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"I think it is a useful addition to the literature both for scientists and growers and I can recommend it to both communities."--Phillip Cribb, Curtis's Botanical Magazine, September 1996--Phillip Cribb "Curtis's Botanical Magazine " "Readers will enjoy the author's zeal and love for orchids revealed by his breadth of knowledge and candid, unpretentious, and flowing style of writing."--Diane B.--Diane B. Rhodes "E-Streams " "Timber Press has done it again. The book is excellent, the copy is clear and the illustrations are clear. The entire six volume set should be part of the reference collection of anyone interested in cattleyas ... Congratulations to Timber Press for excellent additions to orchid literature. We look forward to others!"--Yoneo Sagawa, Hawaii Orchid Journal, December 2000--Yoneo Sagawa "Hawaii Orchid Journal " "Books such as this can only help fire the enthusiasm for amateur botanists and growers to cultivate more taxa and save the species by "ex situ" conservation."--S. L.--S. L. Jury "New Phytologist " "Dr. Withner brings clarity, precision and enthusiasm for this group of plants to our attention and his unparalleled experience provides a wealth of information about species old, new, 'lost', 'rediscovered', and rare."-- Joyce Stewart, Orchid Research Newsletter, August 2000--Joyce Stewart "Orchid Research Newsletter " "A pleasing, clear, instructive and to all appearances accurate book which is a bargain at the price ... This volume and the entire series are a credit to the author and well worth having and/or giving."--Joseph Arditti, Plant Science Bulletin, Summer 2001--Joseph Arditti "Plant Science Bulletin " "This book in six parts will appeal to botanists and orchid growers, both professional and hobbyist. Dr. Withner brings clarity, precision and enthusiasm for this group of plants to our attention, and his unparalleled experience provides a wealth of information about species old and new, 'lost', 'rediscovered', and rare."--Joyce Stewart, Plantsman, December 1994--Joyce Stewart "Plantsman "Reseña del editor:
THE CATTLEYAS AND THEIR RELATIVES
Volume IV: The Bahamian and Caribbean Species
This is the fourth volume in a landmark series of six books devoted to the genera of the Cattleya alliance. Carl Withner's extensive experience, study, and research give readers access to an unparalleled range of information about appearance, growth habit, incidence and cultivation of each species as he describes. In addition to his considerable expertise, Dr. Withner brings clarity, precision, order and enthusiasm to the complexities the genera present. The clear and detailed text is supported by photographs, type illustrations, and diagrams.
Useful both as a botanical and horticultural reference, this is the most complete and up-to-date work on the genera included. It presents information on 67 major and minor species from nine Caribbean genera: Broughtonia, Cattleyopsis, Domingoa, Encylia, Laeliopsis, Neocogniauxia, Psychilis, Quisqueya, and Tetramicra.With increasing interest in habitat survival and in the conservation of all species, avid orchid hobbyists increasingly wish to see and know more about these lesser-known taxa. Of special interest in this volume are the first thorough information on Tetramicra and the first-ever drawing of Encyclia angustifolia, an extremely rare species first collected in Jamaica 1788 but never before photographed or drawn for publication. The general run of taxa in this volume is not to be found in ordinary orchid books and will be of great interest to enthusiasts.
Writing in the American Orchid Society Bulletin, Rebecca Northern said of the first volume: "This is a book for all time. It and the five volumes to follow will form a grand addition to orchid libraries... (a) source of information for years to come." Withner's next volumes will include discussions of Mesoamerican and the remaining South American species. All those interested in the cattleyas and their relatives, from botanist to the professional grower to the hobbyist, will find Dr. Withner's work an invaluable resource.
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Buchbeschreibung Timber Press, Incorporated, 1996. Hardcover. Zustand: New. Never used!. Bestandsnummer des Verkäufers P110881923443
Buchbeschreibung Timber Press, Incorporated, 1996. Zustand: New. Joy Dabney (illustrator). book. Bestandsnummer des Verkäufers M0881923443
Buchbeschreibung Zustand: New. New. Bestandsnummer des Verkäufers S-0881923443