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1985) The genus Haworthia (Liliaceae). A taxonomic revision. Although several revisions of Haworthia have been published, less than one third of the names have been typified

1985) The genus Haworthia (Liliaceae). Aloe Books, Johannesburg, 150 pp. Jan 2015. Although several revisions of Haworthia have been published, less than one third of the names have been typified. In this paper we list all names that will be accepted for species or infraspecific taxa in a forthcoming revision, with full references to their source and type data. Neo-, lecto and/ or epitypes are designated here for 47 previously untypified names.

Description: Scott, Charles . The Genus Haworthia (Liliaceae) a taxonomic revision, 268mm x 210mm, Dark green simulated leaher boards with gilt titling on the spine. Original dust jacket. Map motif end papers. xxix prelims, 150 pages followed by Glossary, Index, et. paginated from xx to x. rofusely illustrated with high quality colour photographs and some black and white illustrations. CONDITION DETAILS: A few signs of light wear. Condition - An attractive clean copy, Johannesburg, Aloe Books, 1985. View additional info.

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By Scott, Charles L. SKU 16241. Default Title - $ 1,200. Haworthia is a large genus of small succulent plants endemic to Southern Africa (Mozambique, Namibia, Lesotho, Swaziland, South Africa). Like the Aloes, they are members of the subfamily Asphodeloideae and they generally resemble miniature aloes, except in their flowers, which are distinctive in appearance.

The taxonomy of Liliaceae has had a complex history since the first .

The taxonomy of Liliaceae has had a complex history since the first description of this flowering plant family in the mid-eighteenth century. The taxonomic circumscription of the family Liliaceae progressively expanded until it became the largest plant family and also extremely diverse, being somewhat arbitrarily defined as all species of plants with six tepals and a superior ovary. It eventually came to encompass about 300 genera and 4,500 species, and was thus a "catch-all" and hence paraphyletic taxon.

The taxonomy of Liliaceae has had a complex history since the first description of this flowering plant family in the . Originally, the Liliaceae or Lily family were defined as having a calix (perianth) of six equal-coloured parts, six stamens, a single style, and a superior, t.

Breuer I (2010) The genus Haworthia. Roberts-Reynecke P (1965) The genus Astroloba Uitewaal(Liliaceae). Scott CL (2001) The genus Haworthia: a taxonomic revision. Book 1. Alsterworthia International, LondonGoogle Scholar. Chase MW, De Bruijn AY, Cox AV, Reeves G, Rudall PJ, Johnson MAT, Eguiarte LE (2000) Phylogenetics of Asphodeliaceae(Asaparagales): an analysis of plastid rbcL and trnL-F DNA sequences. Ann Bot(Oxford) 86:935–951Google Scholar. Thesis, University of Cape Town, Cape TownGoogle Scholar. Aloe books, JohannesburgGoogle Scholar.

Pp. (i)-xl, 2-150; frontispiece portrait of Adrian H. Haworth, 120 color photographs, 31 black-and-white photos and half-tones, 24 distribution maps. Publisher's original dark green morocco leather, spine with five raised bands, red morocco title/author label in one compartment, two-color map endpapers, in gray cloth-covered slipcase with green marbled paper on the top, side and bottom of the slipcase and dark green morocco flange at the opening of the slipcase, sm 4to (11 x 8 1/4 inches). This is Sponsors' edition, limited to 27 signed copies lettered A-Z, signed by the author on the limitation page; this is copy letter V. The subscriber's page shows that there were sixteen sponsors to this work, presumably, they received letters A-Q; this left only eleven copies available for sale. The copy offered here is one of these eleven available for sale. Haworthia is a large genus of small succulent plants endemic to Southern Africa (Mozambique, Namibia, Lesotho, Swaziland, South Africa). Like the Aloes, they are members of the subfamily Asphodeloideae and they generally resemble miniature aloes, except in their flowers, which are distinctive in appearance. Horticulturally they are popular garden and container plants (from Wiki). This is an important taxonomic revision of the genus Haworthia that was named after Adrian H. Haworth who was an English entomologist, botanist and crustacean expert. This very rare offering is finely bound in attractive dark green morocco that is housed in a custom slipcase.
The genus Haworthia (Liliaceae): A taxonomic revision download epub
Author: Charles L Scott
ISBN: 0620079746
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Language: English
Publisher: Aloe Books; 1st edition edition (1985)
Pages: 150 pages