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  • Author:
    Christopher Grey-Wilson
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    9061913047
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    978-9061913047
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    Royal Botanic Gardens [[distributor]] (1982)
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The Flora of Tropical East Africa (FTEA) is a catalogue of all 12,104 known wild plant species in Uganda, Kenya, and Tanzania. The project began in 1948 and was finally completed in September 2012.

The Flora of Tropical East Africa (FTEA) is a catalogue of all 12,104 known wild plant species in Uganda, Kenya, and Tanzania. Approximately 1,500 new plant species were described, by 135 botanists from 21 countries. The Flora of Tropical East Africa, a project of Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew, is the largest regional tropical Flora ever compiled. The species covered include 3-4% of the world's known plant species.

PDF Kenya, an African country with major higher plant diversity, has a corresponding diversity of plant associations .

PDF Kenya, an African country with major higher plant diversity, has a corresponding diversity of plant associations, because of the wide geographic. In total, there are 225 families, 1538 genera and 6293 indigenous species and and 62 families, 302 genera and 588 exotic species in Kenya.

Flora of East Tropical Africa is the largest regional tropical flora ever created. Documenting all known wild plants from Tanzania, Uganda, and Kenya, the project received contributions from many botanists. Work began in the 1940s and was completed in 2012.

Journal of East African Natural History 97(2): 259–260 (2008). Flora of Tropical East Africa. every new fascicle of the Flora of Tropical East Africa (FTEA). Somehow, due to all the. Polygalaceae by J. Paiva.

Flora of Tropical East Africa. Abbreviation: Fl. Trop. Individual parts each have separate abbreviations in IPNI. Published: 1952-78, 1982-2012. Publication was interrupted after 1978 due to the 1977 dissolution of the East African Community (which had been funding the effort) and work only resumed in 1980, with the next fascicles issued in 1982 (Polhill, Bothalia, 14(3/4):a1287; 1983). Issued in 225 unnumbered parts.

Flora of tropical Africa. Flora of tropical Africa. by. Oliver, Daniel, 1830-1916.

Flora of Tropical East Africa: Gesneriaceae. Prepared at the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew in co-operation with the East African Herbarium, the National Herbarium of Tanzania, and the Herbaria of Makerere University and Dar es Salaam University. Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew. Book Format.

Flora of Tropical East A. .has been added to your Cart. Series: Flora of Tropical East Africa.

a b "Tropical East Africa's epic flora survey completed". British Broadcasting Company. Retrieved 15 September 2012. "60 year project documenting plants of East Africa celebrated at Kew Gardens". "Flora of Tropical East Africa". Kew Royal Botanic Gardens.

Prepared at the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew in co-operation with the East African Herbarium, the National Herbarium of Tanzania, and the Herbaria of Makerere University and Dar es Salaam University.