Home

Flore de Madagascar et des Comores

With 10000 species of flowering plants, Madagascar is a micro-continent of its own, that has fascinated botanists and zoologists for centuries. A high level of endemism and a high rate of deforestation have resulted in Madagascar being recognized as one of the top conservation hotspots of the world. The Flore de Madagascar et des Comores forms the backbone of scientific knowledge on this fascinating vegetal diversity. The series was launched in 1936.


ISSN : 0428-0709


Diegodendraceae, Convolvulaceae

Diegodendraceae, Convolvulaceae
Famille 133bis

MUNZINGER J. & DEROIN T.

Published in 2001

50,00 €

Labiatae

Labiatae
Famille 175

30,00 €

Selaginellaceae

Selaginellaceae
Famille 14

7,00 €

Solanaceae

Solanaceae
Famille 176

15,00 €

Iridaceae (2e éd. revue et mise à jour), Proteaceae, Montiniaceae, Myrothamnaceae, Ptaeroxylaceae

Iridaceae (2e éd. revue et mise à jour), Proteaceae, Montiniaceae, Myrothamnaceae, Ptaeroxylaceae
Familles 45, 57, 93bis, 94 et 107bis

12,00 €

Other volumes of the serie "Flore de Madagascar et des Comores"