New Zealand ferns by Herbert Boucher Dobbie

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Published by Whitcombe & Tombs, limited in Auckland, London [etc.] .

Written in English

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  • Ferns -- New Zealand

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Statementphotographs by F. W. Birch.
The Physical Object
Pagination469 p.
Number of Pages469
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Open LibraryOL14182937M

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The book is divided into genera of 31 sections containg authenticated species and 24 authenticated varieties, additionally, at the friont is a list of ferns found only in New Zealand, a list of self-grown ferrs in Auckland from to and notes on fern cultivation.

The New Zealand national women's rugby union team, called the Black Ferns, represents New Zealand in women's rugby union, which is regarded as the country's national sport. The team has won five of the past six Women's Rugby World Cups.

They have an 87% winning record in test match rugby, and are the only women's international side with a winning record against every brokenrranch.comn(s): Lesley Elder. The largest ferns in New Zealand are the tree ferns. With a tall woody trunk up to 20 m in height and graceful arching fronds forming an umbrella-like canopy, the mamaku (Cyathea medullaris) is a truly spectacular plant, and a stand on a hillside is one of the more evocative sights in.

The Silver Ferns have emphatically booked their spot in the Netball Nations Cup final. Netball: Silver Ferns book spot in Nations Cup final with big win over Jamaica - NZ Herald New Zealand Herald.

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The specific requirements or preferences of your reviewing publisher, classroom teacher, institution or organization should be applied. There is nothing more evocative of New Zealand "bush" than ferns, from tall tree ferns to epiphytes and species which sprawl over the ground or nestle in the dim light of crevices.

This volume covers some species plus the 22 related plants known as "fern allies" to enable ready identification.

A rare, sixteen-page album of artistically arrayed and scientifically labeled New Zealand ferns by the award-winning botanical artist and entrepreneur Mary Ann Armstrong, known commercially as “Mrs.

Armstrong” (). Field's Ferns of New Zealand. Field's The Ferns of New Zealand and its Immediate Dependencies with Directions for their Collection and Cultivation was printed and published by A.D. Willis, Wanganui, inin conjunction with Griffith, Farren, Okeden and Welsh of London and Sydney.

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The book is titled New Zealand Ferns and contains 29 pressed fern cuttings from all over New Zealand which was made around years ago in Auckland, by Mr Eric Craig.

What New Zealand ferns book also come with this book is a bit of a family mystery. The inscription on the first page of the book gives us some clues. From the nomination made for Pat: "Pat has published over peer-reviewed scientific papers, mostly on the taxonomy, cytology, biogeography, and phylogeny of ferns.

Important among his outputs are the two editions ( and ) of the book New Zealand ferns book he authored, New Zealand ferns and allied plants. There were a number of exceptions like that among New Zealand's native vegetation, especially the shrubs and trees. New Zealand also has a great many trees, shrubs, and herbs from plant families that are utterly new and unfamiliar to me.

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One of the first tasks I undertook when I started working in the National Botanic Gardens in was to review the open access collection. Nov 12,  · A Natural History of Ferns is an entertaining and informative look at why ferns and their relatives are unique among plants.

Ferns live in habitats from the tropics to polar latitudes, and unlike seed plants, which endow each seed with the resources Cited by: NZ Fernz Ltd is a family business that started insupplying ferns to the Christchurch Market.

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- HB Dobbie. HB Dobbie publishes his book New Zealand Ferns. It is an entirely different book from the one he published in This new book contains good photographs of fern specimens, as well as details on.

Oparara Basin, New Zealand By Jarvis Lane Just north of Karamea, on the and is thickly carpeted with mosses and ferns that squeeze their root systems through cracks in the limestone to gain a hold.

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Summary - Ferns--New Zealand Book/Printed Material. Mar 01,  · Digital copy of a book by Eric Craig titled New Zealand Ferns owned by the San Jose State University Sharsmith Herbarium.

Ferns--New Zealand--Pictorial works, Ferns--New Zealand, Nature prints--New Zealand, Botany--Pictorial works, Rare booksth century, Botany, New Zealand Publisher Auckland, New Zealand Dobbie, H.

B Collection biodiversity Digitizing sponsor C & L Gregory Trust Contributor Auckland War Memorial Museum Tāmaki Paenga Hira Language English.

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Tall Ferns Head Coach Guy Molloy admitted to having mixed emotions after the game. “It’s certainly a bitter sweet feeling. For us in the United Kingdom, visiting New Zealand is rather like entering a parallel universe. On the surface, everything appears familiar, but look more closely and you notice subtle differences – an unusual plant, an outlandish insect or a brightly coloured bird – which tell you that you are in Start Date: Oct 26, May 09,  · The donor is Leonard Hugh Graham Greenwood, a New Zealander who took his degrees at the University of Canterbury, NZ, then King’s College, Cambridge, and was a distinguished Classics scholar at Emmanuel Flowers, Berries and Ferns is the only New Zealand book Leonard Greenwood donated to his college library.

The volume carries its. New Zealand ferns New Zealand has an unusually high number of fern species for a temperate country and about 40 per cent of these species occur nowhere else in the world. Freshwater algae Green slime and brown scum on stream beds is usually regarded as an unattractive nuisance however, it is a vital part of stream ecosystems.

Jan 25,  · Silver Ferns surge past Jamaica to win Nations Cup final The world champion Silver Ferns added another trophy to their cabinet after taking out the inaugural Vitality Netball Nations Cup with a hard-fought win over Jamaica in the final in London.

Jul 03,  · New Zealand plants for UK gardens - in pictures New Zealand plants for UK gardens - in pictures There are ferns taller than a double-decker bus and grassy perennials with leaves that are. Jul 18,  · Netball World Cup Australia edge New Zealand – as it happened Diamonds beat Silver Ferns in Liverpool Spearhead Caitlin Bassett shoots 37/41 at 90%Author: Megan Maurice.

Printed on the very first page of the New Zealand fern book is the business stamp of its creator - Mr Eric Craig of Princes St, Auckland. Eric Craig () was a collector, publisher and dealer of natural history and ethnography, who ran a curio business called “The fern and curiosity dealer” near to the old Auckland museum.

Dec 13,  · The USA and New Zealand have met 16 times in their history, with the World No 1 having won 14, drawn one and lost just once to the Ferns. They. New Zealand Black Ferns perform the Haka prior to the Women's Rugby World Cup Pool A, match between Canada and New Zealand Black Ferns at Billings Park UCB on August 17, in Dublin, Ireland.

Get premium, high resolution news photos at Getty Images. We also see former Black Ferns captain Fiao'o Fa'amausili, former All Black hero’s, Sir Michael Jones, Sir John Kirwin, David Kirk, Buck Shelford and Gary Whetton. We see some friendly faces from previous safety video’s, Israel Dagg and Stan Walker as well as some new faces such a George Gregan, Anton Leinert-Brown, Sam Cane and Ryan Crotty.

Mar 28,  · Then we open New Zealand Ferns and find a fern in the pages of the book. Dry and delicate, it is pressed with Emily’s drawing of the tree fern Dicksonia squarrosa. To judge by the frond formation the pressed fern is unlikely to be a Dicksonia, and yet there is a similarity, and in being placed alongside an actual fern Emily’s fern seems.

Nov 20,  · I had also asked to see the New Zealand Ferns book by Dobbie that was published inand became the authority on New Zealand ferns for over 50 years.

It's in black and white, and have jest learned that copies are available even now, and for Author: Pippa Moore. Book; entitled 'New Zealand Ferns' by E C Harris [Emily Harris].

A soft-covered booklet which contains fourteen pages of black and white illustrations of New Zealand native ferns, with Latin taxonomic names and descriptions. Published by H D Jackson in Nelson, circa Emily Cumming Harris (/37?) was an artist and illustrator, born in Plymouth, Devonshire, who immigrated to New.

“The Silver Ferns have had a great year and I would like to acknowledge the players for being amazing to coach, the support staff, Netball New Zealand and the tireless efforts that go in behind.Native ferns; Ferns of New Zealand [realia] New Zealand ferns [realia] Ferns, New Zealand, approximately ; Silver fern at Perth: the highlights of New Zealand participation at the 7th Empire Games / by Norman H.Winner Best Illustrated Non-fiction Book and Book of the Year at the NZ Post Book Awards!.

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