Wild Orchids Across North America

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A Botanical Travelogue.  The author has written an account of his journeys in search of the native orchids of North America. It is a beautifully illustrated excursion into the worlds of orchid biology, ecology, history, and conservation; and includes comments on wildlife, geology, and important natural features associated with orchid habitats.  The book contains 170 colour photos; 7 figures and 1 table; complete with a brief identification synopsis for each native orchid, including range and bloom time, a bibliography of resources for further research and a botanical glossary.  The author has travelled over 100,000 miles in Canada and USA and walked more, in search of orchids in their natural habitat.

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KEENAN, Philip E.

Publisher Timber Press
ISBN Number 0 88192 452 0
Year of Publication 1998
No. of Pages 321
Type of Binding Hardcover
Condition NEW
Weight in kg 0.87
Height in mm 235
Width in mm 160
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