FIELD GUIDE TO THE FLOWERLESS PLANTS F.H. Brightman, B.E. NicholsonEdiciones OMEGA
Excellent identification manual of algae, fungi, mosses, lichens, ... found in Europe
The main purpose of this book is to facilitate the identification of the most common algae, fungi, lichens, mosses, liverworts and ferns found in Europe. The book is arranged according to an ecological model, as this is a considerable help. For example, plants that are most likely to be found under or near conifers, or in the vicinity of water, or at high tide, or in a meadow have been grouped together.
Coastal: Sea cliffs. Upper limit of tides. Intertidal zone. Lower tidal limit. Brackish waters. Dunes. Grasslands: Pastures and meadows. Loamy hills. Mountains: Heathlands. Mountains. Walls. Wet meadows. Humid places: Peatlands. Swamps. Lakes and ponds. Streams and stream banks. Forests: Conifers. Birches. Beeches. Oaks. Mixed.main groups: Ferns and nearby groups. Fungi. Lichens. Mosses and liverworts. Marine algae. Carophytes. The classification of non-flowering plants. Associations between non-flowering plants.
FEATURES FIELD GUIDE TO FLOWERLESS PLANTSAuthor(s): F.H. Brightman, B.E. NicholsonBinding: HardcoverPrinting: ColorNumber of pages: 226Edition year: 1985Edition number: 1ISBN: 978-84-282-0472-9Measures: 18 (W) x 26 (H)
Illustrated with numerous color figures.