The flora of Berkshire being a topographical and historical account of the flowering plants and ferns found in the county, with short biographical notices of the botanists who have contributed to Berkshire botany during the last three centuries. by Druce, George Claridge

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Paginationcxcix, 644 p.
Number of Pages644
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The flora of Berkshire; being a topographical and historical account of the flowering plants and ferns found in the county, with short biographical notices of the botanists who have contributed to Berkshire botany during the last three centuries.

Druce, George Claridge, Type. Book. The book provides a unique view of the region's flora set in the context of the landscape and regional history, with special mention of the importance of conserving rare and endangered species. The many colour plates show plants within their habitats, natural and urban, in all seasons, along with sites of historical interest.

The Flora Of Berkshire. Including those parts of modern Oxfordshire that lie to the south of the River Thames. This comprehensive and timely work by one of Britain's leading plant ecologists is the first of its kind with a dedicated, regularly updated website with distribution maps and computerized indexes.

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The Flora of Berkshire Being a Topographical and Historical Account of the Flowering Plants and Ferns Found in the Country. by George Claridge Druce. Clarendon Press, Hardcover. Acceptable. First Edition. pages. No dust jacket. Blue cloth. Includes colour map to rear.

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