 pages, 330 colour photos, 5 colour maps
Trees of Kruger
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This book describes and illustrates 80 of the larger, more conspicuous and common tree species likely to be seen while travelling in South Africa's Kruger National Park. Intended as a handy guide to accurate identification, each spread shows the tree in full display along with a selection of supplementary images such as leaves, flowers, fruit and bark. Succinct text with minimal botanical jargon supports the images, and informative boxes describe the uses of plant parts. A series of maps demarcating 35 different vegetation zones or 'landscapes' within the Park helps readers to determine which tree species are likely to be seen in which area.

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Field / Identification Guide
Series: Nature Now
By: Braam van Wyk(Author), Piet van Wyk(Author)
200 pages, 330 colour photos, 5 colour maps
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