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Massachusetts Horticultural Society. Davenport Herbarium.

Catalogue of the Davenport Herbarium of North American ferns north of Mexico ...

With the names of donors and collectors, localities, geographical range, critical notes, and an appendix containing a list of all doubtful species, and those heretofore erroneously credited to this region.

by Massachusetts Horticultural Society. Davenport Herbarium.

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Published by Author in [Boston, Mass.] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Ferns -- North America.

  • Edition Notes

    ContributionsDavenport, George E.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationv [7]-42 p.
    Number of Pages42
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16593696M

    The relationships of the North American species are reasonably well understood, but species identifications are complicated by the frequent presence of hybrids in field populations. Sterile hybrids can be distinguished from fertile species by their misshapen spores and intermediate morphology. The North American Network of Small Herbaria is an open access data portal provided by Symbiota and intended to foster digitization of small collections and facilitate collaboration among institutions. The establishment of this portal is the result of collaboration between the SEINet Herbarium Network and understanding North America's plant.

      Flora of North America Volume 7 will be the eighth of 19 volumes on dicotyledons to be published in the Flora of North America North of Mexico treats species classified among genera in 11 families; the larger families covered in Volume 7 include Brassicaceae (Mustard family), Cleomaceae (Spiderflower family), and Salicaceae (Willow family).Pages: Native Ferns of Iowa. by Melhus, I. E. and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at

    American alpine lady fern Discover Life's page about the biology, natural history, ecology, identification and distribution of Ferns -- identification guide -- Discover Life Michigan Minnesota Mississippi Missouri Montana Nebraska Nevada New Hampshire New Jersey New Mexico New York North Carolina North Dakota Ohio Oklahoma Oregon. Welsh, S.L. Revision of North American Species of Oxytropis De Candolle (Leguminosae). Unpublished manuscript. Dept. of Botany and Range Science and Life Science Museum, Brigham Young Univ., Provo. Welsh, S.L. North American Species of Atriplex Linnaeus (Chenopodiaceae): A Taxonomic Revision.


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([S.l.]. This is a list of herbaria in North America, organized first by country or region where the herbarium is located, then within each region by size of the collection.

For other continents, see List of herbaria. Catalogue of the "Davenport Herbarium" of North American ferns north of Mexico.

Salem. Catalogue of the "Davenport Herbarium" of North American ferns, north of Mexico: Massachusetts Horticulturel Society, Boston, Massachusetts, U.S.: with names of donors and collectors, localities,geographical range, critical notes Author: Fred Burchsted.

Inalltheliteraturerelatino-toAmericanfernsandtheso-called " fern allies/'' there have hitherto appearedbut two systematic treatises ofsufficiently widescope toinclude the entireterritoryof North. Page 42 - DC Eaton, who described it as a species, wrote the following: "A.

bradleyi varies a good deal in the shape of the fronds and in the degree of incision of the pinnae, the narrower and less divided forms having some resemblance to A.

platyneuron and the larger forms looking more like A. montanum, or the European A. lanceolatum. If there could be a hybrid between A.

platyneuron and A. Approximately 60% of the species are endemic to North America north of Mexico, and 19% are known as naturalized elements of the flora. Of the 74 genera treated, 20 are represented in the flora by introduced species, and 13 of the genera have all their species endemic to the : Hardcover.

"Aspidium spinulosum (Swartz) and its varieties," The American Naturalist, Vol. 12, Nov. Catalogue of the "Davenport Herbarium" of North American ferns north of Mexico: Massachusetts Horticultural Society, Boston, () References.

George Edward Davenport () Papers, Harvard University Herbaria. The first attempt to establish a Herbarium at the University of New Mexico was short-lived. Clarence Luther Herrick, the second UNM President (), started an herbarium collection but it was destroyed in a fire. In Edward Castetter developed the herbarium, contributing nea personal collections in his 25 years at UNM.

The Ferns — Pteridophyta genera and species — native to Mexico. See also: Category: Pteridophyta of the Americas.

Pages in category "Ferns of Mexico" The following 47 pages are in this category, out of 47 total. This list may not reflect recent changes.

Adiantum tenerum. Desperate for green, and while I am waiting for my own ferns to pop out of the ground, I have been perusing various botanical books, several of which led me to some spectacular plates published right here in Salem in the later nineteenth century: Daniel Cady Eaton’s The Ferns of North America: Colored Figures and Descriptions, with Synonomy and Geographical Distribution of the.

North American Native Plants are native to the U.S., Mexico or Canada. Since political boundaries aren't natural (nor are fences), native plants can usually be found on both sides of the border. Contrary to popular myth, American native plants are not automatically better adapted than exotic plants.

One of our most elegant ferns Price: $/qt., larger priced accordingly Status: Limited Supply Adiantum pedatum (Northern Maidenhair Fern, Five-fingered Fern) is a maidenhair fern native to moist woodland in eastern North America.

- Attractive flowering trees, shrubs, perennials, annuals & ferns (flora) native to woodlands in North America. As much detail as possible is in the description of each plant. See more ideas about Woodland flowers, Perennials and Flowering trees pins.

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Our native ferns and their allies, with synoptical descriptions of the American Pteridophyta north of Mexico When the writer issued this little book in as the honest effort of a novice to provide for the study of our ferns a convenient handbook by means of which they might be identified, he had no idea that the first edition would be II.: The Organs of the Growing Fern.

Mexico has one of the most diverse fern floras of the world and one of the widest latitudinally, being composed of approximately genera and 1, species and 16 infraspecies.

Of the total number of species, are endemic (Mickel and Smith, ). Midwest Ferns is the first modern, comprehensive field guide to the true ferns and fern relatives of the American midwest, including the states of Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Michigan, Minnesota, Ohio and ed are keys, descriptions and illustrations for over of the region's species of ferns and fern relatives: True Ferns in 18 families and 37 genera, including 'typical' ferns Brand: Orchard Innovations.American Libraries Canadian Libraries Universal Library Community Texts Project Gutenberg Biodiversity Heritage Library Children's Library.

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