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Fern Names and their Meanings

Series: BPS Special Publications Volume: 2
By: James W Dyce(Author), John A Edgington(Preface By)
59 pages, b/w line drawings
Fern Names and their Meanings
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First published by J.W. Dyce in 1988, and now fully revised and much enlarged. Includes the etymology of generic names of European and many horticultural ferns, the meaning of their specific epithets, glossaries of technical terms and varietal names, and a checklist of current and previous names of all ferns recorded in the British Isles.

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Series: BPS Special Publications Volume: 2
By: James W Dyce(Author), John A Edgington(Preface By)
59 pages, b/w line drawings
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