By Peter V Bruyns
This crucial and lengthy awaited two-volume monograph bargains with the southern representatives of the attention-grabbing staff of succulent crops referred to as stapeliads. it's the basically monograph at the subject released within the final sixty eight years. The booklet is the made of 25 years of analysis by way of the writer who has turn into recognized for his many guides, meticulous line drawings and awesome pictures. it really is lavishly illustrated with maps, line drawings and pictures.
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