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Icones Plantarum, Volume 10

Series: Icones Plantarum Volume: 10
By: William Jackson Hooker
224 pages, 100 b/w illustrations
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A reprint of a classical work in the Cambridge Library Collection.

This world-famous work was begun by Sir William Jackson Hooker (1785-1865) in 1837, and the ten volumes reissued here were produced under his authorship until 1854, at which point his son, Joseph Dalton Hooker (1817-1911) continued the work of publication. Hooker's own herbarium, or collection of preserved plant specimens, was so extensive that at one point he stored it in one house and lived in another; it was left to the nation on his death. Each volume contains 100 line drawings of plants, and each is accompanied by a full Latin description, with notes in English on habitat and significant features. The order of the plants in each volume is not systematic, but two 'indexes' at the beginning provide plant lists, in alphabetical order and 'arranged according to the natural orders'.

Contents

901. Cheilanthes Chrysophylla
902. Onychium Melanolepis
903. Anemia (Coptophyllum) Aurita
904. Cheilanthes Ochracea
905. Gymnopteris Quercifolia
906. Anemia (Anemidictyon) Tweedieana
907. Gymnopteris Trilobata
908. Phylloglossum Drummondi
909. Marsilea Macropus
910. Leptopteris Superba
911. Asplenium Novae-Caledoniae
912. Cheilanthes Nitidula
913. Asplenium (Athyrium) Grammitoides
914. Asplenium Attenuatum
915. Pteris (Pellea) Geranifolia
916. Gymogramme Microphylla
917. Asplenium Mucronatum
918. Asplenium Delicatulum
919. Aspidium (Nephrodium) Simplicifolium
920. Aspidium (Nephrodium) Heterophyllum
921. Aspidium (Lastrea) Vogelii
922. Aspidium (Nephrodium) Hookeri
923. Aspidium (Lastrea) Klotzschii
924. Aspidium (Nephrodium) Skinneri
925. Asplenium (Thamnopteris) Simonsianum
926. Asplenium Loriforme
927. Asplenium Pinnatifidum
928. Asplenium Griffithianum
929. Asplenium Subhastatum
930. Asplenium Scolopendrioides
931. Aspidium (Lastrea) Boutonianum
932. Asplenium Fragile
933. Acrostichum (Neurocallis) Aureo-Nitens
934. Polypodium Macrocarpum
935. Gymnogramme Rutaefolia
936. Diplazium (Oxygonium) Cordifolium
937. Asplenium (Asplenidictyon) Finlaysonianum
938. Asplenium (Hemidictyon) Purdieanum
939. Diplazium (Oxygonium) Elegans
940. Diplazium (Oxygonium) Elegans
941. Polypodium Setigerum
942. Polypodium Leucosorum
943. Polypodium Leucosorum
944. Polypodium (Ctenopteris) Pellucidum
945. Polypodium (Ctenopteris) Pellucidum
946. Polypodium Papillosum
947. Polypodium Farinosum
948. Polypodium Semiadnatum
949. Polypodium (Ctenopteris) Khasyanum
950. Gymogramme Aspidioides
951. Polypodium (Drynaria) Griffithianum
952. Polypodium (Marginaria) Lachnopus
953. Polypodium (Drynaria) Rostratum
954. Polypodium (Drynaria) Rhynchophyllum
955. Cystopteris Douglasii
956. Hymenophyllum Asplenioides
957. Lindsaea Media
958. Lindsaea Caudata
959. Cystopteris Tasmanica
960. Lomaria Nigra
961. Adiantum Glaucophyllum
962. Hymenophyllum Flexuosum
963. Hymenophyllum Fucoides
964. Hymenophyllum Undulatum
965. Adiantum Fragile
966. Lycopodium Scariosum
967. Grammitis Ascensionis
968. Lycopodium Casuarinoides
969. Lomaria Vulcanica
970. Blechnum Lanceola
971. Gymnopteris Semipinnatifida
972. Gymnopteris Semipinnatifida
973. Pteris Endlicheriana
974. Gymnogramme Aurita
975. Actiniopteris Radiata
976. Actinopteris Radiata
977. Asplenium Adiantoides
978. Asplenium (Allantodia) Brownii
979. Trichomanes Colensoi
980. Nothochlaena Distans
981. Trichomanes Spruceanum
982. Trichomanes Bicorne
983. Asplenium Adiantoides
984. Asplenium Adiantoides
985. Cyathea Cunninghami
986. Trichomanes Petersii
987. Polypodium (Drynaria) Contiguum
988. Anemia (Euanemia) Mexicana
989. Gymnogramme Aurita
990. Meniscium Salicifolium
991. Polypodium Eriophorum
992. Gymnogramme Schomburgkiana
993. Lastrea Borneensis
994. Taenitis Obtusa
995. Ophioglossum Intermedium
996. Drymoglossum Rigidum
997. Trichomanes Pluma
998. Grammitis Bisulcata
999. Hymenolepis Platyrhynchos
1000. Asplenium (Darea) Obtusilobum
Index to Volumes 1-10

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Series: Icones Plantarum Volume: 10
By: William Jackson Hooker
224 pages, 100 b/w illustrations
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