Catalog Record: Flora von Kärnten | Hathi Trust Digital Library


Flora von Kärnten, von David Pacher und Markus Freiherr von Jabornegg. Hrsg. vom Naturhistorischen Landesmuseum von Kärnten.

Main Author: Pacher, David.
Related Names: Zwanziger, Gustav Adolf 1839-1893., Jabornegg-Gamsenegg, Markus Freiherr von.
Language(s): German
Published: Klagenfurt, Druck von F. v. Kleinmayr, 1881-1894.
Subjects: Plant names, Popular > Austria > Carinthia.
Botany > Austria > Carinthia.
Note: Published originally in Jahrbuch des Naturhistorischen Landes-Museums von Kärnten, Heft 14-19, 22-23, 1880, 1882, 1884-86, 1888, 1893, 1895, under title: systematische Aufzählung der in Kärnten wildwachsenden Gefässpflanzen. cf. Brit. Mus. (Nat. Hist.) Library. Catalogue.
Added t.p.: Systematische Aufzählung der in Kärnten wildwachsenden Gefässpflanzen, bearb. von David Pacher.
Physical Description: 2 v. 23 cm.
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