|Title:||Wayside And Woodland Ferns: A Pocket Guide To The British Ferns, Horsetails And Clubmosses|
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Publication date 1922. Topics Ferns - Great Britain. Publisher London : Warne. Collection cdl; americana. Digitizing sponsor MSN. Contributor University of California Libraries. Call number srlf ucla:LAGE-3246343.
A Pocket Guide to British Wild Flowers, for the Country Rambler. First and Second Series. With clear Descriptions of 760 Species. And Coloured Figures of 257 Species by MABEL E. STEP. Wayside and woodland trees. A Pocket Guide to the British Sylva. With 175 Plates from Water colour Drawings by MABEL E. STEP and Photographs by HENRY IRVING and the Author. Author of "Wayside and woodland blossoms" "The romance of wild flowers" "Shell life" etc. With one hundred and seventy five plates from water colour drawings by mabel e. London frederick warne & co. and new york. All rights reserved ).
The butterflies of the british isles. A Pocket Guide for the Country Rambler. With clear Descriptions and Life Histories of all the Species. By RICHARD SOUTH, . With 450 Coloured Figures photographed from Nature, and numerous. Black and White Drawings. The moths of the british isles. First and Second Series). A Complete Pocket Guide to all the Species included in the Groups. formerly known as Macro-lepidoptera. and where the young tree had room all its life to throw out its arms as it would; the little cluster of Birches that springs from the ferns and moss of the hillside. All trees so grown develop an individuality that is not apparent in their fellows of the timber forest; and however we may delight in the peace and quiet of the forest, with its softened light and cool fragrant air, we can there only regard the trees in a mass.
A Pocket Guide to the British Ferns, Horsetails and Club-Mosses. With Coloured Figures of every Species by MABEL E. And 67 Photographs by the Author. The butterflies of the british isles. With 450 Coloured Figures photographed from Nature, and numerous Black and White Drawings. A Complete Pocket Guide to all the Species included in the Groups formerly known as Macro-lepidoptera
Wayside and woodland ferns. Wayside and woodland ferns Close. 1 2 3 4 5. Want to Read. Wayside and woodland ferns: a pocket guide to the British ferns, horsetails and club-mosses. 1922, Frederick Warne.
Wayside and woodland ferns; a pocket guide to the British ferns, horsetails and clubmosses. Wayside and woodland trees: A pocket guide to the British sylva. Related authors: Harold Simpson3 books in pdf formatHenry Biddall Swanzy1 book in pdf formatBenjamin Leonard D'Ooge1 book in pdf format On December 17, 1835.
Find nearly any book by Edward Step (page 3). Get the best deal by comparing prices from over 100,000 booksellers. Favourite Flowers of Garden and Greenhouse Volume 1. by Edward Step. ISBN 9781290008891 (978-1-290-00889-1) Softcover, HardPress Publishing, 2012.
Step E. (1908) Wayside and Woodland Ferns: A Guide to the British Ferns, Horsetails, and Club-Mosses, Frederick Warne & Co. Lt. London & NY: 144 pp. Step E. (1910) Nature in the Garden, (2 volumes) Frederick Warne & Co. London & NY. (1913) Messmates: A Book of Strange Companionships in Nature, Hutchinson & Co. London: 220 pp. (1913) Toadstools and Mushrooms of the Countryside: A Pocket Guide to the Larger Fungi, Frederick A. Stokes C. also Hutchinson & C. London: 143 pp. Knight . amp; Step E. (1913) Popular Botany: The Living Plant.
of the British Isles', Field Studies 8 (1992), 101-88 Phillips, Roger, Grasses, Ferns, Mosses & Lichens of Great Britain and Ireland (London, 1980) Step, Edward, Wayside and Woodland Ferns: a Pocket Guide to the British Ferns, Horsetails and Club-Mosses (London, 1908) Willis, . Shaw (Cambridge, 1973). Freethy, . British Ferns (Marlborough, 1987) Page, . The Ferns of Britain and Ireland (Cambridge, 1982). 3 Fern-Names (Names of individual ferns can be found in Section . 0).