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The illustrated encyclopedia of trees /

by More, David; White, John.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: Princeton, N.J. : Princeton Univ Press, 2013Edition: Second ed. reissued.Description: 832 p. : col. ill. ; 27 cm.ISBN: 0691158231; 9780691158235.Subject(s): Botanical illustration | Trees | Trees -- IdentificationOnline resources: Contributor biographical information | Publisher description
Contents:
Ginkgo family : Ginkgoaceae -- Yew family : Taxaceae -- Plum yew family : Cephalotaxaceae -- Huon pine family : Podocarpaceae -- Monkey puzzle family : Araucariaceae -- Cypress family : Cupressaceae -- Swamp cypress family : Taxodiaceae -- Pine family : Pinaceae -- Willow family : Salicaceae -- Walnut family : Juglandaceae -- Birch family : Betulaceae -- Hornbeam family : Carpinaceae -- Hazel family : Corylaceae -- Beech family : Fagaceae -- Elm family : Ulmaceae -- Mulberry family : Moraceae -- Magnolia family : Magnoliaceae -- Laurel family : Lauraceae -- Cercidiphyllaceae, Moraceae -- Witch-hazel family : Hamamelidaceae -- Plane family : Platanaceae -- Rose family : Rosaceae -- Pea family : Fabaceae -- Orange family : Rutaceae -- Tree of heaven family : Simaroubaceae -- Smoke bush family : Anacardiaceae -- Box family : Buxaceae -- Holly family : Aquifoliaceae -- Maple family : Aceraceae -- Horse chestnut family : Hippocastanaceae -- Mallow family : Malvaceae -- Tamarisk family : Tamaricaceae -- Eucryphia family : Eucryphiaceae -- Tea family : Theaceae -- Araliaceae, Meliaceae, Flacourtiaceae -- Soapberry family : Sapindaceae -- Olive family : Oleaceae -- Pittosporum family : Pittosporaceae -- Tupelo family : Nyssaceae -- Myrtle family : Myrtaceae -- Davidia family : Davidiaceae -- Dogwood family : Cornaceae -- Heather family : Ericaceae -- Storax family : Styracaceae -- Ebony family : Ebenaceae -- Bignonia family : Bignoniaceae -- Foxglove family : Scrophulariaceae -- Palm family : Palmae.
Summary: Profiles nearly two thousand tree species and cultivars found in North America and Europe, with paintings of important details, and describes the native range of each species.
List(s) this item appears in: New to the Library: January 2014
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Non-lending Books Tall Shelves SB435 .M67 2013 (Browse shelf) Not for loan

Includes indexes.

Second edition first published in North America in 2005 by Timber Press, Inc.--T.p. verso.

Ginkgo family : Ginkgoaceae -- Yew family : Taxaceae -- Plum yew family : Cephalotaxaceae -- Huon pine family : Podocarpaceae -- Monkey puzzle family : Araucariaceae -- Cypress family : Cupressaceae -- Swamp cypress family : Taxodiaceae -- Pine family : Pinaceae -- Willow family : Salicaceae -- Walnut family : Juglandaceae -- Birch family : Betulaceae -- Hornbeam family : Carpinaceae -- Hazel family : Corylaceae -- Beech family : Fagaceae -- Elm family : Ulmaceae -- Mulberry family : Moraceae -- Magnolia family : Magnoliaceae -- Laurel family : Lauraceae -- Cercidiphyllaceae, Moraceae -- Witch-hazel family : Hamamelidaceae -- Plane family : Platanaceae -- Rose family : Rosaceae -- Pea family : Fabaceae -- Orange family : Rutaceae -- Tree of heaven family : Simaroubaceae -- Smoke bush family : Anacardiaceae -- Box family : Buxaceae -- Holly family : Aquifoliaceae -- Maple family : Aceraceae -- Horse chestnut family : Hippocastanaceae -- Mallow family : Malvaceae -- Tamarisk family : Tamaricaceae -- Eucryphia family : Eucryphiaceae -- Tea family : Theaceae -- Araliaceae, Meliaceae, Flacourtiaceae -- Soapberry family : Sapindaceae -- Olive family : Oleaceae -- Pittosporum family : Pittosporaceae -- Tupelo family : Nyssaceae -- Myrtle family : Myrtaceae -- Davidia family : Davidiaceae -- Dogwood family : Cornaceae -- Heather family : Ericaceae -- Storax family : Styracaceae -- Ebony family : Ebenaceae -- Bignonia family : Bignoniaceae -- Foxglove family : Scrophulariaceae -- Palm family : Palmae.

Profiles nearly two thousand tree species and cultivars found in North America and Europe, with paintings of important details, and describes the native range of each species.

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