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The nature-printed British sea-weeds : a history, accompanied by figures and dissections of the algae of the British Isles / by William Grosart Johnstone and Alexander Croall
Bib ID 106716
Format BookBook
Author
Johnstone, William Grosart
 
Description London : Bradbury and Evans, 1859-1860 
4 v. (xv, 188; ix, 203; xi, 200; xiv, 324 p.) [208] leaves of plates : ill. (some col.) ; 25 cm. 
Full contents
  • v. 1. Rhodospermeae
  • v. 2. Rhodespermeae
  • v. 3. Melanospermeae
  • v. 4. Chlorospermeae.
 
Notes

Includes general index: v. 4, p. 309-324.

"Nature-printed by Henry Bradbury".

Bibliography: v. 4, p. 285-301.

Subjects Marine algae -- Great Britain.  |  Nature prints -- Specimens.
Other authors/contributors Croall, Alexander, 1831-1860, joint author  |  Bradbury, Henry, 1809-1885, illus
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British sea-weeds nature-printed

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