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Mosaik"s photographic key to the trees and shrubs of Great Britain and northern Europe

Jean-Denis Godet

Mosaik"s photographic key to the trees and shrubs of Great Britain and northern Europe

a new system for identifying trees by their leaves and needles

by Jean-Denis Godet

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Published by Mosaik in Basingstoke .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Previous ed. (i.e.1st): published as Collins photographic key to the trees of Britain and northern Europe. - London : Collins, 1988.

Other titlesTrees and shrubs of Great Britain and northern Europe.
StatementJean-Denis Godet ; translated by Clive King and Helen M. Stevenson ; additional material by Alan Mitchell.
ContributionsGodet, Jean-Denis., Mitchell, Alan, 1922-
The Physical Object
Pagination215p. :
Number of Pages215
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL22325031M
ISBN 103576800042

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