Blumea: Biodiversity, Evolution and Biogeography of Plants , Volume 38 - Issue 1 p. 230- 230
This monograph is a fine example of the thorough work we may expect from Wageningen in general, from its author in special. What present-day botanist gets the opportunity to study the material of his group from about a hundred herbaria all over the world and more than half the number of species in nature! Each species gets: nomenclature, typification and literature; an extensive description about 1 page long; short paragraphs on Distribution and Ecology; a citation of (part of) the specimens studied, including the precise locality and the herbaria; sometimes one or a few note(s); full-page drawing and map.
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Leenhouts, P.W. (1993). Review. Blumea: Biodiversity, Evolution and Biogeography of Plants, 38(1), 230–230.