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Nova Hedwigia, Beihefte     - Vol. 119
(11.)   Schuster, Rudolf M.     [ 2002 ]
Austral Hepaticae. Part II
Part II of Austral Hepaticae treats two of the largest and most complex suborders of the order Jungermanniales. The first suborder, the Cephaloziineae, includes some four families, of which the largest and most complex, the Cephaleziaceae, contains five subfamilies, with some 12 genera. The second suborder, the Jungermannlineae, includes some six families, ten subfamilies, and 40 genera. In total, some 69 genera are studied. As in Part I, each genus/ subgenus is illustrated with both gametophytic and sporophytic details, and usually cytological details (drawn from the living plant). Over 2700 individual figures on 224 plates, drawn (with isolated exceptions) by the author, often from living plants, have been prepared for this volume. The work thus is a summation of what the author has learned in over four decades, in field and in laboratory studies, in all areas of the Southern Hemisphere. Much of the technical data are relegated to Annotations, in which a mass of data is presented, sing specific species to round out our comprehension of the verse genera. As in Part I of this work, synoptic keys for smaller genera keys are usually presented
VIII+606 pages, 224 figs, softcover, engl. (Nova Hedwigia, Beihefte, Volume 119), Berlin-Stuttgart (J. Cramer in der Geb. Bornträger Verlagsbuchhandlung)
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Nova Hedwigia, Beihefte     - Vol. 119
(12.)   Schuster, Rudolf M.     [ 2002 ]
Austral Hepaticae. Part II
Part II of Austral Hepaticae treats two of the largest and most complex suborders of the order Jungermanniales. The first suborder, the Cephaloziineae, includes some four families, of which the largest and most complex, the Cephaleziaceae, contains five subfamilies, with some 12 genera. The second suborder, the Jungermannlineae, includes some six families, ten subfamilies, and 40 genera. In total, some 69 genera are studied. As in Part I, each genus/ subgenus is illustrated with both gametophytic and sporophytic details, and usually cytological details (drawn from the living plant). Over 2700 individual figures on 224 plates, drawn (with isolated exceptions) by the author, often from living plants, have been prepared for this volume. The work thus is a summation of what the author has learned in over four decades, in field and in laboratory studies, in all areas of the Southern Hemisphere. Much of the technical data are relegated to Annotations, in which a mass of data is presented, sing specific species to round out our comprehension of the verse genera. As in Part I of this work, synoptic keys for smaller genera keys are usually presented
VIII+606 pages, 224 figs, softcover, engl. (Nova Hedwigia, Beihefte, Volume 119)
 
order- id 05192/00 price 159,00 *  
   
Nova Hedwigia, Beihefte     - Vol. 120
(13.)   Schuster, Rudolf M.     [ 2021 ]
Austral Hepaticae. Part III
This third and volominous final volume treats two large families: Geocalyaceae (including Lophocoleoideae), Plagiochilaceae, and several smaler families including Acrobolbaceae and Balantiopsidaceae.
XIII+721 pages, 225 figures, Paper bound, engl. (Nova Hedwigia, Beihefte, 120)
 
order- id 05193/00 price 189,00 *  
   
Nova Hedwigia, Beihefte     - Vol. 121
(14.)   Zhu, Riu Liang, &, So, May Ling     [ 2001 ]
Epiphyllous Liverworts of China
418 pages, 140 figs, 5 tables, softcover, engl. (Nova Hedwigia, Beihefte, Volume 121)
 
order- id 06253/02 price 97,00 *  
   
Nova Hedwigia, Beihefte     - Vol. 124
(15.)   Kobayashi, Takahito     [ 2002 ]
The taxonomic studies of the genus Inocybe
246 pages, 146 plates, Paper bound, engl. (Nova Hedwigia, Beihefte, Volume 124)
 
order- id 06699/02 price 99,00 *  
   
Nova Hedwigia, Beihefte     - Vol. 125
(16.)   John, David L., Lawston, George W., Ameka, Gabriel K.     [ 2003 ]
The marin macroalgae of the tropical West Africa sub-region
IV+217 pages, ill, Paper bound, engl. (Nova Hedwigia, Beihefte, Volume 125)
 
order- id 07702/03 price 86,00 *  
   
Nova Hedwigia, Beihefte     - Vol. 127
(17.)   John, David M., Lawston, George W., Price, James H., van Reine, Prud´homme, &, Kostermans Tito B.     [ 2004 ]
A Taxonomic and Geographical Catalogue of the Seaweeds of the Western Coasts of Africa and Adjacent Islands
139 pages, 1 figure, Paper bound, engl. (Nova Hedwigia, Beihefte, Volume 127)
 
order- id 08550/04 price 58,00 *  
   
Nova Hedwigia, Beihefte     - Vol. 130
(18.)   Crawford, Richard M. M., Moss, Brian, Mann, David G., &, Preisig, Hans R.     [ 2006 ]
Microalgal Biology, Evolution and Ecology. Volume dedicated to Professor Frank E. Round
XV+391 pages, 446 figures, 35 tables, 17 plates, softcover, engl. (Nova Hedwigia, Beihefte, Volume 130)
 
order- id 11718/07 price 138,00 *  
   
Nova Hedwigia, Beihefte     - Vol. 131
(19.)   Kürschner, Harald, Pfeiffer Tanja, &, Stech, Michael     [ 2007 ]
Festschrift to Wolfgang Frey - a scientist´s life between desert and rain forests
Contents (21 Beiträge): A tribute to W. Frey. Orthotrichum freyanum, a new epiphytic moss from Chile. New species of Fossombronia from Chile. Unravelling the knot: the Pulchrinodaceae. On the identity of Merckia hibernica. Pleurogonium, a forgotten generic name for a bryalean moss. The circumscription of the genus Pottiopsis based on morphology and molecular sequence. The genera Anthoceros, Phaeceros and Notothylas in Rwanda. Campylopus on Madeira Island - Molecular relationships and affinities...
277 pages, 126 figures, 31 tables, 12 photos, Paper bound, engl. (Nova Hedwigia, Beihefte, Volume 131), Berlin-Stuttgart (J. Cramer in der Geb. Bornträger Verlagsbuchhandlung)
Antiquarisches Exemplar. Gut erhalten.
Neupreis 128,00 Euro.
 
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Nova Hedwigia, Beihefte     - Vol. 131
(20.)   Kürschner, Harald, Pfeiffer Tanja, &, Stech, Michael     [ 2007 ]
Festschrift to Wolfgang Frey - a scientist´s life between desert and rain forests
Contents (21 Beiträge): A tribute to W. Frey. Orthotrichum freyanum, a new epiphytic moss from Chile. New species of Fossombronia from Chile. Unravelling the knot: the Pulchrinodaceae. On the identity of Merckia hibernica. Pleurogonium, a forgotten generic name for a bryalean moss. The circumscription of the genus Pottiopsis based on morphology and molecular sequence. The genera Anthoceros, Phaeceros and Notothylas in Rwanda. Campylopus on Madeira Island - Molecular relationships and affinities...
277 pages, 126 figures, 31 tables, 12 photos, Paper bound, engl. (Nova Hedwigia, Beihefte, Volume 131)
 
order- id 12340/07 price 128,00 *  
   

 
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