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Flora of Great Britain and Ireland, Volume 1: Lycopodiaceae - Salicaceae

Flora / Fauna Identification Key
By: Peter Sell(Author), Gina Murrell(Author), Sarah Holme(Illustrator), Alan Leslie(Illustrator), Stuart Max Walters(Foreword By), Arthur O Chater(Foreword By), R Gwynn Ellis(Foreword By), Philip H Oswald(Foreword By), Christopher D Preston(Foreword By)
787 pages, b/w line drawings
Flora of Great Britain and Ireland, Volume 1: Lycopodiaceae - Salicaceae
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This definitive flora provides detailed accounts of the native species, naturalised species, frequent garden escapes and casuals found in the British Isles, including some newly described ones. Full keys and descriptions enable the user to name all plants occurring in the wild and some ornamental trees and shrubs. For the first time, accounts of all the large apomictic genera are included. Each species entry begins with the accepted Latin name, synonyms and English name. A detailed description follows, with the flowering period and chromosome number. Separate descriptions are provided for infraspecific taxa and many hybrids. The status, ecology and distribution (including worldwide distribution) of the taxa are also given. Black and white line drawings illustrate an extensive glossary and illuminate the diagnostic features in several genera. Volume 1 is the final volume of five, and includes historical and taxonomic introductions to the whole project and covers the pteridophytes, gymnosperms and 44 families of angiosperms.

Contents

Foreword
Preface and Acknowledgements
The Cambridge School of Plant Taxonomy
Introduction
Conspectus of families

1. Lycopodiaceae
2. Selaginellaceae
3. Isoetaceae
4. Equisetaceae
5. Ophioglossaceae
6. Osmundaceae
7. Adiantaceae
8. Pteridaceae
9. Marsileaceae
10. Hymenophyllaceae
11. Polypodiaceae
12. Cyatheaceae
13. Dicksoniaceae
14. Dennstaedtiaceae
15. Thelypteridaceae
16. Aspleniaceae
17. Woodsiaceae
18. Davalliaceae
19. Dryopteridaceae
20. Blechnaceae
21. Azollaceae
21A. Ginkgoaceae
22. Pinaceae
23. Taxodiaceae
24. Cupressaceae
25. Araucariaceae
26. Taxaceae
26A. Cephalotaxaceae
27. Magnoliaceae
28. Lauraceae
28A. Saururaceae
29. Aristolochiaceae
30. Nymphaeaceae
30A. Cabombaceae
31. Ceratophyllaceae
32. Ranunculaceae
33. Berberidaceae
34. Papaveraceae
35. Fumariaceae
36. Platanaceae
37. Ulmaceae
38. Cannabaceae
39. Moraceae
40. Urticaceae
41. Juglandaceae
42. Myricaceae
43. Fagaceae
44. Betulaceae
45. Corylaceae
46. Phytolaccaceae
46A. Nyctaginaceae
47. Aizoaceae
48. Chenopodiaceae
49. Amaranthaceae
50. Portulacaceae
51. Basellaceae
52. Caryophyllaceae
53. Polygonaceae
54. Plumbaginaceae
55. Paeoniaceae
56. Elatinaceae
57. Hypericaceae
58. Tiliaceae
59. Malvaceae
60. Sarraceniaceae
61. Droseraceae
62. Cistaceae
63. Violaceae
64. Tamaricaceae
65. Frankeniaceae
66. Cucurbitaceae
67. Salicaceae

New taxa and combinations
Abbreviations
Glossary
Indexes

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Flora / Fauna Identification Key
By: Peter Sell(Author), Gina Murrell(Author), Sarah Holme(Illustrator), Alan Leslie(Illustrator), Stuart Max Walters(Foreword By), Arthur O Chater(Foreword By), R Gwynn Ellis(Foreword By), Philip H Oswald(Foreword By), Christopher D Preston(Foreword By)
787 pages, b/w line drawings
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