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(31.)   Editorial committee of the Flora of China, (Edit.)     [ 2013 ]
Flora of China. Illustrations. Volume. 2-3. Lycopodiaceae through Polypodiaceae
This volume of the Flora of China is entirely devoted to lycophytes and ferns (Lycopodiaceae through Polypodiaceae) with more than 2100 species described in 38 families and 177 genera. Among these, the largest genera are Asplenium (spleenwort, 90 species), Athyrium (lady fern, 123 species), Deparia (53 species), Diplazium (86 species), Dryopteris (buckler fern or male fem, 167 species), Polystichum (shield fern, 208 species), Pteris (78 species), and Selaginella (72 species). Three genera and more than 800 (ca. 39%) of the species of lycophytes and ferns are endemic to China. This is lower than the overall percentage - 50% - of endemic vascular plants in China.
XII+1307 pages, illustr., hardcover, engl.
 
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(32.)   Editorial committee of the Flora of China, (Edit.)     [ 2011 ]
Flora of China. Illustrations. Volume. 20-21 Asteraceae
This is the largest single volume of the "Flora of China", entirely devoted to the daisy family (Asteraceae, or Compositae), with 2325 species described in 248 genera and 15 tribes. Among these, the largest genera are the dandelions (Taraxacum, 116 species), the asters (Aster, 123 species), Ligularia (123 species), the wormwoods (Artemisia, 186 species), and the saw-worts and snow lotuses (Saussurea, 289 species). Eighteen genera and 1131 species of Asteraceae are endemic to China, i.e., 48.6% of the total. This corresponds closely with the overall percentage--50.5%--of endemic seed plants in China.
754 pages, 722 plates, hardcover, engl.
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(33.)   Editorial committee of the Flora of China, (Edit.)     [ 2013 ]
Flora of China. Text Volume. 2-3. Lycopodiaceae through Polypodiaceae
This text volume of the Flora of China is entirely devoted to lycophytes and ferns (Lycopodiaceae through Polypodiaceae) with more than 2100 species described in 38 families and 177 genera. Among these, the largest genera are Asplenium (spleenwort, 90 species), Athyrium (lady fern, 123 species), Deparia (53 species), Diplazium (86 species), Dryopteris (buckler fern or male fem, 167 species), Polystichum (shield fern, 208 species), Pteris (78 species), and Selaginella (72 species). Three genera and more than 800 (ca. 39%) of the species of lycophytes and ferns are endemic to China. This is lower than the overall percentage - 50% - of endemic vascular plants in China.
960 pages, hardcover, engl.
 
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(34.)   Editorial committee of the Flora of China, (Edit.)     [ 2011 ]
Flora of China. Text Volume. 20-21 Asteraceae
This is the largest single volume of the "Flora of China", entirely devoted to the daisy family (Asteraceae, or Compositae), with 2325 species described in 248 genera and 15 tribes. Among these, the largest genera are the dandelions (Taraxacum, 116 species), the asters (Aster, 123 species), Ligularia (123 species), the wormwoods (Artemisia, 186 species), and the saw-worts and snow lotuses (Saussurea, 289 species). Eighteen genera and 1131 species of Asteraceae are endemic to China, i.e., 48.6% of the total. This corresponds closely with the overall percentage--50.5%--of endemic seed plants in China.
993 pages, hardcover, engl.
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(35.)   Faurholdt, Niels, &, Schou, Jens Christian     [ 2012 ]
Danmarks skaermplanter [Die Apiaceen Dänemarks]
Mit Bestimmungsschlüsseln, morphologischen Beschreibungen, Verbreitungskarten und detaillierten s/w-Abbildungen. Am Ende des Buches befinden sich 67 Farbtafeln mit jeweils mehreren Fotografien der beschriebenen Arten.
264 pages, zahlr. s/w-Illustr., 67 Farbtafeln, hardcover, dän.
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(36.)   Flora of North America Editorial Committee     [ 2010 ]
Flora of North America. Vol. 7. Dilleniidae. Part 2
Flora of North America Volume 7 is the seventh volume of nineteen on dicotyledons to be published in the Flora of North America series. It treats more than 910 species classified among 114 genera in five families in the following two orders of the subclass Dilleniidae: Salicales (Willow order) and Capparales (Caper order). The families covered in Volume 7 include Salicaceae, Capparaceae, Brassicaceae, Moringaceae, and Resedaceae. Each genus has representative species illustrated with a line drawing that, in combination with keys and descriptions, will facilitate identifications of these groups of plants. Even though many genera of mustards (Brassicaceae-nearly 100 genera with c. 750 species) are known in the flora area due to introduced species, many quite species-rich genera-Draba (140 species), Boechera (109 spp.), Physaria (90 spp.), Lepidium (40 spp.), Streptanthus (33 spp.), and Rorippa (23 spp.)-have many endemic species that are known from quite restricted areas within North America. The volume includes identification keys, descriptions, line drawings, and ecological characteristics for each of the species, distribution maps for the native and established species, and a list of the synonyms currently in use for the accepted names. The treatments, each of which has been extensively reviewed, are based on a combination of original observations and critical review of the literature.
XXII+797 pages, 1000 line illustrations, distribution maps, hardcover, engl.
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(37.)   Flora of North America Editorial Committee     [ 2019 ]
Flora of North America. Vol. 17. Magnoliophyta: Tetrachondraceae to Orobanchaceae
Contens: Tetrachondraceae, Plantaginaceae, Scrophulariaceae, Linderniaceae, Pedaliaceae, Mazaceae, Phrymaceae, Paulowniaceae, Orobanchaceae.
XXIV+737 pages, illustr., hardcover, engl.
 
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(38.)   Flora of North America Editorial Committee     [ 2009 ]
Flora of North America. Vol. 8. Dilleniidae. Part 3 and Rosidae. Part 1
Flora of North America Volume 8 will be the seventh of 19 volumes on dicotyledons to be published in the Flora of North America North of Mexico series. It treats 680 species classified among 125 genera in 19 families The larger families covered in Volume 8 include Crassulaceae (Stonecrop family), Ericaceae (Heath family), Grossulariaceae (Currant family), Myrsinaceae (Myrsine family), Primulaceae (Primrose family), and Saxifragaceae (Saxifrage family). Each genus has representative species illustrated with a line drawing that, in combination with keys and descriptions, will facilitate identifications of these groups of plants. Some of the genera treated in this volume with the most species in the flora include: Ribes (Grossulariaceae) with 53 species, Dudleya and Sedum (Crassulaceae) with 26 and 41 species, respectively, Heuchera, Micranthes, and Saxifraga (Saxifragaceae) with 31, 45, and 25 species, respectively, and Arctostaphylos, Rhododendron, and Vaccinium (Ericaceae) with 62, 25, and 25 species, respectively. Additionally, ten of the 46 genera of Ericaceae are endemic to the flora area. - Includes identification keys, descriptions, ecological characteristics, and illustrations. - Distribution maps accompanying each species show at a glance the generalized range in North America - A brief explanation of each family is followed by identification keys, genus descriptions, keys to species and species descriptions.
XXIV+585 pages, illustr., hardcover, engl.
 
order- id 10135/06 price 79,90 *  
   
(39.)   Flora of North America Editorial Committee     [ 2015 ]
Flora of North America. Vol. 9. Rosidae. Part 2 (Picramniaceae to Rosaceae)
Incorporates the latest developments in the field of biological invasions, one of the most 4 families, 75 genera, and 669 species, primarily the rose family, Rosaceae. Volume 9 has made significant progress since October. All manuscripts (100% of species) have gone through regional review, but five have yet to be returned by the authors with their corrections (all being actively worked on by authors), 89% of manuscripts (53% spp.) have gone through specialist review (bibliographic, nomenclature, etc.), and all but two of these are styled and indexed, the low percentage of species is due to the fact that a large share of species is held in Rosa and Crataegus, which are currently being prepared for specialist review. Most of the Rosaceae subfamilial and tribal descriptions, with keys to genera, have been corrected and are in special editing or beyond. A large number of manuscripts have also been released to FNA Central for final editing and galley preparation. The remaining families in Volume 9-Crossosomataceae, Picramniaceae, and Staphyleaceae-are now with FNA Central and are ready to go to galleys. Nearly all illustrations in the volume have been done by artist Marj Leggitt, including the frontispiece which illustrates Crataegus okanaganensis, a red-fruited plant, additionally, John Myers illustrated species of Rosa and Barbara Alongi prepared those for the three genera of Crossosomataceae.
600 pages, illustr., hardcover, engl.
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(40.)   Flora of North America Editorial Committee     [ 2021 ]
Flora of North America. Vol. 10. Rosidae. Part 3
Contents: Magnoliopyta: Proteaceae to Elaeagnaceae.
XXIV+456 pages, illutr, hardcover, engl.
 
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