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Noteworthy Species of Grammitidaceae from South-East Asia

B. S. Parris

Noteworthy Species of Grammitidaceae from South-East Asia

by B. S. Parris

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Published by Balogh Scientific Books .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Life Sciences - Botany,
  • Science

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages129
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL11581149M
    ISBN 100950487686
    ISBN 109780950487687

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    The National Red List (Sri Lanka) - Free ebook download as PDF File .pdf), Text File .txt) or read book online for free. Biodiversity Secretariat of the Ministry of Environment in Collaboration with the National Herbarium, Department of National Botanic Gardens/5(3). Character Zone A m Zone B m Zone C Zone D m m Number of genera Total number of species Number of Malagasy-endemic species Percentage of Malagasy-endemic species Mean number of species/ m 2 41 56 43 33 82 30 49 55 55 32 FIELDIANA: ZOOLOGY sum (10 spp.)-.

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Suranjan Karunarathna | Category: Habitat, Conservation Biology, International Union For Conservation Of Nature, Biodiversity, Wetland. DOWNLOAD Share. Report this link. Comments.A number of species of galerucine beetles (Aplosonyx) have been found feeding on laticiferous Aroideae from South East Asia where they make circular trenches in the leaves to interrupt the latex flow and then eat out the portion of the leaf so isolated - the resultant holes in the blade look as if they were made by a paper punch (Darling Noteworthy fern discoveries, collections, and observations from the montane forests of Luzon to the lowland karst forests of Bohol, Philippines.

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