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Icones Plantarum, Volume 3

Series: Icones Plantarum Volume: 3
By: William Jackson Hooker
214 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

201. Andraea Subulata
202. Schizymenium Bryoides
203. Niphobolus Penangianus
204. Selliguea Wallichiana
205. Langsdorffia Indica
206. Langsdorffia Indica
207. Pteris Seticaulis
208. Fruit of Talauma Fragrantissima
209. Fruit of the Talauma Fragrantissima, burst open and exhibiting the seeds
210. Fruit of the Talauma Fragrantissima, burst open and exhibiting the seeds
211. Talauma Fragrantissima
212. Talauma Fragrantissima
213. Scolopendrium Sagittatum
214. Disa Ferruginea
215. Acrostichum Caudatum
216. Egyngium Humile, var. caulescens
217. Viola Balsaminoides
218. Sisyrinchium Sulcatum
219. Sisyrinchium Alatum
220. Dorstenia Elata
221. Polypodium Pilipes
222. Asplenium Parvulum
223. Schouwia Arabica
224. Quercus Mackiana
225. Prepusa Connata. Gardner. mst.
226. Prepusa Connata. Gardner. mst.
227. Guatteria Maypurensis
228. Lycopodium Biforme
229. Loranthus Lageniflorus
230. Loranthus Lageniflorus
231. Bruchia Brevipes
232. Torreya Taxifolia
233. Torreya Taxifolia
234. Microsperma Lobata
235. Gilia Congesta
236. Anemia Dr#geana
237. Krigia Nervosa
238. Adenostemma Brasilianum
239. Adenostemma Triangulare
240. Keerlia Skirrhobasis
241. Baccharis Platypoda
242. Baccharis Platypoda
243. Anthopterus Racemosus
244. Lycopodium Compactum
245. Enthosthodon Obtusifolius
246. Andromeda Katagherensis
247. Sabicea Cana
248. Tridontium Tasmannicum
249. Riccia Velutina
250. Eriogonum Multiflorum
[251 omitted]
252. Cevallia Sinuata
253. Visnia Mocanera
254. Apteria Orobanchoides
255. Melasma Zeyheri
256. Oplotheca Floridana
257. Anemone Crassifolia
258. Cardamine Intermedia
259. Arabis Gigantea
260. Ranunculus Pimpinellifolius
261. Lawrencia Spicata
262. Lawrencia Spicata
263. Ophiglossum Bergianum
264. Tetracarpaea Tasmannica
265. Wilsonia Humilis
266. Spergula Affinis
267. Hibbertia Virgata
268. Tetratheca Ciliata
269. Stackhousia Flava
270. Boronia Nana
271. Grayia Polygaloides
272. Ceanothus Papillosus
273. Merotachys Capitata
274. Merotachys Capitata
275. Loeflingia Texana
276. Stenopetalum Incisifolium
277. Hymenolobus Divaricatus
278. Merimea (an Bergia) Texana
279. Saxifraga Maderensis
280. Cassipourea Elliptica
281. Trifolium (Involucraria) Obtusiflorum
282. Phaca Densifolia
283. Mniarum Fasciculatum
284. Baeckia Thymifolia
285. Trifolium Macrocalyx
286. Stilopus Vernus
287. Condalia Obovata
288. Amygdalus Glandulosa
289. Myriophyllum Variaefolium
290. Goniocarpus Serpyllifolius
291. Rubus Gunnianus
292. Vaccinum Imrayi
293. Claytonia Australasica
294. Ilex Cuneifolia
295. Tillaea Verticillaris
296. Calandrinia Calyptrata
297. Epilobium Macranthum
298. Baeckea Leptocaulis
299. Milligania Cordifolia
300. Caldasia Argentea

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Series: Icones Plantarum Volume: 3
By: William Jackson Hooker
214 pages, 100 b/w illustrations
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