2 edition of ferns and fern-allies of Maryland and Delaware, including District of Columbia. found in the catalog.
ferns and fern-allies of Maryland and Delaware, including District of Columbia.
Clyde Franklin Reed
Bibliography: p. 275-278.
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Charles Morrow & Associates. - Buckhannon, West Virginia Charles Morrow & Associates. 1 Edmiston Way. Ferns and fern allies are remnants of an ancient flora that produced neither seeds nor flowers. Instead, they reproduce entirely by spore dispersal. In the spring, the curled-up new fronds emerge from the ground in the shape of fiddleheads.
A population of mottled sculpin, Cottus bairdi, in the central Delmarva Peninsula (Nanticoke drainage) is the only record of this species from the Atlantic Coastal Plain. The ferns and fern-allies of Maryland and Delaware including District of Columbia. Reed Herbarium, Baltimore, Maryland: vii Google Scholar — Orchidaceae of Cited by: 2. RANGE: Newf. to Alaska, southw. to N. C. and Calif., including the Atlantic Coastal Plain. Found also in Eurasia. The forma decumbens (Meyer) Luers. (see Fern Bul. 7: ), with the fertile stems bearing persistent green branches as on sterile stems, was found in .
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The ferns and fern-allies of Maryland and Delaware including District of Columbia. The following are not in print, but they are available sporadically through used book sellers, e.g., Amazon or Alibris.
Although not up-to-date taxonomically, these works have value to anyone with a serious interest in ferns. Clyde Reed, Ferns and Ferns Allies of Maryland-Delaware-District of Columbia, Reed Herbarium The Ferns and Fern-Allies of Maryland and Delaware Including District of Columbia Reed, Clyde F.
Published by Reed Herbarium, Baltimore, MD ()Book Edition: 1st Edition. Download PDF: Sorry, we are unable to provide the full text but you may find it at the following location(s): (external link) http Author: Clyde Franklin Reed.
GENERAL REFERENCES. Broun, M. — Index to North American Ferns, Constituting a Catalogue of Ferns and Fern Allies of North America north of Mexico, including all known forms, varieties, and hybrids.
Published by the Compiler, Orleans, Massachusetts. (A condensed list including synonyms, general distribution, and soil conditions, but no descriptions of the species.). Ferns and Fern-allies.
Rutgers University Press, New Yatabe, Y., H. Nishida & N. Murakami. Phylogeny of Brunswick. Osmundaceae inferred from rbcL nucleotide sequences Reed, C.
The Ferns and fern-allies of Maryland and Delaware and Fern Allies of Maryland and comparison to the fossil evidences. Res. and Delaware, Including the District of Columbia. Reed Reed, Clyde F. (), The Ferns and Fern-Allies of Maryland and Delaware Including District of Columbia, Baltimore, MD: Reed Herbarium, hdl/mdp Regional flora.
Some taxonomy questionable. American Fern Journal 71(4): 97– JSTOR BHL Reference page. Links. Hassler, M. & Schmitt, B. World Ferns. Checklist of the Ferns and Lycophytes of the World. Version – March Accessed 11 May Hassler, M. Lycopodiella appressa – World Ferns: Checklist of Ferns and Lycophytes of the World.
UBC Botanical Garden has a diverse collection of about different ferns and fern allies. These represent 26 separate genera in 13 families. More than 30 species in the collection are British Columbia natives.
Ferns and fern relatives are known as Pteridophytes. Unlike seed plants, ferns and their allies reproduce by spores. A spore is [ ]. References  Links . Hassler, M. Equisetum arvense subsp.
arvense – World Ferns: Checklist of Ferns and Lycophytes of the World, version Equisetum arvense. Data Source and References for Asplenium ruta-muraria var.
cryptolepis (wallrue) from the USDA PLANTS database. Data Source and References for Dryopteris ×uliginosa (woodfern) from the USDA PLANTS database The ferns and fern-allies of Maryland and Delaware including District of Columbia.
Reed Herbarium, Baltimore. DE: Literature: Reed, R. Wisconsin vascular plants. Unpublished. WI: Literature. Ferns of Maryland and Delaware (pp. ) The Ferns and Fern-Allies of Maryland and Delaware, including District of Columbia by Clyde F.
Reed Review by: Earl L. Core. A few ferns will even tolerate full sun, as long as they have adequate moisture. Learn more. On J Linda Eirhart will lead a fern workshop that covers the basics of fern botany and cultivation as well as an introduction to the best ferns for this area.
p.m p.m. Winterthur Museum and Gardens. To register, call Water Fern Family. Review "This detailed account of ferns and fern-allies was first published in as the first volume in the series The Illustrated Flora of Illinois. Eminent botanist Robert H. Mohlenbrock has now revised Ferns to include twenty-five additional taxa of ferns.
The ferns of New Jersey: Including the fern allies, [Chrysler, Mintin Asbury] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. The ferns of New Jersey: Including the fern alliesAuthor: Mintin Asbury Chrysler.
Flora of Delaware and the Eastern Shore: an annotated list of the ferns and flowering plants of the peninsula of Delaware, Maryland and Virginia.
Tatnall, Robert Richardson, Type. Book. Material. Published material. Publication info [Wilmington]:Society of Natural History of Delaware, The ferns of New Zealand and its immediate dependencies, with directions for their collection and cultivation.
(London, Griffith, Farren, Okeden, and Welsh, ), by H. Field (page images at HathiTrust) The book of fern culture. "The Ferns and Fern-allies of Maryland and Dela- ware including District of Columbia," by Clyde F. Reed1 covers an area not treated specifically in any local. collected throughout Maryland and documented D.
clintoniana from several stations within the state. However, the Reed Herbarium was dismantled after his death and the locations of those collections may only remain in his fern guide, The Ferns and Fern-Allies of Maryland and Delaware Including District of Columbia.) Fig.
Our exhibit "Ferns on a Mediterranean Breeze" will feature tropical ferns on stands on a sliver of a Mediterranean patio, and across the aisle, hardy ferns grown in the Delaware Valley. Included will be native wildflowers and native bee houses in an exhibit packed full of ferns.
Both will be raised to encourage visitors to see and appreciate.Several groups of plants were considered "fern allies": the clubmosses, spikemosses, and quillworts in the Lycopodiophyta, the whisk ferns in Psilotaceae, and the horsetails in the Equisetaceae. Traditionally, three discrete groups of plants had been considered ferns: the adders-tongues, moonworts, and grape-ferns (Ophioglossales), the Marattiaceae, and the leptosporangiate ferns.This is the most comprehensive book on Ferns and Fern Allies common to the United States that I have found.
It gives comprehensive descriptions of over species accompanied by color plates. This is an excellent text of interest ranging from the hobbyist to the graduate student/5(7).