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New genera and species of Bambusaceae from eastern Asia

Floyd Alonzo McClure

New genera and species of Bambusaceae from eastern Asia

by Floyd Alonzo McClure

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Published by Lingnan University in Canton, China .
Written in English

    Places:
  • East Asia.
    • Subjects:
    • Bamboo.,
    • Grasses -- East Asia.

    • Edition Notes

      Cover-title.

      Statementby F.A. McClure.
      SeriesLingnan University science bulletin ;, no. 9
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsQK495.G74 M25
      The Physical Object
      Pagination67 p.
      Number of Pages67
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL6421386M
      LC Control Number41017151
      OCLC/WorldCa30853430

      Monograph of the Bambusaceae, including descriptions of all the species. [East Ardsley, Wakefield, Eng.] S.R. Publishers ; [New York] Johnson Reprint Corp., (OCoLC) At the continental scale, East Asia has and times as many genera and species, respectively, as North America. The northern part of East Asia has times as many species as the northern part of North America. At the genus level, the northern part of East Asia is less diverse than the northern part of North America by a factor of ThisCited by:

      By Peter Cameron, Published on 08/01/ Recommended Citation. Cameron, Peter, "Descriptions of Three new Genera and Seven new Species of Hymenoptera from Eastern Asia and Australia" ().Cited by: 2. Genus: Loukashkinia. Name. Loukashkinia Skvortzov, [] References. Skvortzov, B.V. ( []). New and rare Flagellatae from Manchuria, Eastern Asia. Philippine Journal of Science –,. Skvortzov, B.V. (). The list of new genera and type species of flagellates and algae published in –

      China, in Hongkong and the New Territories, and carried on detailed taxonomic studies and published papers on economic botany and bamboos. Many en-deavors in the years of turmoil were delayed or laid aside for work with refugees. This China period ended when he was recalled to the United States in * Museum of Natural History. This genus was first known only from fossil remains and was thought to be Sequoia. In , soon after botanists recognized it as a new genus (Metasequoia), a stand of living trees was discovered in central China. This genus, which once covered Asia, Europe, and North America, is now represented in the wild by only about 5, individuals in China.


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New genera and species of Bambusaceae from eastern Asia by Floyd Alonzo McClure Download PDF EPUB FB2

The Bambuseae are the most diverse tribe of bamboos in the grass family ().They consist of woody species from tropical regions, including some giant sister group are the small herbaceous bamboos from the tropics in tribe Olyreae, while the temperate woody bamboos (Arundinarieae) are more distantly Bambuseae fall into two clades, corresponding to species from the Clade: Tracheophytes.

New genera and species of Bambusaceae from eastern Asia. Sci. Bull. Lingnan Univ. 9: 1– On the problems of the classification of Chinese bamboos with creeping rhizomes Article. Two new monotypic genera, Bergbambos and Oldeania are described for African temperate bamboo species in the tribe Arundinarieae, after a comparison of their morphological characteristics with those of similar species from Asia.

Morphological differences are supported by their isolated geographical by:   Nakai T () Two new genera of Bambusaceae with special remarks on the related genera growing in eastern Asia. J Arnold Arbor – Google Scholar Nakai T () Bambusaceae in Japan by: The Biodiversity Heritage Library works collaboratively to make biodiversity literature openly available to the world as part of a global biodiversity community.

names for easy reference. BPG () estimated that there were 1, species of bamboo, but the Vorontsova et al. () checklist documents 1, species, a significant increase. In part this is due to the continued description of new species, but it also represents a more accurate genus by genus estimate with input from specialists.

of new species, mostly from Eastern Asia, and Northern America (Wilson ). In addition, horticultural use and the introduction of a new generation of cultivars required an update of the classification. Various authors created several new systems and categories, where even some influence of different scientific tradition can be Size: 1MB.

DIAGNOSES OF NEW SPECIES AND A NEW GENUS or MOLLUSKS FROM THE REIGEN MAZATLAN COLLECTION: WITH AN ACCOUNT OF ADDITIONAL SPECIMENS PRESENTED TO THE BRITISH MUSEUM DESCRIPTIONS OF FOUR NEW SPECIES OF BIRDS FROM EASTERN ASIA. VolumePage If you are generating a PDF of a journal article or book chapter, please feel free to.

Temperate Zone genera of plants that are disjunct between similar environments in eastern Asia and eastern North America (EAS-ENA) have twice as many species in Asia as in North by:   Douglas K a. Asia’s mysterious role in the early origins of humanity – Bizarre fossils from China are revealing our species’ Asian origins and rewriting the story of human evolution.

New Scientist Jul. 4, Douglas K b. How fossils found in Asia could rewrite history of human evolution and migration out of Africa. A new combination, Bambusa membranacea (Muntro) Stapleton and N.H. Xia, is made for a widespread and economically important bamboo from Burma, Indo-China, and Yunnan Province of China.

A new genus is recognized on the basis of wind‐dispersed fruits from the Eocene of western North America and Miocene of eastern Asia. The fruits consist of an accrescent hypogynous calyx of five obovate sepals and one or more globose fruit bodies. Although the fossils were formerly placed in the extant genera Porana (Convolvulaceae) and Astronium (Anacardiaceae), our investigation of Cited by: Nakai, T.

Two new genera of Bambusaceae, with special remarks on the related genera growing in eastern Asia. Journal of Arnold Arboretum Nakai, T. Nowitates Bambusacearum in Imperio Japonic recemtissime detectae (III). Japanese Journal of Botany. texts All Books All Texts latest This Just In Smithsonian Libraries FEDLINK Eighteen new species and one new genus of birds from eastern Asia and the Aleutian Islands Eighteen new species and one new genus of birds from eastern Asia and the Aleutian Islands.

The ring-cupped oaks (synonym genus Cyclobalanopsis).Eastern and southeastern Asia. They are distinct from subgenus Quercus in that they have acorns with distinctive cups bearing concrescent rings of scales; they commonly also have densely clustered acorns, though this does not apply to all of the species.

About species. Selected species. Quercus acuta — Japanese evergreen oak. Brachypalpus (Brachypalpus) longifacies sp.

nov. is described and illustrated from Eastern Asia (Russian Far East and Japan). It differs from other species of the nominative subgenus by several unusual characters, i.e.

face in profile weakly convex dorsally and concave ventrally, antennae very elongated, and abdomen with reddish transversal maculae on 2nd tergum (male) or 2nd and 3rd terga Cited by: 1. Tn their monograph, Species Pools of seeds plants in Eastern Asia and North America, Drs.

Li and Adair present a comprehensive analysis ofdata collected during a ten-yearstudy involv plant species in eastern Asia and North America.

Rigorous taxonomic analyses of species richness distributions, life formCited by: 3. The species currently included in Bambusa are native to subtropical and tropical areas of the Old World, mainly in South-East Asia and the central, eastern and southern parts of China (Ohrnberger, ).

Bonia Balansa was described from material collected in Vietnam (Balansa, ). It differs from other bamboos by the 1 cm long rachilla Cited by:   Present-day relict species richness patterns in East Asia. Among the examined relict genera of East Asia, 98% are woody taxa and 2% are by: Six new genera, 63 new species and one new subspecies are illustrated.

Most articles cover the fauna of eastern and south-eastern Asia; new taxa described from Burma, Cambodia, China, Indonesia (Sumatra, Sulawesi), Nepal, the Solomon Islands, Sri Lanka, Taiwan, Thailand, and Vietnam (and two from Iran).Includes the first part of an Atlas of the.

Fifteen genera are recognized, including several genera recently described in China and one new genus. In Part I delimitation of the Himalayan bamboo subtribes and genera is discussed, and a key to the genera is by:   A new species of the genus Dicyphus Fieber, (Heteroptera: Miridae) from the Far East of Russia and notes on taxonomical position of Cyrtopeltis miyamotoi (Yasunaga, ) comb.

n. — Russian Entomological Journal – [in Russian]Author: Tomohide Yasunaga.arated regions. Nuttall's comments (pp.) under Chimaphila, a genus in which he recognized two species, C.

umbellata and C. maculata, are especially insightful: "Indigenous also to the North West Coast of America.- Menzies. Probably both species of the genus will be found also in East Asia .