The Hamlyn Guide to Trees of Britain and Europe. Humphries, C. J., Press, J. R., & Sutton, D. A. Hamlyn.
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Tree lovers the world over will treasure this year-round handbook of facts to help in the identification and propagation of over 400 tree species. Close-up and full-growth drawings show common and rare species arranged according to their family systems, showing both their permanent and seasonal features, including details of their leaves and bark, flowers and seeds, fruits and nuts. Special feature: a 20-page chart summarizing over 350 at-a-glance checklists for easy identification of each species.
@book{humphriesHamlynGuideTrees1992,
  title = {The {{Hamlyn Guide}} to {{Trees}} of {{Britain}} and {{Europe}}},
  author = {Humphries, C. J. and Press, J. R. and Sutton, D. A.},
  date = {1992},
  publisher = {{Hamlyn}},
  location = {{London}},
  abstract = {Tree lovers the world over will treasure this year-round handbook of facts to help in the identification and propagation of over 400 tree species. Close-up and full-growth drawings show common and rare species arranged according to their family systems, showing both their permanent and seasonal features, including details of their leaves and bark, flowers and seeds, fruits and nuts. Special feature: a 20-page chart summarizing over 350 at-a-glance checklists for easy identification of each species.},
  isbn = {0-600-57511-X},
  keywords = {*imported-from-citeulike-INRMM,~INRMM-MiD:c-13805563,forest-resources,species-description,taxonomy}
}
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