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An Ecological Flora of Breckland

£12.99

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"The Breckland is the place to visit again and again if all its botanical delights are to be savoured, and because the treasures are scattered over such a wide landscape there is a continuous sense of discovery, lacking in regions where all the rarities are concentrated in a few choice areas. One of the unique features of this flora is its ecological approach. While for its main field recording methods and its method of presenting ecological information in map form it has borrowed ideas extensively from "A Computer-Mapped Flora of Warwickshire", these ideas have been extended and amplified by the editor with the inclusion of a remarkable series of habitat and species studies based to a large extent on surveys he has made himself. Thus, far from being yet another in the familiar pattern of local floras, it breaks new ground, and where more appropriate for that than Breckland!" - Franklyn Perring

Book is split into two sections, 105 and 95 pages.
Very good dust jacket, minor wear mainly around edges.
Excellent pages, very little edge wear.

Item details

Author(s):
Trist, P. J. O.
Condition:
Used: very good
Edition:
1979
Format:
Hardback
ISBN-10:
0715813323
ISBN-13:
9780715813324
Number of pages:
200
Publisher:
EP Publishing

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"The Breckland is the place to visit again and again if all its botanical delights are to be savoured, and because the treasures are scattered over such a wide landscape there is a continuous sense of discovery, lacking in regions where all the rarities are concentrated in a few choice areas. One of the unique features of this flora is its ecological approach. While for its main field recording methods and its method of presenting ecological information in map form it has borrowed ideas extensively from "A Computer-Mapped Flora of Warwickshire", these ideas have been extended and amplified by the editor with the inclusion of a remarkable series of habitat and species studies based to a large extent on surveys he has made himself. Thus, far from being yet another in the familiar pattern of local floras, it breaks new ground, and where more appropriate for that than Breckland!" - Franklyn Perring

Book is split into two sections, 105 and 95 pages.
Very good dust jacket, minor wear mainly around edges.
Excellent pages, very little edge wear.

Author(s):
Trist, P. J. O.
Condition:
Used: very good
Edition:
1979
Format:
Hardback
ISBN-10:
0715813323
ISBN-13:
9780715813324
Number of pages:
200
Publisher:
EP Publishing

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