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Charophytes of Great Britain and Ireland (BSBI Handbook No. 5)

by J A Moore

Charophytes of Great Britain and Ireland (BSBI Handbook No. 5)
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Charophytes or stoneworts are amongst the largest and most structurally complex of the green algae. This book will find favour with all freshwater botanists who feel that they need a little assistance in the field. Includes a glossary.


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