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Orchidaceae Stelis Swartz

Г“scar Duque

Orchidaceae Stelis Swartz

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by Г“scar Duque

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Published by Editorial Universidad de Antioquia in Medellín, Colombia .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Stelis -- Latin America -- Classification,
  • Stelis -- Latin America -- Identification

  • Edition Notes

    StatementÓscar Duque.
    GenreClassification, Identification
    SeriesScience & technology = -- Ciencia y tecnología, Ciencia y tecnología (Medellín, Colombia)
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQK495.O64 D84 2008
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxix, 464 p. :
    Number of Pages464
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL23841976M
    ISBN 109587141075
    ISBN 109789587141078
    LC Control Number2009476843

    Members of the Dipterocarpaceae are clearly the dominating trees in most undisturbed lowland and submontane forests in terms of grande individuals. However, trees of other families are more numerous in species, though they received only little attention until recently, since the timber of most of them is not as highly in demand as that of dipterocarps. The Orchidaceae of Mexico & Guatemala - Free download as PDF File .pdf), Text File .txt) or read online for free. - James Bateman. Descripción de especies de orquídeas que llegaron con vida al Reino Unido.

      & Morr., Poaceae 1 C * Platygyna Mercier, Euphorbiaceae 7 C Plethadenia Uzb., Rutaceae 2 C H * Poitea Vent., Fabaceae 12 C H L P * Portlandia P. Browse, Rubiaceae 7 J * Priamosia Urb., Flacourtiaceae 1 H Pseudocarpidium Millsp., Lamiaceae 8 B C H Psychilis Raf., Orchidaceae 15 H L P * Quisyueya Dod, the Orchidaceae and proposed it as the type for a new family, the Vanillaceae (Lindley, 73)9. Orlando W. Roberts, English traveler along the Central American East Coast in the years before the independence of the region from Spain, comments in his book that the Indians in the region of Darien form parties for drinking preparations of.

    fue descrita inicialmente corno C~~e~ aphyLta por Swartz en Fue casi un siglo después que Reichenbach publicó el género a. basado en la misma especie. Casi todos los autores han tratado este género corno un miembro de Cranichidinae, aunque la estructura de la . new species and records of orchidaceae from costa rica DIEGO BOGARi1',25, ADAM KARREMANS1,2 & FRANCO PUPULIN 1 Jardin Botanico Lankester, Universidad de Costa Rica, P O. Box Cartago, Costa Rica.


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