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Flora Scotica [Part I]

Flora Scotica [Part I]

Title compFlora Scotica; or a description of Scottish plants, arranged both according to the artificial and natural methods. In two parts. / By William Jackson Hooker, LL. D. F.R.A. and L.S., member of the Wern. Soc. of Edinb., of the Imp. acad. naturae curiosorum, of the Royal bot. soc. of Ratisbon, of the Helvetic soc. of nat. hist. etc. and regius professor of botany in the University of Glasgow ; [Part I]
Bib abrevFl. Scot.
AuthorHooker, William Jackson
Date1821
PublicationLondon : Printed by Richard and Arthur Taylor, Shoe-lane, for Archibald Constable and Co., Edinburg; and Hurst, Robinson, and Co., Cheapside, London
CityLondon
Page volume[i]-x p., [1] h. ["Flora Scotica. Part I"], [1]-292 p., [2] h. ["Index to the genera..."] ; 23 cm
Comment bibPubl.: 10.V.1821 [cf. F.A. Stafleu & R.S. Cowan, "Taxonomic literature" ed. 2, n.º 2.991]
CategoriesFlora
Europe
Gimnospermae
Angiospermae
TL22.991
NMRF(41)HOO