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lichens and mosses of Mac. Robertson Land

Rex B Filson

lichens and mosses of Mac. Robertson Land

by Rex B Filson

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Published by Dept. of External Affairs Australia, Antarctic Division in [Melbourne] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Lichens -- Antarctica -- Mac-Robertson Land

  • Edition Notes

    SeriesANARE scientific reports, Ser. B (II) Botany, publication no. 82
    The Physical Object
    Pagination[4], 169 p. :
    Number of Pages169
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14960884M

    Mosses and lichens have an ancient pedigree. Evolutionarily, they predate all other land plants. They are the simple organisms we’ve all seen growing on trees and rocks. Mosses have the most basic of root structures, leaves, and stems. Lichens are quite different: a composite organism, created from a joining of algae and fungus. The Lichens and Mosses of Mac. Robertson Land (ANARE Scientific Reports, Series B) by Rex B. Filson () Anare Australia's Antartic Outposts by Phillip and John Bechvaise Law () Anare Australia's Antartic Outposts (Jan 1, ).

    We use cookies to offer you a better experience, personalize content, tailor advertising, provide social media features, and better understand the use of our services. Recent Literature on Lichens' WILLIAM Louis CULBERSON2 AHMADJIAN, V. A guide to the algae occurring as lichen symbionts: isolation, culture, cul- [Popular book; lichens, pp. ] The Lichens and Mosses of son Land. pp. 42 fig. 41 pl. Antarctic Division, Department of External Affairs, Melbourne, Australia. Price.

    The Lichens and Mosses of son Land. Rex B. Filson. Liliums in Australia. R.M. Withers. Principles and Practice of Plant Conservation. Given, David R. The Cullity Timbers Kings Park Collection. Eleanor M. Bennett. Books for your passion." are registered trademarks with the Registered US Patent & Trademark. Jacket has heavy general wear and moderate sunning to spine. Top edge of jacket has bumping chipping and some damage from damp. Moderate damage to edges of cloth. Moderate foxing to edges of page-block. Internally clean. Binding tight. A .


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Rex Filson's monograph The Lichens and Mosses of son Land was published in by the Antarctic Division of the Australian Department of External Affairs. Here is an extract from the abstract at the beginning of the book: The distribution of lichens and mosses in son Land is recorded and discussed, and workable descriptions.

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Case Studies Antarctic Umbilicaria. Rex Filson recorded two Antarctic species of Omphalodiscus (but none of Umbilicaria) in his monograph about the lichens of son Land and Plate 33 in that book shows paintings of two specimens that had been identified as Omphalodiscus decussatus and Omphalodiscus antarcticus.

New records of three moss species (Ptychostomum pseudotriquetrum, Schistidium antarctici, and Coscinodon lawianus) from the southern Prince Charles Mountains, son Land, Antarctica - Volume 48 Issue 4 - M. Skotnicki, P. Selkirk, S. Boger. The Lichens and Mosses of MacRobertson Land $ inc GST $ inc GST.

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Filson nr.MELwas identified by R. Ochyra as G. plagiopodia. However, G. lawiana differs from G. plagiopodia by a dioicous sexuality, different leaf form, nearly smooth hair-points, and bistratose areolation in the distal part of the leaves. Buy The Lichens and Mosses of Mac.

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(Rex lived at boththese places for some time; his finelyillustrated book, Lichens and Mossesof son Land, is a permanentand scholarly record of his botanicalresearches there.). Checklist of Australian lichens and allied fungi / Rex B. Filson Australian Biological Resources Study Canberra Wikipedia Citation Please see Wikipedia's template documentation for further citation fields that may be required.

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The Lichens and Mosses of son Land -- Number 82 of the ANARE Scientific Reports (B2) Series, the Antarctic Division Commonwealth Department of External Affairs Filson, Rex B. Published by Antarctic Division, Department of External Affairs, Melbourne ().TAYLOR ROOKERY, SON LAND Introduction Taylor Rookery is an emperor penguin (Aptenodytes forsteri) colony located on the east side of Taylor Glacier, son Land (67°27'S; 60°53'E, Map A).

The site was originally designated as Specially Protected Area No. 1, through Recommendation IV-I (), after a proposal by Australia.Filson RB () The lichens and mosses of Mac Robertson Land.

ANARE Sci Rep, Series B(2) Bot, Melbourne, pp Google Scholar Fogg GE, Stewart WDP () In situ determinations of biological nitrogen fixation in Antarctica.