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The Phytologist: A Popular Botanical Miscellany

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Published by J. Van Voorst .
Written in English


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The Phytologist was a British botanical journal, appearing first as Phytologist: a popular botanical miscellany. It was founded in as a monthly, edited by George Luxford. Luxford died in , and the title was taken over by Alexander Irvine and William Pamplin, who ran it to with subtitle "a botanical journal". The Phytologist: a popular botanical miscellany, Volume 3, (), pp. William Pamplin () Pamplin visited Wales many times and moved to Llandderfel, near Bala in where he stayed for the rest of his life. He was owner of the journal, The Phytologist.

James Logan (writer) Last updated Ap James Logan (–) was a Scottish author on Gaelic culture, best known for his book The Scottish Gael. [1] Contents. Life; Works; Notes; External links; Life. Logan was born in Aberdeen, where his father was a merchant; he was educated at Aberdeen grammar school and Marischal College.A sports injury made .   I was just re-reading Notices of the Flowering Time and Localities of some Plants observed during an Excursion through a portion of South Devon, in June, (Edwin Lees, Esq. FLS, pp, The Phytologist: a popular botanical miscellany, Volume 4, Part 2, J. Van Voorst, ). I'm not terribly bothered with botany. but the Worcester-based.

The Phytologist: A Popular Botanical Miscellany, Volume 4 A Popular Botanical Miscellany, George Luxford, Edward Newman, , Botany,.. Good Boy, Fergus!, David Shannon, , Juvenile Fiction, 40 pages. Except for his bath, Fergus experiences the perfect doggy day, from chasing cats and motorcycles to being scratched. New discoveries were published in periodicals, particularly ‘The Phytologist,’ a popular botanical miscellany, which first appeared in Ferns proved to be a particularly fruitful group of plants for new records because they had been studied less than flowering plants.


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