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A Guide to the Flowering Plants and Ferns of Iceland Paperback – 1 Dec 1998
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on 26 June 2007
Just back from Iceland where I used the book (with Icelandic text (& Latin names)..I can't read icelandic!). The photos are superb and really help your id of flowers whilst now that I own an english version, the descriptions seem very helpful too. Whilst I use plant id books a lot, I would say that you don't need to be a botanist-type to find your flowers in this book. It appeared to have most of the main flower species that we saw on the island (and it will help your id of Scottish mountain plants too). It also includes the sedges, grasses, horsetails and ferns but it probably helps to have some experience of these groups before using the book to id them. The layout of the book is very good, it's about rhe size and weight of a novel and it is quick to find things in it. Heartily recommend it despite the price (nothing is cheap in Iceland though you can buy this book in english in Rekjavik's main bookshop too for a bit cheaper but not much..don't know if you're allowed to say that here!!).
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