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The Andean species of Pilea

Ellsworth Paine Killip

The Andean species of Pilea

by Ellsworth Paine Killip

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Published by Govt. Print. Off. in Washington .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Pelea.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Ellsworth P. Killip.
    SeriesSmithsonian Institution. United States National Museum. Contributions from the United States National Herbarium,, v. 26, pt. 10
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQK1 .U5 vol. 26, pt. 10
    The Physical Object
    Paginationv, 475-530, vii-viii p.
    Number of Pages530
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL237064M
    LC Control Numberagr39000501
    OCLC/WorldCa5790103

    Pilea, with species is in need of revision. The only realistic approach is in manageable subunits, which requires confirmation of monophyly and identification of monophyletic subdivisions. The Andean species of Pilea by Ellsworth Paine Killip 1 edition - first published in

    ‘The genus Pilea, a member of the family Urticaceae, contains over species of herbaceous perennials and annuals found in the tropics except Australia.’ ‘A pilea is a tropical plant grown for its attractive foliage, which comes in several colorful varieties.’.   The book includes only species that are native to Andean forests. “We considered those that are particularly important or interesting for conservation efforts, in terms of their endemic condition, reported or observed threat, being a novel report of the species in the zone, and also due to their taxonomic challenges,” explained doctoral.

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The Andean species of Pilea by Ellsworth Paine Killip Download PDF EPUB FB2

"The present paper is complementary to a key to the species of Pilea from the Andean region, which was published early in in this series. [New species of Pilea from the Andes.

Contributions from the U.S. National Herbarium, v. 26, pt. 8]"--Preface. Issued J Botanical Pamphlets - Volume 39 - New Species Of Pilea From The Andes; American Species Of Thibaudieae; Piperaceae Of Costa Rica : Books Skip to main contentAuthor: C.

Leo Killip, Ellsworth P.; Macbride, J. Francis; Morton, C. V.; Smith, Albert C.; Trelease, William; Hitchcock. CONTRIBUTIONS FROM THE UNITED STATES NATIONAL HERBARIUM, VOL. 26, PART THE ANDEAN SPECIES OF PILEA. [Ellsworth P. Killip] on *FREE*. THE ANDEAN SPECIES OF PILEA By Ellsworth P.

Killip INTRODUCTION Pilea is by far the largest genus of Urticaceae. Weddell in his final monograph 1 of the family recognized species as valid, about 50 of which were said to occur in the Andes of South America.

That these species had a very limited range of distribution was indicated. COVID Resources. Reliable information about the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).Numerous and frequently-updated resource results are available from this ’s WebJunction has pulled together information and resources to assist library staff as they consider how to handle coronavirus.

Four new species of Pilea (Urticaceae) from the Andes of Venezuela are described and illustrated: Pilea matthewii sp. nov., P. miguelii sp. nov., P. nicholasii sp. nov., and P.

nidiae sp. nov. The affinities of these species and their positions within the informal classifications of Pilea proposed by Author: Laurence J.

Dorr, Basil Stergios. Four new species of Pilea (Urticaceae) from the Andes of Venezuela are described and illustrated: Pilea matthewii sp.

nov., Pilea miguelii sp. nov., Pilea nicholasii sp. nov., and Pilea nidiae sp. Four new species of Pilea (Urticaceae) from the Andes of Venezuela are described and illustrated: Pilea matthewii sp. nov., P. miguelii sp. nov., P. nicholasii sp. nov., and P. nidiae sp. nov. The affinities of these species and their positions within the informal classifications of Pilea proposed by Weddell and Killip are discussed.

Notes on other species of Pilea found in Venezuela also are Author: Laurence J. Dorr, Basil Stergios. The leaves resembled certain species of Peperomia in the Piperaceae, while the male flowers pointed to the Urticaceae family.

Ultimately, attentive research by the Kew botanist Wessel Marais revealed that the plant was a Chinese species of Pilea, named in by the German botanist Friedrich Diels as "Pilea Peperomioides". Start studying Darwin's Dangerous Idea Film Study Questions.

Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools. contributions from the united states national herbarium, vol. 26, part the andean species of pilea.

Killip, Ellsworth P. Published by Smithsonian Institution (). KILLIP—NEW SPECIES OF PILEA FEOM THE ANDES I, MlGBOPHYLLAE Stem succulent; leaves fleshy, the petiole much shorter than the blade. Cymes sessile or subsessile; leaves, at least the larger of a pair, obovate or oblong* cuneate, Cystoliths not elevated, very faint on under surface of leaves; plant suberect.

About Pilea Peperomioides. Pilea peperomioides is an easy to grow modern looking houseplant. Also called the Chinese Money Plant or Pancake Plant, it's straightforward to care for and simple to r you're a newbie to houseplants or a seasoned expert, a Pilea peperomioides plant is sure to be a welcome addition to any indoor plant collection.

A symphony of leaf shapes, colors, and textures gives this diverse group of houseplants great character. It’s challenging to choose a favorite, as each displays the intricate beauty of nature with colorful veining and texture-rich leaves that beckon you to reach out and touch them.

Also called friendship plant, pilea is easy to grow in medium light, making it perfect for everywhere: desktops. Four new species of Pilea (Urticaceae) from the Andes of Venezuela are described and illustrated: Pilea matthewii sp.

nov., Pilea miguelii sp. nov., Pilea nicholasii sp. nov., and Pilea nidiae sp. nov. The affinities of these species and their positions within the informal classifications of Pilea proposed by Weddell and Killip are : Laurence J.

Dorr, Basil Stergios. A new species of Pilea (Urticaceae) from the Talamanca Mountains, Costa Rica. Phytotaxa 2: 24– DOI: /phytotaxa Reference page. Links. Govaerts, R. et al. Pilea in Kew Science Plants of the World online. The Board of Trustees of the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew.

Published on the internet. Accessed: Feb. Reference page. Four new species of Pilea (Urticaceae) from the Andes of Venezuela are described and illustrated: Pileamatthewii sp.

nov., Pileamiguelii sp. nov., Pileanicholasii sp. nov., and Pileanidiae sp. nov. The affinities of these species and their positions within the informal classifications of Pilea proposed by Weddell and Killip are : Laurence J.

Dorr, Basil Stergios. The fauna of the Andes, a mountain range in South America, is large and well as a huge variety of flora, the Andes contain many different animal species.

With almost 1, species, of which roughly 2/3 are endemic to the region, the Andes are the most important region in the world for amphibians.

The diversity of animals in the Andes is high, with almost species of mammals (13%. Check other web resources for Pilea nummulariifolia (Sw.) Wedd.

PLANTS: USDA-NRCS Database of Plants of the United States and its Territories BONAP North American Plant Atlas of the Biota of North America Program. The Biodiversity Heritage Library works collaboratively to make biodiversity literature openly available to the world as part of a global biodiversity community.

Andes Ecuador Electronic books Liverworts Peru. Four new species of Andean Pilea (Urticaceae), with additional notes on the genus in Venezuela. Pilea, with – species, is the largest genus of flowering plants in the nettle family Urticaceae, and one of the larger genera in the : Urticaceae.U.S.

National Plant Germplasm System COVID Update, Ma Shipments may be delayed requesting germplasm, scientists should consider their capacity to receive it.Ursus ornatus Cuvier, The spectacled bear (Tremarctos ornatus), also known as the Andean bear, Andean short-faced bear, or mountain bear and locally as jukumari (Aymara and Quechua), ukumari (Quechua) or ukuku, is the last remaining short-faced bear (subfamily Tremarctinae).Family: Ursidae.