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LeRoy Abrams: An illustrated flora of the Pacific States (vol. 3)  wikidata:Q54864424 s:en:Index:An illustrated flora of the Pacific States (vol. 3).djvu 
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Stanford University Press
An illustrated flora of the Pacific States
Subtitle Washington, Oregon, and California
Volume 3
Object type book / volume
Includes bibliography
Language English
Publication date 1951
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Place of publication Stanford
Authority control  OCLC: 327699
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