By Robert L. Dressler, Kerry Dressler
Recipient of the 1994 Henry Allan Gleason Award of the recent York Botanical backyard, this significant ebook delimits numerous significant normal teams in the orchids, suggesting parts that want additional study by means of botanists.Published at $49.95 Our final copies to be had at $24.98
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The Cormous or Cymbidioid Phylad 159 10. The Reed-Stem or Epidendroid Phylad 183 11. Misfits, Parallelisms, and Miscellaneous Problems 211 12. Classification and Phylogenetic Analysis 229 Glossary 249 Appendix A. Keys to Major Orchid Groups 259 Appendix B. Outline of Classification with Lists of Genera 267 Literature Cited 279 Index 301 Page 7 1 Introduction When I agreed to publish The Orchids: Natural History and Classification (1981), I found myself with a dilemma and only limited time for a resolution.
Includes bibliographical references and index. Title. 15'012dc20 92-24390 CIP Page 5 Contents 1. Introduction 7 2. Structure and Other Evidence of Relationship 13 3. Orchid Phylogeny 59 4. Orchids with Two or Three Fertile Anthers 83 5. Primitive Orchids with a Single Fertile Anther 91 6. Lady's Tresses and Relatives, the Subfamily Spiranthoideae 111 7. Orchis and Its Allies, the Subfamily Orchidoideae 125 8. The Advanced Epidendroideae, General Discussion and Phylogeny 151 9. The Cormous or Cymbidioid Phylad 159 10.
P. Folsom (20), J. W. Green (18), P. Lavarack (31), C. A. Luer (7, 13, 19, 25, 26, 29, 35, 36, 55, 57, 94, 95), H. Page (62), E. A. Schelpe (22, 89, 90), FL Stevenson (61), J. Stewart (23, 24), P. Vaughan (1), and N. H. Williams (9). I am grateful, too, to those who have disagreed with me (mentioning no names). Our differences and discussions have aided me to clarify my own thoughts and to understand why we may continue to disagree on some issues. Page 12 Addendum The manuscript is now ready for the printer; new data have not appeared to undo the system, but important new data are expected in the near future.