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Woody Flora of Heshan [Chinese]

Flora / Fauna
By: Yi Qifei(Author)
Woody Flora of Heshan [Chinese]
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  • Woody Flora of Heshan [Chinese] ISBN: 9787560984759 Hardback Jan 2013 Usually dispatched within 1-2 months
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Language: Chinese with scientific nomenclature

This book describes the woody flora of Heshan, Guangdong, China, and introduces 77 families, 231 genera and 384 species. Due to its hilly topography, Heshan is an area dominated by complex terrain, and has a rich biodiversity. In recent years, Heshan has also been the focus of protection of forestry resources, which has been accompanied by systematic and comprehensive research. Woody Flora of Heshan is a product of that work.

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Flora / Fauna
By: Yi Qifei(Author)
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