Melanospermeae, or Olive Sea-Weeds

Melanospermeae, or Olive Sea-Weeds

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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. 1871 edition. Excerpt: ... in the Mediterranean. The two latter are very like each other, if they be really more than varieties of one species, but both are abundantly distinct from C. muZlg7fia'a, though evidently belonging to the same natural genus. Fig. 1. CUTLERIA MULTIFIDA: --naturaZ size. 2. A sorua of utricles attached to a fragment of the frond. 3. Utricles, separated. 4. Apex of a lacinia. 5. Antheridia. 6. Transverse section of the frond. 7. Longitudinal section: --all more or less highly magnified. PLATE XIX. HALISERIS POLYPODIOIDES, 4!-GEN. CHAR. Root, a mass of woolly filaments. Frontl fiat, linear, membranaceous, with a mid-rib. Frucli/ication: ovate spores, forming distinct sori, or groups, mostly arranged in longitudinal lines. Grev. HALISERIS----ft0m c'i7t9, the sea, and aeptc, endive. Hausaars potypodioidea; frond dichotomous, entire at the margin, plane; spots of fructification linear, disposed along the mid-rib. Drcrrorrnars polypodioides, Lama, -. Jaurn. Bot. p. 19. sec. Ag. DICTYOPTEBIS elongata, Laura. 1. c. p. 18. sec. Ag. Focus polypodioides, Des/'. Fl. Atl. vol. p. 4-21. Lamaz. Dict. p. 32. t. 24. f. 1. FUcUs membranaceus, Stack. Ner. Brit. p. 13. t. 6. Turn. Syn. Etc. vol. i. p. 141. Wit/z. vol. iv. p. 93. 1. Bot. t. 1758. Turn. Hist. t. 87. HAB. On rocks and stones in the sea, from two to five fathoms. Perennial. Summer and Autumn. Rare. Several places along the southern shores of England, where Mr. Stack/louse first gathered it. Shields, Mr. Wino/l. Miltown Malhay, W (1831). Youghal, Miss Ball. Roundstone Bay, Mr. Mc'Qalla. Jersey, Miss W/lite; Miss Turner. Gnooa. DISTR. Atlantic and Mediterranean shores of Europe. North of Africa, Deaf. Ceylon, Herb. Linn. South Africa, ECkZOn-Bahia, Ma-rtiuo. Canary Islands, very...show more

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  • Paperback | 80 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 4mm | 159g
  • Rarebooksclub.com
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236841263
  • 9781236841261