Literature

AuthorsYearsort descendingTitle
C. T. BEILSCHMIED1833J.
W. GRIFFITH1844The palms of British India.
W. GRIFFITH1845The palms of British India.
D. E. V. I. S. I. A. N. I. R.1864Palmae pinnatae tertiariae agri ceneti.
T. ANDERSON1869An enumeration of the palms of Sikkim.
F. DELPINO1870Ulteriori osservazzioni e considerazioni sulla dicogamia nel regno vegetale.
R. SPRUCE1871Palmae Amazonicae.
R. H. C. C. SCHEFFER1873Sur quelques palmiers du groupe desArecin
R. H. C. C. SCHEFFER1876Sur quelques palmiers du groupe desArecin
J. W. H. TRAIL1877Descriptions of new species of palms collected in the valley of the Amazon in north Brazil in 1874.
L. E. M. A. R. Q. U. I. S. D. E. G. SAPORTA1878Essai descriptiv sur plantes fossiles des arkoses de Brives pres de Puy-en-Velay.
L. E. M. A. R. Q. U. I. S. D. E. G. SAPORTA1879Le Monde des Plantes avantl
J. S. GARDNER1882Description and correlation of the Bournemouth Beds. Part II. Lower or Freshwater Series.
O. BECCARI1885Reliquiae Schefferianae.
U. B. HEMSLEY1885Godman and Sakvin.
O. BECCARI1886Nuovi studi sulle palme asiatiche.
L. E. M. A. R. Q. U. I. S. D. E. G. SAPORTA1889Des palmiers fossils.
CRI1892Recherches sur les Palmiers silicifi
A. HOLLICK1893A new fossil palm from the Cretaceous formation at Glen Cove, Long Island.
P. FLICHE1894Sur les fruits de palmiers trouv
A. B. RENDLE1894Revision of the genus Nipadites Bowerbank.
E. BUREAU1896Sur quelques palmiers fossiles d
P. FLICHE1896[TITLE BLANK]
E. BONNET1904Sur un Nipadites de l
E. W. BERRY1905A palm from the mid-Cretaceous.
K. RECHINGER1907Plantae novae pacificae.
O. BECCARI1908Asiatic palms
O. BECCARI1910Studio monografica del genere Raphia.
O. BECCARI1911Asiatic palms
E. W. BERRY1911Contributions to the Mesozoic flora of theAtlantic coastal plain
O. BECCARI1912The palms indigenous to Cuba I. Pomona Coll.
O. BECCARI1913Contributi alla conoscenza delle palme.
O. BECCARI1913Asiatic palms
O. BECCARI1914Contributo alla conoscenza della palma a olio (Elaeis guineensis).
E. W. BERRY1914Fruits of a date palm in the Tertiary deposits of eastern Texas.
E. W. BERRY1914A Nipa-palm in the North American Eocene.
O. F. COOK1915A new genus of palms allied to Archontophoenix.
O. F. COOK1915Glaucothea, a new genus of palms from Lower California.
E. W. BERRY1916A petrified palm from the Cretaceous of New Jersey.
E. W. BERRY1916Lower Eocene floras of southeastern North America.
E. W. BERRY1917The fossil plants from Vero, Florida.
O. BECCARI1918Asiatic palms
O. BECCARI1919The palms of the Philippine Islands.
E. W. BERRY1919Miocene fossil plants from Peru.
O. BECCARI1920Le Palme della Nuova Caledonia. M. Ricci, Firenze.
O. BECCARI, ROCK. J. F.1921A monographic study of thegenus Pritchardia.
E. W. BERRY1921A palm nut from the Miocene of the Canal Zone.
E. W. BERRY1921Tertiary fossil plants from Venezuela.
P. H. FRITEL1921Sur la d
I. K. SMALL1923The needle palm Rhapidophyllum hystrix.

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