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Author    Peterson, Richard: Editor

Title   American Orchid Society Bulletin - July 1975, Vol.44 No. 7

   Paperback

Condition   Very Good

   First Edition

Size   8vo - over 7" - 9" tall

Publisher   Cambridge, MA, USA The American Orchid Society, Inc. 1975

Seller ID   33107040

96 pages. Features: Oncidium - A rewarding genus; You, Too, Can Build an Evaporative Cooler - and Afford it; Baptistonia echinata; Tissue Culture Studies in Paphiopedilum; The American Orchid society Orchid Identification Center Oncidium calochilum; New and rare Brazilian Rupicolous Laelias - The Cinnabrarinae; Orchid Genera, Illustrated - XLVI - Haemaria; A Note on Growing Mule-Ear Oncidiums; Potting Phalaenopsis - Basic Orchid Culture 7. Lovely copy.

Price = 39.95 USD


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