Title: Lake Nyasa Climatic Region: Floristic ...
Publisher: Missouri Botanical Garden
Publication Date: 2012
Binding: Soft cover
Book Condition: Fine
118 pp., maps, diagrams, bibliography. 0.0. Bookseller Inventory # 9781935641100MBG112912
Synopsis: The Lake Nyasa Climatic Region described in this study is composed of the Livingstone, Kipengere, Mbeya, and Umalila ranges, Mporoto Ridge, Mt. Rungwe, and the Kitulo Plateau. Floristic studies in the area reveal many unique plants, some of which are endemic to this region. The high rainfall and diversity of habitats interacting with soils and other environmental factors in the area are responsible for the richness of the flora, and the current identifications of vascular plant taxa have yielded a total of 170 families, 733 genera, and 1736 species. The Lake Nyasa Climatic Region, therefore, has nearly 14% of the estimated total of 12,500 vascular plant species in all of Tropical East Africa.
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