revision of the North American species of scleropodium. by A. J. Grout

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Other titlesScleropodium, A revision of the North American species of.
SeriesContributions from the Dept. of botany of Columbia university -- no. 163.
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Pagination531-540 p.
Number of Pages540
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Open LibraryOL19165233M

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A Revision of the North American Species of Scleropodium BY A. GROUT SCLEROPODIUM Br. & Sch. Bry. Eur. I Closely allied to Brw/zytl/icciumz and included in it by some authors ; differing slightly in the general habit and in the julaceous branches with.

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