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A history of British ferns, and allied plants

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Published by J. van Voorst in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Ferns -- Great Britain

  • Edition Notes

    StatementBy Edward Newman.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxxxii, 424 p. :
    Number of Pages424
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL19619409M

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(William Stephen),ill. Field Guides & Natural History Botany Vascular Plants Grasses, Sedges, Rushes & Ferns Guide des Fougères et Plantes Alliées des Mascareignes: La Réunion, Maurice et Rodrigues [Guide to Ferns and Allied Plants of the Mascarene: Reunion, Mauritius and Rodrigues].

Guides to British and Irish pteridophytes: Hutchinson, B and Thomas, B.A.: Welsh Ferns. National Museums and Galleries of Wales. 7th edition, ISBN Jermy, A. Clive and Camus, Josephine: The Illustrated Field Guide to Ferns and Allied Plants of the British Isles.

Natural History Museum, Londonreprinted for HMSO, About this book. An Atlas of Flowering Plants and Ferns of Anglesey by R.H. Roberts was published privately in a limited edition of 12 in The Atlas is currently a very rare book with only three copies known to remain worldwide.

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Ferns. The Life-History Of Ferns. Part 2. Fig. - A Young Prothallus arising from a Spore. Fig. - Young Fern Plant. mostly of British Ferns and in varietal forms. as Ferns and allied plants, were so definitely developed in the Coal period, we are necessarily confronted with another inconceivably long period of.

This text will be of considerable utility to gardeners and amateur botanists with an interest in these types of plants, and it would make for a worthy addition to collections of allied literature.

The chapters of this book include: 'Ferns', 'Stove and Greenhouse Ferns', 'Hardy Ferns', 'Selaginellas', 'Lycopodiums', 'Palms', 'Insect Pests. A popular history of the British ferns and the allied plants: comprising the club-mosses, pepperworts, and horsetails London: Routledge, Warne & Routladge, Views: George Brettingham Sowerby II Popular British conchology: A familiar history of the molluscs inhabiting the British Isles () Thomas Moore (–) en A Popular History of the British Ferns and the Allied Plants () References.

Alfred Barton Rendle of British Museum of Natural History published his book “Classification of Flowering Plants” in 2 volumes in and For arranging the families he followed the Engler’s system in general with slight modifications.

As in Engler’s system Monocotyledonae was placed before the Dicotyledonae. In Newman was married and published the first edition of A History of British Ferns and Allied Plants. He became a partner in a firm of London printers, Luxford & Co., and became a printer and publisher of books on natural history and science.

The book of fern culture Lankester, P. A plain and easy account of the British ferns: together with their classification, arrangement of genera, structure, and functions; and a glossary of technical and other terms.

Newman, E. Welsh Ferns, Clubmosses, Quillworts and Horsetails: 5th edition, pp, National Museum of Wales Jahns, H.M. Ferns, Mossses and Lichens of Britain, Northern & Central Europe: Collins Photo Guide, pp, Collins Jermy, C & Camus, J. The Illustrated Field Guide to ferns and Allied Plants of the British Isles: pp, Natural History.

Today, ferns are the second-most diverse group of vascular plants on Earth, outnumbered only by flowering plants. With aro living species (PPG 1), ferns outnumber the remaining non-flowering vascular plants (the lycophytes and gymnosperms) by a factor of 4 to 1.

Ferns are flowerless green plants. They are usually easy to recognize by the featherlike shape of their leaves, which are called fronds.

Ferns reproduce by spores rather than by seeds. Some plants that are called ferns, such as asparagus ferns, reproduce by seeds and are not true ferns.Ferns to know and grow by F. Gordon Foster (66 copies) A Natural History of Ferns by Robbin C.

Moran (41 copies) The Fern Guide: Northeastern and Midland United States and by Edgar Theodore Wherry (41 copies) Encyclopaedia of Ferns by David L. Jones (40 copies) Plants of the Coast Redwood Region by Kathleen Lyons (37 copies).Only 13 copies of the handwritten book are known to exist, some of which are in various stages of completion.

Later, she would collaborate with another female botanist, Anne Dixon (–), in making two more books featuring cyanotypes: Cyanotypes of British and Foreign Ferns () and Cyanotypes of British and Foreign Flowering Plants.