THE TREE IDENTIFICATION BOOK by George W. D. Symonds
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THE TREE IDENTIFICATION BOOK

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Here is ""a new method for the practical identification and recognition of trees."" A simple section of instructions on how to use pictorial keys for genus identification and the master pages for species makes this of value in an almost foolproof practical reference book. Such features as leaves, flowers, fruit, buds, bark, etc., are grouped for comparative study. With 1539 pictures, author Symonds, naturalist and landscape architect, with photographer Chelminski, offer a useful book for any season or clime.

Pub Date: March 19th, 1958
Publisher: Morrow-Barnes