Annotated list of the ferns and flowering plants of New York state by Homer D. House

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Statementby Homer D. House.
SeriesNew York state museum bulletin ... no. 254. Sept. 1924, New York State Museum bulletin -- no. 254.
The Physical Object
Pagination5-759 p.
Number of Pages759
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Open LibraryOL23277916M
LC Control Number24027250

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