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The wild tuber-bearing Solanum spp. of Peru. (Sec. Tuberarium sub-sec. Hyperbasarthrum)


, : The wild tuber-bearing Solanum spp. of Peru. (Sec. Tuberarium sub-sec. Hyperbasarthrum). Los Solanum tuberiferos silvestres del Peru (Secc. Tuberarium, sub-secc. Hyperbasarthrum), Lima, 297. bibl. 39

The principal object of this book is to classify and describe the wild tuber-bearing species of Solanum of Peru in the most complete way possible.

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