The ferns of Great Britain and Ireland by Moore, Thomas

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Statementby Thomas Moore ... ; edited by John Lindley ... ; nature-printed by Henry Bradbury
ContributionsLindley, John, 1799-1865, Bradbury, Henry Riley, 1831-1860, Bradbury & Evans
The Physical Object
Pagination[166] p., 51 leaves of plates :
Number of Pages166
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Open LibraryOL25471696M

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