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Icones Plantarum, Volume 4

Series: Icones Plantarum Volume: 4
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

301. Weinmannia Biglandulosa
302. Xanthosia Dissecta
303. Hydrocotyle Cordifolia
304. Didiscus Humilis
305. Petroselinum Prostratum
306. Meionectes Brownii
307. Didiscus Pilosus
308. Leptospermum Rupestre
309. Baeckea Micrantha
310. Tilleae Macrantha
311. Goniocarpus Vernicosus
312. Hydrocotyle Tripartita
313. Scaphyglottis Rosea
314. Epidendrum Rigidum
315. Maxillaria Nana
316. Acacia Setigera
317. Scaphyglottis Fasciculata
318. Helipterum Incanum
319. Dicranum Macrodon
320. Helichrysum Gunnianum
321. Polypodium Piligerum
322. Cercocarpus Betulaefolius
323. Cercocarpus Parvifolius
324. Cercocarpus Ledifolius
325. Actinolepis Multicaulis
326. Madaraglossa Heterotricha
327. Peperomia Galeottiana
328. Anona Bibracteata
329. Berberis (Mahonia) Fraxinifolia
330. Berberis (Mahonia) Fraxinifolia
331. Saurauja Barbigera
332. Peperomia Lancifolia
333. Garrya Fadyenii
334. Hartmannia Pungens
335. Cortula Myriophylloides
336. Cytinus Dioicus
337. Anadenia manglesii
338. Oenothera (Holostigma) Graciliflora
339. Oenothera (Holostigma) Alyssoides
340. Fabiana Imbricata
341. Saurauja Peduncuclata
342. Saurauja Peduncuclata
343. Monolopia Minor
344. Monolopia Major
345. Vaccinium Forbesii
346. Euphorbia Spaerorhiza
347. Epidendrum Microbulbon
348. Maxillaria Angustifolia
349. Rubus Rosaefolius
350. Ximenia Parviflora
351. Harveya Purpurea
352. Pappea Capensis
353. Passiflora Leschenaultii
354. Eutoca Lutea
355. Eutoca Aretiodes
356. Wimmeria
357. Mozinna Spathulata
358. Lobelia Trigona
359. Arabis Puberula
360. Meconella Oregana
361. Oxalis Cratensis
362. Kandelia Rheedei
363. Fumaria Micrantha
364. Strychnos Toxifera
365. Strychnos Toxifera
366. Rauwolfia Heterophylla
367. Acacia Squamata
368. Viscum Falcatum
369. Acacia Diptera
370. Acacia Incrassata
371. Prunus (Cerasus) Samydoides
372. Crotalaria Bupleurifolia
373. Mimosa Floribunda
374. Loranthus Schiedeanus
375. Drosera Bulbosa
376. Drosera Macrophylla
377. Quercus Agrifolia
378. Gloxinia Sarmentiana
379. Taxodium Sempervirens
380. Quercus Densiflora
381. Cestrum Vestitum
382. Quercus Douglasii
383. Quercus Douglasii
384. Maxillaria Curtipes
385. Sida Parnassiaefolia
386. Polypodium (Eupolyp.) Discolor.
387. Allosorus Karwinskii
388. Allosorus Karwinskii
389. Drosera Stolonifera
390. Polypodium (Eupolyp.) Hartwegianum
391. Polypodium (Eupolyp.) Subpetiolatum
392. Polypodium (Eupolyp.) Subpetiolatum
393. Gaultheria Tomentosa
394. Anthrophyum Ensiforme
395. Aspidium (Nephrolepis) Davalliodies
396. Aspidium (Nephrolepis) Davalliodies
397. Bruguieria Rheedei
398. Bruguieria Malabarica
399. Dorstenia Asaroides
400. Aulaya Capensis

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Series: Icones Plantarum Volume: 4
By: William Jackson Hooker
214 pages, 100 b/w illustrations
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