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Wild Flowers of the Northern Namib

Field / Identification Guide
By: Antje Burke
112 pages, Photos, illus
Wild Flowers of the Northern Namib
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Strictly speaking, the northern Namib extends way into Angola. However, due to the long years of political unrest, hardly any plant collections have been undertaken in that remote part of the Namib and as a result our knowledge of its plants life is very limited. Consequently, in this book the author focuses on the northern Namib within Namibia which is accessible to most visitors.

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Field / Identification Guide
By: Antje Burke
112 pages, Photos, illus
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