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Tropical African Flowering Plants: Ecology and Distribution, Volume 8 Monocotyledons 2 (Anthericaceae-Palmae)

Flora / Fauna
By: Jean-Pierre Lebrun(Author), Adélaïde L Stork(Author)
357 pages, b/w distribution maps
Tropical African Flowering Plants: Ecology and Distribution, Volume 8
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This book covers 20 families, 100 genera, 846 species; each of these is mapped together with a simplified description and ecology. It covers a variety of plants ranging from Afrothismia grass without chlorophyll ranging in size from 1 to 18 cm, to the palm Raphia regalis which has leaves up to 25 m long.

 

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Flora / Fauna
By: Jean-Pierre Lebrun(Author), Adélaïde L Stork(Author)
357 pages, b/w distribution maps
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