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Flora Zambesiaca Volume 7 Part 2: Apocynaceae
The project started in and was designed to delimit, describe, name, and provide a definitive catalogue of the plant species of the area, a means to identify them using keys, and an indication of their habitat and distribution. In some families more than half the species were discovered, described and named during the life of the project. The many partner institutions involved are listed below. They include national herbaria in the region and institutions across Europe. Many family treatments have been prepared by past and present Kew Science staff.