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Author Name    Lee, John R.

Title   The Flora of the Clyde Area. A Handbook of the Flowering Plants and Ferns Occurring Wild or Established Within the Drainage Area Of the River and Firth of Clyde

Publisher   Glasgow John Smith & Son. 1933

Seller ID   002197

Small 8vo, pp xvi, 391, dark green cloth, a little rubbed and slightly worn.

FLORAS. FLORA SCOTICA. SCOTLAND. FLORE CELTICA.

Price = 5.50 GBP


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