4 edition of Pteridophyte flora of Oaxaca, Mexico found in the catalog.
|Statement||John T. Mickel and Joseph M. Beitel.|
|Series||Memoirs of the New York Botanical Garden,, v. 46|
|Contributions||Beitel, Joseph M., 1952-|
|LC Classifications||QK1 .N525 vol. 46, QK525.9.O23 .N525 vol. 46|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||568 p. :|
|Number of Pages||568|
|LC Control Number||88012474|
Flora of Peninsular Malaysia, Series I: Ferns and Lycophytes, Vol. 1 (), 2 () (Parris et al., eds.) (to be continued) A Guide to the Ferns of Singapore (Wee ) A checklist of the total vascular plant flora of Singapore (Chong et al. ). W. semicordata was first named and described as a hybrid by John Mickel and Joe Beitel in the Pteridophyte Flora of Oaxaca, Mexico (). Later, Mickel and Alan Smith (The Pteridophytes of Mexico ) changed its status to a full species as some populations were found to be fertile, either through chromosome doubling or apogamy.
1. Introduction. The aquatic fern Salvinia minima Baker [Salviniaceae] originates in Meso and South America ranging naturally from south central Mexico to northern Argentina (Stoltze, , Mickel and Beitel, ).Like other members of the genus, including the widely invasive Salvinia molesta D.S. Mitchell, its basic form is a ramet. The ramet consists of a floating rhizomal segment with Cited by: The Flora of North America (FNA) project is a cooperative program to produce a Flora of the vascular plants of North America north of Mexico. The FNA Newsletter is published bimonthly by the Flora of North America Association to communicate news about the FNA project and other topics of interest to North American floristic researchers. Readers.
Pteridophyte flora of Oaxaca. Mem. New York Bot. Gard. SCHNEIDER, H. Vergleichende Wurzelanatomie der Fame. Shaker Press, Aachen. BOOK REVIEWS BIBLIOGRAPHIA SOBRE GAMETOFTTOS DE HELECHOS Y PLANTES AFINES B. Perez-Garcia & R. Riba. Continued from p. or by looking at authors likely to have published on the subject. Joe also co-authored with John Mickel the "Pteridophyte Flora of Oaxaca, Mexico," and a booklet on hardy ferns. Just before his death he helped Herb Wagner complete the treatment of Lycopodiaceae for the Flora of North America. His bibliography will be published in the American Fern Journal. Source: Brittonia, 43 (2), ,
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Pteridophyte flora of Oaxaca, Mexico. Bronx, Mexico book, U.S.A.: New York Botanical. Find helpful customer reviews and review ratings for Pteridophyte Flora of Oaxaca, Mexico (Memoirs of the New York Botanical Garden Vol. 46) at Read honest and 5/5(1). Mexico harbors fern and 86 lycophyte species, mainly in the three more humid Southeastern states: Oaxaca, Chiapas 87 and Veracruz, with over species each (Martínez-Salas and Ramos, About this book.
The New York Botanical Garden fern curator, John Mickel, and Alan Smith, a curator at UC Berkeley, give a monumental treatment of the Pteridophytes of Mexico, which, with 1, species and 16 additional varieties and subspecies, is one of the most exciting pteridophytic floras in the world.
for Mexico. These six species constitute one-fourth of all pteridophyte species known from Quintana Roo. ADLANTUM VILLOSUM L. (ADIANTACEAE) Specimens examined: Mpio. Oth6n P. Blanco, Kohunlich, inG. Cortes s.n. (XAL). Previously known from Mexico (Veracruz, Oaxaca, Chiapas, and Tabasco).
About this book. This work features photographs of seeds and background data, including family names, common names, distribution information, habitat and growth habit and descriptions, economic uses, and seed morphology descriptions for plant species common in Central America and Southern Mexico.
Many of the group, it Mexico book, saw little beyond the flora and fauna. But Sacks's eyes were open -- or opened -- to a great deal more. This appears to have been his first trip to.
John T. Mickel is the author of Ferns for American Gardens ( avg rating, 24 ratings, 1 review, published ), The Pteridophytes of Mexico ( avg 4/5. Pteridophyte Flora of Oaxaca, Mexico (Memoirs of the New York Botanical Garden) Mickel, John T.
/ Beitel, Joseph M. New York Botanical Garden Pr Dept （/07発売）. Check other web resources for Adiantum raddianum C. Presl. Flora del Conosur: Catálogo de las Plantas Vasculares del Conosur ; TROPICOS: Nomenclatural and Specimen Database of the Missouri Botanical Garden ; ePIC: Electronic Plant Information Centre of Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew ; AGRICOLA: Article Citation Database or NAL Catalog of USDA's National Agricultural Library.
Flora of the El Triunfo biosphere reserve, Chiapas, Mexico: a preliminary floristic inventory and the plant communities of polygon I. Inst. Biol. Méx. Ser. Bot. 62(2): Lycopodium clavatum is a spore-bearing vascular plant, growing mainly prostrate along the ground with stems up to 1 m (39 in) long; the stems are much branched, and densely clothed with small, spirally arranged microphyll leaves.
The leaves are 3–5 mm long and –1 mm broad, tapered to Family: Lycopodiaceae. References: Breedlove, D. E., ed. Flora of Chiapas. Davidse, G. et al., eds. Flora mesoamericana. Hoshizaki, B. The genus Adiantum in. Pteridophyte Flora of Oaxaca, Mexico. Memoirs of the New York Botanical Garden Vol.
46 by John T. Mickel, Joseph M. Beitel (pp. ) Review by: Peter J. Edwards. John is an expert on the ferns of the New World, of Mexico in particular.
He has discovered more than sixty new species of fern in the province of Oaxaca alone and (with his younger colleague Joseph Beitel) described its seven hundred-odd species of fern in their book Pteridophyte Flora of Oaxaca, Mexico. He knows where each of these ferns is. Identification: Free floating, rootless aquatic ntal, branching rhizomes float just below the water surface and produce, at each node, two floating to emergent leaves, and a third, submersed leaf that is dissected into ng leaves are orbicular to oval in shape, with heart shaped bases and rounded to notched tips.
Leaf length ranges from to cm. Smaller. The Biodiversity Heritage Library works collaboratively to make biodiversity literature openly available to the world as part of a global biodiversity community.
Mickel JT, Beitel JM () Pteridophyte flora of Oaxaca, Mexico. Mem New York Bot Gard – Google Scholar Mickel JT, Smith AR () The pteridophytes of by: 6.
Pellaea atropurpurea, es una especie de helecho de la familia botánica Pteridaceae, subfamilia Cheilanthoideae; Pellaea es un género de cerca de 35 especies distribuidas regiones templadas y subtropicales, es un género algo complicado pues sus límites no están bien diferenciados, está estrechamente relacionado con Cheilanthes, Mildella y Cheiloplecton; en México ocurren 15 Clase: Polypodiopsida.
Gymnosperms and pteriodophytes (Flora NovoGaliciana, vol. 17) The Michel, J.T. y Pteridophyte flora of Oaxaca, México. Memories of the New The moss flora of Mexico. Memories of the New York Botanical Garden no File Size: KB.Wild ornamental plants commercialized in the flower markets of Tenancingo and Jamaica, Mexico.
G. Munguía-Lino, L.M. Vázquez-García y J.A. López-Sandoval The Plant-Book. 2a ed. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, "Pteridophyte flora of Oaxaca, México".The Laricoideae are a subfamily of the Pinaceae, a Pinophyta division family.
They take their name from the genus Larix (), which contains inside most of the species of the group and is one of only two deciduous genera of the pines complex (together with Pseudolarix, which however belongs to a different subfamily, the Abietoideae).Ecologically important trees, the Laricoideae form pure or Class: Pinopsida.