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Plantarum brasiliensium : decas prima [-tertia].

Author: Carl Peter Thunberg; Immanuel Billiberg; Carl Gustaf Ahlberg; Carl Otto Holm
Publisher: Upsaliæ : Typis Zeipel et Palmblad, [1817-21]
Dissertation: Diss.--Uppsala(pt. 1: I. Billiberg; pt. 2: C.G. Ahlberg; pt. 3: C.O. Holm, respondents).
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Material Type: Thesis/dissertation
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Carl Peter Thunberg; Immanuel Billiberg; Carl Gustaf Ahlberg; Carl Otto Holm
OCLC Number: 6254377
Notes: Paged continuously.
Part 3 has imprint: Upsaliæ : excudebant regiæ academiæ typographi.
Description: 3 parts in 1 volume (38 pages) : 3 folded leaves of plates ; 21 cm

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