This authoritative book is the work of thirty-five of the world's foremost orchid and conservation specialists. It sets out a new chart of orchid evolutionary history. It describes recent research into orchid reproductive biology that now make it possible to propagate even the most recalcitrant of species. It deals with the practical problems of conservation and explains what actions must be taken if such work is to succeed. With bibliography and index.
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AuthorsDixon, Kingsley W, Shelagh P. Kell et al.
PublisherNatural History Publications (Borneo)