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Book ID:  101183
Dawson, John and Rob Lucas

New Zealand's Native Trees. A Comprehensive Illustrated Encyclopedia. 2011. 2000 col. photogr. 576 p. 4to. Hardcover.
New Zealand is one of the world's biodiversity hotspots, and the unique native forests are a major reason for this status. Not only do they look, smell and feel like no other forest on earth, the majority of plants occur nowhere else. This remarkable fact, along with ancient botanical connections to other places and the extraordinary adaptations of the plants over millions of years of isolation, add up to something that is of huge significance globally. This book deals with more than 320 species, subspecies and varieties, in 85 genera and 51 families. Detailed introductions to conifers, flowering trees and tree ferns are given. It is valuable as an identification guide, a reference, a resource for landscapers and gardeners, and an inspiration for a new generation of New Zealanders.
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Total Price :180.00 EURO (US$ 216.00)