A Field Guide to the Pines of Mexico and Central America
A. Farjon, J. A. Perez de la Rosa and B.T. Styles.
Kew Publishing, 1997
Pines are among the most important timber producing trees in the world, with more than 100 species distributed widely in the northern hemisphere. Mexico and Central America are the most diverse region, with 47 species. This identification guide is based upon a critical taxonomic study published by the first two authors and presented in easy to use form. A full page line drawing and a distribution map accompany each species described.
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