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Catalogue of the Davenport Herbarium of North American ferns, north of Mexico

Massachusetts Horticultural Society, Boston, Massachusetts, U.S. : with names of donors and collectors, localities, geographical range, critical notes ..

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Published by Published by the author in [S.l.] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Davenport, George E. -- 1833-1907 -- Herbarium.,
  • Ferns -- North America -- Catalogs and collections.

  • Edition Notes

    ContributionsMassachusetts Horticultural Society.
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination1 microfiche (27 fr.).
    Number of Pages27
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL22130073M
    ISBN 100665579225

    The Davenport papers contain correspondence, manuscripts, herbarium sheets, photographs, etchings, a family tree, and paper ephemera. The bulk of the Davenport papers consists of correspondence dated , primarily pertaining to Davenport’s botanical interests. Extent: 1 collection Language: English Genre: Photoprints. Digital Format. This is a catalogue of the Davenport Herbarium of North American Ferns of the Massachusetts Horticultural Society, which contains specimens of every authentic species of the ferns at present known to inhabit North America, north of Mexico, consisting of thirty-two genera representing one hundred and forty-two species. The catalogue is a.

    George E. Davenport, author of Two new ferns from New England. With some observations on hybridity and, on LibraryThing. The Pryer Lab Archive of Silica-Dried Fern Material ("silica archive") contains over accessions (as of November ), each linking a herbarium voucher to material available for DNA extraction. The integration of (usually) silica-dried leaf tissue with herbarium vouchers and their associated metadata makes the collection a valuable resource for a wide range of.

    "One drop fell from a fern, and lo, a ripple" - Robert Frost (). C. G. Pringle notices some north-eastern plants; and the discov-ery of a truffle new to the North American flora, by Mr. W. R. Gerard, is recorded. A Catalogue of North American Ferns (north of Mexico) in the Davenport Herbarium of the Massachusetts Horticultural Society is to be issued by Mr. George E. Davenport, 8 Hamilton.


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Catalogue of the "Davenport Herbarium" of North American ferns, north of Mexico: Massachusetts Horticulturel Society, Boston, Massachusetts, U.S.: with names of donors and collectors, localities, geographical range, critical notes.

Document Record Creator Davenport, George E. (George Edward), Massachusetts Horticultural Society. Title Catalogue of the "Davenport Herbarium" of North American ferns, north of Mexico: Massachusetts Horticultural Society, Boston, Massachusetts, U.S.: with names of donors and collectors, localities, geographical range, critical notes.

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Abstract "Some comparative tables showing the distribution of ferns in the United States of North America. By George E. Davenport" (p., extracted from Proceedings of the American Philosophical Society, v) inserterted at of access: anied by "Catalogue of the Davenport herbarium.

Catalogue of the "Davenport Herbarium" of North American ferns north of Mexico. 42 pp. Aspidium spinulosum (Swartz) and its varieties; Notes on Botrychium simplex Hitchc. 22 pp. 参考文献. Library of the Gray Herbarium Archives - Harvard University ; ウィキソースの記事.

Ferns of North America This guide shall serve as a base for those interested in the Pteridophyta division of plants. With any luck, this guide will help the reader understand and identify the ferns of North America.

MAXON, WILLIAM R. A List of Ferns and Fern Allies of North America, north of Mexico, etc. National Museum, Numerous Monographs and Notes on American Ferns in current magazines. Studies of Tropical American Ferns.

United States National Herbarium, +. Ferns are magnificent, whether in the wild or under cultivation. Among the oldest plants on earth, ferns can be traced back to the Coal Age, over million years ago. Today, ferns are one of the most overlooked and under-utilized perennials in the garden.

Types of Ferns Eastern North American native ferns are available in [ ]. North American ferns: Check list of the ferns of the United States (With his catalogue of the Davenport herbarium of North American ferns. Supplement. March, [n.p., ] 23 cm) [Davenport, Geo. E] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying : Geo.

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([Medford, Mass.] Pub. by the author, ), also by Geo. Davenport (page images at HathiTrust). "Aspidium spinulosum (Swartz) and its varieties," The American Naturalist, Vol. 12, Nov. Catalogue of the "Davenport Herbarium" of North American ferns north of Mexico: Massachusetts Horticultural Society, Boston, () References.

George Edward Davenport () Papers, Harvard University Herbaria. Catalogue of the "Davenport Herbarium" of North American ferns north of Mexico. Salem. Catalogue of the "Davenport Herbarium" of North American ferns, north of Mexico: Massachusetts Horticulturel Society, Boston, Massachusetts, U.S.: with names of donors and collectors, localities,geographical range, critical notes.

The American Fern Society is over years old. With over members worldwide, it is one of the largest international fern clubs in the world.

It was established in with the objective of fostering interest in ferns and fern allies. We exchange information and specimens between members via our publications and spore exchange.

There are ab species of ferns in the world today. Most are found in the tropics. Currently, Georgia is home to 36 genera, species and 12 hybrid ferns. The list is constantly expanding as new plants are found.

To grow ferns successfully, it is important to match the site characteristics and growing environment with the native requirements of the fern species you intend to grow. American Fern Journal publishes articles and notes based on original scientific research on ferns and allied groups of vascular plants for over years.

Two species of Isoëtes (Isoëtaceae) occur in the Kamchatka Peninsula, northern Russian Far East — I. asiatica (Makino) Makino and I.

maritima Underw. Davenport also maintained a personal herbarium of fern specimens from around the world. In addition to his work on ferns, Davenport wrote about forestry and horticulture, publishing over articles and several monographs.

It was reported in the "Fern Bulletin" that he was working on a manual of the ferns of North America.Close. Due to the impact of the COVID pandemic, the ability to request physical items has been temporarily disabled. Click here to find out how to create lists of items to request later.

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Published by Geo. E. Davenport, Medford, Massachusetts. This collection of Ferns is in the possession of the Massachusetts Horticultural Society, and comprises species - all known native to the United States. Besides being useful as a list, it is a good guide to geographical.