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On some new species of Musci and Hepaticæ in the herbarium of Sir W.J. Hooker

On some new species of Musci and Hepaticæ in the herbarium of Sir W.J. Hooker

collected in tropical Africa, chiefly by the late Dr. Vogel and Mr. Barter

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Published by R. Taylor in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Mosses -- Africa, Sub-Saharan.,
  • Liverworts -- Africa, Sub-Saharan.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby William Mitten ; read March 15 and June 21, 1860.
    SeriesLandmarks of science II
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQ111 .H35, QK546.S8 .H35
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Paginationp. 51-58, [2] leaves of plates
    Number of Pages58
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL19451378M

    The LegumeWeb software has been moved to a new hosting service. ILDIS apologises for the interruptions in service while the problem was addressed. Some parts of the system may still not behave as expected: please let me know if you encounter any errors. (16 June ). Hooker WJ Musci Exotici; containing figures and descriptions of new or little known foreign mosses and other cryptogamic subjects. Vol 1. [ - -] Longman, London, 96 pp [ P / E ] # Raddi G Jungermanniografia Etrusca. [Separata (preprint) of Memorie della Societa italiana delle Science Residente in Modena. Tomo

    Sir W.J. Hooker’s drawings and descriptions of New Zealand cryptogams were published in , and were made from specimens collected in New Zealand at Dusky Bay, nearly years ago, by Dr. Menzies, who visited this country in , in the ship of the celebrated navigator and discoverer, Vancouver, as the surgeon of the expedition. Dr. Sir Julius Vogel, in his Financial Statement of (Hansard, page ) said, "What I desire to establish is this: That every part of New Zealand is in our charge, that we want every district to be improved. We don't seek for a few splendid and isolated though prominent examples of prosperity, with depression and stagnation elsewhere,—silk.


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On some new species of Musci and Hepaticæ in the herbarium of Sir W.J. Hooker Download PDF EPUB FB2

Get this from a library. On some new species of Musci and Hepaticæ in the herbarium of Sir W.J. Hooker: collected in tropical Africa, chiefly by the late Dr.

Vogel and Mr. Barter. [William Mitten]. On some new species of Musci and Hepaticæ in the herbarium of Sir W.J.

Hooker: collected in tropical Africa, chiefly by the late Dr. Vogel and Mr. Barter by by. On some new species of Musci and Hepaticæ in the Herbarium of Sir W. Hooker, collected in tropical Africa, chiefly by the late Dr.

Vogel and Mr. Barter. Article Jul Request PDF | Lectotypification of Themeda strigosa (Poaceae, Panicoideae, Andropogoneae) | The genus Themeda Forsskål ( ) comprises 29 species which are distributed in the tropical and. Excerpt from Annals of Natural History: Or, Magazine of Zoology, Botany, and Geology; Being a Continuation of the Magazine of Zoology and Botany, and Sir W.

Hooker's Botanical Companion III. Observations on Trilobites, founded on a comparison of their Structure with that of Crustacea. By W. Macleay, m.a.

About the PublisherAuthor: W. Jardine. Hooker was born in Suffolk inas the younger son of Sir William Jackson Hooker (), who was appointed Regius Professor of Botany at Glasgow in As a result, the boy grew up mainly in Scotland, and received his education there.

name some supposedly new species of ferns: "From having no Herbarium," wrote Hooker, "you have described as new, some of the best known Ferns in the world" (quoted by Colenso toJ. Hooker, 24 August KDC ).

Hookerevidently thought thathis herbarium gave him the prerogative to name plants that his colonial correspondent lacked. Full text of "Hooker's Journal of Botany and Kew Garden Miscellany" See other formats. Download RIS citations. TY - BOOK TI - The London journal of botany: containing figures and descriptions of such plants as recommend themselves by their novelty, rarity, history, or uses: together with botanical notices and information and and occasional portraits and memoirs of eminent botanists.

The London journal of botany: containing figures and descriptions of such plants as recommend themselves by their novelty, rarity, history, or uses: together with botanical notices and information and and occasional portraits and memoirs of eminent botanists.

: Muscologia Britannica: Containing the Mosses of Great Britain & Ireland, by W.J. Hooker and T. Taylor: William Jackson Hooker, Thomas Taylor: Books. New and Some Little Known Mosses from The West Coast of Africa. Part 1, pagesplates ; part 2, pages1 unnumbered plate.

Kongl. Svenska Vetenskaps-Akademiens Handlingar. Bandet (Bound copy) Dusén, P. [Musci of Princeton Patagonian Expedition] See W. Scott, Dusén, P. Beiträge zur Bryologie der Author: Bernard Goffinet.

Flora Nigritiana, incorporated by Sir W. Hooker in his 'Niger Flora' which appeared in Meanwhile the elaboration of the general antarctic results, the publication of which had begun inwent on steadily, and in the first section of these results was completed and published in two quarto volumes under the title 'Flora Antarctica.'.

The surgeon to the expedition, Archibald Menzies, devoted himself to the higher cryptogams, and made a large collection of ferns, mosses, and Hepaticæ. Many of his specimens were figured by Sir W. Hooker in the "Musci Exotici" or "Icones Filicum," together with a few flowering-plants in the "Icones Plantarum." A set of his collections is in.

Hooker’s Icones Plantarum ( - .) “””Icones Plantarum; or Figures, with Brief Descriptive Characters and Remarks of New or Rare Plants, Selected from the Author's Herbarium” W J Hooker – J D Hooker –   The history of botanical discovery in New Zealand falls naturally and conveniently into two periods of almost equal duration.

The first commences with the yearin which Cook made his first visit, and closes with the establishment of British supremacy and the commencement of systematic colonisation in He wrote to Sir WJ Hooker, “The specimens that I either believe to be new, or have some remark to offer on, I have numbered, that I might the more easily refer to them in my Letter, and that you, also, might be the better enabled kindly to give me your opinion on each, Seriatim.” (20 July ).

Jay, John C. Catalogue of Recent Shells, with Descriptions of New or Rare Species in the Collection. Second ed., privately printed, 4 colored plates, Dr. Chilton’s book label, 79 pp. Y., $ Jay, John C. A Catalogue of the Shells, Arranged According to the Lamarckian System, together with descriptions of New or Rare.

Arriving in New Zealand inhe was induced, first by the visit of the illustrious Darwin in the "Beagle" inand later by Allan Cunningham into take up the study of the botany of his adopted country, forwarding his specimens from time to time to Sir W. Hooker at Kew. Botany -- Pictorial works.

See also what's at your library, or elsewhere. Broader terms: Botany; Natural history -- Pictorial works; Pictorial works; Narrower term: Botany -- Indo. This plant has no actual existence, being a combination of a new species previously described by me in a paper read before the Philosophical Institute on the 7th September,and recorded in vol.

xxv. of the Transactions, p.and there named Hennedia microphylla, and a new species .No category Bibliography.TO W. J. HOOKER. New York, April 4, Dear Sir,—Your kind letter of Decem with the parcel of books you were so good as to send me, were in due time received, for both of which I beg you to accept my thanks.

Perhaps you will do me the favor to accept a copy of the second part of the “North American Gramineæ and Cyperaceæ.