By Henk Beentje,S. A. Ghazanfar

Being a descriptive account of the flowering vegetation and ferns local and naturalised in Kenya, Tanzania and Uganda, including info on unique decorative and crop crops.
Prepared on the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew in co-operation with the East African Herbarium, the nationwide Herbarium of Tanzania, and the Herbaria of Makerere collage and Dar es Salaam University.

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