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by Mason E. Hale

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  • ISBN 0697048225
  • ISBN13 978-0697048226
  • Author Mason E. Hale
  • Publisher WCB/McGraw-Hill; First Edition The Pictured Key Nature Series edition (May 13, 1969)
  • Formats mbr rtf txt lrf
  • Category Math
  • Subcategory Biological Sciences
  • Size ePub 1795 kb
  • Size Fb2 1819 kb
  • Rating: 4.5
  • Votes: 950

1969, PP.166, Line Specimen Drawings, B & W Photos, With Distribution Maps, An Illustrated Key To The Most Common Species Of Lichen

by Mason Hale (Author), John Bamrick (Author), Edward Cawley (Author), Wm. Jaques (Author) & 1 more.

by Mason Hale (Author), John Bamrick (Author), Edward Cawley (Author), Wm. The 13-digit and 10-digit formats both work.

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Lichens - United States - Identification, Lichens - North America - Identification. Books for People with Print Disabilities. Oliver Wendell Holmes Library.

How to know the lichens. ME Hale, CA Raiborn, J Prather-Kinsey. WC Brown Company, 1979. A Monograph of the Lichen Genus Pseudoparmelia Lynge (Parmeliaceae). ME Hale Jr. Smithsonian contributions to botany, 1976. A Synopsis of the Lichen Genus Xanthoparmelia (Vainio) Hale (Ascomycotina, Parmeliaceae). Smithsonian contributions to botany, 1990.

New Biological Books. Henry A. Imshaug, "How to Know the Lichens.

Mason Hale was primarily a taxonomist, but his taxonomic framework and methodology for describing new . These books contained keys to genera and species such as How to know the Lichens and Lichens of California

Mason Hale was primarily a taxonomist, but his taxonomic framework and methodology for describing new species was dependent on modern technology. These books contained keys to genera and species such as How to know the Lichens and Lichens of California. An important symposia on current topics was The Lichens. Introductory texts to lichen study include Biology of Lichens. Hale and Culberson also compiled the first checklist to North American lichens and lichenicolous fungi in 1956

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Because lichens are extremely sensitive to air pollution, their absence can be used as a measure of how much an area is polluted. A good reference for learning more about lichens is How to know the lichens by Mason E. Hale

Because lichens are extremely sensitive to air pollution, their absence can be used as a measure of how much an area is polluted. Hale. The book also contains a pictured key for the identification of common foliose and fructicose lichens.

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Vobei
Until recently (Brodo et al) one of the few classics on the subject and still very useful since illustrations cut to the essence in a way photos, no matter how stunning don't always do. Very readable and portable - tuck it in your pack take it in the field.
Hasirri
this is a classic text for keying lichens, not probably a good choice for youngsters or those with no science/botany background, but if you're detail-oriented, this book is for you!
Gavidor
Good reference for beginners in lichen identification, I would like to have this version for kindle. Easy to understand, impressive content with a lot of lichen, and beauty draws