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A monograph of the genus Sabicea

A monograph of the genus Sabicea

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A monograph of the genus Sabicea

by Wernham, Herbert Fuller

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First edition. Printed by Order of the Trustees of the British Museum. London. 1914. Octavo. Half title, title, (2) 80pp. 1 large folding plate, tables, 12 tissue guarded (each tissue guard with printed explanation) litho plates. Black endpapers. Original green cloth, blind bordering, gilt vignette to upper board, gilt lettering to spine. Tips rubbed. Short closed tear to lower margin of p 80.Some light toning to versos of free endpapers. Light spotting to edges of title. A bright crisp copy, still firmly bound.

"The genus belongs to tropical Africa and America. The monograph is more than
a description of species, for it includes a discussion and graphic illustrations of their interrelationships". Includes a fully systemic account, plus a useful index of plant collectors in the field.


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