Manual of the genus Carex in Mexico and Central America

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Other titlesGenus Carex in Mexico and Central America
Statementby Frederick J. Hermann.
SeriesAgriculture handbook - U.S. Department of Agriculture ; no. 467, Agriculture handbook (United States. Dept. of Agriculture) ;, no. 467.
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LC ClassificationsS21 .A37 no. 467, QK495.C997 .A37 no. 467
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Paginationiv, 219 p. :
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Open LibraryOL5522324M
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Manual of the genus Carex in Mexico and Central. A New Species of Carex (Cyperaceae) from Western South America and a New Combination Wheeler, Gerald A. () "A New Species of Carex (Cyperaceae) from Western South America and a New Combination in the Genus,"Aliso: A Journal of Systematic and Manual of the genus Carex in Mexico and Central America.

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Andrew Hipp. University of Wisconsin Press. Field Manual of Michigan Flora. Edward G. Voss and Anton A. The genus Carex (Cyperaceae) is one of the largest and most widely distributed plant genera in the world.

Most species in the genus are not true aquatics but wetland plants of littoral communities, peatlands and wet meadows.

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References: FNA Editorial Committee. Flora of North America. Hermann, F. Manual of the carices of the Rocky Mountains and Colorado Basin. U.S.D.A.

Reznicek, A.A. and Gonzáles-Elizondo, M. () Carex Section Porocystis (Cyperaceae) in Mexico and Central America. Vol Contributions from the University of Michigan Herbarium. Robinson, L.R. and Fernald, M.L. () Gray's New Manual of Botany. A handbook of the flowering plants and ferns. 7th Ed.

American Book Company. Roland, A. Carex rossii, commonly known as Ross's sedge, is a hardy species of sedge that is often a pioneer species in areas with little or no established vegetation, or in places where disturbance has occurred. It flowers in May and : Angiosperms. This is the only field guide to provide comprehensive coverage of the mammals of Central America and southeast Mexico.

The fully revised second edition includes 21 new species, as well as updated illustrations and distribution maps. Each species account provides measurements, descriptions, and comparisons with similar species, and is accompanied by a range map showing where the species.

The sectionAtratae is highly differentiated in the southern Rocky Mountain region where the group has developed several endemic species. Eleven species are recognized, and three new combinations are proposed:C. parryanaC. parryanaandC. norvegica by: 9. This is the first comprehensive field guide to the mammals of Central America, one of the most diverse and species-rich regions in the world.

Generously illustrated with 48 full-color plates and many drawings, the book is designed for use both by amateur naturalists and professional biologists/5. INCLUDING THOSE OF MEXICO, CENTRAL AMERICA, AND GREENLAND, WITH THE AMERICAN BIBLIOGRAPHY OF THE GENUS. By L. Bailey, Jr. Presented Ap In the following Synopsis I have divided the genus, or rather its American representatives, into two sub-genera and fourteen sections.

The primary divisions of the sections, designated by capitals. The book of swamp and bog: trees, shrubs, and wildflowers of eastern freshwater wetlands.

Stackpole Books, Mechanicsburg, Pennsylvania. Wetland plants listed alphabetically. Line drawings. Information ( pages per species) includes identification tips, synonymous common File Size: KB. A preliminary synopsis of North American Carices including those of Mexico, Central America, and Greenland, with the American bibliography of the genus: The principles of agriculture, a text-book for schools and rural societies: The principles of fruit-growing: The pruning-book.

A monograph of the Orthoptera of North America (north of Mexico) by James Abram Garfield Rehn,Printed by the George W. Carpenter Fund for the Encouragement of Original Scientific Research edition, in English.

Mexico is a small genus of beetles, containing two species. They belong to subfamily Thaumastodinae, the jumping shore beetles. The type species, Mexico litoralis, is native to the west coast of Mexico.

Mexico morrisoni, described inis from the Bahamas. Both beetles are minute, measuring about 2 millimeters in : Insecta. By using American Insects, A Handbook of the Insects of America North of Mexico, Second Edition, readers can quickly determine the taxonomic position of any species, genus, or higher taxon of insect known to occur in America and Canada.

Every order, family, and genus is conveniently numbered and indexed, making this volume the only complete. Current status of the genus Camelina (Brassicaceae) in the prairies and plains of central North America Contr.

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Univ. Kansas Herb. This work features photographs of seeds and background data, including family names, common names, distribution information, habitat and growth habit descriptions, economic uses, and seed morphology descriptions for plant species common in Central America and southern Mexico.

The plants listed were chosen because of their economic importance and recognised utility throughout the by: WHSG Regional Coordinator for Mexico-Central America-Caribbean: Dr. Rosalía Pastor-Nieto.

Rosalía Pastor-Nieto was born in Mexico City in She earned her degree in veterinary medicine at the National Autonomous University of Mexico where she majored in wildlife medicine. Download BibTeX citations. @book{bhl, title = {Biologia Centrali-Americana, or, Contributions to the knowledge of the fauna and flora of Mexico and Central America.

Full text of "Manual of the botany of the northern United States" See other formats. Schweinitz, L. von. A monograph of the North American species of the genus Carex. Annals of the Lyceum of Natural History of New York 1(2) Scora, R. Interspecific relationships in the genus Monarda (Labiatae).

University of California Publications in Botany Scott, J.A. Manual of the genus Carex in Mexico and Central America. Washington, DC: Forest Service, United States Department of Agriculture.

Washington, DC: Forest Service, United States Department of Cited by: 6.Title. Hoffmannias from Mexico and Central America. Related Titles. Series: Fieldiana. Botany ; v. 36, no. 6 Series: Publication (Field Museum of Natural History.Scleria is a genus of about species widely distributed in tropical and warm-temperate regions of both hemispheres (Reznicek et al.

; Zhang et al. ). According to Kessler (), who synonymized some species accepted by Core () and Fernald (), there were 14 species in North America.