London: Cassell, Petter, Galpin & Co., 1881. Quarto, chromolithograph plates, text illustrations. Contemporary green half calf, and morocco-grained boards, decorated spine, all edge gilt, some wear, signature.
BOTANY - Fern
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London: Cassell, Petter, Galpin & Co., 1881. Quarto, 29 chromolithograph plates, text illustrations. Contemporary half morocco, spine with considerable wear, inner hinges strengthened, a few spots but the plates generally very clean.
London: Natural History Museum, 1991. Quarto, paperback, colour photographs.
Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1989. Octavo, paperback, spine faded.
Melbourne: Melbourne University Press, (1994. reprint). Octavo, paperback, colour photographs, text illustrations, a fine copy. Includes distribution maps, keys to genera and species, information on propogation and cultivation, and a variety of illustrations for identification.
South Africa, Butterworths, 1983. Quarto, photographs, maps. Very good copy in chipped dustwrapper, few flecks, owner's stamp on titlepage.
Collingwood: CSIRO, 1998. Octavo, text illustrations, a good copy in paperback. Covers all the Australian species of ferns, fern allies and gymnosperms in a uniform, authoritative and comprehensive fashion, and provides identification keys and copious illustrations.
New York: The New York botanical garden, 1989. Large octavo, photographs, text illustrations. Publisher's blue and gilt cloth, few flecks otherwise a fine copy. A comprehensive pteridophyte flora of the region, it includes keys to distinguish the various species, their distributions, and habitats.
Victoria: British Columbia Provincial Museum, 1956. Octavo, wrappers, text illustrations by Mary Bryant. British Columbia Provincial Museum, Department of Recreation and Conservation, Handbook No. 12.
Cambridge MA: The Gray Herbarium of Harvard University, 1970. Octavo, text illustrations, publisher's wrappers sunned otherwise a good copy. With papers such as: 'The classification of the cyatheaceae' and 'A revision of the genus menkea'.
Melbourne: Inkata Press, 1994. Quarto, colour plates, text illustrations, maps, fine copy in dustwrapper, very scarce (800 copies printed). This is the first taxonomic volume in the four-volume series. It covers all native and naturalised ferns, allied plants, conifers and monocotyledons. Detailed descriptions of more than 1,300 species are accompanied...
Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, (1966. seventh edition). Octavo, very good copy in torn dustwrapper. Revised by H.K. Aury Shaw.