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Icones Plantarum, Volume 6

Series: Icones Plantarum Volume: 6
By: William Jackson Hooker
212 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

501. Seris Polymorpha
502. Lavoisiera Lycopodiodes
503. Adiantum Filiforme
504. Adiantum Sinuosum
505. Utricularia Nelumbifolia
506. Utricularia Nelumbifolia
507. Cassebeera Gleichenioides
508. Physosiphon Loddigesii
509. Grammitis (Cheilopteris) Organensis
510. Paepalanthus Distichophyllus
511. Lupinus Arenarius
512. Paepalanthus Speciosus
513. Sisyrinchium Incurvatum
514. Escallonia Organensis
515. Mouriria Arborea
516. Luxemburgia Ciliosa
517. Thaumasia Cunninghami
518. Thaumasia Cunninghami
519. Bowmania Verbascifolia
520. Bowmania Verbascifolia
521. Lupinus Parvifolius
522. Turnera Dichotoma
523. Paepalanthus Uncinatus
524. Paepalanthus Laricifolius
525. Paepalanthus Rupestris
526. Paepalanthus Flaccidus
527. Paepalanthus Compactus
528. Cladocaulon Brasiliense
529. Smilacina Flexuosa
530. Manihot Grahami
531. Oakesia Conradi
532. Chara Latifolia
533. Marsippospermum Grandiflorum
534. Tetroncium Magellanicum
535. Tillaea Moschata
536. Lysimachia Repens
537. Celastrus Magellanicus
538. Colletia Discolor
539. Azorella Trifurcata
540. Escallonia Serrata
541. Azorella Filamentosa
542. Podocarpus Ferruginea
543. Podocarpus Spicata
544. Podocarpus Biformis
545. Ourisia Macrophylla
546. Ourisia Macrophylla
547. Veronica Tetragona
548. Dacrydium Colensoi
549. Phyllocladus Trichomanoides
550. Phyllocladus Trichomanoides
551. Phyllocladus Trichomanoides
552. Cassine Maurocenia
553. Lambertia Ilicifolia
554. Heimia Grandiflora
555. Lobelia Physaloides
556. Lobelia Physaloides
557. Myrtus Bullata
558. Quintinia Serrata
559. Arthrotaxis Cupressoides
560. Arthrotaxis Tetragona
561. Caeceolaria Sinclairii
562. Quercus Lusitanica
563. Santalum Mida
564. Carpodetus Serratus
565. Hoheria Populanea
566. Hoheria Populanea
567. Mazus Pumilio
568. Phebalium Nudum
569. Metrosideros Diffusa
570. Alectryon Excelsum
571. Ranunculus Nivicola
572. Ranunculus Nivicola
573. Arthrotaxis Laxifolia
574. Arthrotaxis Selaginoides
575. Santalum Mida
576. Drimys Axillaris
577. Ixerba Brexioides
578. Ixerba Brexioides
579. Triglochin Filifolium
580. Veronica Tetragona
581. Angelica Rosaefolia
582. Podocarpus Nivalis
583. Aralia Crassifolia
584. Aralia Crassifolia
585. Melicope Simplex
586. Menodora Africana
587. Semonvillea Fenestrata
588. Ochna (Diporidium) Pulchrum
589. Clematis Stanleyi
590. Thysantha Subulata
591. Chailletia Cymosa
592. Combretum Salicifolium
593. Burkea Africana
594. Burkea Africana
595. Rhus Thunbergii
596. Trichinium Remotiflorum
597. Hermannia Boraginiflora
598. Haloragis Cordigera
599. Nissolia Fruticosa
600. Ranunculus Pilulifer

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Series: Icones Plantarum Volume: 6
By: William Jackson Hooker
212 pages, 100 b/w illustrations
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