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  • Author:
    Phillip Cribb
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    0881924032
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    978-0881924039
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    Timber Press, Incorporated; Reprint Edition edition (September 1, 1997)
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The Genus Cypripedium book.

The Genus Cypripedium book. In this monograph, distinguished author Phillip Cribb has considered the history, biology, evolution, conservation, cultivation, and classification of the temperate slipper orchids of the genus Cypripedium.

This monograph by the curator of the Orchid Herbarium at Kew considers the history, biology, evolution, conservation, cultivation, and classification of cypripediums. ISBN13:9780881924039. Release Date:September 1997.

The Genus Cypripedium (a botanical monograph). Chen, Xinqi; Cribb, Phillip J. "Cypripedium". Flora of China – via eFloras. org, Missouri Botanical Garden, St. Louis, MO & Harvard University Herbaria, Cambridge, MA. ^ Sheviak, Charles J. (2002). Kew Royal Botanic Gardens, Timber Press. amp; F. N. Rasmussen (1999): Genera Orchidacearum Vo., page: 114 f. Oxford U. Press. a b c d "Cypripedium". Flora of North America North of Mexico (FNA).

A Botanical Magazine Monograph: Hardcover. Home Cribb, Phillip The Genus Cypripendium. A Botanical Magazine Monograph. A book about slipper orchids or moccasin flowers including the history, biology, evolution, conservation, cultivation, and classification of these flowers. Near fine in brown cloth boards with gilt title to spine. Bumping to corners, else fine. Clean and bright with diagrams and full color photographic illustrations. In white dust jacket with black title to spine and front panel. Minor wear to edges of jacket including a small chip to the rear panel. The Genus Cypripendium.

Phillip Cribb (Cribb, Phillip). used books, rare books and new books. The Genus Cypripedium (Botanical Magazine Monograph): ISBN 9780881924039 (978-0-88192-403-9) Hardcover, Timber Press, Incorporated, 1997. The Genus Paphiopedilum. Find all books by 'Phillip Cribb' and compare prices Find signed collectible books by 'Phillip Cribb'. Field Guide to the Orchids of Madagascar. by Phillip Cribb, Johan Hermans. ISBN 9781842461587 (978-1-84246-158-7) Hardcover, Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew, 2010.

The genus Cypripedium includes 40–45 species distributed mainly in areas of Holarctic region with temperate climate. Its highest species diversity is observed in the eastern part of mainland Asia and in Northern America. In intact habitats, some species of this genus are quite common playing significant role in plant communities forming picturesque landscape aspects during anthesis.

български: Циприпедиум. Cribb, P. (1997) The Genus Cypripedium Portland, Oregon: Timber Press ("Botanical Magazine Monographs"); Royal Botanical Gardens, Kew. ISBN 0-88192-403-2. ISBN 978-3-937107-19-6. ed. (1999) Genera Orchidacearum Volume 1: General Introduction, Apostasioideae, Cypripedioideae; page 114 f. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

The Genus Cypripedium - A Botanical Magazine Monograph. The genus Cypripedium is listed on Appendix II of CITES. This means that wild and artificially propagated specimens can be traded subject to obtaining the correct permits. Published in association with the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew. Timber Press, Portland, USA. Comprehensive monograph with full description of all species, line drawings, colour photographs and colour paintings. However, the majority of range countries (range States in CITES terms) have banned the export of wild-taken Cypripedium.

The genus Cypripedium includes 40-45 species distributed mainly in areas . overcollecting in all known locations. The Genus Cypripedium. Timber Press, Portland, 301 pp.

The genus Cypripedium includes 40-45 species distributed mainly in areas of Holarctic region with temperate climate. Additional field studies and botanical explorations in areas of the species occurrence may be recommended for discovery and effective protection of probably still existing new subpopulations. The record of C. subtropicum in Sin Ho district of Lai Chau province of northwestern Vietnam presented here is new for the flora of the country.

Author (1): Phillip Cribb Author (2): Peter Green. Return to the Garden Bookworm homepage.

This monograph by the curator of the Orchid Herbarium at Kew considers the history, biology, evolution, conservation, cultivation, and classification of cypripediums, the most popular of the temperate orchids.

Boyn
This monograph includes a little bit of everything, as usual for one of Dr. Cribb's books: history, morphological analysis, ecology, and even culture (this last by Holger Perner). The largest part of the book is devoted to descriptions of the species, each accompanied by a beautiful ink drawing and a map showing the taxon's distribution. Most, if not all, are also illustrated with a color painting and/or a photograph in situ. This book is essential for anyone with the least interest in these orchids. And even if you weren't interested before--you will find this book to be seductive, and you will find that you are enthralled long before you read every page.
Arashitilar
The top resource for the taxonomy and systematics of this genus (but not phylogenetics). Superb information and line-drawings.
Purestone
Specialist books such as this are few and far between. It is a good thing then, that this book is by no means a let down in any department. It contains concise and factual information about the genus Cypripedium, ranging from cultural details, to taxonomic and nomenclatural discussion, and including information on the distribution and relative rarity of the species the genus encompasses. The photography and art presented within is of fantastic quality, and helps to complete a very thorough and admiral work covering these North American and Pan-European gems. Superlatives abound.