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Eremophila and allied genera. A Monograph of the Myoporaceae
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Eremophila and allied genera. A Monograph of the Myoporaceae

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This book is the result of 30 years' research by Dr Bob Chinnock, the world authority on the family Myoporaceae. He has produced a new classification of the family resulting in:

  • the delimitation of three new genera;
  • 95 new species and 46 new subspecies;
  • a revised infrageneric classification of the genera Eremophila and Mypoporum.

The treatment of the species in this work includes a detailed description, photographs, analytical drawings and notes on distribution, ecology, conservation status and relationships.

Published by the The Royal Botanic Garden Sydney

Pages: 672
Author: Chinnock, R.J.
Format Width: 220.0
Format Height: 290.0
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