Grasses of East Africa
Among the world’s most familiar plants, grasses are one of the most diverse and ecologically important plant groups, and in East Africa are a vital part of the identity and character of the landscape, occurring from ocean shores through drylands, woodlands and savannas, to wetlands,forests and even mountain tops. They are also a fundamental resource for both humans and animals.
Grasses of East Africa describes 100 species of common, ecologically important or remarkable grasses found in Kenya, Tanzania, Uganda, Rwanda and Burundi. It is an important introduction to the ecology and natural history of the region’s grasses and a valuable guide to identification. The detailed species descriptions are accompanied by beautiful watercolour illustrations and full-colour photographs.
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