Cloth $125.00 ISBN: 9780915279982 Published May 2018 For sale in North and South America only

Flora Mesoamericana

Volumen 5, Parte 2: Asteraceae

John Pruski and Harold Robinson

Flora Mesoamericana

John Pruski and Harold Robinson

Distributed for Missouri Botanical Garden Press

632 pages | 8 1/2 x 11 | © 2018
Cloth $125.00 ISBN: 9780915279982 Published May 2018 For sale in North and South America only
This volume continues the work of the groundbreaking Flora Mesoamericana, the first major regional flora ever written in Spanish. The Flora describes, for the first time, all the vascular plants growing in the five southernmost states of Mexico and all the Central American republics. Hundreds of botanists specializing in tropical taxonomy from around the world are collaborating on this extraordinarily important project.
This volume focuses on a single family of dicotyledons, Asteraceae, covering 282 genera and 1072 species. Asteraceae is the largest family of flowering plants and includes plants familiar to us such as daisies, chrysanthemums, and sunflowers. The guide includes complete descriptions, synonymy, distribution, and keys to identification.
Contents
Participantes en el volumen 5, parte 2
 
Prefacio
 
Agradecimientos
 
Introducción general
 
Notas acerca del formato
 
233. Asteraceae
I. Anthemideae
II. Arctotideae
III. Astereae
IV. Bahieae
V. Calenduleae
VI. Cardueae
VII. Cichorieae
VIII. Coreopsideae
IX. Eupatorieae
X. Gnaphalieae
XI. Helenieae
XII. Heliantheae
XIII. Inuleae
XIV. Liabeae
XV. Millerieae
XVI. Mutisieae
XVII. Nassauvieae
XVIII. Neurolaeneae
XIX. Onoserideae
XX. Perityleae
XXI. Senecioneae
XXII. Tageteae
XXIII. Vernonieae
 
Bibliografía
 
Glosario para asteraceae

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Flora Mesoamericana will become the standard floristic reference work for a generation or more of scientists working in the area.”
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