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Academic & Professional Books  Botany  Vascular Plants  Orchids

Photo Intro to Asian Bulbophyllum, Coelogyne & Dendrobium Orchids With Floristic Observations of Subtribe Coelogyninae

By: Rod Rice(Author)
220 pages, colour photos, b/w line drawings
Photo Intro to Asian Bulbophyllum, Coelogyne & Dendrobium Orchids
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  • Photo Intro to Asian Bulbophyllum, Coelogyne & Dendrobium Orchids ISBN: 9780987620668 Paperback Jan 2019 Out of stock: Usually dispatched within 2-4 weeks
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This is the first book to cover these 3 popular orchid genera together accompanied by investigative floristic observations of the subtribe Coelogyninae. More than 300 species are covered in depth with hundreds of quality colour photos and technical drawings with numerous species photos never before been published in other books. The main chapter includes rare species of Bulbophyllum, Coelogyne, Dendrobium with details on growth and flower habits, measurements. counties of distribution etc. Before the main chapter, floristic observations are provided on the morphological boundaries of the remaining Coelogyninae genera accompanied by many colour photos of species from these genera including Brachisepalum, Chelonistele, Dendrochilum, Dickasonia, Nabaluia, Geesinkorchis, Panisea, Gynoglotis etc. One new Coelogyne species Coelogyne superba is described as new with many colour photos and technical illustrations. The genera Bulleyia, Neogyna, Otochilus and Pholidota are all treated as Coelogyne with a total of 32 new names made in Coelogyne. The genus Ischnogyne is reduced to sectional level within Panisea. This book is a must have for all lovers of orchids and especially those whom specialize in the genera Bulbophyllum, Coelogyne or Dendrobium and have an interest in the subtribe Coelogyninae.

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By: Rod Rice(Author)
220 pages, colour photos, b/w line drawings
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Reviews from previous editions:

"This is an excellent book for learning how to approach the design of experimental and, indeed, observational work. It avoids the usual inclusion of statistical detail that turns many students off while retaining all the key issues that are necessary for planning studies that produce good science. I commend this book to all those who struggle to get students to think seriously about designing good scientific studies."
– Higher Education Academy, Bioscience e-Journal, June 2006

"I think it is splendid; it is the sort of short and concise text which students remember for a long time and which they hang on to long after the course is passed."
– Bernt Walther, Department of Fisheries and Marine Biology, University of Bergen

"A well-presented, clearly argued, concise and witty introduction to one of the most important topics in the life sciences."
– Nick Royle, School of Biosciences, Exeter University

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