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The London flora : containing a concise description of the phaenogamous British plants which grow spontaneously in the vicinity of the metropolis, with their localities arranged in conformity to the natural system, also a linnaean arrangement of all the indigenous British species, to which is prefixed a comprehensive introduction to the natural method, an account of classification and a sketch of botanical geography / by Alexander Irvine
Bib ID 32344
Format BookBook
Author
Irvine, Alexander
 
Description London : Smith, Elder & Co., 1838 
xvi, 340 p. ; 20 cm. 
Notes

Includes indexes.

Subjects Urban plants -- England -- London.  |  Botany -- Great Britain.  |  Botany.

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