4 edition of Moss flora of the Maritime Provinces found in the catalog.
|Statement||Robert R. Ireland ; illustrations by Anne Hanes, Linda Ley, Gilda Bellolio-Trucco.|
|Series||Publications in botany,, no. 13 =, Publications de botanique ;, no 13, Publications in botany (Ottawa, Ont.) ;, no. 13.|
|LC Classifications||QK1 .P84 no. 13, QK541.7.M36 .P84 no. 13|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||738 p. :|
|Number of Pages||738|
|LC Control Number||83149704|
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Unlike most other ecozones, the Atlantic Maritime has a mix of deciduous and coniferous trees. This is the result of the southern vegetation spreading northwards towards the Boreal forest and merging with its collection of vegetation once the climate began to moderate itself. The North Atlantic coast of North America-commonly known as the Atlantic Coast-extends from Newfoundland and Labrador through the Maritime Provinces and the Northeastern United States south to Cape Hatteras. This North Atlantic region belongs to the sea. The maritime influence on climate, flora, and fauna is dominant - even far : Greystone Books Ltd.
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Out of 5 stars Ireland's Moss Flora of the Maritime Provinces Reviewed in the United States on Decem Ireland's Moss Flora of the Maritime Provinces is one of the best, if not the best, identification manuals for mosses I have used.5/5(2).
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Ireland's Moss Flora of the Maritime Provinces is one of the best, if not the best, identification manuals for mosses I have used. The keys are clear, the illustrations are good. Almost every group can be identified entirely using vegetative characters. The big disadvantage is that it was only in print briefly and there aren't many copies out 5/5.
As a plant ecologist, this is an excellent resource to compliment Moss Flora of the Maritime Provinces (R. Ireland). which is out of print & difficult to find - so this may Cited by: 4. Mosses -- Maritime Provinces -- Nomenclature.
Mosses -- Canada -- Identification. Moss flora of the Maritime Provinces / Robert R. Ireland ; illustrations by Anne Hanes, Linda Ley, Gilda Bellolio-Trucco. Moss flora of the Maritime Provinces (Publications de botanique): Ireland, Robert R: Books - or: Robert R Ireland.
Moss Flora of the Maritime Provinces Textbook Binding – Feb. 1 by Robert R. Ireland (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions.
Amazon Price New from Used from Textbook Binding, Feb. 1 "Please retry" Author: Robert R. Ireland. Ceratodon purpureus is a dioicous moss with a color ranging from yellow-green to red. The height amounts to 3 centimeters.
It is found worldwide, mainly in urban areas and next to roads on dry sand soils. It can grow in a very wide variety of habitats, from polluted highway shoulders and mine tailings to areas recently denuded by wildfire to the bright slopes of : Bryopsida.
Ireland, R.R. Moss flora of the Maritime Provinces. National Museums of Canada, Publications in Botany New York Natural Heritage Program. New York Natural Heritage Program Databases. Albany, NY. Links. British mosses and liverworts - a field guide; Bryophyte Flora of North America, Provisional Publication; California Moss eFlora.
IRELAND, Robert R. - MOSS FLORA OF THE MARITIME PROVINCES. Publications In Botany No. 13 of the National Museums of Canada, Ottawa, Illustrated glossary. plates of line drawings. LAWTON, Elva - MOSS FLORA OF THE PACIFIC NORTH WEST. Hattori Botanical Laboratory, Japan, pp.
+ full page plates. The genetic relationships of Dichelyma capillaceum (With.) Myr. are studied from chloroplast sequences of the trnL-F region. On the basis of the molecular data obtained, the German population can. Ireland, R.R.
Moss flora of the Maritime Provinces. National Museums of Canada Publications in Botany National Museum of Natural Sciences, Ottawa. Lawton, E. Moss Flora of the Pacific Northwest.
Hattori Botanical Laboratory, Nichinan, Japan. Oregon Natural Heritage Information Center. Rare, threatened and. Ireland, R.R. Moss flora of the Maritime Provinces. National Museums of Canada Publications in Botany National Museum of Natural Sciences, Ottawa.
Lawton, E. Moss Flora of the Pacific Northwest. Hattori Botanical Laboratory, Nichinan, Japan. Oregon Natural Heritage Information Center.
Moss Flora of the Maritime Provinces. National Museum of Natural Sciences Publications in Botany, No. National Museums of Canada, Ottawa. Vol Page A 'read' is counted each time someone views a publication summary (such as the title, abstract, and list of authors), clicks on a figure, or views or downloads the full-text.
The Illustrated Moss Flora of Antarctica Article in Botanical Journal of the Linnean Society (1) - September with 32 Reads How we measure 'reads'Author: Joanna Wilbraham. Associated species include Vaccinium oxycoccos, Ledum glandulosum, Carex, the moss Aulacomnium palustre, and the liverwort Mylia anomala.
Associated vascular plants. When dry, however, the leaves are twisted and contorted (see Ireland’s Moss Flora of the Maritime Provinces). Bartramia pomiformis can be confused with Bartramia ithphylla, though the latter is only found in alpine and subalpine areas and its leaves remain straight when dry (from Schofield’s Some Common Mosses of British Columbia ).
Details for Meesia uliginosa are not documented. The protonema is inconspicuous, forming buds and shoots in the usual fashion of moss growth and development. Meesia may have very long setae that presumably help disperse the spores by springing about when disturbed, or by inserting them into wind currents above the surface of the fen.
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A book on endangered bryophytes is under preparation. The Green Shield-moss Buxbaumia viridis (Bryopsida, Buxbaumiaceae) is an endangered.Moss Flora of the Maritime R. Ireland. pp. National Museums of Canada, National Museum of Natural Sciences, Publications in Botany, No.
Another introduced moss at Burns Bog is Campylopus introflexus (Hedw.) Brid. (Taylor, ); it is native to the Southern Hemisphere (Schofield, ; Taylor, ). Sphagnum cuspidatum is probably the only introduced species of Sphagnum in British Columbia.
Reports of Sphagnum introductions are few.