Etymologie, Etimología, Étymologie, Etimologia, Etymology
UK Vereinigtes Königreich Großbritannien und Nordirland, Reino Unido de Gran Bretaña e Irlanda del Norte, Royaume-Uni de Grande-Bretagne et d'Irlande du Nord, Regno Unito di Gran Bretagna e Irlanda del Nord, United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland
Botanik, Botánica, Botanique, Botanica, Botany

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botanical
A Modern Herbal
Plant & Herb Index
List of botanical Common Names

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(E2)(L1) http://www.botanical.com/botanical/mgmh/comindx.html
Da die Pflanzenbeschreibungen in diesem elektronischen Herbarium auch viele Hinweise zu den lateinischen und "umgangssprachlichen" Bezeichnungen enthalten, habe ich diese Site im Etymologie-Portal aufgenommen.

Home of the electronic version of "A Modern Herbal" by Maud Grieve.
Search MGHM - Recipe Index - Plant & Herb Index - Poisons Index - Shorter Medical DictIonary - Herbal Products Index

The hyper-text version of: A Modern Herbal, first published in 1931, by Mrs. M. Grieve, contains Medicinal, Culinary, Cosmetic and Economic Properties, Cultivation and Folk-Lore of Herbs.
Regarding cultivation - Keep in mind that this was written in England, with a climate similar to the Pacific Northwest in America.
For Medicinal Use - Bear in mind it was written with the conventional wisdom of the early 1900's. This should be taken into account as some of the information may now be considered inaccurate, or not in accordance with modern medicine.

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"A" Common Name Index
Abscess Root | Acacis | Acacia Bark | Acacia Catechu | Acacia (false) | Acacia (gum) | Aconite | Adder's Tongue (American) | Adder's Tongue (English) | Adonis | Adrue | Agar-Agar | Agaric | Agave | Agrimony | Agrimony (Hemp) | Agrimony (Water) | Alder, Black American | Alder, Common | Alder Buckthorn | Alder, Tag | Alecost Alexanders | Alkanets | Allspice | Almonds | Aloes | Alstona | Alstonia Bark | | Ammoniacum | Anachusa | Anemones | Anemone Pulsatilla | Anemone (Wood) | Angelica | Angelica Tree | Angostura (True) | Anise | Anise (Star) | Annatto | Antirrhinum | Apple Apple (Balsam) | Apple (Bitter) | Apple, Custard | Aploppas | Apocyrum | Apricot | Aralias | Araroba | Arbutus (Strawberry Tree) | Arbutus, Trailing | Archangel | Areca Nut | Arenaria Rubra | Arnica | Arrachs or Oraches | Arrach (Garden) | Arrach (Halberd-Leaved) | Arrach (Wild) | Arrowhead | Arrowroot | Artichoke,Jerusalem | Artichoke, Globe Artichoke, Chinese | Artichoke, Cardoon | Arum | Asafetida | Asarabacca | Asclepias | Ash | Ash, Bitter | Ash, Manna | Ash, Mountain | Ash, Prickly | Ash, Wafer | Asparagus | Asphodel | Aubergine | Auricula | Avens | Avens (Mountain) | Avens, Water | Azadirachta


(E?)(L?) http://www.botanical.com/botanical/mgmh/comindxb.html

"B" Common Name Index
Bael | Balm | Balm of Gilead | Balmony | Balsam of Gilead | Balsam of Peru | Balsam of Tolu | Balsam, White | Bamboo Brier | Banana | Baneberry | Barberry, Common | Barberry, Nepal | Barberry (Indian) | Barley | Bartsia, Red | Basil, Bush | Basil, Sweet | Basil, Wild | Bayberry | Bean, Kidney | Bearberry | Bearsfoot (American) | Bearsfoot (British) | Bedstraw, Lady's Bedstraw (Hedge) | Beech | Beetroots | Belladonna | Benne | Benzoin | Bergamot | Betel | Bethroot | Betony, Wood | Betony, Water | Bilberry | Bindweeds | Bindweed, Greater | Bindweed, Jalap | Bindweed, Sea | Bindweed, Syrian | Birch, Common | Birthwort | Bistort | Bitter Apple | Bitter Root | Bittersweet | Blackberry | Blackberry, American Black Current | Black Haw | Black Root | Bladderwrack | Blites | Blite, Sea | Blite, Annual Sea | Blite, Strawberry | Bloodroot | Bluebell | Blue Flag | Blue Mallow | Bogbean | Boldo | Boneset | Borage | Box | Boxwood, American | Brooklime | Broom | Broom, Butcher's | Broom, Dryer's | Broom, Spanish | Broom-Corn | Bryony, Black Bryony, European White | Bryony, White | Buchu | Buckbean | Buckthorns | Buckwheat | Bugle, Common | Bugle, Yellow | Bugleweed | Bugloss, Viper's | Bullace | Burdock | Burnet, Great | Burnet, Lesser | Burnet Saxifage | Burning Bush | Burr Marigold | Burra Gookeroo | Butcher's Broom | Butter Snakeroot | Butterbur | Buttercup, Bulbous | Butternut


(E?)(L?) http://www.botanical.com/botanical/mgmh/comindxc.html

"C" Common Name Index
Cabbage Tree | Cacao | Cactus | Cajuput | Calabar Bean | Calamint | Calamus Aromaticus | Calisaya | Calotopis | Calumba | Camellia | Campanula | Camphor | Campion | Canadian Hemp | Canchalagua | Candytuft, bitter | Canella | Capsicum | Caraway | Cardamoms | Cardoons | Caroba | Carrot | Carrot, Wild | Cascara, Amarga | Cascara Sagrada | Cascarilla | Cashew Nut | Cassava | Cassia (Cinnamon) | Catechu, Pale | Catechu Pallidum Catechu, Black | Catmint | Catnep | Catsfoot | Caulophyllum | Cayenne | Cedar, Yellow | Cedron | Celandine, Greater | Celandine, Lesser | Celery (Wild) | Centaury | Centaury, Chilian | Cereus, Night Blooming | Chammoniles | Chaste Tree | Chaulmoogra | Cheken | Chenopodiums | Cherry Laurel | Cherry Stalks | Cherry, Wild | Cherry, Winter | Chestnut, Horse | Chestnut, Sweet | Chickweed | | Chimaphila | China | Chiretta | Chives | Chrysanthemum | Cicely, Sweet | Cineraria Maritima Cinnamon | Cinnamon, White | Cinquefoil | Clary, Common | Clivers | Clover, Red | Cloves | Club Moss | Coca, Bolivian | Cocculus, Indicus | Cocillana Bark | Cocklebur | Coffee | Cohosh, Black | Cohosh, Blue | Colchicum | Cole Seed | Colocynth | Coltsfoot | Columbine | Columbo, American | Combretum | Comfrey | Compass Plant | Condurango | Contrayerva | Convolvulus, Field | Coolwort | Copaiba | Coriander | Corkwood Tree | Corn Cockle | Cornflower Corn, Indian | Corn Salad | Corn Silk | Costmary | Coto | Cotton Root | Couchgrass | Cowhage | Cowslip | Cow-Wheat | Cramp Bark | Cranesbill Root, American | Crawley Root | Crosswort | Croton | Crowfoot, Celery-Leaved | Crowfoot, Upright Medow | Cubebs | Cuckoo-pint | Cudbear | Cudweed | Cumin | Cup Moss | Cup Plant | Curare | Currant, Black | Currant, Red |


(E?)(L?) http://www.botanical.com/botanical/mgmh/comindxd.html

"D" Common Name Index
Daffodil | Dahlias | Daisy, Common | Daisy, Ox-Eye | Damiana | Damiana, False | Damson | | Datura | Deer's Tongue | | Devil's Bit | Dill | Dita Bark | Docks | Dog's Mercury | Dogwood, Jamaica | Dragon's Blood | Dropwort, Hemlock Water | Dropwort, Water | Dyer's Greenweed | Dyer's Madder


(E?)(L?) http://www.botanical.com/botanical/mgmh/comindxe.html

"E" Common Name Index
Echinacea | Egg Plant | Elaterium | Elder | Elder, Dwarf | Elder, Dwaft, American | Elecampane Elm, Common | Elm, Slippery | Embelia | Ephedra | Ergot | Eryngo | Eucalyptus Euonymus | Eupatoriums | Euphorbia, Euphorbium | Everlasting Flowers | Eyebright


(E?)(L?) http://www.botanical.com/botanical/mgmh/comindxf.html

"F" Common Name Index
Fennel | Fennel, Dog | Fennel, Florence | Fennel Flower | Fennel, Hog's | Fennel (Water) | Fenugreek | Ferns | Fever Bush | Feverfew Feverfew (Corn) | Fig, Common | Figwort, Knotted | Figwort, Water | Fireweed | Firs | Fleur De Luce | Fluellin | Fool's Parsley | Five-Leaf Grass Flag (Blue) | Flag (Yellow) | Flax | Flax, Mountain | Flax, Perennial | Fleabane, Canadian | Fleabane, Common | Fleabane, Great | Forget-Me-Not | Frankincense | Fringe Tree | Fritillary, Common | Frostwort | Fuchsia | Fumitory | Fungi


(E?)(L?) http://www.botanical.com/botanical/mgmh/comindxg.html

"G" Common Name Index
Galangal | Galbanum | Gale, Sweet | Galls | Gamboge | Garlic | Gelsemium | Gentians | Germander, Sage-Leaved | Germander, Wall Germander, Water | Ginger | Ginger, Wild | Gipsyweed, Common | Gladwyn, Stinking | Glassworts | Gleditschia | Globe Flower | Gnaphaliums | Goa Goat's Beard | Goat's Rue | Gold Thread | Golden Rod | Golden Seal | Good King Henry | Goosefoots | Gorse, Golden | Goutweed | Grape, Mountain Grasses | Gravelroot | Greenwood (Dyers') | Grindelia | Ground Ivy | Ground Pine (American) | Ground Pine (European) | Groundsel, Common | Guaiacum | Guarana


(E?)(L?) http://www.botanical.com/botanical/mgmh/comindxh.html

"H" Common Name Index
Hair Cap Moss | Hardhack | Hart's Tongue | Hawkbit, Autumnal | Hawkbit, Rough | Hawkweed, Wall | Hawkweed, Wood | Hawkweed, Mouse-Ear | Hawthorn | Heartsease | Hedge-Hyssop | Hedge Mustard | Heliotrope Hellebore, Black | Hellebore, False | Hellebore, Green | Hellebore, White | Hemlock | Hemlock, Water | Hemp, Enc. Britannica, 1856 | Hemp, Agrimony | Hemp, Canadian | Hemp, Indian | Henbane | Henna | Hepatica Herb Paris | Hog's Fennel | Holly | Holly, Sea | Hollyhock | Honeysuckles | Hops | Horehound, White | Horehound, Black | Horse Chestnut | Horsemint | Horsenettle | Horseradish Horsetails | Hound's Tongue | Houseleek | Hyacinth, Grape | Hyacinth, Wild | Hydnocarpus | Hydrocotyle | Hyssop | Hyssop, Hedge | Hysteronica


(E?)(L?) http://www.botanical.com/botanical/mgmh/comindxi.html

"I" Common Name Index
Iceland Moss | Ignatius Beans | Indian Hemp | Indian Physic | Indigo | Indigo (Wild) Ipecacuanha | Irises | Iris Pseudacorus | Iris Tenax | Iris Versicolor | Irish Moss Ispaghul | Ivy, American | Ivy, Common | Ivy, Ground | Ivy, Poison


(E?)(L?) http://www.botanical.com/botanical/mgmh/comindxj.html

"J" Common Name Index
Jaborandi | Jacob's Ladder | Jalap | Jamaica Dogwood | Jambul | Jasmines Jequirity | Jewelwood | John's Bread | Jujube Berries | Juniper Berries


(E?)(L?) http://www.botanical.com/botanical/mgmh/comindxk.html

"K" Common Name Index
Kamala | Kava Kava | Kidneywort | Kinos | Knapweed, Black | Knapweed, Greater Knapwort Harshweed | Knotgrass | Knotgrass, Russian | Kola Nuts | Kousso


(E?)(L?) http://www.botanical.com/botanical/mgmh/comindxl.html

"L" Common Name Index
Labrador Tea | Laburnum | Lachnenthes | Ladies's Bedstraw | Lady's Mantle | Lady's Slipper | Lady's Trusses | Larch | Larkspur, Field | Laurel (Bay) | Laurel, Cherry | Laurel, Mountain | Lavenders | Lavender, Sea, American | Lemon | Lettuce, Wild | Life Everlasting (Pearl-Flowered) | Life Root | Lilacs (White and Mauve) | Lilies | Lily, Crown Imperial | Lilly-of-the-Valley | Lily, Modonna | Lily, Tiger | Lily, White Pond Lime Fruit | Lime Tree | Linseed | Lippia | Lippia Citriodora | Liquorice | Liquorice, Indian | Liquorice, Wild | Litmus | Liverwort, American | Liverwort, English | Lobelia | Logwood Loosestrife, Purple | Loosestrife, Yellow | Lovage | Lovage, Bastard | Lovage, Black | Lovage, Scotch | Lovage, Water | Love Lies Bleeding | Lucerne | Lungwort


(E?)(L?) http://www.botanical.com/botanical/mgmh/comindxm.html

"M" Common Name Index
Mace | Madder | Maidenhair | Malabar Nut | Male Fern | Mallows | Manaca | Mandioca | Mandrake | Mandrake, American | Manna | Manzanillo | Maples | Mare's Tail | Marigold | Marigold, Bur Marigold, Marsh | Marjoram, Sweet | Marjoram, Wild | Marijuana (Hemp, Indian) | Masterwort | Mastic | Matico | Matte Tea | Mayweed | Mayweed, Scentless | Meadowsweet | Melilot | Melons | Mercury, Dog's | Mercury, Annual | Mescal Buttons | Mezereon Milfoil | Milfoil, Water | Milkweed | Mimosas | Mints | Mistletoe | Momordica | Moneywort | Monsonia | Morning Glory | Moschatel, Common | Mosquito Plant | Moss, American Club | Moss, Common Club | Moss, Cup | Moss, Hair Cap Moss, Iceland | Moss, Irish | Moss, Sphagnum | Motherwort | Mountain Ash | Mountain Flax | Mountain Grape | Mountain Laurel | Mouse-Ear | Mugwort | Mulberry, Common | Mullein, Great | Musk Seed | Mustards | Myrrh


(E?)(L?) http://www.botanical.com/botanical/mgmh/comindxn.html

"N" Common Name Index
Narcissus | Nasturtium | Nettles | Nightshade, Black Nightshade, Deadly | Nightshade, Woody | Nutmeg | Nux Vomica


(E?)(L?) http://www.botanical.com/botanical/mgmh/comindxo.html

"O" Common Name Index
Oak, Common | Oak, Polpody of | Oats | Oleander | Olibanum | Olive Onion | Onion, Potato | Onion, Tree | Opoponax | Orange, Bitter | Orange, Sweet Orchids | Osier, Red American | Osier, Green | Ox-eye Daisy | Ox-tongue


(E?)(L?) http://www.botanical.com/botanical/mgmh/comindxp.html

"P" Common Name Index
Paeony | Papaw | Papaw Seeds | Paradise Gains | Paraguay Tea | Pareira | Parilla, Yellow | Paris, Herb | Parsley | Parsley, Fool's | Parsley Piert | Parsnip | Parsnip, Water | Passion Flower | Patchouli | Papyrus | Peach | Pelargoniums | Pellitory | Pellitory, Dalmatian Pellitory, Persian | Pellitory-of-the-Wall | Pennyroyal | Pepper | Pepper, Hungarian | Peppermint | Periwinkles | Peruvian Balsam | Peruvian Bark | Pheasant's Eye | Pichi | Pilewort | Pimpernel, Scaralet | Pine | Pine (Larch) | Pine, White | Pine, (Ground) | Pine, American Ground | Pink Root | Pinus Bark. Hemlock Spruce Pipsissewa | | Plantain, Common | Plantain, Buck's Horn | Plantain, Hoary | Plantain, Ispaghul | Plantain, Psylllium | Plantain, Ribwort | Plantain, Sea | Plantain, Water | Plantain, Fruit | Pleurisy Root | Ploughman's Spikenard | Plumbago | Poison Ivy | Poison Oak | Poke Root | Polypody Root | Polyporus of Larch | Pomegranate Poplar, trembling | Poppy, Plume | Poppy, Red | Poppy, White | Potato | Potato, Prairie | Potato, Wild | Prickly Ash | Primulas | Prunes | Psyllium Seeds | Pulsatilla | Purslane, Green | Purslane, Golden | Pyrolas


(E?)(L?) http://www.botanical.com/botanical/mgmh/comindxq.html

"Q" Common Name Index
Quassia | Quebracho | Queen's Delight | Quince Quince, Japaese | Quinoa | Quinsy-Wort


(E?)(L?) http://www.botanical.com/botanical/mgmh/comindxr.html

"R" Common Name Index
Radish | Ragwort | Rampion | Rape Seed | Raspberry | Rattle, Dwarf Red Rattle, Yellow | Red Clover | Red Root | Red Sage | Rest-Harrow | Rhubarbs | Rice | Rocket, Garden | Rue | Rue, Goat's | Rushes | Rupturewort


(E?)(L?) http://www.botanical.com/botanical/mgmh/comindxs.html

"S" Common Name Index
Sabadilla | Safflower | Saffron | Saffron, Meadow | Sages | St. John's Wort | Salep | Salsafy | Salvias | Samphire | Samphire, Golden | Sandalwood | Sandspurry, Common | Sanicle, Wood | Sarsaparilla, American | Sarsaparilla, Caracao | Sarsaparilla, Jamaica | Sarsaparilla, Indian | Sarsaparilla, Wild | Sassy Bark | Saunders, Red | Savine | Savory, Summer | Savory, Winter | | Scabious, Field | Scabious, Lesser | Scabious, Devils's Bit | Scammony | Scopolia | Scullcaps | Scurvy Grass | Sea Fennel | Sea Lavender | Seaweed | Sedge, Sweet | Self-Heal | Senega | Senna | Senna, Bladder | Sensitive Plant | Shallot | Sheep's Sorrel | Shepherd's Purse | Siegesbeckia | Silverweed | Simaruba | Skirret | Skunk-Cabbage Slippery Elm | Smartweed | Smilax, China | Snakeroot | Snakeroot, Button | Snapdragon | Snowdrop | Soap Tree | Soapwort | Soapwort Root, Egyptian | Solamon's Seal | Sorrel, Common | Sorrel, French | Sorrel, Mountain | Sorrel, Sheep's | Sorrel, Wood | Southernwood | Southernwood, Field | Sow-Thistles | Spaghnum | Spearmint | Spearwort, Lesser | Speedwell, Common | Speedwell, Germander | Spikenard, American | Spikenard, Californian Spikenard, Ploughman's | Spinach | Spinach, New Zealand | Spindle Tree | Spergularia | Spurges | Squaw Vine | Squill | Star Anise | Star of Bethlehem | Stavasacre | Stonecrops | Stone Root | Storax | Stramonium | Strawberry | Strophanthus | Sumachs | Sumbul | Sundew | Sunflower | Swamp Milkweed


(E?)(L?) http://www.botanical.com/botanical/mgmh/comindxt.html

"T" Common Name Index
Tag Alder | Tallow Tree | Tamarac | Tamarinds | Tansy | Tapioca | Tarragon | Tea Teazles | Thapsia | Thistles | Thornapple | Thuja | Thyme, Basil | Thyme, Cat | Thyme, Garden Thyme, Wild | Tiger Lily | Toadflax | Toadflax, Ivy-Leaved | Tobacco | Tolu Balsam | Tonka Beans | Tonquin Bean Tormentil | Tragacanth | Traverllers' Joy | Tree of Heaven | Turkey Corn | Turmeric | Turpeth


(E?)(L?) http://www.botanical.com/botanical/mgmh/comindxu.html

"U" Common Name Index
Unicorn Root, False | Unicorn Root, True | Uva Ursi


(E?)(L?) http://www.botanical.com/botanical/mgmh/comindxv.html

"V" Common Name Index
Valerian | Valerian, American | Valerian, Indian | Valerian, Red-Spur | Verbena, Lemon Vernal Grass, Sweet | Veronicas | Vervain | Vine | Violet, Dog Violet, Hairy | Violet, Sweet | Violet, Water | Virginia Creeper


(E?)(L?) http://www.botanical.com/botanical/mgmh/comindxw.html

"W" Common Name Index
Wafer Ash | Wahoo | Wake Robin, American | Wallflower | Wall Rue | Walnut | Walnut, White | Water Betony | Watercress | Water Dock Water Dropwort | Water Fennel | Water Soldier | White Pond Lily | Wild Carrot | Wild Cherry | Wild Ginger | Wild Indigo | Wild Yam | Wild Mint Willow, Black American | Willow, White | Willow-Herbs | Wintergreen | Winter's Bark | Winter's Bark, False | Witch Hazel | Woad | Wood Anemone | Wood Betony Woodruff, Sweet | Wood Sage | Wood Sanicle | Wood Sorrel | Wormseed, American | Wormwoods | Woundwort, Hedge | Woundwort, Marsh


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"Y" Common Name Index
Yam, Wild | Yarrow | Yellow Dock | Yellow Flag Yellow Parillia | Yerba Reuma | Yerba Santa | Yew


(E?)(L?) http://www.botanical.com/botanical/mgmh/comindxz.html

"Z" Common Name Index
Zeodary


Erstellt: 2010-12

Botanical Terms

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Die Originalseite ist leider nicht mehr vorhanden; aber am 25.12 2016 war die "Archivseite" noch erreichbar.



Erstellt: 2016-12

botanicalkeys
A glossary of botanical terms

(E?)(L?) http://www.botanicalkeys.co.uk/flora/content/glossary.asp

Glossary:

| Abaxial | Achene | | Actinomorphic | Adaxial | Annual | Aril | Axil | Bare ground | Berry | Biennial | Blade | Bog | Brackish water | Bracteole | Capsule | Carpel | Caryopsis | Catkin | Coastal mud flats | Compound flower | Cone | Coniferous woodland | Cultivated land | Deciduous woodland | Ditches | Divided leaf | Downs | Drupe | Drupelet | Dunes & dune slacks | Entire | Epiphytic | False-fruit | Fens | Flora | Follicle | Grassland | Heath | Hedgerows | Inflorescence | Internode | Lakes | Leaflet | Lobe | Marsh | Meadow | Moor | Mountain rocks | Mountain streams | Mountains | Nut | Nutlet | Perennial | Petiole | Pinnate | Pod | Ponds & pond edges | Raceme | Reflexed | Revolute | Rhachis | Rhizome | River banks | Rivers | Roadsides | Rocks | Rosette | Salt water | Saltmarsh | Schizocarp | Scorpioid | Scrub | Sea cliffs | Seashore | Short turf | Silicula | Siliqua | Simple leaf | Sorus | Spikelet | Spur | Still water | Stipule | Stolon | Succulent | Tooth | Trifoliate | Umbel | Utricle | Walls | Wasteland | Zygomorphic


Erstellt: 2010-12

Botanische Gärten in Großbritannien

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UK, WA, Ness


Die botanischen Gärten von Ness

Prolog

Diese eindrucksvollen botanischen Gärten beherbergen ein vielfältiges Spektrum an seltenen und ungewöhnlichen Pflanzen aus fünf Erdteilen. Im Schutz der nordwalisischen Berge profitieren sie von einem Klima, das trockener und nicht so rau ist wie in weiten Teilen der Region.

Arthur Kilpin Bulleys Liebe zu Pflanzen war der Ausgangspunkt, der zur Entwicklung dieser ausgedehnten Gartenanlage führte. Der Baumwollfabrikant aus Liverpool interessierte sich dafür, welche exotischen Pflanzen aus Asien in der Lage wären, in Großbritannien zu überleben. Nach Bulleys Tod (1942) übergab seine Tochter die Gärten 1948 der University of Liverpool.

Der Stil der heutigen Anlage ist fließender und natürlicher als Bulleys ursprüngliches, eher zusammengewürfeltes Design. Bis heute haben die Gärten aber ihre große botanische Vielfalt und Internationalität behalten und sind mit ihren verschiedenen Rhododendrenarten und Kamelien, mit Lavendelheide und Enzian zu allen Jahreszeiten beeindruckend.


(E?)(L?) http://whc.unesco.org/en/list/1084
Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew

Erstellt: 2010-11

botany
Botanical terms
List of All Plants by Scientific Botanical Name

(E?)(L?) http://www.botany.com/


(E?)(L?) http://www.botany.com/index1.html

Welcome to Botany.com's listing of plants by scientific botanical name. Here you will find information on woody and herbaceous plants, both deciduous and evergreen, from tiny species you can grow on your window sill to giant conifers you can only find out in the forest. Learn about everything from "abelia" and "abies" to "zinniae" and "zizyphuse". If you don't know the scientific name of the plant you are looking for, you can browse by common name using the categories on the left side of this page.

The plants are listed in alphabetical order for easy access. For example, Orchid would be listed under or. Once you have found the plant, click on the name for a detailed description and information on potting, propagation, growing tips, and varieties.


(E?)(L?) http://www.botany.com/index.16.htm

Welcome to Botany.com's botanical dictionary of plants and flowers. A botanical dictionary is also commonly referred to as a plant dictionary or flower dictionary. Use this outdoor and indoor plant resource to look up words used to describe plants, flower parts, types of foliage, plant living processes and growing habits, as well as leaf shapes, and much more.


Erstellt: 2010-12

BSBI (W3)

"BSBI" steht für "Botanical Society of the British Isles".

(E?)(L?) http://www.bsbi.org.uk/

Go straight there... Projects Hosted web pages


Erstellt: 2010-12

C

canterburyana (W3)

Die Bezeichnung bot. "canterburyana" bezieht sich auf "Sir John Henry Thomas Manners-Sutton". Er war im 19. Jh. Gouverneur von Victoria und wurde später "3rd Viscount Canterbury" genannt.

(E3)(L1) http://www.davesgarden.com/guides/botanary/vbl/c/


(E?)(L?) http://davesgarden.com/guides/botanary/go/11403/


Erstellt: 2013-05

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family (W3)

Die botanische / zoologische Bzeichnung engl. "family", lat. "familia" entspricht dt. "Familie". Als "Familie" werden näher verwandte Gattungen zusammengefasst.

In der Zoologie werden Familien durch die Endung "-idae" gekennzeichnet.

In der Botanik werden Familien durch die Endung "-aceae" gekennzeichnet.

Die Bezeichnung geht direkt zurück auf lat. "familia" = dt. "Gesamtheit der Dienerschaft", "Gesinde", "Hausstand", "Hausgenossenschaft von Freien und Sklaven", "Familie", zu lat. "famulus" = dt. "Diener".

Lat. "familia" wurde im 16. Jh. als dt. "Familie" entlehnt. Die Bildungen dt. "familiär" = dt. "eng verbunden", "vertraut" wurde im im 17. Jh. mit französierender Endung (frz. "familier") aus älterem dt. "familiar" entwickelt, das seinerseits auf lat. "familiaris" = dt. "zur Familie gehörig", "vertraut", zurückgeht.

Heute versteht man unter dt. "Familie", engl. "family" die "Gemeinschaft der Eltern oder eines Elternteiles und mindestens eines Kindes". Im weiteren Sinn auch die "Gruppe der Blutsverwandten", "Sippe".

In der Botanik bzw. Zoologie steht dt. "Art", als systematische Grundeinheit der systematischen Gliederung. Als "Art" wird eine "geschlossene Fortpflanzungsgemeinschaft sich miteinander fruchtbar fortpflanzender Individuen definiert".

Die übergeordnete systematische Einheit ist die "Gattung", in der mehrere Arten zusammengefasst werden.

Die nächsthöhere systematische Einheit ist die "Familie", in der mehrere Gattungen zusammengefasst werden.

Mehrere Familien werden zur "Ordnung" zusammengefasst.

Mehrere Ordnungen bilden eine "Klasse".

Mehrere Klassen bilden eine "Abteilung" (Botanik) bzw. "Stamm" (Zoologie).

(E?)(L?) http://eol.org/info/taxonomy_phylogenetics?language=en

Taxonomy

Identifying, naming and classifying species

Taxonomy is the field of biology dealing with identifying, naming, and classifying species. Every species has a unique two-part name situating it within a "genus", and is further assigned to a series of higher-order taxonomic rankings.

The basic taxonomic hierarchy or classification is generally agreed to consist of "Domain", "Kingdom", "Phylum", "Class", "Order", "Family", "Genus", and "Species".
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List of Families



(E1)(L1) http://books.google.com/ngrams/graph?corpus=0&content=family
Abfrage im Google-Corpus mit 15Mio. eingescannter Bücher von 1500 bis heute.

Engl. "family" taucht in der Literatur um das Jahr 1510 auf.

(E?)(L?) http://corpora.informatik.uni-leipzig.de/


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This experiment brings together the power of Google Translate and the collective knowledge of Wikipedia to put into context the relationship between language and geographical space.


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genus (W3)

Die botanische / zoologische Bzeichnung engl. "genus" (Plural: "genera") entspricht dt. "Gattung".

Die Bezeichnung geht direkt zurück auf lat. "genus", griech. "génos", mit den vielen Bedeutungen dt. "Geburt", "Abstammung", "Geschlecht", "Gesamtheit der Nachkommenschaft", "Stamm", "Volk", "Nation", "Familie", "Haus", "Art", "Gattung", "Rasse", "Schlag", "Sippe", "Art", "Fach", "Gattungsbegriff".

Sozusagen zum Genus von "Genus" gehören auch Worte wie dt. "Genius", "Genitale", "Genitiv", "Ingenieur", "Natur", "Nation" zu lat. "gignere" = dt. "erzeugen", "hervorbringen" und über griech. "gígnesthai" = dt. "geboren werden", "werden", "entstehen" auch griech. "génesis" = dt. "Geburt", "Ursprung", lat. "genesis", dt. "Genesis", dt. "Genese" = dt. "Entstehung", "Entwicklung", dt. "Genetik" = dt. "Vererbungslehre", dt. "Genetiker", "genetisch", frz. "genre", dt. "Genre" = dt. "Gattung", "Art", lat. "generalis" = dt. "zum Geschlecht gehörig", "zur Gattung gehörig", dt. "General", "generalisieren", "generell", lat. "generatio" = dt. "Erzeugung", dt. "Generation", "generator" = dt. "Erzeuger", dt. "Generator", lat. "degenerare" = dt. "aus der Art schlagen", "degenerieren", lat. "regenerare" = dt. "von Neuem hervorbringen", "regenerieren". Eine wissenschaftliche Prägung des dänischen Botanikers W. Johannsen (1857-1927) zu griech. "génos" = dt. "Geschlecht", "Abstammung", "Gattung", "Art" ist dt. "Gen" = dt. "Träger einer Erbanlage".

Als Wurzel wird ide. "*gen-" = dt. "gebären", "erzeugen" postuliert.

(E?)(L?) http://eol.org/info/taxonomy_phylogenetics?language=en

Taxonomy

Identifying, naming and classifying species

Taxonomy is the field of biology dealing with identifying, naming, and classifying species. Every species has a unique two-part name situating it within a "genus", and is further assigned to a series of higher-order taxonomic rankings.

The basic taxonomic hierarchy or classification is generally agreed to consist of "Domain", "Kingdom", "Phylum", "Class", "Order", "Family", "Genus", and "Species".
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(E?)(L?) http://web.archive.org/web/20040414125356/http://hortiplex.gardenweb.com/plants/list_all_genera.html
Die Originalseite ist leider nicht mehr vorhanden; aber am 25.12 2016 war die "Archivseite" noch erreichbar.

List of Genera



(E1)(L1) http://books.google.com/ngrams/graph?corpus=0&content=genus
Abfrage im Google-Corpus mit 15Mio. eingescannter Bücher von 1500 bis heute.

Engl. "genus" taucht in der Literatur um das Jahr 1570 auf.

(E?)(L?) http://corpora.informatik.uni-leipzig.de/


(E?)(L?) http://www.wordmap.co/#genus

This experiment brings together the power of Google Translate and the collective knowledge of Wikipedia to put into context the relationship between language and geographical space.


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Die Rosenklasse "Lambertiana" wurde nach dem Rosenzüchter "Peter Lambert" benannt.

In der Botanik findet man aber auch die Bezeichnung bot. "lambertiana", die zu Ehren des englischen Botanikers "Aylmer Bourke Lambert" gewählt wurde. Insbesondere schrieb er ein Standardwerk über Pinien (Kiefer), was den britischen Botaniker David Douglas dazu veranlasste, die Bezeichnung "Pinus lambertiana" zu vergeben.

Es gibt auch eine "Cupressus lambertiana".

"Adelocaryum lambertianum" - "Paracaryum lambertianum", "Mattiastrum lambertianum", "Paracaryopsis lambertiana" - "Boraginaceae" - "Lambert's Borage"

(E?)(L?) http://www.agraria.org/coltivazioniforestali.htm

Pinus lambertiana


(E2)(L1) http://www.calflora.net/botanicalnames/pageLA-LE.html

"lambertiana": named after "Aylmer Bourke Lambert" (1761-1842), the English botanist and conifer expert. Lambert studied at Oxford and because of family wealth was able to procure and assemble both a library of botanical source materials and an important herbarium of plant specimens from around the world. In 1797 he published "A Description of the Genus Cinchona" (Cinchona, or quinine, the plant which was used to fight malaria), which was presented to the Linnaean Society. He became the patron of Frederick Traugott Pursh who while in America was unable to produce the flora of North America he wanted to, but who finally published the Flora Amaerica septentrionalis in England in 1814.

The following is quoted from James Reveal's website entitled "A Nomenclatural Morass": "There is a tale, probably apocryphal, that to get the flora finished, Lambert locked Pursh in his attic room, providing him only with books, specimens, paper, ink, food and beer."

Pursh named the purple locoweed he found in Kansas, "Oxytropis lambertii", in honor of his friend. In 1803, Lambert assigned the name of Pinus taxifolia to specimens of the douglas fir (Pseudotsuga menziesii) first collected by Archibald Menzies in 1792 as part of the Vancouver expedition, a name which had to be dropped because it had already been used on another conifer. Menzies also acquired samples of the coast redwood (whether he actually collected them himself is uncertain) and these samples formed the basis of Lambert's description of this species, a species to which in 1824 he assigned the name "Taxodium sempervirens". This name lasted for 23 years until it also was dropped in favor of "Sequoia sempervirens" (from "The Ecology of Sequoia sempervirens" by James A. Snyder). Lambert published "A Description of the Genus Pinus" in 1828-1829. He died in 1842, and his library and herbarium was sold to raise money. Most of his materials were acquired by the British Museum and are now at the Natural History Museum in London. The Lewis and Clark specimens taken to England in 1811 by Frederick Pursh were however returned to the United States and presented to the Academy of Natural Science in Philadelphia. The pine which bears his name was first collected in 1826 by the Scottish botanist David Douglas who managed while in Oregon to shoot down three cones, collect some twigs and take measurements, later naming it "Pinus lambertiana" in honor of the author of the classic work on pines (ref. "Pinus lambertiana")


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Lambertiana | P. suffruticosa 'Lambertiana'


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Pinus lambertiana


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"Salix Lambertiana" Smith, "Lambertische Weide"


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"PILA": Pinus lambertiana Douglas sugar pine 24/0




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"Pinus lambertiana" (commonly known as the "sugar pine" or "sugar cone pine") is the tallest and most massive pine tree, and has the longest cones of any conifer. The species name "lambertiana" was given by the British botanist David Douglas, who named the tree in honour of the English botanist, "Aylmer Bourke Lambert". It is native tree to the mountains of the Pacific coast of North America, from Oregon through California to Baja California.
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Aylmer Bourke Lambert (2 February 1761 – 10 January 1842) was a British botanist, one of the first fellows of the Linnean Society.
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Honours and memorials

Lambert is honoured in the botanical name of the Sugar Pine Pinus lambertiana, and the name of the genus Lambertia. The standard botanical author abbreviation Lamb. is applied to species he described.
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"Sugar Pine" ("Pinus lambertiana") Sugar Pine


(E?)(L?) http://www.wood-database.com/wood-identification/by-scientific-name/

Pinus lambertiana


(E1)(L1) http://books.google.com/ngrams/graph?corpus=0&content=lambertiana
Abfrage im Google-Corpus mit 15Mio. eingescannter Bücher von 1500 bis heute.

Engl. "lambertiana" taucht in der Literatur um das Jahr 1830 auf.

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Engl. "pitcher" hat im Englischen zwei Bedeutungen. Einmal ist es ein "Behälter für Flüssigkeiten", zum andern ist es im Baseball derjenige, der den Ball dem sogenannten engl. "batter" zuwirft.

In der Botanik findet man die Bezeichnung engl. "pitcher", noch zur Bezeichnung von Pflanzenteilen, die einem Krug ähneln, etwa die Blätter bei fleischfressenden Pflanzen, engl. "pitcher plant", dt. "Kannenpflanze". Umgangssprachlich findet man amerik. "pitcher" auch mit sexueller Konnotation.

Engl. "pitcher" = dt. "Krug" wird zurück geführt auf mengl. "picher", altfrz. "bichier", "pechier", "pichier", althdt. "pehhar", "pehhari", vulg.-lat. "piccarium", mlat. "bicarium", "picarium", griech. "bikos" = engl. "jug", "cup", "beaker" = dt. "Krug", "Kanne", "Schale", "Becher" und evtl. weiter auf ägypt. "bik" = dt. "Ölkännchen".

Allerdings:

Die Bezeichnung bot. "pitcheri" soll auf den US-amerikanischen Sanitätsoffizier und Botaniker "Dr. Zina Pitcher", zurück gehen.

(E?)(L?) http://www.backyardgardener.com/plantname/Bcommon.html




(E3)(L1) http://davesgarden.com/guides/botanary/go/14006/

Botanary: "pitcheri"

Meaning: Named for "Dr. Zina Pitcher", 19th century U.S. Army surgeon and botanist


(E?)(L?) http://www.helpmefind.com/clematis/plants.php?tab=2

Clematis, Klematis:




(E?)(L?) http://www.helpmefind.com/clematis/l.php?l=2.50442.2

'pitcheri' clematis Description


(E?)(L?) http://www.pfaf.org/user/Plant.aspx?LatinName=Amphicarpaea+pitcheri

Amphicarpaea pitcheri Hog Peanut Fabaceae or Leguminosae A. bracteata comosa. (L.)Fern. Falcata pitcheri. (Torr.&Gray.)Kuntze. 5 0


(E6)(L?) http://botany.csdl.tamu.edu/FLORA/gallery.htm


(E?)(L?) http://calphotos.berkeley.edu/cgi/img_query?query_src=photos_index&where-lifeform=any&rel-taxon=equals&where-taxon=Cirsium+pitcheri

Cirsium pitcheri image page from CalPhotos


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Iris pitcheri


(E?)(L?) http://www.plants.usda.gov/java/imageGallery?txtparm=&category=sciname&familycategory=all&duration=all&growthhabit=all&nativestatus=all&wetland=all&artist=all©right=all&imagetype=all&cite=all&location=all&viewsort=text&sort=sciname&submit2.x=42&submit2.y=11




(E?)(L?) http://www.plants.usda.gov/core/profile?symbol=CIPI

Cirsium pitcheri (Torr. ex Eaton) Torr. & A. Gray, sand dune thistle


(E1)(L1) http://books.google.com/ngrams/graph?corpus=0&content=pitcheri
Abfrage im Google-Corpus mit 15Mio. eingescannter Bücher von 1500 bis heute.

Engl. "pitcheri" taucht in der Literatur um das Jahr 1830 auf.

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Etymologie, Etimología, Étymologie, Etimologia, Etymology
UK Vereinigtes Königreich Großbritannien und Nordirland, Reino Unido de Gran Bretaña e Irlanda del Norte, Royaume-Uni de Grande-Bretagne et d'Irlande du Nord, Regno Unito di Gran Bretagna e Irlanda del Nord, United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland
Botanik, Botánica, Botanique, Botanica, Botany

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Taschenwörterbuch der Botanik
Deutsch-Englisch / English-German

(E?)(L1) http://www.amazon.ca/exec/obidos/ASIN/3131399015/etymologporta-20


(E?)(L1) http://www.amazon.de/exec/obidos/ASIN/3131399015/etymologety0f-21


(E?)(L1) http://www.amazon.fr/exec/obidos/ASIN/3131399015/etymologetymo-21


(E?)(L1) http://www.amazon.co.uk/exec/obidos/ASIN/3131399015/etymologety0d-21


(E?)(L1) http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/ASIN/3131399015/etymologpor09-20
Broschiert: 156 Seiten
Verlag: Thieme, Stuttgart (1994)
Sprache: Englisch


Kurzbeschreibung
Dieses Taschenwörterbuch hilft Studenten der Biowissenschaften und angrenzender Fachgebiete beim Übersetzen und Abfassen englischsprachiger Veröffentlichungen: Rund 10.000 Begriffe aus Anatomie und Morphologie, Pflanzengeographie, Ökologie, Physiologie, Zytologie, Histologie, Mikroskopie, Forstkunde, Gartenbau, Landwirtschaft, Bodenkunde und Klimatologie bieten dafür eine solide Grundlage.


Curtis, William (Autor)
The Botanical Magazine, Vol. 1
Or, Flower-Garden Displayed

(E?)(L1) http://www.amazon.ca/exec/obidos/ASIN/B003XW01J2/etymologporta-20


(E?)(L1) http://www.amazon.de/exec/obidos/ASIN/B003XW01J2/etymologety0f-21


(E?)(L1) http://www.amazon.fr/exec/obidos/ASIN/B003XW01J2/etymologetymo-21


(E?)(L1) http://www.amazon.it/exec/obidos/ASIN/B003XW01J2/etymologporta-21


(E?)(L1) http://www.amazon.co.uk/exec/obidos/ASIN/B003XW01J2/etymologety0d-21


(E?)(L1) http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/ASIN/B003XW01J2/etymologpor09-20
Taschenbuch: 44 Seiten
Verlag: Qontro Classic Books (12. Juli 2010)
Sprache: Englisch


Kurzbeschreibung
The Botanical Magazine, Vol. 1 - Or, Flower-Garden Displayed is presented here in a high quality paperback edition. This popular classic work by William Curtis is in the English language. If you enjoy the works of William Curtis then we highly recommend this publication for your book collection.


(E?)(L?) http://www.gutenberg.org/ebooks/17198

The Botanical Magazine, Vol. 1
Or, Flower-Garden Displayed

Inhalt
(E?)(L?) http://www.kewbooks.com/asps/ShowDetails.asp?id=881

Curtis's Botanical Magazine - Parasitic Plants - Volume 26 Part 4 - February 2010

Author(s) Martyn Rix (ed.)
Publisher Wiley-Blackwell, 2010
Description
Published within the Botanical Magazine series, this excellent issue is devoted to cultivated ornamental parasitic plants, and has been over 7 years in the preparation. With descriptions and illustrations of species as diverse as Orobanche, Nuytsia, Lathraea and Cytinus, the study gives an insight into the classification, biology and distribution of these fascinating plants, with particular reference to their present use and future possibilities in horticulture. With 7 flower paintings (3 by Christabel King) and a wealth of colour photographs and line drawings.

Now available as an individual part.


(E?)(L?) http://www.nal.usda.gov/curtis/

From 1787-1800 (Volumes 1-14), William Curtis published The Botanical Magazine.
From 1801-1807 (Volumes 15-26), John Sims published Curtis's Botanical Magazine
The Principal artist for both publishers was Sydenham S. Edwards

William Curtis (1746-1799) was a trained pharmacist living in London, whose greater interest was the study of flora and insects. He maintained a large garden where he grew beautiful exotic plants, and began publishing the Curtis Botanical Magazine in 1787. This digital presentation represents one thousand fifty records, one thousand forty-eight plates, (two of the original plates are missing, plates 797 & 860), and there are one thousand four hundred fifty-six related pages of text from the first 26 volumes.

A collection of the first 164 volumes is housed at the National Agricultural Library in Beltsville, Maryland.

Although it has gone through many iterations, Curtis' magazine is still being published today.

Text and images in this presentation are not copyrighted, and may be used with attribution to the National Agricultural Library, ARS, USDA.


(E?)(L?) http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Curtis's_Botanical_Magazine

The Botanical Magazine; or Flower-Garden Displayed, is an illustrated publication which began in 1787. The longest running botanical magazine, it is widely referred to by the subsequent name Curtis's Botanical Magazine.

Each of the issues contains a description, in formal yet accessible language, and is renowned for featuring the work of two centuries of botanical illustrators. Many plants received their first publication on the pages, and the description given was enhanced by the keenly detailed illustrations.
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Merian's Antique Botanical Prints

(E?)(L1) http://www.amazon.ca/exec/obidos/ASIN/0486996646/etymologporta-20


(E?)(L1) http://www.amazon.de/exec/obidos/ASIN/0486996646/etymologety0f-21


(E?)(L1) http://www.amazon.fr/exec/obidos/ASIN/0486996646/etymologetymo-21


(E?)(L1) http://www.amazon.co.uk/exec/obidos/ASIN/0486996646/etymologety0d-21


(E?)(L1) http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/ASIN/0486996646/etymologpor09-20
Taschenbuch: 48 Seiten
Verlag: Dover Publications; Auflage: Pap/Cdr (27. Mai 2005)
Sprache: Englisch


Synopsis
Beautiful engravings of roses, lilies, carnations and other flowers, along with butterflies, caterpillars and other insect life. Maria Sibylla Merian's dazzling illustrations will be of interest to craftspeople, art students and natural historians. Electronic Clip Art series: easy-to-use electronic permission-free illustrations and designs for art, craft, business and educational use. Hundreds of designs scanned at 600 dpi and saved in the most popular formats for Mac[registered] and Windows[registered]. Each set contains CD-ROM, and book with every image on the CD printed large for easy reference or direct use.


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The Golden Age of Botanical Art

(E?)(L?) http://www.kewbooks.com/asps/ShowDetails.asp?id=1006

Publisher Andre Deutsch, 2012
Description KEW PRICE - £18.00 (RRP £25)

Highlighting the classical work of the seventeenth to the nineteenth century, and beautifully illustrated with over 250 rare, or previously unpublished, images from art collection of the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew, The Golden Age of Botanical Art brings together the stories of the brave and intrepid explorers and the many professional artists who recorded for posterity the flora that were discovered on their expeditions.

Truly global in its scope, this fascinating story of botanical art moves across centuries and continents looking at the artistry of China and India, delving into the sketchbooks of globetrotting men and women and following the voyages of those who discovered new worlds and species as far apart as Africa and South America, whether they were hardened scientists or intrepid Victorian ladies.

Including features on key figures - from Leonardo da Vinci to the artists of Empress Josephine Bonaparte - The Golden Age of Botanical Art shows that what might have been a gentle pastime for some in fact made a significant contribution to our understanding of the world and the glories of nature.

256pp. Profusely illustrated with fine colour paintings on every page. Hardback, in stout cloth binding.

ISBN: 9780233003641


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