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By Braam Van Wyk

ISBN-10: 1868723909

ISBN-13: 9781868723904

Включая 265 наиболее обычных южноафриканских дикорастущих вида, книга фокусируется на цветах, которых можно часто встретить вдоль дорог, на открытых пространствах, в национальных парках и на популярных прогулочных маршрутах. Книга дополнена исторической, медицинской и культурной информацией о характеризуемых цветах.
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Qiu Fugeng, director of the Zhejiang Forestry Institute; Mr. Tong Yu-lin, vice director of the Foreign Affairs Office of Wulanhot, Inner Mongolia; Mr. Ni Kan, director of bamboo, Shanghai Botanical Garden; and Timothy Torbett, USDA, PPQ, San Francisco. The Species Iris Group of North America, a section of the American Iris Society, provided direct and indirect help in too many ways to delineate, but they were involved and influential in almost every part of the trip and in the completion of this report.

Each location has two common species, and most species share many specific habitat requirements. Most of the species have been successfully hybridized with each other, although hybrids are generally sterile. The Chinese and American species are indications of floral alliances in the genus. Oddly, the only other species in this series, and probably the most successful, is the European Iris pseudacorus. Some other parallels are often cited, but they are of dubious reliability, such as the comparisons between I.

I. tigridia Bunge, I. kemaonensis D. Don ex Royle (see Plate T). Drawn by Yu Zhen-zhou and Zhao Yu-tang. © 1992 by Timber Press, Inc. All rights reserved. ISBN 0-88192-207-2 Printed in Hong Kong Part II of this book, The Iris of China by Zhao Yu-tang, was originally published in Chinese as Volume 16, Part I, of Flora Reipublicae Popularis Sinicae. Beijing: Science Press, 1985. TIMBER PRESS, INC. W. Wilshire, Suite 124 Portland, Oregon 97225 Library of Congress Cataloging-in-Publication Data Iris of China.

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