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Title   FLORA OF IRAQ. Volume 4 Parts 1 & 2 - Cornaceae - Resedaceae.

Publisher   Baghdad Ministry of Agriculture 1980

Seller ID   002534

2 VOLUMES, Colour frontispiece, 194 line drawings, pp xi, 1199, wrappers, good paperback copies, as issued. In print at 72.00. (Extra shipping costs may be required as thes volumes weigh 1.5 kilos before packing.]. (The standard flora of the area - this volume includes acer, althaea. alyssum, citrus, delphinium, erysimum, euphorbia, ficus, galium, hypericum, jasminum, linum, matthiola, papaver, pistacia, ranunculus, tamarix, viola, etc.)

IRAQ. ACER. CITRUS. DELPHINIUM. EUPHORBIA. FICUS. HYPERICUM. POPPY. POPPIES. PAPAVER. PISTACIA. VIOLA. RANUNCULUS. FLORAS.

Price = 62.50 GBP


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