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Hooker, G.J.
Hooker, Gulielmus Jackson
Hooker, W.J.
Hooker, W. J. (Sir)
Hooker, William Jackson
Hooker, William Jackson ((botanist))
Hooker, William Jackson (Sir)
Hooker, William (Sir)
Jackson Hooker, William
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Arnott, George Arnold Walker
Baker, J.G. (1834-1920)
Baker, John Gilbert (1834-1920)
Baker, John Gilbert (1834-1920))
Bentham, George (1800-1884)
Fitch, W.H. (1817-1892)
Fitch, Walter Hood (1817-1892)
Hooker, J.D. (1817-1911)
Hooker, Joseph Dalton
Hooker, Joseph Dalton (1817-1911)
Smith, James Edward (1759-1828)
Taylor, Thomas (1786-1848)
Wilson, William (1799-1871)
Bot. misc.
Botanical miscellany.
Botany of captain beechey's voyage comprising an acount of the plants collected by messrs. lay and collie, and other officers of the expedition, during the voyage to the pacific and behring's strait, performed in his majesty's ship blossom, under the command of captain f.w. beechey ... in the years 1825, 26, 27, and 28
British ferns, or, colored figures and descriptions with the needful analyses of the fructification and venation of the ferns of great britain and ireland systematically arranged
British flora comprising the phaenogamous or flowering plants and the ferns
British Jungermanniae being a history and description with colored figures of each species of the genus and microscopical analyses of the parts
Companion to the "Botanical magazine" being a journal containing such interesting botanical information, as does not come within the prescribed limits of the magazine ; with occasional figures
Copy of a letter addressed to Dawson Turner ... on the occasion of the death of the Duke of Bedford : particularly in reference to the services rendered by His Grace to botany and horticulture
Curtis's botanical magazine
encyclopaedia of geography, comprising a complete description of the earth, physical, statistical, civil and political, exhibiting its relation to the heavenly bodies, its physical structure, An : the natural history of each country and the industry, commerce, political institutions and civil and social state of all nations.
English flora of Sir James Edward Smith., The
Filices exoticæ, or Coloured figures and descriptions of exotic ferns : chiefly of such as are cultivated in the Royal gardens of Kew
Flora boreali-americana, or, The botany of the northern parts of British America compiled principally from the plants collected by Dr. Richardson & Mr. Drummond on the late northern expeditions under command of Captain Sir John Franklin R.N. : to which are added (by permission of the Horticultural Society of London) those of Mr. Douglas from north-west America and of other naturalists
Flora Londinensis: containing a history of the plants indigenous to Great Britain, illustrated by figures of the natural size
Flora scotica or, a description of Scottish plants, arranged both according to the artificial and natural methods. In two parts
Floræ austral viti, Kerguel born
genera filicum
Hooker's exotic flora
Icones filicum ad eas potissimum species illustrandas destinatæ, quæ hactenus, vel in herbariis delituerunt prorsus incognitae, vel saltem nondum per icones botanicis innotuerunt Figures and descriptions of ferns, principally of such as have been altogether unnoticed by botanists, or as have not yet been correctly figured
Icones florae boreali-americanae : plantae canadenses et articae
Icones plantarum
Illustrations of the ferns, and other allied genera
introduction to the study of botany, An
Journal of a tour in Iceland in the summer of 1809
Journal of botany., The
Kew Gardens or a popular guide to the Royal Botanic gardens of Kew
Medical botany: containing systematic and general descriptions, with plates of all the medicinal plants, indigenous and exotic, comprehended in the catalogues of the materia medica, as published by the Royal Colleges of Physicians of London and Edinburgh: together with most of the principal medicinal plants not included in those pharmocopoeias. Accompanied with a circumstantial detail of their medicinal effects, and of the diseases in which they have been most successfully employed.
Musci exotici. - 1818 -
Musci exotici; containing figures and descriptions of new or little known foreign mosses and other cryptogamic subjects
Musci Nepalenses; or Descriptions of several new mosses from Nepal
Muscologia Britannica
Niger flora, or, An enumeration of the plants of Western Tropical Africa
Paradisus Londinensis, The : containing plants cultivated in the vicinity of the Metropolis
Plantae cryptogamicae quas in plaga orbis novi aequinoctiali collegerunt Alexander de Humboldt et Amat. Bonpland
Report on the progress and condition of the Royal Gardens of Kew, from 1853 to 1859
residence at Nagasaki and Hakodate in 1859-1860 with an account of Japan generally, A
Rhododendrons of Sikkim-Himalaya; being an account, botanical and geographical, of the Rhododendrons recently discovered in the mountains of eastern Himalaya, from drawings and descriptions made on the spot, during a government botanical mission to that country, The
second century of ferns being figures with brief descriptions of one hundred new, or rare, or imperfectly known species of ferns from various parts of the world, A
Species filicum; being descriptions of the known ferns, particulary of such as exist in the author's herbarium, or are with sufficient accuracy described in works to which he has had access : accompanied with numerous figures
Supplement to the English botany of the late Sir J.E. Smith and Mr. Sowerby : the descriptions, synonyms, and places of growth
Synopsis filicum, or, A synopsis of all known ferns : including the Osmundaceæ, Schizæaceæ, Marattiaceæ, and Ophioglossaceæ (chiefly derived from the Kew Herbarium), accompanied by figures representing the essential characters of each genus