Specimen of a Lichenographia Britannica

  • 270 Pages
  • 3.32 MB
  • English
Mad River Pr Inc
Botany & plant sciences, E
The Physical Object
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL11613166M
ISBN 100855462043
ISBN 139780855462048

Specimen of a Lichenographia Britannica; Or Attempt at a History of the British Lichens Paperback – Septem by Dawson Turner (Author)Author: Dawson Turner. Buy Specimen of a Lichenographia Britannica on FREE SHIPPING on qualified orders Specimen of a Lichenographia Britannica: Dawson Turner, William Borrer: : BooksAuthors: William Borrer, Dawson Turner.

Additional Physical Format: Online version: Turner, Dawson, Specimen of a lichenographia britannica. Richmond, Eng.: Richmond Pub.

Co., Specimen of a lichenographia Britannica: or attempt at a history of the British lichens. Facsimile copy of [Turner, D. & Borrer, W. ()] Specimen of a lichenographia Britannica: or attempt at a history of the British lichens. Pp: ii, Richmond Publishing, : Begoña Aguirre-Hudson, Brian Spooner.

Published in collaboration with the British Lichen Society, originally published inthis is the 7th edition of this standard work. This book provides an invaluable guide to identifying the British and Irish species both for the amateur naturalists just starting to study lichens.

Specimen of a Lichenographia Britannica. Yarmouth: Turner. [An historical introduction by D.

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/5(10). Specimen of a Lichenographia britannica or Attempt at a history of the British lichens: Specimens of architectural remains in various counties in England, but principally in Norfolk, etched by John Sell Cotman, with descriptive notices, by Dawson Turner, and architectural observations, by Thomas Rickman.

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Encyclopedia Britannica provide timely, relevant, and trustworthy information and instructional products used in schools, universities, homes. Abstract. Awareness that lichen communities were affected by pollution arose at least bywhen Erasmus Darwin noted how they failed to grow near metal smelters on the island of Anglesey in North Wales [].In about William Borrer observed that scarcely any lichens could exist where the air was impure [], presenting this in a manner suggesting this was no new observation but something Cited by: Welcome to Britannica Academic, an accurate, current, and comprehensive resource for college-level learners, researchers, and faculty.

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