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Flora hongkongensis

a description of the flowering plants and ferns of the island of Hongkong

by Bentham, George

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Published by L. Reeve in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Botany -- Hong Kong

  • Edition Notes

    StatementBy George Bentham. Published under the authority of Her Majesty"s Secretary of State for the Colonies
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQK355 .B
    The Physical Object
    Pagination20, li, 482 p.
    Number of Pages482
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL24170530M
    LC Control Numberagr05000566
    OCLC/WorldCa15867970

    In only the last twenty years, 11 species have been added to the Taiwanese Red Book. Approximately species (57 pteridophytes, with the Flora Hongkongensis of G. Bentham. Aug 17,  · Summary. Eight species, three subspecies, four varieties and three combinations of Eriocaulon L. from Thailand are described, preparatory to a Cited by: 5.

    Sep 02,  · Belgic Memories The Flora Wonder Blog started in the fall of , so there has been about of them. Thousands of you are at the receiving end of our blog notice, but I can't guarantee that you all click it on, and even in some cases potential readers have requested for us to take them off altogether. The Dutch word for "book" is boek or. CA-CH: In the following names, the stressed vowel is the one preceding the stress mark. His collection of plants from Hong Kong was used by George Bentham for his Flora Hongkongensis (). Between and , he led a [number of] scientific expeditions to Cuba. Jaeger's Source-book of Biological Names and Terms also make the.

    Bentham began with the Flora Hongkongensis in , which was the first comprehensive work on any part of the little-known flora of China. This was followed by the Flora Australiensis, in seven volumes (), the first flora of any large. Sir William Hooker, invited him to establish permanent quarters at Kew gardens, where Bentham participated in the Gardens' definitive survey of floras of the British colonies and possessions, for which he prepared the Flora Hongkongensis () and the Flora Australiensis (7 vol.


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Flora hongkongensis: a description of the flowering plants and ferns of the island of Hongkong. [George Bentham]. Jan 25,  · The ordinary or perfect Leaf consists of a flat blade or lamina, usually green, and more or less horizontal, attached to the stem by a stalk called a footstalk or brightsideglobaltrade.com the form or dimensions of a leaf are spoken of, it is generally the blade that is meant, without the petiole or stalk.

Get this from a library. Flora Hongkongensis: a description of the flowering plants and ferns of the island of Hongkong. [George Bentham; Henry Fletcher Hance]. What is a Flora. Links A Flora refers to one of the following two subjects. First, a flora of a particular place refers to all the plants of that place.

It constitutes the plant biodiversity and resources of that place. Second, it refers to a monograph or book on the plants of a particular place, e.g. Flora Hongkongensis and Flora of China. Book digitized by Google from the library of Harvard University and uploaded to the Internet Archive by user tpb.

Flora Hongkongensis: A Description of the Flowering Plants and Ferns of the Island of Hongkong Book digitized by Google from the library of Harvard University and uploaded to the Internet Archive by user tpb.

Addeddate Pages: Camellia hongkongensis (Chinese: 香港茶; literally: 'Hong Kong tea'), the Hong Kong camellia, is a species of camellia. Description. Camellia hongkongensis is a small evergreen tree which can grow to 10 metres (33 ft) feet tall.

Of the camellia species native to Hong Kong, only this species bears red flowers. Its young branches are reddish brightsideglobaltrade.com: Theaceae.

Croton hancei Benth., the Hong Kong croton, is a shrub or small tree, a species of Croton which is endemic to Tsing Yi Island, Hong brightsideglobaltrade.com Hong Kong, it is listed in the book Rare and precious Plants of Hong Kong.

Croton hancei was discovered by H. Hance on Hong Kong Island in the s and published by botanist George Bentham as a new species in Flora Hongkongensis in Clade: Angiosperms. Oct 26,  · Flora hongkongensis: a description of the flowering plants and ferns of the island of Hongkong Item Preview Follow the "All Files: HTTP" link in the "View the book" box to the left to find XML files that contain more metadata about the original Pages: BENTHAM, George (); and Henry Fletcher HANCE () Flora Hongkongensis: A Description of the Flowering Plants and Ferns of the Island of Hong Kong [Bound with:] Flora Hongkongensis A Compendious Supplement to Mr.

Bentham's Description of the Plants of the Island of Hong Kong Extracted from the Linnaen Society's Journal. P Some brief notes on Ligustrum punctifolium M. Chang by Patrick Lai. Hong Kong Herbarium, AFCD. The Biodiversity Survey has identified a Ligustrum species, Ligustrum punctifolium, which has not been recorded in the Checklist of Hong Kong brightsideglobaltrade.com species was first published in based on a specimen collected by Mr.

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Flora Hongkongensis. George Bentham. 10 Sep Hardback. US$ Add to. Cornus hongkongensis is highly variable in vegetative morphology and has at times been divided into several species on the basis of minor differences, such as pubescence and the shape and size of.

A species described in the “Flora Hongkongensis” in based on specimens collected in ravines on the top of Victoria Peak. A small shrub, pinkish white flowers appears in April. The genus is endemic to china, only one species and one variety have been described. Acer tutcheri Duthie (Tutcher’s Maple).

Media in category "Flora of Hong Kong" The following 75 files are in this category, out of 75 total. The plant is sometimes harvested from the wild for its seed, which is the source of an oil. It is grown as an ornamental in gardens.

Camellia hongkongensis occurs in. Category:Books about the flora of Asia. From Wikimedia Commons, the free media repository Flora de Macau (book)‎ ( F) Flora indica: cui accedit series zoophytorum Indicorum nec non prodromus Florae Capensis‎ (6 F) Flora brightsideglobaltrade.com 2, × 3, pages; MB.

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The latter is now known as Octopus dofleini (Wtilker ) and has recently been clearly distinguished from O. hongkongensis for the first time (Gleadall a, band redescriptions in prep.).

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