The Annals of Scottish Natural History Volume 17-20

The Annals of Scottish Natural History Volume 17-20

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1896 edition. Excerpt: ...at least 2800 ft. alt. I think, however, that the hill plant has filaments relatively shorter to the anthers than the low-ground form. All the specimens I have examined in Skye, Eigg, and the north of Mull, have resembled the mainland plant with six stamens and long filaments. As the floating form has only occasional chances of flowering, I have examined comparatively few specimens, but the great majority had stamens and length of filaments in the same proportion as the land plant; though I have noticed on a few occasions three stamens, and filaments and anthers of about equal length. The submerged capillary-leaved form which grows in large masses at the bottom of lochs very rarely has a chance of flowering, but the few examples I have seen in flower have all had six stamens with filaments longer than the anthers. This last form is very unlike a /uncus. Scirpus fluitans, L., which grows in similar patches on the bottom of lochs and stagnant pools, resembles it a good deal, as in such situations it also has long capillary leaves.--Symers M. Macvicar. Algae new to Scotland (Cyanophyeeae and Florideae).--In a paper in the "Journ. Bot." for January, Mr. E. A. L. Batters notes several additions to the British lists. Those found in Scottish localities are as follows: --Lyngbya (Leibleinid) Meneghiniana, Gomont.--Firth of Forth, opposite Caroline Park, August 1887. Phormidium tenue, Gom.--Muddy estuary of the Tweed, October 1883. Ph. ambiguum, Gom.--In deep rock pools near high-water mark, Cumbrae, August 1891. Ph. uncinatum, Gom.--In muddy estuary of the Tweed, 1884. Ballachulish in 1885. Muddy estuary of the Tweed, July 1894. Ph. persicinum, Gom.--On old solen shells dredged from six to eight fathoms, Cumbrae, August 1891. Colaconema, ...show more

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  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236950720
  • 9781236950727