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On the flora of Australia : its origin, affinities, and distribution : being an introductory essay to the flora of Tasmania /

Title Variants:

Alternative: Flora of Australia and New Zealand

Related Titles

Related/Analytical: Flora of New Zealand.

Related/Analytical: Flora of Tasmania.

Related/Analytical: Introductory essay to the flora of New Zealand.

Related/Analytical: Introductory essay to the flora of Tasmania.

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Book

Publication info

London :Lovell Reeve ...,1859.

Subjects

1809-1882 , 1823-1913 , Australia , Botany , Darwin, Charles, , Evolution , New Zealand , Wallace, Alfred Russel,

DOI

http://dx.doi.org/10.5962/bhl.title.60980

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Title

On the flora of Australia : its origin, affinities, and distribution : being an introductory essay to the flora of Tasmania /

Title Variants:

Alternative: Flora of Australia and New Zealand

Related Titles

Related/Analytical: Flora of New Zealand.

Related/Analytical: Flora of Tasmania.

Related/Analytical: Introductory essay to the flora of New Zealand.

Related/Analytical: Introductory essay to the flora of Tasmania.

By

Hooker, Joseph Dalton, Sir, 1817-1911

Genre

Book

Publication info

London :Lovell Reeve ...,1859.

Notes:

"Reprinted from the Botany of the Antarctic Expedition, Part III, Flora of Tasmania, vol. I."

Work is not an exact reprint in that Hooker has revised the text to reflect Darwin and Wallace's hypotheses and Mueller's work, cf. Preliminary remarks, p. [i] (3rd group).

On verso of t.p.: Printed by John Edward Taylor ...

Introductory essay to the flora of New Zealand: xxxix p. at end.

Last page blank.

Citation/References: Stafleu (2nd), | 2975.

Citation/References: Dibner Library. Heralds of science (1980 ed.), | 33

Subjects

1809-1882 , 1823-1913 , Australia , Botany , Darwin, Charles, , Evolution , New Zealand , Wallace, Alfred Russel,

Call Number

QK431 .H78 1859b

Language

English

Identifiers:

OCLC: 13661013

DOI

http://dx.doi.org/10.5962/bhl.title.60980

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