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Miscellaneous nontaxonomic kinds of plants
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2016-06-19 — 2016-06-25, Prague
The congress is organized by the International Weed Science Society (IWSS), which is celebrating 40 years of activity. After six very successful congresses in Australia (1992), Denmark (1996), Brazil (2000), South Africa (2004), Canada (2008) and China (2012), it is a big challenge for both IWSS and local organizers to uphold a very high standard of congresses and satisfy all expectations of attendees. The organizing committee is truly glad to host this prestigious event in the Czech Republic - a ... [Information of the supplier]
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The CP database is run by Rick Walker, and is one of the central sites for carnivorous plants on the web. At this site you can search for information on all the carnivorous plant species, and photographs are available for many. The database includes over 3000 entries giving an exhaustive nomenclatural synopsis of all Carnivorous Plants. The following genera are treated as being carnivorous here: Aldrovanda, Byblis, Cephalotus, Darlingtonia, Dionaea, Drosera, Drosophyllum, Genlisea, Heliamphora, Nepenthes, ... [Information of the supplier]
Factual databasesResource type
Der vorliegende Text enthält die Bearbeitung aller Kleinarten der Gattungen Alchemilla, Rubus, Sorbus (Rosaceae), Taraxacum (Asteraceae) und des Ranunculus auricomus agg. (Ranunculaceae) aus ROTHMALER – Exkursionsflora von Deutschland, Band 4 (Kritischer Band), 10. Auflage, Spektrum Akademischer Verlag, Heidelberg 2005. Die Datei wird als kostenloser PDF-Download zur Verfügung gestellt, da diese Gruppen in der 2011 erschienenen 20. Auflage des Rothmaler-Grundbandes nicht oder nicht vollständig enthalten ... [Information of the supplier]
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Fleischfressende Pflanzen sind vom ersten Moment an faszinierend - und mit Sicherheit liegt das nicht nur an der Tatsache, dass sie das Prinzip "Tiere fressen Pflanzen" auf den Kopf stellen. Lernen Sie auf den folgenden Seiten mehr über diese geheimnisvollen Pflanzen! In unserer Karnivoren-Datenbank erhalten Sie einen Überblick über die Gattungen und Arten, über deren Kulturmethoden und Besonderheiten. Nach Möglichkeit versuchen wir, von den Arten Fotos vom Naturstandort zu veröffentlichen.
Discipline based websitesResource type
Jeremy Roberts’s Botanical Pages are still in development – so far, only Trichophorum, Eleocharis (and a bit on the newly-described Hymenophyllum hybrid, H. x scopulorum) are online, with descriptions, photos and identification keys. All photos are by F.J. Roberts, except where otherwise acknowledged. [Information of the supplier, modified]
Identification keys; Discipline based websitesResource type
This web page provides access to keys for the identification of some plant groups occurring in Great Britain (genera Narcissus, Euphrasia, Equisetum, Fumaria, as well as ferns). Some of the keys require the user to install special software. The page is part of BSBI's web site "Find Wild Flowers". [Editorial staff vifabio]
Identification keysResource type
Simply put, we are passionate about caring for and preserving the beauty of the natural world. One of the most effective ways we have found to achieve this is by growing native plants for environmental restoration projects and by working in close partnership with public agencies and private landowners in the protection and management of natural areas. [Information of the supplier]
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Native American Ethnobotany is "a database of plants used as drugs, foods, dyes, fibers, and more, by native Peoples of North America. (...) It is the result of a series of efforts over 25 years. A book based on the data base has been published by Timber Press, in Portland, OR, in 1998. (...) In the spring of 2003, substantial revisions of the database were made, revising its looks, and adding links to the US Department of Agriculture PLANTS database. This means that complete botanical information ... [Information of the supplier, modified]
Factual databasesResource type
Plants can be sexy. Raise your eyebrows if you will, but to a plant lover, certain plants possess an undeniable allure. And plant-love can make you do crazy things, like scaling a muddy cliff to snap a photo of an extremely rare tropical flower or travelling to a remote corner of eastern Oregon to look for a fern the size of a postage stamp. If you were on a mission to track down the sexiest plants in the world – a botanist’s dream trip – here are eight plant species and corresponding destinations ... [Information of the supplier, modified]
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