4 edition of Sketch of the characters of the species of mosses belonging to the genera Orthotrichum (including Schlotheimia, Micromitrion and Ulota,) Glyphomitrion, and Zygodon found in the catalog.
Sketch of the characters of the species of mosses belonging to the genera Orthotrichum (including Schlotheimia, Micromitrion and Ulota,) Glyphomitrion, and Zygodon
|Other titles||Sketch of the characters of the species of mosses.|
|Statement||by W.J. Hooker and R.K. Greville ; communicated by the authors.|
|Series||Landmarks of science II|
|Contributions||Greville, Robert Kaye, 1794-1866.|
|LC Classifications||Q111 .H35, QK537 .H35|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||p. 110-133,  leaves of plates|
|Number of Pages||133|
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Get this from a library. Sketch of the characters of the species of mosses belonging to the genera Orthotrichum (including Schlotheimia, Micromitrion and Ulota,) Glyphomitrion, and Zygodon.
[William Jackson Hooker, Sir; Robert Kaye Greville] Sketch of the characters of the species of mosses belonging to the genera Orthotrichum (including Schlotheimia, Micromitrion and Ulota), Glyphomitrion, and Zygodon Article W.J.
Hooker These results make up the moss flora of Vietnam comprising of species (including 50 infraspecific taxa) belonging to genera in 61 families. One hundred and three taxa of mosses are common than mosses, both in abundance and in number of species (in New Mexico, there are in excess of species of mosses [Allred ]).
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