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Flora capensis

William H. Harvey

Flora capensis

being a systematic description of the plants of the Cape colony, Caffraria, & Port Natal

by William H. Harvey

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Published by L. Reeve in Kent, etc .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Botany -- South Africa

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    Statementby William H. Harvey and Otto Wilhelm Sonder
    ContributionsSonder, Otto Wilhelm, Thiselton-Dyer, William T. 1843-1928
    The Physical Object
    Pagination7 v. in 11.
    Number of Pages11
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14633399M

      Disperis capensis is a very distinctive orchid with a large purple hood with two long spurs that stick out the side and are strongly curved backwards (just perfect for tying the hood on the head). These two spurs are highly modified side sepals and give the genus Disperis its name. The sepals form a pouch and the generic name is derived from the Greek for two (dis-) pouches (-peris).   Full name: Flora Capensis; being a systematic description of the plants of the Cape Colony, Caffraria, & port Natal. Author: William Henry Harvey Published: , 7 ://

      Title: Flora Capensis: sistens plantas promontorii Bonae Spei Africes Abbreviation: Fl. Cap. (Thunberg) Authors: Carl Peter Thunberg Publication: Ed. 1(): :_sistens_plantas_promontorii_Bonae. 2 days ago  Three fascicles of this influential reference work in Latin on the South African flora were issued between and Reissued here is the full version edited by the Austrian botanist Josef August Schultes ( ) and published in "Cambridge Library Collection - Botany and Horticulture: Flora Capensis: Sistens Plantas Promontorii

    Abstract. Capensis comprises the distinctive temperate floral area of the southwestern and southern Cape Province found between the Karoo-Namib Region, some outliers of the Sudano-Zambezian and Afromontane Regions and the coast at latitudes between about 31° and 35° south and longitudes between 18° and 27° :// Description: Veltheimia capensis is an erect bulbous perennial, cm tall, relative of the familiar spring-blooming hyacinth. It has matte greyish or bluish undulate or crinkly leaves, but unlike the bulbous Haemanthus albiflos seen in many collections, it loses its leaves in summer and has its growing period in winter. It bears a dense raceme of nodding, tubular, flowers mm long


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1?7. by Harvey, William COVID Resources. Reliable information about the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).Numerous and frequently-updated resource results are available from this ’s WebJunction has pulled together information and resources to assist library staff as they consider how to handle coronavirus Drosera capensis is a free-flowering, robust, carnivorous, evergreen perennial, of varying height, but usually around mm.

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