5 edition of Native orchids of the Eastern Caribbean found in the catalog.
|Series||Caribbean pocket natural history series|
|LC Classifications||QK495.O64 K399 1988|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 88 p. :|
|Number of Pages||88|
|LC Control Number||98112525|
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Native Orchids of the Eastern Caribbean (Caribbean Pocket Natural History Series) by Julian S. Kenny (Author) out of 5 stars 1 rating. ISBN ISBN Why is ISBN important.
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Native orchids of the Eastern Caribbean. [J S Kenny] Book: All Authors / Contributors: J S Kenny. Find more information about: ISBN: OCLC Number: Eastern Caribbean region -- Orchids. Confirm this request. You may have already requested this item. Please select Ok if you would like to proceed with this request.
Native Orchids of Trinidad and Tobago provides detailed descriptions of the native species and varieties of orchids from Trinidad and Tobago. The Orchidaceae is the largest family of flowering plants with betw known species and varieties in from to genera; and new ones are being discovered by almost every botanical expedition to tropical Edition: 1.
Julian Kenny was a former professor of zoology at the Trinidad campus of the University of the West Indies. His books include His books include Native Orchids of the Eastern Caribbean; Views from the Bridge (on freshwater fish); Views from the Ridge (exploration in natural history) ; Flowers of Trinidad and Tobago ; and A Naturalist’s Notes: the Biological Diversity of Trinidad & Tobago.
Resources. The following books are about Caribbean Orchids. Native Orchids of North America by Donovan Stewart Correll. The Native Orchids of Florida; Carlyle Luer.
Native Orchids of the Eastern Caribbean; Julian Kenny Flora of the Lesser Antilles/Orchidaceae; Howard, RichardA., Garay &. His nature photography constitutes one of the most important collections in the Caribbean. He has written extensively about Native orchids of the Eastern Caribbean book natural history of Trinidad and Tobago, for both academic and popular audiences.
His books include Native Orchids of the Eastern Caribbean and Views From the Ridge. "The Native Orchids of Florida" by Carlyle Luer was a book I much coveted when I lived in Florida. It was full of excellent color photographs taken by the author, along with detailed descriptions and distribution notes.
This is still a standard text and should be owned by anybody interested in the native species of Orchidaceae in the Sunshine Reviews: 7. by P.O. Stiling (), Native Orchids of the Eastern Caribbean by Julian Kenny (), a new addition of The Birds of Trinidad and Tobago by Richard ffrench (), and the smaller Birds of Trinidad and Tobago by the same author ().
Now we have this Guide to the Wild Flowers of Trinidad and Tobago by Julian Duncan. is a well-produced and attractive little book. Native Orchids of the Eastern Caribbean (Caribbean Pocket Natural History Series) (, ISBN ) Views from the Ridge ( reprint, ISBN ) Flowers of Trinidad & Tobago (, ISBN ) Orchids of Trinidad & Tobago (, ISBN ).
Orchids of Manitoba, a field guide (2nd edition) Consider giving one to the orchidiphile on your gift list. “It is an excellent book and will provide a lot of enjoyment to those of us who love Manitoba wild plants” (Dr.
Richard Staniforth, Professor Emeritus, Botany, University of Winnipeg). “This book was applauded 11. The following writers had less than 4 books published: Molly Ahye - Golden Heritage: The Dance in Trinidad and Tobago (); Cradle of Caribbean Dance: Beryl McBurnie and the Little Carib Theatre () Also: Dancer; Riad Ali - A Distant Amber (); Shafeeza Ali-Motilal - Pride of Preysal - The Inshan Ali Story (); Lisa Allen-Agostini - Trinidad Noir () with Jeanne Mason; The.
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InRobert Lawrence wrote a book titled Start with the Leaves, a beginners guide to orchids and lillies of the Adelaide Bates, editor of South Australia’s Native Orchidsuggested that the next title should be End with the another field guide has not been written but following Bob’s suggestion, it might be interesting to see how far one can go with orchid.
is a platform for academics to share research papers. His books include Native Orchids of the Eastern Caribbean; Views from the Bridge (on freshwater fish); Orchids of Trinidad and Tobago; Flowers of Trinidad and Tobago; and A Naturalist’s Notes: the Biological Diversity of Trinidad & Tobago.
He passed away in August, Orchids of the Northern Caribbean. likes. A place to share pictures, ideas and helpful hints for starting and enjoying your orchids. Find great deals on eBay for native orchids and succulents. Shop with confidence. Flowers of Trinidad and Tobago explores the unusually diverse flora of this unique Caribbean country through over stunning colour photographs from the authors personal collection.
This high-quality hardback publication is a celebration of form, colour and fragance of the tropical flowers of Trinidad &. The Native Orchids of Florida book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers.
Many color and black and white pictures and illustrations. P 4/5(2). Buy Fruit Trees of the Caribbean: NHBS - Sandra Hewitt, Macmillan Caribbean Birds of the Eastern Caribbean.
£ More Info. Birds of Trinidad and Tobago. £ More Info. Marine Life of the Caribbean. £ How to Grow Native Orchids in Gardens Large and Small. £ More Info. The Wildlife Pond Book. £ £. An underwater diver and nature photographer, Kenny has extensively photographed native wildlife, coral reefs, and natural landscapes.
He authored several books that feature these photographs, including “Views from the Ridge” and “The Native Orchids of the Eastern Caribbean”.The two types of orchids: 1. Terrestrials. Terrestrials are the most common type of Australian native orchids and make up 75 per cent of our native orchids.
They grow in the ground and are usually deciduous, meaning they diminish to an underground tuber during the dry, Australian summer and then flower in cooler, moist periods.The North American Native Orchid Journal (ISSN ) is a publication devoted to promoting interest and knowledge of the native orchids of North America.
A limited number of the print version of each issue of the Journal are available upon request and electronic versions are available to all interested persons or institutions free of charge.