The Living Flora of West Virginia, Volume 5, Part 1 (Google eBook)

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Wheeling news litho. Company, 1913 - Botany - 491 pages
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Page 274 - Nearest to R. villosus, but evidently a distinct species. Curiously enough there is a leaf of this species glued down on the sheet of R. Canadensis, L in herb Linn., and it appears to have been included in his description of that species the specimens furnished by Kalm.
Page vi - Governor of West Virginia, and President of the West Virginia Geological Survey Commission: SIR: I have the honor to transmit herewith the Detailed Report and the Topographic and Economic Maps covering the Counties of Lewis and Gilmer.
Page vi - DC, on the Fossil Flora of West Virginia. The very exhaustive paper of Dr. Millspaugh which forms Part I. of this new Volume V(A) of the publications of the West Virginia Geological Survey, constitutes an entire revision of the "West Virginia Flora" prepared and published by Dr. Millspaugh in 1896, as a revision of his first publication of a "Preliminary Catalogue of the Flora of West Virginia," 1891, published by the West Virginia Agricultural Experiment Station when Dr.
Page 370 - FO above; inflorenscence open, its branches rather erect, the peduncles bracteate for 2"-$" below the heads; the heads long-peduncled or the centre ones nearly sessile ; the bracts greenish purple, acute to short-acuminate, ciliate, erect ; corollas light to dark pink, not purple ; otherwise as in the species. Collected among plants of the species along Hound Creek, below Baileysville, Wyoming County, alt. 1,100-1,200 ft, August 20, 1900 (Morris, 1274). Type specimen is deposited in the US National...
Page 253 - Valley, this species is replacing "yellow poplar" where that timber has been removed (HH Smith). M. FRASERI Walt. Ear-leaved Magnolia. Leaves oblong-obovate or spatulate, auriculate at the base, glabrous, 8 to 20 in. long ; petals obovate-spatulate, with narrow claws, 4 in. long. Flower more graceful and cone of fruit smaller than in the preceding species. Type locality doubtless in the Alleghanies of West Virginia, where it is abundant and in typical form. Pocahontas : valley of the East Fork of...
Page 348 - Clarksburg, Wilsonburg, Good Hope, Mt. Clair, and Wallace. Ohio : near Elm Grove and West Liberty. Wood : near Waverly, Belleville, Deer Walk and Kanawha Station Hardy : near Moorefield and Wardensville. Grant : near Medley and Petersburg. Jefferson : near Moore's and Kabletown. Summers : near Forest Hill and Talcott. Wetzel : near Endicott, Pine Grove, New Martinsville and Blake. Mineral: near Patterson's Depot, and Blaine. Wirt: near Burning Springs, Morris, Evelyn, and Reedy Ripple. Jackson :...
Page 1 - Ohio. Although there are many mountain glades, some nearly dry and others swampy, plainly indicating their late occupancy by small lakes, there is today neither pond nor lake within the limits of the State, and very little if any stagnant water. As the major portion of the State lies west of the Alleghanies, the climate is much like that of western Pennsylvania, partaking little indeed of that southern atmosphere that we are wont to associate with the name Virginia. The prevailing soil of the hills...
Page 4 - Ohio, spent about two weeks in 1877, investigating the Flora of the region of the Guyandotte and Great Kanawha Rivers from Huntington to Kanawha Falls and the Hawks Nest : and the region of Loup Creek, in Fayette County. The amount of material that he collected is not known to me. His plants are in the Gray Herbarium and the Cryptogamic Herbarium at Harvard University. (13) E. RICHARDSON collected in Ohio County in the vicinity of Wheeling, in 1877 and 1879 ; and the neighborhood of Bethany, Brooke...
Page 339 - From the moment we entered the valley, we observed such immense quantities of Echium vulgare, that we were no longer surprised at the doubt expressed by Pursh whether it was really an introduced plant. This " vile foreign weed,
Page 348 - ... Knottsville. Wayne : near Stone Coal, and Adkin's Mills. Doddridge : near Smithton, and Center Point. Marshall : near Knoxville, and Welcome. Braxton : near Bulltown, and Tate Creek. Berkeley : near Hedgesville. Mercer : near Bramwell, and New Hope. Roane : near Looneyville, Clio, Reedy, and Pencil. Pocahontas : near Lobelia. Kanawha : near Blandon. Greenbrier : near Trout Creek. McDowell : near Squire Jim. Mason ; near Maggie. Brooke : near Wellsburg. Marion : near Mannington. Taylor : near...

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