|Title:||Notes of a botanist on the Amazon & Andes; being records of travel on the Amazon and its tributaries, the Trombetas, Rio Negro, Uaupés, Casiquiari, Pacimoni, Huallaga, and Pastasa; as also to the cataracts of the Orinoco, along the eastern side of the Andes of Peru and Ecuador, and the shores of the Pacific, during the years 1849-1864. By Richard Spruce. Edited and condensed by Alfred Russel Wallace, with a biographical introduction, portrait, seventy-one illus. and seven maps ...|
|Author:||Spruce, Richard, 1817-1893|
|Note:||London, Macmillan, 1908|
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|Subject:||Botany -- South America|
|Subject:||Botany -- Andes|
|Subject:||Botany -- Amazon River Valley|
|Subject:||South America -- Description and travel|
|Call number:||F 2546 .S77|
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