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Field Guides & Natural History  Botany  Floras & Botanical Field Guides  Botany of Central & South America

Wild Flowers of Mombacho Nicaragua / Flores Silvestres del Mombacho

Field / Identification Guide
By: Helen Pickering
217 pages, colour photos, illus
Wild Flowers of Mombacho Nicaragua / Flores Silvestres del Mombacho
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Language: Bilingual in English and Spanish

This photographic guide to the Wild Flowers of Mombacho is colour-coded and arranged by Family within the colour sections. It covers flowering plants found on the whole of the Volcano; which includes both tropical cloud forest and dry, deciduous forest, at lower altitudes.

The book covers 200 plants, each of which has two or three photographs and a short description giving common name(s); a short description of the plant; height; flowering period; habitat and any known use of the plant. The vast majority of plants are likely to be found in similar habitats throughout tropical America and nearly one third are pan tropical, making this book of interest to a interest to a wide audience throughout the tropics.

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Field / Identification Guide
By: Helen Pickering
217 pages, colour photos, illus
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