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BSBI Handbook     - Vol. 9
(11.)   Dudman, A.A., &, Richards, A.J.     [ 1997 ]
Dandelions of Great Britain and Ireland
The book covers all "microspecies" of Taraxacum known to occur in Great Britain and Ireland.
330 pages, zahlr. s/w-Abbildungen, softcover, engl. (Edit: Botanical Society of the British Isles) (BSBI Handbook, No. 9)
 
order- id 01193/97 price 9,90 *  
   
BSBI Handbook     - Vol. 10
(12.)   Nelson, Charles E.     [ 2000 ]
Sea Beans and Nikar Nuts. A handbook of exotic seeds stranded on beaches in north-western Europe
A handbook of exotic seeds and fruits stranded on beaches in north-western Europe. For more than 20 years Dr. Charles Nelson has been gathering information about drift-seeds found on beaches in Ireland, Britain and elsewhere in western Europe. This Handbook providing descriptions and drawings of nearly forty kinds.
154 pages, ill, softcover, engl. (Edit: Botanical Society of the British Isles) (BSBI Handbook, No. 10)
Fehlt im Lager. Beschaffung auf verbindliche Bestellung.
 
order- id 05990/01 price 29,90 *  
   
BSBI Handbook     - Vol. 11
(13.)   Lansdown, Richard     [ 2008 ]
Water-starworts. Callitriche of Europe
Callitriche can be considered to be among the more difficult aquatic plants to identify. This handbook provides guidance on the identification of all species, subspecies and varieties of water-starwort that have been reliably recorded in the wild in Europe. It stands slightly apart from the preceding volumes in the series, partly because of its wider geographical scope and partly because of the emphasis placed on the use of microscopic features for identification.
180 pages, many b/w-illustrations, maps, softcover, engl. (Edit: Botanical Society of the British Isles) (BSBI Handbook, No. 11)
 
order- id 13479/08 price 32,90 *  
   
BSBI Handbook     - Vol. 12
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This volume is devoted to a description of the families of sedges, araceae, duckweed, and rushes. The members of the family of sedges (150 species) play a prominent role in the
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BSBI Handbook     - Vol. 12
(15.)   Murphy, Rosaline J.     [ 2009 ]
Fumitories (Fumaria-species) of Britain and Ireland
Fumitories are a fascinating group of plants. In Britain and Ireland, there are ten native or established alien species, two caual species, and four hybrids. Their superficiel similarity, the occurence of numerous infraspecific taxa, and their prospensity for environmental and seasonal variation has resulted in their well-deserved repuation of being difficult to identify. For the first time, a detailed, illustrated guide to their identification in Britain and Ireland has been put together. A result of over 20 years study, this handbook will be invaluable to all botanists wishing to identify these marvellous plants.
121 pages, many colour plates and line drawings, Paper bound, engl. (Edit: Botanical Society of the British Isles) (BSBI Handbook, No. 12)
 
order- id 14129/09 price 19,90 *  
   
BSBI Handbook     - Vol. 13
(16.)   Cope, Tom A., &, Gray, Alan, Illustrated by, Tebbs, Margaret     [ 2009 ]
Grasses of the British Isles
It is now over 50 years since the grasses of the BI were last treated of their own (Hubbard 1954) This new Handbook attempts to bridge the gap between the taxonomy of the 80s and the new molecular phylogenies that are currently being explored. The book contains descriptions of 15 tribes, 67 genera and 220 species.
612 pages, many b/w-illustrations, Paper bound, engl. (BSBI Handbook, No. 13)
Out of stock. Orders on request.
 
order- id 14307/09 price 39,90 *  
   
BSBI Handbook     - Vol. 13
(17.)   Cope, Tom A., &, Gray, Alan, Illustrated by, Tebbs, Margaret     [ 2009 ]
Grasses of the British Isles
It is now over 50 years since the grasses of the BI were last treated of their own (Hubbard 1954) This new Handbook attempts to bridge the gap between the taxonomy of the 80s and the new molecular phylogenies that are currently being explored. The book contains descriptions of 15 tribes, 67 genera and 220 species.
612 pages, many b/w-illustrations, hardcover, engl. (BSBI Handbook, No. 13)
Temporarly out of stock.
 
order- id 14346/09 price 39,90 *  
   
BSBI Handbook     - Vol. 14
(18.)   Rich, Tim C.G., Houston, L., Robertson, A., &, Proctor, M.C.F., with the help of, Cann, D.C.G., Lockton, A.J., &, Price. D.T.     [ 2010 ]
Whitebeams, Rowans and Service Trees of Britain and Ireland. A monograph of Sorbus L. in Britain and Ireland
The book contains an account of the 52 native or naturalised Sorbus taxa in Britain and Ireland (44 species and 8 hybrids). 43 of the taxa are native, 35 of which are endemic to Britain and two to Ireland. The British Isles are one of three centres of Sorbus diversity in Europe. The monograph is based on morphological and molecular taxonomic studies coupled with extensive field work, during which 22 new trees have been described...
232 pages, 476 colour photographs, line drawings, maps, hardcover, engl. (BSBI Handbook, No. 14)
Out of print. Vergriffen. Épuisé.
 
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BSBI Handbook     - Vol. 15
(19.)   Rich, Tim C.G., &, Scott, Walter     [ 2011 ]
British Northern Hawkweeds. A monograph of British Hieracium section Alpestria
There are 21 species in British northern hawkweeds (Hieracium section Alpestria), 16 of which occur in Shetland, 4 in Scotland and one in England. In this monograph, the second in a series covering Hieracium in Britain in detail, a full account of these species in the section in Britain is given with numerous colour illustrations. The aim of the monograph is to provide a detailed identification guide and summarise what is currently known about these rare species which are UK Biodiversity Action Plan priority group. The taxonomy is largely based on that of P. D. Sells updated with recent research. The book contains a general introduction covering their history, habitats, conservation, identification characters and keys, with a bibliography and index...
156+IV pages, many line drawings, photographs, hardcover, engl. (BSBI Handbook, No. 15)
Out of stock. Orders on request.
 
order- id 16185/11 price 39,90 *  
   
BSBI Handbook     - Vol. 16
(20.)   Murphy, Rosaline J.     [ 2016 ]
Evening-primroses (Oenothera) of the British Isles
Includes an introduction that considers the history of the genus Oenothera in Britain and Continental Europe, which notes on the ecology and associated species. It has a section on recent changes in classification and the anomalous genetics of the group, wit a discussion of the characters important for identification, keys, accounts of each species and hybrids (updated), a glossary.
96 pages, zahlr. s/w-Abbildungen, Paper bound, engl. (BSBI Handbook, No. 16)
 
order- id 18727/16 price 19,90 *  
   

 
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