“Useful plants of the Dry Forest. Ethnobotany of Chongoyape, Lambayeque-Peru”.
The fascinating work of the Peruvian biologist and ethnobotanist Tina Lerner Martínez, provides information and color photographs of 84 useful plant species from the dry forest of northeastern Peru for easy identification in the field, including: scientific names and common, distribution, description, habitat and uses.
This publication was possible thanks to the support of the project 'Conservation and restoration of the tropical dry forests of Peru', led by the British scientist and naturalist Oliver Whaley of the NGO Rainforest Concern – UK, in alliance with the Association for Children and their Environment (ANIA) - Peru. _cc781905-5cde- 3194-bb3b-136bad5cf58d_
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Coming soon in the following bookstores in Lima:
Flora and Fauna, Libum and Communitas.
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