How to Know the Ferns: A Guide to the Names, Haunts, and Habits of Our Common Ferns
by Parsons, Frances Theodora
- Good with no dust jacket; Boards worn, library markings on spine, front and rear endpapers, rear hinge cracked.
Selkirk, New York
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- Old Saratoga Books (US)
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- How to Know the Ferns: A Guide to the Names, Haunts, and Habits of Our Common Ferns
- Parsons, Frances Theodora
- Mary Satterlee; Alice Josephine Smith
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- Used - Good with no dust jacket; Boards worn, library markings on spine, front and rear endpapers, rear hinge cracked.
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- Third Edition
- Charles Scribner's Sons
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- FERNS, Margaret Armstrong Binding, BOTANY, Plant Field Guides
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- Botany and Gardening;
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