Trees (Collins Gem)

HarperCollins UK, 2012 M04 12 - 240 páginas
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The ideal portable companion, the world-renowned Collins Gem series returns with a fresh new look and updated material.

This is the perfect pocket guide for nature enthusiasts keen to identify the most commonly seen trees, whether they are out on the town or strolling through the countryside.

Authoritative text, beautiful photographs and detailed illustrations show not only the overall shape of the tree but also details of leaf shape, flowers, fruits and bark.

Features both deciduous and evergreen species, with information on the origin of each species, its height, preferred habitat and growing conditions. Illustrations of cones, catkins, nuts and fruits allow you to distinguish between similar species at a glance.

This new edition builds on the strengths of the best-selling, unrivalled original, now expanded to include over 220 trees and shrubs that are native to or flourish in Britain and northern Europe.


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Maidenhair Tree
Common Yew
Monkey Puzzle or Chile Pine
Lawson Cypress
Common Juniper
Western Red Cedar
Coast Redwood
Snowy Mespil
Tree of Heaven
Norway Maple
Horse Chestnut

Common Silver Fir
Western Hemlock
Norway Spruce
European Larch
Stone Pine
White Willow
White Poplar
Common Walnut
Silver Birch
Wych Elm
Black Mulberry
Tulip Tree
London Plane
Common Pear
Smallleaved Lime
Blue Gum
Cornelian Cherry
Foxglove Tree
Indian Bean Tree
Date Palm
Searchable Terms
Index of Scientific Names
About the Publisher
Derechos de autor

Términos y frases comunes

Acerca del autor (2012)

Alistair Fitter is Pro-Vice-Chancellor for Research and Professor of Ecology at the University of York. Among his publications are the Collins Pocket Guide to Wild Flowers and an Atlas of the Wild Flowers of Britain and Europe. He is a Fellow of the Royal Society, a Past President of the British Ecological Society, a member of NERC Council and an editor of the journal New Phytologist.

David More has been a botanical illustrator for many years. His other books include Collins Tree Guide (2004), Trees of North America (1988) with the late Alan Mitchell, and the Illustrated Encyclopaedia of Trees (2003) by John White. He has also contributed artwork for many other books, magazines and posters, including a design for the Natural History Museum in London.

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