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Trees and Shrubs of the Mariana Islands

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By Lynn Raulerson and Agnes F. Rinehart - Laminated Soft Cover with Spiral binding (All pages are laminated). - Reading Level : Teens, Adults Trees and Shrubs is not only a guide, but a comprehensive resource that details the various plant communities among The Mariana Islands. Pages are dedicated to different plant species, identified by their scientific and local name, with informative descriptions of their habitat, history, and natural significance. By delving into native plant species in such a way, one also gets a better grasp of the culture and ecological values of their respective locality. Originally published in 1991, this 2018 revision contains updated photos, and laminated pages to accommodate outdoor accompaniment. The guide caters to the curious, from students, to residents, to tourists, and researchers. Laminated Paperback.By Lynn Raulerson and Agnes F. Rinehart - Laminated Soft Cover with Spiral binding (All pages are laminated). - Reading Level : Teens, Adults Trees and Shrubs is not only a guide, but a comprehensive resource that details the various plant communities among The Mariana Islands. Pages are dedicated to different plant species, identified by their scientific and local name, with informative descriptions of their habitat, history, and natural significance. By delving into native plant species in such a way, one also gets a better grasp of the culture and ecological values of their respective locality. Originally published in 1991, this 2018 revision contains updated photos, and laminated pages to accommodate outdoor accompaniment. The guide caters to the curious, from students, to residents, to tourists, and researchers. Laminated Paperback.
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