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Reviews of Genera Palmerum: A Classification of Palms Based on the Work of Harold E. Moore, Jr.

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Author (1): Natalie W. Uhl
Author (2): John Dransfield
Author (3): Marion Ruff Sheehan (illustrator)

Softcopy edition:
Publish date: September 1987
Published by: International Palm Society
List price: $80
ISBN Number: 0935868305

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Soft-cover

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Neutral palmbob On Aug 10, 2004, palmbob wrote:

THis is supposedly the palm bible, and it is a pretty thorough run down of all the genera of palms in the world. Book is kind of bulky and heavy. And it only goes to the genera level- most species are missing from it. It is mostly text, with a few black and white photos, and a small color photo section in the front of the book. Very dry reading, but well researched and accurate. Needs to be updated, though. For a thick papaerback, pretty well bound and holds together for at least 5-10 years.


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