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Blechnum Indicum

Java, Indigenous Australians, Rhizome, Cyclosorus interruptus

Frac Press (2012-01-08 )

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ISBN- 1 3:

978-613-9-70011-0

ISBN- 1 0:
6139700116
EAN:
9786139700110
Idioma do livro:
Inglês
Anotações e citações/ texto breve:
Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Blechnum indicum or the Swamp Water Fern is often seen growing on sandy soils in swampy areas. The specific epithet indicum is from Latin, revealing this plant was first collected in the East Indies, (Java). Indigenous Australians used the starchy rhizome as food. This plant was collected with another swamp fern Cyclosorus interruptus by Joseph Banks and Daniel Solander at Botany Bay in 1770.Also in 1779 Banks took a lease on, and eventually bought outright, a house with thirty-four acres along the northern side of the London Road, Isleworth. The grounds contained a natural spring, which was an important attraction to him. Banks spent much time and effort on this secondary home. He steadily created a renowned botanical masterpiece on the estate, achieved primarily with many of the great variety of foreign plants he had collected on his extensive travels around the world, particularly to Australia and the South Seas. The house and surrounding district became known as 'Spring Grove', and the picture shows the house in 1815.
Editora:
Frac Press
Website:
http://www.alphascript-publishing.com
Editado por:
Harding Ozihel
Número de páginas:
84
Publicado em:
2012-01-08
Stock:
Disponível
Categoria:
Botânica
Preço:
34 €
Palavras chave:
rhizome, Indigenous Australians, Java, Cyclosorus, Interruptus

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