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British Flora; or, A Linnean arrangement of British plants

John Hull

British Flora; or, A Linnean arrangement of British plants

with their generic and specific characters, select synonyms,English names, places of growth, duration, times of flowering, and references to figures.

by John Hull

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Published by Printed by R. and W. Dean in Manchester .
Written in English


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abundant Arctic birch Boreal Britain British Isles Carex Clacton clay clearance climatic Cromer Forest Bed Cromerian deposits Earith early Wolstonian England Europe evidence F vm F vnb Flandrian Flandrian records Flandrian vnb Flandrian zone flora Forest Bed series fossil record Freshwater muds fruit genus glacial stages Godwin habitats Hoxne. John Lightfoot's account of lichens in Flora Scotica was the first Scottish lichen Flora and as such it was novel in several respects: 1) it was published in English; 2) it drew on the knowledge and expertise of several key local collectors and treated lichens from alpine areas for the first time; 3) it made lichens accessible in providing Linnaean binomials, colloquial English, and frequently.

  At this period Dr. Withering's 'Botanical Arrangement'—the second, and perhaps best, edition of which was completed in (except the 'Cryptogams,' which appeared in )—was altogether the foremost text-book on British botany, and young Brown must be considered fortunate in having, soon after reading this paper, become a correspondent. The Tourist's Flora Flowering Plants and Ferns British Islands France Woods Price: £ A work on flowering plants and ferns in work discusses flora in the British Islands, France, Germany, Switzerland, Italy and the Italian n by English Quaker and botanist, Joseph Woods.

The expanded reissue of Sowerby's classic work on British Wild Flowers, "to which is now added a supplement containing figures of lately discovered flowering plants by John W. Salter, ALS, FGS and the Ferns, Horsetails and Club-mosses by John E. Sowerby". 7 X 10 inches. The pioneer Atlas of the British Flora (Perring & Walters, ) mapped only three known hybrids, Crocosmia × crocosmiiflora, Spartina × townsendii (including the fertile derivative later distinguished as S. anglica) and Tilia × europaea, although several more plants then mapped as .


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To which is prefixed, An easy introduction to the study of botany. Illustrated by copper plates by Royal College of Physicians of London. n 1. Author(s): Hull,John. Title(s): The British flora: or a Linnean arrangement of British plants: with their generic and specific characters, select synonyms, English names, places of growth, duration, times of flowering, and references to figures/ by John Hull.

Flora Scotica, Or, a Systematic Arrangement, in the Linnæan Method, of the Native Plants of Scotland and the Hebrides, ISBNISBNLike New Used, Free shipping in Seller Rating: % positive. Page 19 - John Ray, or Wray, as he for a time affected to spell his name, was born on the 29th November,at Black Notley, near Braintree, in Essex, where his father was a blacksmith.

The humble rank of his parents did not prevent him receiving a liberal education at the village school, from which, at the age of sixteen, he passed to the University of Cambridge. Linnaean taxonomy can mean either of two related concepts.

the particular form of biological classification (taxonomy) set up by Carl Linnaeus, as set forth in his Systema Naturae () and subsequent works. In the taxonomy of Linnaeus there are three kingdoms, divided into classes, and they, in turn, into orders, genera (singular: genus), and species (singular: species), with an additional.

English Botany was a major publication of British plants comprising a 36 volume set, issued in monthly parts over 23 years from to The work was conceived, illustrated, edited and published by the botanical illustrator and natural historian, James brief, but formal descriptions were mostly supplied by the founder of the Linnean Society, Sir James Edward Smith.

Hardcover. Condition: As New. Dust Jacket Condition: Good. 1st Edition. Signed by Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh on his Forward page. First Edition. Printed in Great Britain. The Concise British Flora in Colour with nomenclature edited by Douglas H.

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BENTHAM, George. & HOOKER.Online Atlas of the British and Irish Flora. Welcome to the Online Atlas of the British and Irish flora.

On this website we aim to bring together standard sources of information on the distribution and ecology of the wild flowering plants and ferns of Britain and Ireland, and to.

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