January 1943, 170 pages illustrated, with a Foreword by David H. Linder. "This journal for taxonomic cryptogamic botany was a result of the need of monographic studies, wither taxonomic, morphological, cytological, or ecological, which might contribute to the systemic arrangement of the many and diverse groups of organisms which constitute the non-vasular cryptogams. Nine articles of algae, New England algae, alpine mosses and mosses of papua from New Guinea, Gernera Kickxella, Martensella and Coemansia, Basdium Formation and spore discharge in Gymnosporangium Nidusavis, Genus Pelliculari, some Fungicolous Fungi, and studies in the Genus Helotium. FINE - SOFTCOVER. Size: 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall. Bookseller Inventory # 014498
Title: FARLOWIA. A Journal Of Cryptogamic Botany. ...
Publisher: Farlow Library and Herbarium of Harvard University:
Publication Date: 1943
Binding: Soft Cover
Book Condition: Fine-
Book Description Hilda Harris, Correspondence of Farlow; Rolf Singer, Agaricales from Chocura; Wm. Randolph Taylor, William G. Farlow: Promoter of Phycological Research; Frans Verdoorn, International Abstracting Journal; William Weston, Jr, Influence on Mycology; Singer, Boletineae of Florida. January, 1945. 141 pages. Color frontispiece, portraits, few plates, illustrations. 9x6", printed wrapper. Short wrap tear, cover creased, text VG. Bookseller Inventory # 57226