| Author||E.F. de Vogel|
|Journal||Blumea - Biodiversity, Evolution and Biogeography of Plants|
|Abstract||This volume is the continuation of ‘The Concise Flora of Singapore: Gymnosperms and Dicotyledons’, published in 1990. All native and naturalised Singapore seed plants are covered by these two volumes, as well as some of the commonly cultivated ones. This volume covers 34 families with approximately 750 species.|
Keys to the families and genera are presented. In Orchidaceae separate keys to the subfamilies and in some of these to the tribes and genera are presented. Selected species are keyed out in Orchidaceae, Cyperaceae, and Gramineae. In the last family a separate key to the bamboos is given. No reference to page numbers is given in the keys. In general, the characters used for identification are adequate and not too technical.
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