Hepaticae and Anthocerotes of western Oregon

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Hepaticae and Anthocerotes of western Oregon

By Sanborn, Ethel Ida

SKU# 18881

$ 28.00

Pp. 111; 5 plates (line-drawings).  Publisher’s original printed olive-green wrappers, lg 8vo.  University of Oregon Publications volume 1, no. 1.  Hepatica is a genus of herbaceous perennials in the buttercup family, native to central and northern Europe, Asia and eastern North America.  Anthoceros is a genus of hornworts in the family Anthocerotaceae.  The genus is global in its distribution.  Its name means 'flower horn’ and refers to the characteristic horn-shaped sporophytes that all hornworts produce.  Faint signature in pencil on the front wrapper.  No other ownership marks.  Rare work seldom offered.

Publisher University of Oregon
Publisher Place Eugene, OR
Date Published 1929
Date Published Estimated No
Edition First edition
Number of Volumes 1
Reprint No
Condition Good
Condition Description Light tanning and wear to the wrappers, a good solid copy.
Limited Edition