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(1.)   Aichele, Dietmar, &, Schwegler, H.W.     [ 2022 ]
Unsere Gräser. Süßgräser, Sauergräser, Binsen
Gräser sind zwar die häufigsten Pflanzen unserer Flora, aber schwer zu bestimmen. Mit dem Standardwerk gelingt dies sicher: Dank eines ausführlichen Bestimmungsschlüssels und detaillierter Farbzeichnungen. Alle Texte wurden für die Neuausgabe aktualisiert.
224 pages, 833 Abbildungen, hardcover, dt. (Kosmos-Naturführer, ), 14. ed.
Erscheint im Juni 2022. Bestellungen werden vorgemerkt.
 
order- id 20460/22 price 34,00 *  
   
(2.)   Australian Biological Resources Study, (Edit.)     [ 2011 ]
Flora of Australia. Vol. 39. Alismatales to Arales
Volume 39 of the Flora of Australia describes 17 families of monocots in 76 genera and 256 species. Most of the families are aquatic, and include the sea-grasses, pond weeds, and some major agricultural weed species. Four families are entirely or mostly terrestrial. The aquatic families are all small in number of species, and two, Juncaginaceae and Posidoniaceae, have their greatest diversity in Australia. Lemnaceae contains the world''s smallest and most reduced flowering plants, some as tiny as 1 mm long. Of the terrestrial families, all are predominantly tropical, with their greatest diversity outside Australia. Arecaceae (palms) and Pandanaceae are often large trees, and include species of economic importance as food and oil crops, fibre, timber and other construction materials, as well as many horticultural species. Araceae are mostly climbers but also arborescent to aquatic herbs, with several important food species, and many horticultural species and cultivars. Thirty authors, illustrators and photographers have contributed to this volume.
X+301 pages, many colour illustrations, hardcover, engl.
OUt of stock. Orders on request.
 
order- id 16002/11 price 117,00 *  
   
(3.)   Australian Biological Resources Study, (Edit.)     [ 2011 ]
Flora of Australia. Vol. 39. Alismatales to Arales
Volume 39 of the Flora of Australia describes 17 families of monocots in 76 genera and 256 species. Most of the families are aquatic, and include the sea-grasses, pond weeds, and some major agricultural weed species. Four families are entirely or mostly terrestrial. The aquatic families are all small in number of species, and two, Juncaginaceae and Posidoniaceae, have their greatest diversity in Australia. Lemnaceae contains the world''s smallest and most reduced flowering plants, some as tiny as 1 mm long. Of the terrestrial families, all are predominantly tropical, with their greatest diversity outside Australia. Arecaceae (palms) and Pandanaceae are often large trees, and include species of economic importance as food and oil crops, fibre, timber and other construction materials, as well as many horticultural species. Araceae are mostly climbers but also arborescent to aquatic herbs, with several important food species, and many horticultural species and cultivars. Thirty authors, illustrators and photographers have contributed to this volume.
X+301 pages, many colour illustrations, Paper bound, engl.
Temporarily out of stock.
 
order- id 16003/11 price 94,90 *  
   
(4.)   Balslev, Henrik     [ 1996 ]
Juncaceae
The family includes 8 genera (6 in the Neotropics) and about 300 species.
(4+)167 pages, 69 figures, Ln, engl. (Flora Neotropica Monographs, Vol. 68)
 
order- id 01612/97 price 42,00 *  
   
(5.)   Beaman, John H., &, Beaman, Reed S.     [ 1998 ]
The plants of Mount Kinabalu. Vol. 3: Gymnosperms and non-orchid Monocotyledons
XIII+245 pages, ill, hardcover, engl.
 
order- id 03235/98 price 65,90 *  
   
(6.)   Bernini, Adriano, Piaggi, Emanuela, &, Polani, Francesco     [ 2008 ]
Gigli e tulipani d''Europa
Monographie der europäischen Arten der Gattungen Lilium und Tulipa.
207 pages, durchgehend farbig illustr., Paper bound, ital.
Out of stock. Availability on request.
 
order- id 16679/12 price 44,90 *  
   
(7.)   Berry, Paul E., Yatskievych, Kay, &, Holst, Bruce K.     [ 2001 ]
Flora of the Venezuelan Guayana. Vol. 6. Liliaceae - Myrsinaceae
The volume treats 210 genera and 1217 species.
XVI+803 pages, 640 figs, hardcover, engl.
Out of stock. Orders on request.
 
order- id 05111/00 price 54,90 *  
   
(8.)   Blanchard, John W.     [ 1990 ]
Narcissus. A Guide to Wild Daffodils
A fine guide to over 150 species. Varieties, forms and hybrids being described, with a wealth of interesting details including history, habitat and cultivation.
VI+203 pages, many figs. and colour photographs, maps, hardcover, engl.
Out of stock. Orders and availability on request.
 
order- id 12347/07 price 35,90 *  
   
(9.)   Boyce, Peter     [ 2008 ]
A Monograph of the Genus Biarum
Full revision of the genus, published as a special part of Cutis''s Botanical Magazine, and illustrated with 11 new colour paintings by Ann Farrer and 20 line drawings by Christine Grey-Wilson.
119 pages, illustr. in colour and b/w, Paper bound, engl. (Curtis''s Botanical Magazine, 25/1)
Out of stock. Orders and exact price on request.
 
order- id 15067/10 price 49,90 *  
   
(10.)   Carter, Sue, Lavranos, J.J., Neweton, L.E., &, Walker, C.C.     [ 2011 ]
Aloes: The definitive guide
In addition to being an important component of the floras of Africa, Arabia and Madagascar, aloes are widely cultivated by hobbyists in Europe, the Americas, Australasia, Africa, India, and other parts of the world. Aloe vera is one of the most important cultivated medicinal plants, and the commercial value of aloes both in the pharmaceutical and the horticultural trades world-wide cannot be over-estimated. Aloes: The Definitive Guide is a comprehensive account of all known species of Aloe, bringing together for the first time for over 40 years, since the standard works by G W Reynolds, key information, including descriptions, illustrations, reference to protologues, location of types, distribution, habitat and brief notes on diagnostic features and relationships. Dichotomous keys lead to identification of all taxa, arranged in 10 groups based on habit and size. An extensive illustrated chapter on the history of discovery, especially in tropical Africa, adds interest. The text includes a pictorial glossary, bibliography, and index with synonyms.
800 pages, 600 colour photographs, 10 botanical paintings, hardcover, engl.
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order- id 15493/10 price 139,90 *  
   

 
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