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Vegetation of New Zealand

Flora / Fauna
By: Peter Wardle
672 pages, 300 photos, maps, figs
Publisher: Blackburn Press
Vegetation of New Zealand
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  • Vegetation of New Zealand ISBN: 9781930665583 Hardback Aug 2002 Usually dispatched within 3 days
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  • Vegetation of New Zealand ISBN: 9780521258739 Hardback Sep 1991 Out of Print #11240
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This book is a comprehensive description of the highly diverse vegetation of New Zealand, ranging from its origins to the major communities within which the plants exist.

This is a reprint of the volume originally published in 1991.

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Flora / Fauna
By: Peter Wardle
672 pages, 300 photos, maps, figs
Publisher: Blackburn Press
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