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monograph of the British lichens

British Museum (Natural History). Dept. of Botany

monograph of the British lichens

a descriptive catalogue of the species in the Department of Botany, British Museum

by British Museum (Natural History). Dept. of Botany

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Published by Printed by order of the Trustees of the British Museum in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Lichens -- Great Britain

  • Edition Notes

    Includes index

    Other titlesBritish lichens
    ContributionsSmith, Annie Lorrain, b. 1854
    The Physical Object
    Pagination2 pts.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16335442M

    A monograph of lichens found in Britain. Part I. London: British Museum (Natural History). Smith, Annie Lorrain; Crombie, James M. (). A Monograph of Lichens Found in Britain: Being a Descriptive Catalogue of the Species in the Herbarium of the British Museum, Volume 2. London, Trustees of the British Museum. Chisholm, Hugh, ed. ( Alma mater: Marischal College, Edinburgh University. William Allport Leighton (–), botanist and mycologist.. Author abbreviation: Leight. Works include []. Leighton, W.A. () New British lichens. Ray.

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A Monograph of Lichens Found in Britain: Being a Descriptive Catalogue of the Species in the Herbarium of the British Museum Volume PT.2 (Hardback or Cased Book) British Museum (Natural History) Dept Published by Palala Press 5/4/ ().

A monograph of the British lichens; a descriptive catalogue of the species in the Department of Botany, British Museum, Title Variants: Alternative: British lichens By. British Museum (Natural History). Department of Botany. Crombie, James M.

Smith, Annie Lorrain, Type. BookBook Edition: Ed. A monograph of lichens found in Britain: being a descriptive catalogue of the species in the herbarium of the British Museum.

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[Annie Lorrain Smith; British Museum (Natural History). Department of Botany.]. A monograph of lichens found in Britain: being a descriptive catalogue of the species in the herbarium of the British Museum Volume pt.2 [British Museum (Natural History).

Dept., James M. (James Morrison) Crombie, Annie Lorra Smith] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. This is a reproduction of a book published before THE CLASSIFICATION OF LICHENS.

SINCE the publication in of the first part of this Mono-graph'many advances have been made in the study of lichenology, and consequently the classification used by Crombie has been ' "A Monograph of British Lichens," Part I, hy the Rev.

Crombie, M.A., F.L.S., Part II, hy Annie Lorrain Smith, F.L.S. Lichens was first published in Lichens are fascinating and beautiful organisms able to colonise a vast range of habitats, including seemingly impossible places such as bare icy mountain tops and sun-scorched coastal rocks.

This book discusses all aspects of British lichens, revealing the secrets of their success. Revised ed. of: A monograph of lichens found in Britain: being a descriptive catalogue of the species in the herbarium of the British Museum / by James W.

Crombie Part 2: 2nd ed. rev Pt. 2 is no. 22 of 25 special copies Includes bibliographical references (pt.1, p. xxiv) 10 52Pages: A Monograph of Lichens Found in Britain: Being a Descriptive Catalogue of the Species in the Herbarium of the British Museum, Part 1 A Monograph of Lichens Found in Britain: Being a Descriptive Catalogue of the Species in the Herbarium of the British Museum, Annie Lorrain Smith: Authors: British Museum (Natural History).

Vol. 2 has title: A monograph of the British lichens, a descriptive catalogue of the species in the Department of Botany, British Museum. by Annie Lorrain Smith A 2d edition of pt. 1 was published by Annie Lorrain Smith in with title as in v.

2 above noted Part 2 is no. 22 of 25 copies printed on special paper. A Monograph of the British Lichens, Vol. 2: A Descriptive Catalogue of the Species in the Department of Botany, British Museum (Classic Reprint) Smith, Annie Lorrain Published by Forgotten Books ().

THE CLASSIFICATION OF LICHENS. SINCE the publication in of the first part of this Monograph'many advances have been made in the study of lichenology, and consequently the classification used by Crombie has been ' "A Monograph of British Lichens," Part I, hy the Rev.

Crombie, M.A., F.L.S., Part II, hy Annie Lorrain Smith, F.L.S., Published by the. A Monograph of Lichens Found in Britain by Annie Lorrain Smith,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide.

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