Official Plant Emblems of Canada: A22-539/2012E

A Biodiversity Treasure

Focuses on several dozen native plants that have become official emblems of the provinces, territories and the entire country. These are ambassadors for increasing awareness of the importance of biodiversity. These emblems are documented through a most elaborate compilation of photographs, detailed illustrations and paintings ever produced. The text contains a wealth of scientific information, but is presented in an accessible, user-friendly, entertaining style with hundreds of memorable, charming and humorous anecdotes.

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Department/Agency Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada
Title Official Plant Emblems of Canada
Subtitle A Biodiversity Treasure
Publication Type Monograph
Language [English]
Other Language Editions Other Language Editions: [French]
Format Paper
Other Formats Other Formats: Electronic-[English]
Distribution Source Public Works and Government Services Canada
Integrated Services Branch
Publishing and Depository Services
Ottawa, Ontario, K1A 0S5
Telephone: 1-800-635-7943 (Canada and United States only)
Telephone: 613-941-5995
Facsimile: 1-800-565-7757 (Canada and United States only)
Facsimile: 613-954-5779

Note: The contact information above was provided at the time of cataloguing and may not be current.
Date c2012
Authors Paul M. Catling, Ernest Small, Brenda Brookes
Binding Hardcover
Dimensions 23cm x 29cm
Number of Pages 432
ISBN 978-0-660-20057-6
Catalogue Number A22-539/2012E
Weekly Checklist Number 12-13
Subject Terms Subject Terms: Biological diversity, Wild plants