3 edition of first century of new species of Stelis of Eduador. found in the catalog.
first century of new species of Stelis of Eduador.
Carlyle A. Luer
|Statement||Carlyle A. Luer.|
|Series||Monographs in systematic botany from the Missouri Botanical Garden -- v. 88., Icones Pleurothallidinarum -- XXIV., Icones Pleurothallidinarum -- 24.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||v, 122 p. :|
|Number of Pages||122|
My favorite species of stelis. The flowers are quite dark, so it is quite difficult to see the flower details and nearly impossible to photograph. Sorry! Uniflora is named because it is a single flower per inflorescence. Most stelis have a racemose inflorescence. The whole plant is about a centimeter tall and maybe three centimeters with flowers. With lyrical text in both Spanish and English, we travel to the magical world of a cloud forest in the Andes of Ecuador. We discover the bounty of plants, animals, and other organisms that live there as we help a zoologist look for the elusive olinguito, the first new mammal species identified in .
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Louis: Missouri Botanical Garden, Leach orchids (genus Stelis) is a large group of orchids, with perhaps generic name Stelis is the Greek word for 'mistletoe', referring to the epiphytic habit of these species.
These mainly epiphytic (rarely lithophytic) plants are widely distributed throughout much of South America, Central America, Mexico, the West Indies and Florida. Many of the older species were named by Family: Orchidaceae. Luer - Icones Pleurothallidinarum XXIV: A first century of new species of Stelis of Ecuador.
Part 1 (); ISBN Dr. Luer - Icones Pleurothallidinarum XXVI: Pleurothallis subgenus Acianthera and three allied subgenera; A Second Century of New Species of Stelis of Ecuador; Epibator, Ophidion, Zootrophion (); ISBN Luer, C.A. () Icones Pleurothallidinarum XXIV: A first century of new species of Stelis of Ecuador, part one.
Monographs in Systematic Botany from the Missouri Botanical Garden 1– Ames O. & Correll D. Orchids of Guatemala. Fieldiana 26(): Luer C.
A first century of new species of Stelis of 1. Icones Pleurothallidinarum pp. FIRST. CENTURY. NEW. SPECIES. STELIS. ECUADOR. A Century of New Orchid Records in Bhutan. consisting ab, species. Especially tropical countries are. Stelis bricenorum, a new species from the Municipality of Guainía, Amazonas state, Venezuela, is described and illustrated.
It has been collected both in the Rio Negro (and therefore the Amazon, along the Yavita-Maroa road) and Orinoco river (“caño Chimita”, affluent of the Atacavi river) basins. Stelis bricenorum is similar to S.
santiagöensis, from which it can be easily distinguished. Three new species of the genus Stelis from Mexico are described and illustrated; they were recently collected in the Tacana volcano region of Chiapas, and are named as S. annedamoniae, S.
hagsateri, and S. soconuscana. For each species information is provided about habitat, phenology, and conservation status, and the relationships with similar taxa are discussed.
Leach orchids (genus Stelis) is a large group of orchids, with perhaps generic name Stelis is the Greek word for 'mistletoe', referring to the epiphytic habit of these species.
Many of the older species were named by Lindley, Ruiz & Pavon and Reichenbach, while many of the recent species were named by Dr. orchid of the genus Stelis was probably the first American. Dryadella and Acronia section Macrophyllae-Fasciculatae ; Addenda to Acianthera, Andinia, Dracula, Dresslerella, Lepanthes, and Masdevallia, New Taxa, validation of taxa, errata: A first century of new species of Stelis of Ecuador: Flora of Ecuador.
The glandulous Specklinia: morphological convergence versus phylogenetic divergence. A Third Century Of Stelis Of Ecuador: Systematics Of Apoda Prorepentia; Systematics Of Miscellaneous Small Genera; Addenda New Genera, Species, And Combinations by Carlyle A.
Luer really liked it avg rating — 1 rating. Statistics. The Plant List includes 1, scientific plant names of species rank for the genus these are accepted species names.
The Plant List includes a further 19 scientific plant names of infraspecific rank for the genus do not intend The Plant List to be complete for names of infraspecific rank.
These are primarily included because names of species rank are. Systematics of Pleurothallis subgenus Acianthera first century of new species of Stelis of Eduador. book --A second century of new species of Stelis Sw.
of Ecuador --Systematics of the genus Epibator (Orchidaceae) --Systematics of Ophidion (Orchidaceae) --Systematics of the genus Zootrophion (Orchidaceae) --Miscellaneous new species in Brachionidium, Dracula, Lepanthes, Octomeria. Stelis pachyphyta Luer & Hirtz Section Stelis Luer Photo courtesy of Walter Teague.
Common Name The Broad-Leafed Stelis. Flower Size.2" [5mm]. Found in Ecuador at elevations around to meters as a small sized, cool to cold growing epiphyte with short, erect, stout ramicauls enveloped basally by 2 to 3 large, loose tubualr sheaths and carrying a single, apical, erect.
Jump to Content Jump to Main Navigation. Home About us Subject Areas Contacts Advanced Search Help. A first century of new species of stelis of Ecuador (Icones pleurothallidinarum) Jan 1, by Carlyle A Luer Paperback. Methods.
We formally describe here Stelis zootrophionoides as a new species from Chiapas, Mexico. To determine its systematic position, we conducted a morphological comparison with other members of Pleurothallidinae and a phylogenetic analysis of nucleotide sequences from the plastid matK/trnK and trnL/trnF regions, as well as the nuclear ribosomal ITS region for 52 species of Pleurothallidinae.
A first century of new species of stelis of Ecuador (Icones pleurothallidinarum) by Carlyle A Luer () Steli d'erba sull'asfalto by Antonio Gagliardi (Jan 1, ) Wiki information Steli. About this book. Language: English. Bees belonging to the genus Stelis parasitize on other bee species and are therefore also called "cuckoo bees".The Cuckoo Bees of the Genus Stelis Panzer, in Europe, North Africa and the Middle East provides for the first time a comprehensive guide to the Stelis species of Europe, North Africa and the Middle East and summarises our knowledge on all.
Abstract. Stelis, one of the largest genera within Pleurothallidinae, was recently recircumscribed to include a few hundred more species, most of which had previously been assigned toa new phylogenetic analysis of Stelis and closely related genera based on DNA sequences from nuclear ITS and chloroplast matK, based on a much larger sample, is presented; it includes more.
Description: Pleurothallis subgenus Acianthera and three allied subgenera; A Second Century of New Species of Stelis of Ecuador; Epibator, Ophidion, Zootrophion.
Also includes addenda to Brachionidium, Dracula, Lepanthes, Platystele, Pleurothallis, Porroglossum, and Masdevallia. Additionally, new genera and combinations are presented. December References W3 Tropicos, Kew Monocot list, IPNI ; *Icones Pleurothallidinarum XXIV A First Century Of New Species of Stelis of Ecuador Part One Luer drawing fide; Libro Rojo de Plantas De Colombia Vol 6 Primera Parte Saenz ; Orchids Masdevallia with its segregates including Dracula Zelenko photo fide; AOS Bulletin Vol 88 #9 A First Century of New Species of Stelis of Ecuador.
Part One (Icones Pleurothallidinarum XXIV) Luer, Carlyle A. A second century of new species of Stelis of Ecuador.
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Icones Pleurothallidinarum (24) XXIV: A FIRST CENTURY OF NEW SPECIES OF STELIS OF ECUADOR, PART 1 (MSB 88) Ecuadorian Stelis is described, with a key to species. Each species is described and illustrated with a black-and-white drawing. Types and representative specimens are listed in the distribution, with a brief discussion of each species.
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Columns & Book Reviews Horti Selbyani: Pursuing a Purple Passion-Caucaea: A Perspective from Greenhouse and Field A First Century of New Species of Stelis of Ecuador by Carlyle A. Luer Icones Pleurothallidinarum XXIV: A First Century of New Species of Stelis of Ecuador by Carlyle A.
Luer (p. ) Review by: Ted Kellogg Number of species: Approximately species. The Monocot Checklist currently recognizes 66 distinct species. () Distribution: Central and South America. Most abundant in the Andes of Colombia and Ecuador. They are found in wet forests frommeters ( feet).
Kefersteinia andreetae - © Patricia Harding. Ten New Species of Stelis from California (Hymenoptera, Apoidea) Authors. Philip H Document Type. Article. Journal/Book Title/Conference. Journal of the New York Entomological Society. Volume. Publication Date. First Page. Last Page. Recommended Citation.
Timberlake, Philip H., "Ten New Species of Stelis from. A seriers that is close to the New species is the Breed series by Lora Leigh. flag * Chantelle AM -1 It's pretty good only she has published the first book then the fifth book thru to the ninety book.
So I my self am waiting for books to read in order. the first book is king. flag * Kellyking Griswold, T., and F. Parker. Stelis rozeni (new species) the first record of the parasitic bee genus Stelis from southern Africa (Hymenoptera: Megachilidae).
Journal of the Kansas Entomological Society A century of patents in the Netherlands: SDU, Den Haag,6 paperbacks samen in kartonnen cassette. Hardcover. Dedication in ink on the half-title, but otherwise the book is in very good condition. IS € 12, Berger & De Vries: A First Century of New Species of Stelis of Ecuador.
Part One (Icones Pleurothallidinarum XXIV. Five more new Teagueia species!: In Jan my friends R. and D. Kunstaetter and I trekked for nine days in the virtually unknown mountains south of the Rio Pastaza near my home in central Ecuador.
We found fourteen species of Teagueia, including five new species (see my Teagueia monograph for additional photos). Most of the new species grew. A First Century of New Species of Stelis of Ecuador Part 1; Addenda to the Lepanthes of Ecuador, Addenda to Barbosella, Dracula, Dresslerella, Lepanthopsis, Platystele, Pleurothallis, Restrepia, Scaphosepalum, Teagueia, and Trichosalpinx.
Monogr. New York History. In partnership with Cornell University Press who will now publish New York History, Dr.
Robert Chiles, Senior Lecturer in the History Department, University of Maryland, New. Stelis in Kew Science Plants of the World online. The Board of Trustees of the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew.
Published on the internet. Accessed: November Reference page. Govaerts, R. et al. Stelis in World Checklist of Selected Plant Families. The Board of Trustees of the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew. Published on the internet.
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Stelis papaquerensis Rchb.f. Stelis perpusilliflora – West Indian leach orchid Stelis porschiana – Porsch's stelis Stelis purpurea – purple stelis Stelis pygmaea – pygmy leach orchid Stelis triangulisepala – triangular sepal stelis Dr. Luer - Icones Pleurothallidinarum XXIV: A first century of new species of Stelis of Ecuador.
Part 1. Stelis ophioglossoides Type species. Stelis ornata. Stelis pachyglossa fig. Stelis palmeiraensis. first depiction of a Stelis Herbal Book of Johannes Theodorus Tabernaemontanus () Bolivia, Colombia, Ecuador, Peru. Selected Weblinks. Wikispecies has an entry on: Stelis (Orchidaceae).
On to the new orchids! First and foremost was an amazing evolutionary radiation my students and I discovered on the tops of the highest mountains in the area. A First Century of New Species of Stelis of Ecuador, Part 1. St. Louis: Missouri Botanical Garden: Lepanthes exigua Luer and Jost, p.
CultureShock! Ecuador is a must for anyone wishing to visit or settle in Ecuador. Packed with essential information, resource guides and language tips, this book covers every practicality, and provides an in-depth understanding of the people and culture of this diverse country which is also known for its Panama hats and many species of turtles.Stelis is a large genus of mainly epiphytic orchids containing about species widely distributed throughout much of South America, Central America, Mexico, the West Indies.
They are closely related to Pleurothallis and Masdevallia. The species within Stelis are some of the most taxonomically complex of all the orchids, however they have.