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by David Sutton

ePub Larousse Field Guide to the Trees of Britain and Europe (Larousse Field Guides) download
Author:
David Sutton
ISBN13:
978-0752300535
ISBN:
0752300539
Language:
Publisher:
Kingfisher Publications PLC (February 11, 1998)
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Subcategory:
Europe
ePub file:
1955 kb
Fb2 file:
1363 kb
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4.3
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793

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Each of these 168 trees is shown as a mature tree in leaf, with close-up details of the flower-head, leaf and fruiting head.

Published February 11, 1998 by Kingfisher Books Ltd.

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Aimed at both the general reader and amateur naturalist, Green Guide Trees offers a wealth of information on observing and identifying 150 of the most commonly encountered tree species in Britain and Europe.

Aimed at both the general reader and amateur naturalist, Green Guide Trees offers a wealth of information on observing and identifying 150 of the most commonly encountered tree species in Britain and Europe. Each tree is described in detail with information on height, shape, and important features such as foliage and fruit, and is illustrated with beautifully detailed, full colour painting. The introduction contains information on characteristics to help distinguish one family group of trees from another, and there are also keys which provide step-by-step clues to aid identification.

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