Fb2 Brambles of the British Isles (The Ray Society) ePub
by A. Newton,E. S. Edees
|Author:||A. Newton,E. S. Edees|
|Publisher:||Ray Society (December 1, 1988)|
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|ePub eBook:||1583 kb|
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amp;Newton A. (1988):Brambles of the British Isles. The Ray Society, London. Helminger T. (1992): Liste der in Luxemburg wildwachsenden Brombeeren (Rubus L. subgenusRubus). Soc. Nat. Luxembourg 93: 99–111. Holub J. (1992): A preliminary checklist ofRubus species occurring in the Czech Republic. (1995): . ubus . ostružiník (maliník, moruška, ostružinec, ostružinfček). In:Slavík B. (re. :Květena České republiky 4 (Flora of the Czech Republic 4), Academia, Praha, pp. 54–206.
Brambles of the British Isles (Edees & Newton 1988) is the essential text, but the following notes have. been prepared to aid botanists tempted to take up a study of the genus. Identification difficulties are due. to: i) The large number of named taxa, c. 325, in the British Isles and perhaps 200 or more forms which. remain unidentified or undescribed. Given this situation it is not surprising that it is necessary in most.
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The British Isles have witnessed intermittent periods of competition and cooperation between the people that occupy the various parts of Great Britain, the Isle of Man, Ireland, the Bailiwick of Guernsey.
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In his introduction Neil Oliver calls the British ‘a lucky, blessed people’, and his book holds up a mirror to that national self-image. A book to have in the glove-box when touring the British Isles. Oliver’s timeline journey travels from prehistoric footprints off the Norfolk coast to the Ozymandias folly of the Millennium Dome, from a tiny, exquisite jewel crafted for King Alfred the Great to great enigmatic stone forts in the West of Ireland that are being eaten by the sea. Stories we have been telling ourselves for thousands of years are falling on deaf ears or being forgotten, says Oliver .