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... not really available, and is listed by Amazon only for "historical" reasons. That means things such as: Out of Print ... all found titles will be presented, including those tagged as described above. Note! Because "Availability" information takes Amazon's servers ... words (such as "Acme" for "Acme Publishing, Inc.") Published: (see notes in text above) = Subject Subject word(s) Start of subject ...
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Hunt Institute: Archives Collections List
... .esapubs.org/esahistory/officers.htm Papers at Cincinnati Historical Society, Cincinnati Museum Center: http://www.cincymuseum.org/ BRAY, ... , assistant botanist, U.S. National Museum. Correspondence, research notes, field notes, drawings. Location: 1 box shelved. Collection #187. Images ... box #3. Collection #92. Pencil drawings of new species described by Smith, drawn by Faxon, are in Art Department. ...
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Hunt Institute: History of Collections
... them with other students and collectors by having them described in catalogue form ... Over the years I have climbed ... in books of previous centuries were subsequently "lost," the historical importance of those artworks that were "rescued" or otherwise ... contains such items as letters, journals and diaries, field notes, documents, drafts of published and unpublished books and articles, annotated ...
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Historical1
... and elsewhere. Was the first West Australian to publish notes on pollination; from observations of wasps pollinating C. barbarossa ... researchers that are contributing throughout Australia. He named and described four orchids published in Nuytsia, bulletin of the Western ... Early Botanical Explorers. Journal and Proceedings of the W.A. Historical Society. Hoffman, Noel and Brown, Andrew 1984 Orchids of ...
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Damask Roses on the Rose Garden
... sought after and most identified with the rose. It is described by Beales as "spicy, somewhat lingering, differing completely from the ... achieve 2 metres. Probably from pre-Shakespearian times, and of historical interest. Possibly a sport of Kazanlik. Not for the cottage ... to Gardens ONLINE Garden Gallery Mail Order Nurseries Letters Garden Notes The Rose Garden Index Gardens to Visit Copyright 1997 ...
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Herring Biology - What is a herring?
... Russian naturalist and explorer who first described the Pacific species during his travels in the North Pacific. The Atlantic Herring (Clupea harengus) Author's Notes I have witnessed a herring school ... passage from Fishes of the Gulf of Maine, Bigelow and Schroeder provide perspective on the historical abundance of Atlantic herring. "To list the localities where herring have been recorded would ...
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Ceratozamia euryphyllidia
... Greek eurys, broad, phyllon, leaf, with the diminutive idion, referring to the extraordinarily broad leaflets Historical notes: Described as recently as 1986 from a small stand of plants discovered only a few years ...
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Ceratozamia kuesteriana
... . Schust., Pflanzenr. 99: 132 (1932), nom. nud.] Etymology: Honoring Baron __ von Kuester, patron _? Historical notes: Described in 1857 by German-born Russian botanist and cycad specialist Eduard von Regel, from plants ...
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Species of Louisiana Iris
... Publications HISTORICAL NOTES ON THE LOUISIANA IRIS T he Louisiana Irises belong to a group of iris species native to the American South. The first species within this grouping to be officially described ... until 1929 that the tireless John R. Small described the towering blue coastal marsh iris known as I. giganticaerulea. Still later, in 1966, Randolph described a new species called I. nelsonii-- ...
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The Bryologist
... II. The editors are named below with the volumes for which they were responsible. Brief historical notes are given on the evolution of THE BRYOLOGIST following its birth a century ago as ... parts per year. An annual index was published separately each year. Until 1905 THE BRYOLOGIST described itself as the "Official Organ of the Sullivant Moss Chapter of the Aggasiz Association," but ...
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