B70 Pitcher plants of Peninsular Malaysia & Indochina

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    Field Guide to the Pitcher Plants of Peninsular Malaysia and Indochina by Stewart McPherson and Alastair Robinson

    ISBN: 978-1-908787-06-4
    Pages: 90
    Images: 100
    Page Size: 180 x 250 mm
    Cover: Soft

    Field Guide to the Pitcher Plants of Peninsular Malaysia and Indochina offers a beautifully illustrated overview of the twenty three species of pitcher plant (Nepenthes) from Cambodia, Southern China, Laos, Myanmar (Burma), Peninsular Malaysia, Thailand, and Vietnam. A number of species featured in this work are newly discovered recently, and the images featured are among the first to be published.

    This fully illustrated field guide includes a short introduction to Nepenthes, along with an overview of all the species known from Peninsular Malaysia and Indochina. Each species is then profiled over two pages with three representative images, and a concise summary of key features written in clear and accessible English. Concluding sections cover Nepenthes hybrids, conservation of pitcher plants from Peninsular Malaysia and Indochina, Bibliography, Index and About the Authors.

    The species documented in this work are:
    N. alba
    N. albomarginata
    N. ampullaria
    N. andamana
    N. benstonei
    N. bokorensis
    N. chang
    N. gracilis
    N. gracillima
    N. holdenii
    N. kampotiana
    N. kerrii
    N. kongkandana
    N. macfarlanei
    N. mirabilis var. globosa
    N. mirabilis var. mirabilis
    N. rafflesiana
    N. ramispina
    N. sanguinea
    N. smilesii
    N. suratensis
    N. thai
    N. thorelii

    Highlights include:
    1. Coverage and unique images of the recently re-discovered Nepenthes thorelii.
    2. Previously unpublished images of many rare and little-known Nepenthes, including N. alba, N. andamana, N. bokorensis, N. chang, N. gracillima, N. holdenii, N. kampotiana, N. kerrii, N. kongkandana, N. mirabilis var. globosa, N. suratensis, N. thai and N. thorelii.
    and much, much more...

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