2 edition of Manual of the indigenous grasses of New Zealand found in the catalog.
Manual of the indigenous grasses of New Zealand
|Statement||by John Buchanan.|
|Contributions||Dominion Museum (N.Z.), New Zealand Geological Survey.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiv, 174 p., 58 [i.e. 64] leaves of plates :|
|Number of Pages||174|
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"This manual is reproduced from the folio work on the Grasses of New Zealand, the preparation of which was ordered by the New Zealand government in consequence of a resolution adopted by the House of Representatives on 29th, on the motion of Sir George Grey, K.C.B., to the effect that a work on the native grasses of the colony should be Genre/Form: Catalogs and collections Field guides book: Additional Physical Format: Print version: Buchanan, John, Manual of the indigenous grasses of New :// Manual of the indigenous grasses of New Zealand / By d.
John Buchanan, New Zealand Geological Survey. and Dominion Museum (N.Z.) Abstract. Includes indexes."This manual is reproduced from the folio work on the Grasses of New Zealand The specimens of New Zealand grasses described in this work are all preserved in the Colonial Herbarium Manual of the Indigenous Grasses of New Zealand by John D Buchanan,available at Book Depository with free delivery :// Manual of the indigenous grasses of New Zealand / By d.
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