3 edition of Orchids of East Africa. found in the catalog.
Orchids of East Africa.
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|LC Classifications||QK495.O64 P49 1968|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||304|
|LC Control Number||78418972|
Orchids grow in many parts of Africa. The two main types of orchids are the terrestrial orchids, which grow on the ground in the forest or savanna, and the epiphytic orchids, which grow on the bark of a tree. Terrestrial orchids are a favorite houseplant in America and have long arching stems that boast unusual flowers in solid or variegated. The principle purpose of this book is to provide an accurate and easy means of identifying the native orchids of this region. There is an excellent description of each orchid in which the distinctive features of each species and information on distribution, habitat, flowering period and the common name is provided.
A new book on South African orchids describes over species including those from Lesotho and Swaziland. ‘Orchids of South Africa – a field guide‘ is the first publication of its kind in over 30 years. The book is written by orchid experts Dr Steve Johnson (who holds the South African Research Chair in Evolutionary Biology), and Dr Benny Bytebier (Curator of the Bews Herbarium), . About Orchids of Europe, North Africa and the Middle East. Orchids have long held a fascination, both for keen botanists and the general public. From the mania of Victorian collectors to the enthusiasm of modern photographers, this family of flowering plants has a strange and exotic appeal. Many orchids are beautiful, and some are rare.. This complete reference guide covers the identification.
Orchids of South Africa is the first field guide to local orchids to be published in over 30 years, and presents the more than orchid species found in the region, including Lesotho and Swaziland. A comprehensive roundup of orchids in their natural habitat, the book features: multiple photos for each species distribution maps flowering time-bars succinct text, enabling sure identification. Cribb, P.J. () New or little known orchids from East Africa. Kew Bulletin, 34, – Cribb, P.J. () A new species of Stolzia (Orchidaceae) from Tanzania.
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National Emergency An Introduction to the Epiphytic Orchids of East Africa by Moreau,W. M.;Moreau,R. Publication date Publisher The East Africa Natural History Society Collection citebank Language English Volume XVII.
Orchids of Africa was published by McMillan South Africa (Publishers) (Pty) Ltd. Orchids of East Africa. book The book contains exquisite paintings by renowned botanical artist Esme F.
Hennessy and descriptions by the late botanist Joyce Stewart. It contains a number of select epiphytic and terrestrial orchid species.
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A comprehensive roundup of orchids in their natural habitat, Orchids of South Africa features multiple photos for each species, distribution maps, flowering time-bars, and succinct text, enabling sure. This database provides images and information about the orchids of Central Africa.
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26 likes. Orchid nursery specializing in rare & endangered Angraecoids from Madagascar, Africa, etc.Epiphytic as well as terrestrial orchids grow on mainland Africa and on the islands of Indian Ocean.
However, the occurrence of epiphytes and terrestrials depends upon the climatic conditions of that particular region. Epiphytes are more abundant in tropical Africa, while terrestrials dominate the temperate regions. There are orchid genera, with some species inhabiting the African.