2 edition of Orchidaceae of Mexico found in the catalog.
Orchidaceae of Mexico
Louis Otho Williams
|Statement||L.O. Williams ; edited by Abdul Bari Awan.|
|Contributions||Awan, Abdul Bari.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||321 p. :|
|Number of Pages||321|
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The Orchids of Mexico and Guatemala is a lavishly illustrated orchid classic from the midth century. This book describes an orchid expedition and the adventures that collectors experienced in the New World. Forty orchids are featured with beautiful full color illustrations. This book is a revised and expanded edition of the original edition.3/5(7).
The Orchidaceae of Mexico and Guatemala. by Bateman, Jas. Publication date Topics Guatemala, Mexico, Orchidaceae, Plants Publisher London: Ridgway, Collection botanicus; biodiversity Digitizing sponsor Missouri Botanical Garden Contributor This book is available with additional data at Biodiversity Heritage Library.
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Open Library. Books by Language Additional Collections. Featured Full text of "The Orchidaceae of Mexico. The Orchidaceae of Mexico and Guatemala. London: J. Ridgway & Sons for the author,  Large 2 o ( x mm). 1-page subscriber's list; addenda & corrigenda slip bound at back.
Lithographic pictorial title, 40 FINE HAND-COLORED LITHOGRAPHIC PLATES, drawn on stone by P. Gauci after Miss S.A. Drake (16), Mrs. Pages in category "Orchids of Mexico" The following pages are in this category, out of total. This list may not reflect recent changes ().
New York: Johnson Reprint, facsimile. Folio, 40 colour plates. Publisher's green cloth, limited to numbered copies, a fine copy. First published The Orchidaceae of Mexico and Guatemala. Author: Bateman, James Title: The Orchidaceae of Mexico and Guatemala Publication: NY/ Amsterdam: Johnson Reprint Company/ Theatrum Orbis Terrarum, .
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Books and Publications The Wild Orchids of Arizona and New Mexico The Wild Orchids of Arizona and New Mexico The southwestern region of the United States is a great floral crossroads, with species of wildflowers associated with the north and south converging in the diverse flora described in this book.
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The Orchidaceae of Mexico and Guatemala is truly a scientific, bibliographic, and artistic marvel. Through its unique blend of scientific information, awe-inspiring illustrations, and unexpected humor, Bateman’s orchid masterpiece stands out as Author: Grace Costantino.
The Orchidaceae Of Mexico And GuatemalaThis work has been selected by scholars as being culturally important, and is part of the knowledge base of civilization as we know it. This work was reproduced from the original artifact, and remains as true to the original work as possible.
Description: The Orchids of Mexico and Guatemala is a lavishly illustrated orchid classic from the midth century. This book describes an orchid expedition and the adventures that collectors experienced in the New World.
of Guatemala were in cultivation in England, having first flowered at Knypersley* His Orchidaceae of Mexico and Guatemala, perhaps the greatest botanical book in point of.
Orchids have three pistils and three stamens, but they differ from other flowers, which present these elements as separate units, in that orchids have them fusioned into one structure called column or gynostemium, located in the center of the labelum, that usually showy and colored lip we admire in the flower.
Orchidaceae, a family of monocotyledonous, angiospermic flowering plants, is the most species-rich family in the world with approximat, species. The Orchidaceae of Mexico and Guatemala. London: J. Ridgway & Sons for the author,  Large 2° ( x mm). subscriber's list, addenda & corrigenda slip bound with index to the plates.
Lithographic pictorial title, 40 FINE HAND-COLOURED LITHOGRAPHIC PLATES, one uncoloured plan of 'epiphyte-houses' and 38 wood-engraved. BATEMAN, JAMESThe Orchidaceae of Mexico and Guatemala.
London: J. Ridgway Sons for the author, Folio (28 3/4 x 20 3/4 in.; x mm). Lithographic pictorial title, 40 hand-colored lithographic plates drawn on stone by P.
Gauci after Miss S.A. Drake (16), Mrs. Augusta Withers (21), Miss Jane Edwards (1), Samuel Holden (1), and one unsigned, one. He formed outstanding collection consisting of over 1, colour-plate books, illuminated manuscripts, and fine bindings.
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[email protected] Retail store N. Belmont Ave. Richmond, VA (ORCH) fax James Bateman, a wealthy English orchid collector, was responsible for the creation of The Orchidaceae of Mexico and Guatemala, the subject of a unique exhibition currently on display at the Missouri Botanical Garden.
Bateman wrote the text and commissioned the illustrations for the book, most of which depicted orchids that had never bloomed in. The Orchidaceae of Mexico and Guatemala has been noted as the "holy grail of orchid books," and about ten years ago, an original folio of this work was sold at auction for $, The only original your editor has ever seen of this work was the copy in the library of the Marie Selby Botanical Garden.
The Orchids of Mexico and Guatemala was one of the most revolutionary orchid books of it's time when it was first published in the midth century. Only copies of the first edition were ever produced. Fortunately, a new softcover edition is now available for purchase. : Orchids of Mexico () by Eric Hagsater; Robert L.
Dressler; Rolando Jimenez; Gerado Salazar Marco Lopez; Miguel Soto and a great selection of similar New, Used and Collectible Books available now at great Range: $ - $ The Orchidaceae of Mexico and Guatemala (Book): Bateman, Jas. A group of people trying to lift the book 'The Orchidaceæ of Mexico & Guatemala Names James Ridgway and Sons (Publisher) Gauci, Maxim (Lithographer) Bateman, Jas.
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1 Bateman The Orchidaceae of Mexico and Guatemala.- title 2, × 2,; MB. Along with Augusta Innes Baker Withers, she illustrated “what is probably the finest, and certainly the largest, botanical book ever produced with lithographic plates, James Bateman’s Orchidaceae of Mexico and Guatemala ()” (Blunt).
The exceptional quality of her work gave her wide recognition. James Bateman - The Orchidaceae of Mexico and Guatemala (1 P, F) James Bateman - A Second Century of Orchidaceous Plants () (1 C, 1 P, F) James Bateman - A Monograph of Odontoglossum () (1 C, 1 P, 46 F).
Distribution and habitat: Mexico and Mexico it was previously known from the Central Plateau and the Sierra Madre of Chiapas (Cabrera,Soto, ).In Oaxaca the species was discovered at the Sierra Atravesada (), where it grows as an epiphyte in the evergreen seasonal forest, at almost 1, m asl, and coexists with other orchids such as Cited by: 1.
Regarding orchids, the richness in the Tacana-Boqueron region is one of the highest for Mexico, and to date there have been 96 genera and almost species reported (Cruz, ; Jimenez, ). The continuous botanical exploration in this region and search for orchids has provided plant material on which some species have recently been.
Description and citations (where present) Salzmann et al. ( ) One third of the Orchidaceae, around species, are considered to be deceptive (Ackerman, ;Nilsson, ) and do not Author: Robert Dressler. Horticultural experts were called in to help identify and classify the orchids, artists were commissioned to record them for posterity and Bateman began to write books about his botanical obsession.
Chief among his written output was a jumbo folio work on the orchids of Mexico and Guatemala, published for subscribers during the years The Orchidaceae of Mexico and Guatemala Author Bateman, James Format/binding Book condition Used - Fine Jacket condition No Jacket Edition Facsimile Reprint Binding Unknown ISBN 10 ISBN 13 Publisher Johnson Reprint Corporation Place of Publication New York This edition first published Bookseller catalogs Mexico.
The orchid family, Orchidaceae, is the largest of the plant families, containing more species than bird and mammal species combined. Orchids were first described and reported by Charles Darwin during his journey around South America, but are now found in every habitat around the globe (except glaciers).“The Librarian’s Nightmare.” Such is the name given to a delightful and quirky vignette found within a very rare, and very special, orchid book: James Bateman’s The Orchidaceae of Mexico and Guatemala ().
This vignette, the work of caricaturist George Cruikshank, depicts a group of men struggling to lift an enormous book using a pulley system while a harried.
As more and more orchids arrived in England, the flower became further coded. Any old gardener could grow a rose bush, but to grow an orchid you needed a greenhouse — and connections.
James Bateman’s book The Orchidaceae of Mexico and Guatemala speculated that “Orchido-Mania” pervaded all classes, but especially the “upper.