revision of the North American isotheciaceae and brachythecia.

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Title. A revision of the North American Isotheciaceae and Brachythecia. Related Titles. Series: CIHM/ICMH microfiche series ; no.

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Grout, Abel Joel, Torrey Botanical Club. Genre/Form: Academic theses: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Grout, A.J. (Abel Joel), Revision of the North American Isotheciaceae and Brachythecia.

Title. A revision of the North American Isotheciaceae and Brachythecia, Related Titles. Series: Memoirs (Torrey Botanical Club) ; v.

6, no. Grout, A. (Abel. Revision of the North American Isotheciaceae and Brachythecia. [Place of publication not identified]: [publisher not identified], [?] (DLC)a (OCoLC) Online version: Grout, A.J.

(Abel Joel), Revision of the North American Isotheciaceae and Brachythecia. [S.l.: s.n., ?] (OCoLC) Material Type. A revision of the North American Isotheciaceae and Brachythecia By Abel Joel Grout and Torrey Botanical Club.

Topics: Mosses, North America. A revision of the North American Isotheciaceae and Brachythecia, By A. (Abel Joel) Grout Topics: Mosses, North America.

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GROUT, A. A revision of the North American Isotheciaceae and Brachythecia. The Inocybe geophylla group is circumscribed based on phylogenetic analysis of DNA sequences largely sampled from North America and Europe.

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A Revision of the North American Isotheciaceae and Brachythecia. By Abel Joel Grout. The work on the Isotheciaceae and Brachy theciaceae was un-dertaken with the purpose of correlating and bringing up to date the later work on the American plants of this group which has been done largely by foreigners and has been published in various.

He has published more than refereed journal articles, books, and chapters, including three single-volume editions of Ecology and Classification of North American Freshwater Invertebrates (edited by J.H.

Thorp and A.P. Covich) and five volumes in the current fourth edition of Thorp and Covich’s Freshwater Invertebrates. The 10 North American species of Mycetochara Berthold are reviewed. All species are redescribed and one new species, marshalli, is described from California.

Former treatments of the species of the genus have considered males and females as separate species. anatomy and classification of the north american pachycephalosauria (dinosauria: ornithischia) hans-dieter sues and peter m.

galton with 8 plates and 20 text-figures. Instead, for North America north of Mexico the names are called English names to acknowledge that common names exist in various languages. Thus, in a recent list on names of Mexican amphibians and reptiles (Liner and Casas-Andreu, ), both standard English and Spanish names were given.

A new revision of the Inocye mixtilis group has now been published here. The work, by Esteve-Raventos, Bandini, and colleagues, reveals six species overall in the group, four of which are described as new.

Turns out we don’t have I. mixtilis after all in North America but do have two new species - I. ceskae and I. occulta. Lichenicolous fungi in America are poorly explored, and most species have only recently been discovered in that continent.

Injust 62 species were known from North America (EGAN, ). Sinceseveral important publications considerably increased this number, and ESSLINGER & EGAN () were able to enumerate species.

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A Revision of the North American Species Belonging to the Genus Coenosia (Diptera Muscidae). The subgenera neodexiopsis, coenosia, hoplogaster and related genera allognota, bithoracochaeta and schoenomyza.

The subgenus limosia (coenosia of authors) [HUCKETT, H.C.] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. A Revision of the North American Species Belonging to the Author: H.C. HUCKETT. Revision of the North American species of the genus Eupithecia (Lepidoptera, Geometridae). Bulletin of the AMNH ; v.

93, article 8 McDunnough, James H. (James Halliday), b. North American Flora - the Late Cretaceous North American Flora - the Tertiary d Paleocene of the Tertiary 65 mya • warm temperatures, inland seas, and low relief • tropical, subtropical, and temperate climates from southern United States to the Arctic Paleothermometers indicate.

Grout, A. A Revision of the North American Isotheciaceae and Brachythecia. Mem. Torr. Bot. Club, 6: I 3I 30 J1. I Contains critical descriptions of the North American species.

B-achzyt/zeciumz Lei-bergii sp. nov. and several new varieties are proposed. Halsted, B. Two Phaenogamous Parasites of the Red Clover. Btull. Torr. Bot. A revision of the North American species of the genus Syrrhodia (Lepidoptera, Geometridae).

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The species and subspecies currently covered by the Freshwater Gastropods of North America project are ordered below by Subclass, Family, Genus, species, and (in some cases) subspecies. Users who do not find specific or generic nomina expected in the.

Brachytheciaceae is a family of mosses from the order family includes over 40 genera and species. Brachythecium Schimper in P.

Bruch and W. Schimper, Bryol. Europ. 6: 5, plates • [Greek brachys, short, and theke, case, alluding to capsule. The Center for North American Herpetology. Medinah Circle. Lawrence, Kansas () Single copies of this publication are available.

gratis. from. The Center for North American Herpetology, Medinah Circle, Lawrence, Kansas USA; within the United States and Canada, please send a self-addressed 7xinch manila. separated from the North American taxa in having narrower leaves and longer glumes (Koyama and Ko- wano ).

While preparing a treatment of North American Brachyelytrum for 'The Catalogue of New World Grass- es' (Soreng et al. ), the third author was unable to consistently separate the taxa using characters cited in previous treatments. Chemical Geology – The isotopic ecology of late Pleistocene mammals in North America Part 1.

Florida Paul L. Koch a,), Kathryn A. Hoppe a,1, S. David Webb b,2 a Princeton Uni˝ersity, Department of Geosciences, Guyot Hall, Princeton, NJUSA b Florida Museum of Natural History, Uni˝ersity of Florida, Gaines˝ille, FLUSA.

Taxonomic revision of latest Cretaceous North american basal neonithischian taxa and a phylogenetic analysis of basal ornithischian relationships. View/ Open. Boyd_dissertation_pdf (Mb) Date Author.

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Boyd, Clint Aaroen. Share Facebook Twitter LinkedIn. Metadata. Key to the Subfamilies of North and Central American Ichneumonidae.

By David Wahl • Downloadable PDF file of Section 1 of the key is available here NOTE: The PDF file 'Subfamily_key_1_' has systematic figure numbering errors.No. 5 NORTH AMERICAN SPECIES OF TEXANANUS 14'. The aedeagus consisting of one process or with the basal portion broadly attached to body of aedeagus 15 Pygofer almost twice as long as plates neomexicanus 15'.

Pygofer shorter than or not more than one-half longer than plates 16 Pygofer shorter than plates dorothyae 16'.Pages in category "Cretaceous brachiopods of North America" The following 2 pages are in this category, out of 2 total.

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