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by John Dransfield,Marion Ruff Sheehan,Natalie W. Uhl

ePub Genera Palmarum: A Classification of Palms Based on the Work of Harold E. Moore, Jr. download
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John Dransfield,Marion Ruff Sheehan,Natalie W. Uhl
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Genera Palmarum; 1st edition (September 1, 1987)
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Natalie W. Uhl (Author), John Dransfield (Author), Marion Ruff Sheehan (Illustrator) & 0 more. This is the definitive Palm book. Not a 'how-to,' but a scientific publication. Lots of information and pictures.

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Genera Palmarum is perhaps the gold standard for palm taxonomy. Every palm (200 genera) is included, and given a place. One can immediately locate a genus, and discover its defining characteristics (as well as superb line drawings of a representative species). One can then discover how the genus differs from other closely related genera. 26 people found this helpful.

Most of Genera Palmarum, a classification of the palms of them are based in Italy. based on the work of Harold E. Moore Jr., authored Several typographic errors are detected, . by Uhl and Drasfield in 1987

Most of Genera Palmarum, a classification of the palms of them are based in Italy. by Uhl and Drasfield in 1987.

Andrew Henderson, Natalie W. Uhl, John Dransfield. Brittonia, July 1988, Springer Science + Business Media. The authors haven't yet claimed this publication. PDF generated on 28-Oct-2019 Create your own PDF summaries at ww. rowkudos.

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Extant Ceroxyloideae palms are absent from the African continent, but the genus Ravenea is endemic to.2008;Baker and Dransfield 2016). Most recent analyses based on complete sets of plastid genes support placement of Arecaceae as sister to a small family, Dasypogonaceae.

Extant Ceroxyloideae palms are absent from the African continent, but the genus Ravenea is endemic to Madagascar and the Comoros (Dransfield & Beentje 1995), and the monotypic Oraniopsis is endemic to Queeensland, Australia ( Dransfield et al. 2008). Both Ravenea and Oraniopsis differ from the fossil by having a prominent midrib on the leaflets that is thicker and wider than exmedial primary veins.

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  • I'm a novice interested in the great variety of the palms. I'm also interested in taxonomy (classification). Having read several general books on palms (learning many of the genera and how to grow them), I wanted the "big picture" of how they all fit together. Genera Palmarum is perhaps the gold standard for palm taxonomy. Every palm (200 genera) is included, and given a place. One can immediately locate a genus, and discover its defining characteristics (as well as superb line drawings of a representative species). One can then discover how the genus differs from other closely related genera.

  • This is the definitive Palm book. Not a 'how-to,' but a scientific publication. Lots of information and pictures. Excellent.