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The Genus Pleione - Phillip Cribb & Ian Butterfield
The Genus Pleione - Phillip Cribb & Ian Butterfield
Manufacturer Number: AS731
Stock Status: In Stock
The Sea Dayaks of Borneo:... Before White Rajah Rule... -... Benedict Sandin... This book is an essay on the history of the Ibans based on oral materials. Three themes were discussed chronologically - pioneer settlement in the area of Sarawak's Second Division, a phase of additional Iban settlement and consolidation in the...

The Genus Pleione
 Phillip Cribb & Ian Butterfield

Pleione are some of the most popular varieties of orchid as they are relatively easy to grow. Because they're endemic to the mountains and foothills of the Himalayas, India, Tibet, Nepal, Bhutan, Bangladesh, Myanmar, Thailand, Laos, Vietnam, Taiwan, and China, they easily adapt to the climate of the Northern Hemisphere. The authors provide a comprehensive account of the biology, classification and cultivation of 22 species and natural hybrids. There is also a list of registered hybrids. Near Fine Hardback in a Near Fine Dust Jacket. Second Edition. Signed 166 pages with many colour illustrations, line drawings, a bibliography and an index. 

Weight: 1 kg Post free within Malaysia

Published by: Natural History Publications (Borneo), Kota Kinabalu, Malaysia, 1999.

Condition: The dust jacket looks new a few minor washable dirt marks. The book also looks new apart from a small personal name label in one corner of a front end paper and a gift dedication on the half title page signed by one of the authors, Ian Butterfield

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