2 edition of Catalogue of Plants Collected in Oban District, South Nigeria. found in the catalog.
Catalogue of Plants Collected in Oban District, South Nigeria.
by Brit. Museum (Nat. Hist)
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||157|
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Catalogue of the plants collected by Mr. & Mrs. P.A. Talbot in the Oban district, South Nigeria, Author: A B Rendle ; Emund Gilbert Baker ; Herbert Fuller Wernham ; Spencer Le Marchant Moore ; British Museum (Natural History).
Catalogue of the plants collected by Mr. & Mrs. P.A. Talbot in the Oban district, South Nigeria / By British Museum (Natural History). Department of Botany. and A. (Alfred Barton) Rendle. The genus was described by H.F. Wernham in to accommodate two species from South Nigeria collected by Mr.
and Mrs. P.A. Talbot, viz. minor and G. talbotii. A third species, G. cuvieroides, was added later. Globulostylis and Cuviera species are closely related, and therefore at one point Globulostylis was treated as a subgenus of : Rubiaceae.
Catalogue of the plants collected by Mr. & Mrs. P.A. Talbot in the Oban district, South Nigeria / by A.B. Rendle [et al.]. By British Museum (Natural History). Catalogue of the plants collected by Mr.
& Mrs. P.A. Talbot in the Oban district South Nigeria, (embrivíu Cat. Oban), ye un llibru con ilustraciones y descripciones botániques escritu pol botánicu, y curador inglés Alfred Barton Rendle y espublizáu pol Muséu Británicu nel añu Ver tamién.
Cronoloxía de la botánica; Llista de naturalistes y epónimosCategoría: Botánica. Crateranthus. Baker f. Crateranthus is a genus of woody plant in the family Lecythidaceae, first described as a genus in It is native to tropical Africa (Nigeria, Cameroon, Gabon, Republic of Congo, Democratic Republic South Nigeria.
book Congo).Family: Lecythidaceae. Catalogue of the plants collected by Mr. & Mrs. P.A. Talbot in the Oban district South Nigeria Catalogue of the Vascular Plants of Sao Tome Catalogus Arborum et Fruticum in Horto Edinensi Crescentium. Catalogue of the plants collected by Mr and Mrs P.
Talbot in the Oban district South Nigeria Govaerts, R. et al. Globulostylis in World Checklist of Selected Plant Families. The Board of Trustees of the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew.
Published on the internet. Accessed: June International Plant Names Index. Globulostylis. References  Primary references . Rendle, A.B. British Museum, Natural History. Catalogue of the plants collected by Mr.
& Mrs. Talbot in the Oban district South Nigeria Links . Govaerts, R. et al. Polystachya obanensis in Kew Science Plants of the World Board of Trustees of the Royal Botanic Gardens, hed on the internet.
The plants of Milanji, Nyassa-land. Con James Britten. ; Catalogue of the Plants collected by Mr. & Mrs. P.A. Talbot in the Oban district, South Nigeria. London (impreso por orden de Trustees, British Museum (Natural History)Kontrol ti autoridad: Botaniko: Baker f., ISNI:.
Catalogue of the plants collected by Mr. & Mrs. P.A. Talbot in the Oban district, South Nigeria / 5 Flora of Jamaica, containing descriptions of the flowering plants known from the island 5 4 / 5 Flora of Jamaica, containing descriptions of the flowering plants known from the island 4 / 55/5(5).
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Drought resistant/drought tolerant plant (xeric). A High Country Gardens introduction; Discovered in the garden of Lauren Springer Ogden.
Plant of the Year. Spencer Le Marchant Moore (Hampstead, - ) foi um botânico inglês. Trabalhou no Royal Botanic Gardens de atéescrevendo vários ensaios botânicos, posteriormente no Museu de História Natural de Londres de até a sua aposentadoria.
Realizou várias coletas de espécimens botânicos pela Austrália, descrevendo a sua flora. . Baker f. є міжнародним науковим скороченням імені ботанічного автора: Едмунд Гілберт Бейкер.
Перегляньте f. таксони, приписувані цьому f. автору, в International Plant Names Index (IPNI).Громадянство: Велика Британія. There are a variety of different species of plants that are native to the West African nation of Nigeria, a country which is situated along the Gulf of of the country is tropical and receives a lot of rainfall, but the very northeast part of the country located in the Sahel Savannah is Author: Gregory Sousa.
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Dept. of Botany at - 3/5(5).D.A. Snijman South African National Biodiversity Institute, Cape Town, RSA cuted by the British artist M. Hart from a plant said to have been collected in the ‘Cape of Good Hope’, received from the famous Sloane Street Nursery of Mr Tate in London, where rare and unusual imported plants File Size: 6MB.around Oban (Brenan, ).
Table 1 shows a list of threatened Nigeria plants, by families. This was made up after the meeting of experts ( April ) in Ibadan under the auspices of NACGRAB, the focal point for Nigeria activities on plant genetic resources conservation.