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The book covers the history of the genus, culture, description of species, propagation and hybrids. The author has also placed species within their classification which I found useful. I have not seen any books devoted solely to Masdevallia so this one is unique/5(21). The genus Masdevallia [F C Lehmann, Florence H Woolward, Schomberg Henry Kerr Marquess Lothian] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
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BHL works Author: Florence H. Woolward, F. Lehmann. The genus Masdevallia. Issued by the Marquess of Lothian, K.T., chiefly from plants in his collection of orchids at Newbattle Abbey.
With additional notes by F.C. Lehmann (German Consul in the Republic of Colombia). London, R.H. Porter, PDF | On Jan 1,Wesley E. Higgins and others published A Treasure of Masdevallia, A Monograph of the Genus Masdevallia, Volume 27 by Carlyle A.
Luer | Author: Wesley Higgins. The genus Masdevallia was established by Hipólito RUIZ López and José PAVON in on the basis of a plant that had been collected in Peru and transferred to Spain.
The genus was named after Genus Masdevallia book MASDEVAL, doctor and botanist on the court of Charles III of Spain. Hipólito RUIZ López. The genus comprises about species, widely spread from Southern Brazil to. Masdevallia is a genus of some species usually from cool, misty mountains of the New World Tropics.
Masdevallias are best known for their showy flowers consisting of sepals fused into genus Masdevallia book tubelike structure. Their origins in cool, damp environments make them an excellent choice for cool or coastal climates.
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Thesaurus Masdevalliarum. Eine Monographie der Gattung Masdevallia ; A Monograph of the Genus Masdevallia [Part 4] by Luer, C. and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at Prior to this time, the intriguing species of this genus were included in Masdevallia.
Today approximately 90 species that are found in moist forests, mostly in western Colombia and Ecuador, are recognized. Dracula have short, creeping rhizomes with short, erect, one-leafed, thin textured shoots with a distinct midrib. A Treasure of Masdevallia Continuation of the series of Thesaurus Masdevalliarum which was published between and in twenty parts, and celebrated this popular orchid genera in an elephant folio format, itself an emulation of Florence Woodward's famous The Genus Masdevallia folios from the nineteenth century.
Carlyle A. Luer has 20 books on Goodreads with 19 ratings. Carlyle A. Luer’s most popular book is The Native Orchids of Florida. Ein Schatz Von Masdevallia: Eine Monographie Der Gattung Masdevallia = a Treasure of Masdevallia: A Monograph of the Genus Masdevallia by.
Carlyle A. Masdevallia. Masdevallia mordax Rchb. f as Porroglossum mordax (Rchb. f.) Sweet Masdevallia morenoi Luer-- as M. schizopetala Kränzlin Masdevallia morochoi Luer and Andreetta Masdevallia mosquerae Lehmann & Kränzlin-- as Dracula houtteana (Rchb.
f.) Luer Masdevallia moyobambae Königer-- as M. weberbaueri Schlechter Masdevallia murex Luer Masdevallia. Monographie der Gattungen Masdevallia Ruiz et Pavon, Lothiania Kraenzl., Scaphosepalum Pfitzer, Cryptophoranthus Barb.
Rodr., Pseudoctomeria Kraenzl (Repertorium specierum novarum regni vegetabilis. "The Genus Masdevallia" [ edit ] issued by the Marquess of Lothian, K.T. plates and descriptions by Miss Florence H. Woolward with additional notes by. COVID Resources. Reliable information about the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).Numerous and frequently-updated resource results are available from this ’s WebJunction has pulled together information and resources to assist library staff as they consider how to handle.
The genus Masdevallia by F. Lehmann, Florence H. Woolward Paperback, Pages, Published ISBN / ISBN / This is a reproduction of a book published before This book may have occasional imperfections Pages: Masdevallia, abbreviated Masd in horticultural trade, is a large genus of flowering plants of the Pleurothallidinae, a subtribe of the orchid family (Orchidaceae).
There are over species, grouped into several : Tracheophytes. The Genus Masdevallia, London; R.H. Porter, Lyne & Son.
Zelenko, H. Orchids: Masdevallia with its segregates including Dracula, ZA I Publications, Quito ISBN ; Links. Govaerts, R. et al. Masdevallia andreae in Kew Science Plants of the World online. The Board of Trustees of the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew.
Published on. Masdevallia sumapazensis is a species of orchid in the genus Masdevallia, endemic to the Eastern Cordillera of Colombia in northern South America.
It was first described by Pedro Ortiz in The species Byrsella sumapazensis, described in by Family: Orchidaceae. The Genus Masdevallia, London; R.H. Porter, Lyne & Son. Zelenko, H. Orchids: Masdevallia with its segregates including Dracula, ZA I Publications, Quito ISBN ; Links.
Govaerts, R. et al. Masdevallia navicularis in Kew Science Plants of the World online. The Board of Trustees of the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew. Published. Grex name enter beginning few characters of grex or leave blank for all. to select Australian native orchids specifically.
Having a problem with finding an award under the contemporary naming. A cross-reference listing of old name to the new is available to view here. The Genus Masdevallia, issued by the Marquess of Lothian, K.T., Chiefly from Plants in his Collection of Orchids at Newbattle Abbey with additional notes by F.C.
Lehmann. London: Lyne & Sons for R.H. Porter, Statistics. The Plant List includes scientific plant names of species rank for the genus these are accepted species names.
The Plant List includes a further scientific plant names of infraspecific rank for the genus do not intend The Plant List to be complete for names of infraspecific rank. These are primarily included because.
Masdevallia. Masdevallia sumapazensis P. Ortiz Masdevallia superflua Kränzlin-- as M. striatella Rchb. Masdevallia surinamensis Focke-- as M. minuta Lindley Masdevallia synthesis Luer Masdevallia syringodes Luer and Andreetta-- as M.
tubulosa Lindley Masdevallia tarantula Luer-- as Dracula tubeana (Rchb. f.) Luer Masdevallia teaguei Luer Masdevallia tentaculata. The Genus Masdevallia from Dymocks online bookstore. PaperBack by F C Lehmann, Schomberg Henry Kerr Marquess Lothian, Florence H.
Eine Monographie der Gattung Masdevallia / A Monograph of the Genus Masdevallia. Luer, C. und W. Königer: Published by München, Verlag Helga Königer ().
Three new Masdevallia species are described, illustrated and compared with similar species. A brief taxonomic discussion is held about the justification for describing the new taxa as Masdevallia.Get this from a library!
Thesaurus Masdevalliarum: eine Monographie der Gattung Masdevallia = a monograph of the genus Masdevallia.
[Carlyle A Luer; Anne Marie Trechslin].The Genus Masdevallia - Primary Source Edition by F. C. Lehmann, Florence H.
Woolward Paperback, Pages, Published ISBN / ISBN / This is a reproduction of a book published before This book may have occasional imperfections Pages: