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Seed-Diversity in the Cactaceae subfamily Cactoideae, Barthlott, Wilhelm & Hunt, David

Author Name    Barthlott, Wilhelm & Hunt, David

Title   Seed-Diversity in the Cactaceae subfamily Cactoideae

Binding   Paperback

Book Condition   New

Edition   First Edition

Publisher   Milborne Port David Hunt 2000

ISBN Number    0953813401 / 9780953813407

Seller ID   010501

Illustrated with black and white scanning-electron microscope images, pp 173, paperback, a very good copy.

Price = 10.00 GBP


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