New or noteworthy spermatophytes from Mexico. by Greenman, Jesse More

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LC ClassificationsQK1 .F4
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Pagination1 p.l., 247-287 p.
Number of Pages287
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LC Control Number08009041

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Title. New or noteworthy spermatophytes from Mexico, Central America and the West Indies, Related Titles. Series: Field Natural Museum of History, Chicago. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Greenman, J.M.

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Noteworthy spermatophytes from Mexico and Central America. Author(s): Lundell, C. Journal article: Phytologia Vol.1 No ppCited by: 2. Jesse More Greenman (Decem – Janu ) was an American specialized in tropical flora, with emphasis on plants from Mexico and Central America.

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NEW OR NOTEWORTHY SPECIES OF FLOWERING PLANTS FROM THE SIERRA MADRE DEL SUR OF GUERRERO AND MICHOACAN, MEXICO PAUL A. FRYXELL u.s. Department of Agriculture in cooperation with Texas A&M University College Station, TexasU.S.A.

AND STEPHEN D. KOCH Centro de Botanica, Colegio de Postgraduados Chapingo, Edo. de Mexico, Mexico ABSTRACTCited by: 8.

New Series – no. XXIV: Papers from the Hopkins-Stanford expedition to the Galapagos Islands). Proceedings of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences 38(4): 77– JSTOR BHL Reference page.

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New or noteworthy spermatophytes from Mexico, Central America, and the West Indies. Publications of the Field Columbian Museum. Botanical series 2: – BHL Reference page. Greenman, J.M. Diagnoses of new species and notes on other spermatophytes, chiefly from Mexico and Central America.

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