2 edition of Lichens of British Columbia found in the catalog.
Lichens of British Columbia
George F. Otto
Written in English
Bibliography: leaves 34-40.
|Statement||by George F. Otto. [and] Teuvo Ahti.|
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|Number of Pages||40|
Lichenological studies in western North America have lagged behind those of eastern North America and Europe. Several manuals, now mainly outdated, are available for the western United States; no descriptions or keys have ever been compiled for the British Columbia lichen flora. This flora of the Coastal Douglas-fir Dry Subzone in British Columbia, Canada, partially fills this void. The Cited by: Based on field studies and herbarium research, 46 species of lichens and lichenicolous fungi are reported new to British Columbia. The following 15 species are documented for Canada for the first.
Estimating the Abundance of Arboreal Forage Lichens: User's Guide: a Guide for Users of Estimating the Abundance of Arboreal Forage Lichens, Land Management Handbook Field Guide Insert 7 Issue 43 of Land management handbook: Authors: Susan K. Stevenson, H. M. Armleder, Art N. Lance: Publisher: British Columbia Ministry of Forests, Research. Lobaria pulmonaria is a large epiphytic lichen consisting of an ascomycete fungus and a green algal partner living together in a symbiotic relationship with a cyanobacterium—a symbiosis involving members of three kingdoms of organisms. Commonly known by various names like tree lungwort, lung lichen, lung moss, lungwort lichen, oak lungs or oak lungwort, it is sensitive to air pollution and Family: Lobariaceae.
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This book is an up-to-date checklist of the current valid taxonomy for all vascular plants, bryophytes, and lichens in British Columbia, including synonyms, species codes, and other : Hong Qian.
Genre/Form: Field guides Identification: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Goward, Trevor. Lichens of British Columbia.
Victoria, B.C.: Ministry of Forests. About the Author Bruce McCune is professor of botany and Plant pathology at Oregon State University. He is coauthor of Macrolichens of the Northern Rocky Mountains, The Lichens of British Columbia, and Biotic Soil Crust Lichens Of the Columbia Lichens of British Columbia book.
Linda Geiser is an ecologist and air quality specialist for the U.S. Forest Service in by: The Lichens of the Coastal Douglas-Fir Dry Subzone.
PhD Thesis, Univ. British Columbia, pp. (This is the only complete flora, including crustose lichens, for a region of the Pacific Northwest. This is a very impressive and mammoth work, with lots of excellent information. Approximately species of lichens have been reported to occur in British Columbia (B.C.).
Although this figure may appear impressive, lichens are among the most poorly documented elements of the province’s macroscopic flora. Approximately species of lichens have been reported to occur in British Columbia (B.C.).
Although this figure may appear impressive, lichens are among the most poorly documented elements of the province's macroscopic flora. Manuals for the identification of British Columbia lichens include Hale (), Thomson (), Vitt et al. (), Goward et al. (Lichens of B.C., ), and McCune and Goward ().
LICHENS OF BRITISH COLUMBIA, PART2 – FRUTICOSE SPECIES APPENDIX 2Excluded species Cladonia apodocarpa Robbins was reported for British Columbia by Klinka et al. (), but no specimens have been seen. This eastern North American species is not expected to occur in the west.
Cladonia caespiticia (Pers.) Flörke was. About this book This book provides an invaluable guide to identifying the British and Irish species both for the amateur naturalist just starting to study lichens, and the more advanced lichenologist and it offers the environmentalist and ecologist a concise work of reference, compact enough to be used in the field.5/5(1).
The Lichens of Britain and Ireland: New edition now available. The standard scientific text for the lichens of Britain and Ireland ( pages). £65 plus £7 p&p (£45 plus £7 p&p for BLS members).
Order form available here. Lichens: An Illustrated Guide to the British and Irish Species by. The book focuses on foliose, fruticose, and crustose lichens (the latter rarely included in popular guidebooks) and presents information on another species in the keys or notes; special attention is given to species endemic to North America/5(70).
The book focuses on foliose, fruticose, and crustose lichens (the latter rarely included in popular guidebooks) and presents information on another species in the keys or notes; special attention is given to species endemic to North by: Buy Lichens: An Illustrated Guide to the British and Irish Species 4th Revised edition by Dobson, F.S.
(ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders.5/5(2). RAY COUPE is a forest ecologist who works in the Cariboo Forest Region for the BC Ministry of Forests. He has co-authored several books and numerous scientific papers on the plants of British Columbia and the Pacific Northwest.
ROBERTA PARISH is a research scientist with the B.C. Ministry of Forests specializing in old growth subalpine forests/5(25). “ Plants of Coastal British Columbia ” (, Pojar & MacKinnon) offers sections on vascular plants, as well as mosses and lichens.
Looking at lichens makes any nature outing enjoyable and full of surprises. Lichens are most colourful when moist, so winter is a good time to discover these amazing organisms. University of British Columbia Herbarium (UBC) - Lichen Collection. Latest version published by University of British Columbia on Dec 6, W lichen specimens catalogued to date, the UBC Herbarium houses one of the largest lichen collections in western North America.
We have a very solid macrolichen collection, with a strong focus. Popular Lichen Books Showing of 12 Lichens (Paperback) by. William Purvis (shelved 2 times as lichen) avg rating — 44 ratings — published Want to Read saving Want to Read Lichens: An Illustrated Guide To The British And Irish Species by.
Frank S. Dobson. Probably the best book today on the identification of British and Irish lichens. As a complete beginner this book took a while to get used to but it is well worth the effort. It contains a good glossary of terms and diagrams showing what to look for/5(9).
BC Historical Books combines the traditional tools of bibliography with the new tools of the digital world to transform our understanding of, and insight into, the history and life of British Columbia.
Bibliography is the science of describing published works, and the bibliography of British Columbia is located in traditional printed bibliographies. British Columbia Plant Species Data files containing the presently accepted scientific and common names for vascular plants, mosses and lichens of British Columbia.
The liverworts and hornworts included in the lists are from the North American lists as a B.C. list does not exist. This species is currently known from coastal California north to British Columbia where it is locally common.
In Oregon it is rare, found on the coast and in the foothills of the Cascades (Exeter.The Apache painted wolf-lichen crosses on their feet so they could pass their enemies unseen. In another example of ritualistic use of lichens, the Gitksan in British Columbia associated the lichen Lobaria pulmonaria with frogs and used it in a spring bathing ritual to bring health and long life.
Wolf lichen is poisonous.E-Flora BC provides information on the biogeography and identification of the plants, lichens, fungi and algal species of British Columbia. Atlas pages include interactive map, photographs, taxonomic descriptions and links to outside sites.