A field guide to the Acacias of Kenya

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Oxford University Press, 1991 - Medical - 148 pages
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This guide describes, in pictures and words, all the different types of acacia trees that are such a distinctive feature of the Kenyan landscape. It shows both floral and vegetative characters- bark, leaves, pods, and seeds- so that identification is easy even when the trees are not in flower. This will be an invaluable companion for anyone visiting or living in East Africa, and also for professional botanist, ecologist, and foresters.

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Contents

DISTRIBUTION
6
HOW TO USE THE KEYS
31
Acacia abyssinica subsp calophylla
54
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