Author: Roy Banka,Anders S. Barfod,John L. Dowe
Publisher: Aarhus University Press (December 31, 2001)
Category: Biological Sciences
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Anders Sanchez Barfod. Fieldwork in Western New Guinea has revealed a number of new palm species. Coastal and riverine communities in Papua New Guinea have been eating shellfish for at least 30,000 years
Anders Sanchez Barfod. Coastal and riverine communities in Papua New Guinea have been eating shellfish for at least 30,000 years. The longest record of hellfish consumption come from New Ireland in the New Guinea I lands. From 30,000 to 5,000 . in ew Ireland the pede gathered are predominantly from hard shores.
For each of the 31 palm genera in Papua New Guinea the book contains notes on. .Roy Banka (b. 1966) is assistant curator at the National Botanical Garden, Lae, Papua New Guinea.
For each of the 31 palm genera in Papua New Guinea the book contains notes on variation in form, distribution and use. Anders S. Barfod (b. 1957) is associate professor at the Department of Systematic Botany, University of Aarhus. John L. Dowe (b. 1951) has been Botanic collections manager, The Palmetum, Townsville Botanic Gardens, 1992-97, and commenced a P.
Preface Acknowledgements Authors Map of Papua New Guinea Character Explanation How the Multi-Acess Key Works Palm Genera in Papua New Guinea How to Collect a Palm List of References Index to Scientific Names Palms Cultivated in the National Botanic Garden, Lae Glossary.
By: Anders S Barfod, Roy Banka and John L Dowe
By: Anders S Barfod, Roy Banka and John L Dowe. 79 pages, Bw photos, illus, tabs. Publisher: Aarhus University Press. Preface; Acknowledgements; Authors; Map of Papua New Guinea; Character Explanation; How the Multi-Acess Key Works; Palm Genera in Papua New Guinea; How to Collect a Palm; List of References; Index to Scientific Names; Palms Cultivated in the National Botanic Garden, Lae; Glossary. Field, Identification Guide Identification Key Out of Print. Series: AAU Reports Volume: 40. By: Anders S Barfod, Roy Banka and John L Dowe.
Two new palm species, Licuala adscendens Barfod & Heatubun and L. urciflora Barfod & Heatubun, are described . Field guide to palms in Papua New Guinea. AAU reports 40, Department of Systematic Botany, University of Aarhus, Aarhus University Press. urciflora Barfod & Heatubun, are described from Obi Island in North Moluccas and Waigeo Island in Raja Ampat District, Western New Guinea respectively. Arecaceae Licuala new taxa North Moluccas palms Western New Guinea. & Saw, L. G. (2002). The genus Licuala (Arecaceae, Coryphoideae) in Thailand.
200 PALMS Dowe & Mogea: New Livistona from New Guinea brown; bases of partial .
200 PALMS Dowe & Mogea: New Livistona from New Guinea brown; bases of partial inflorescences with dense chocolate brown tomentum; rachillae 8–12 cm long, subterete to angular, 2–3 mm thick, basally with chocolate brown tomentum. John Dransfield is thanked for assistance with the Latin diagnoses.
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New Guinea is one of the world's greatest palm diversity hotspots . With around 270 species, the island is home to some of the most beautiful and varied palms, many of which are of great economic importance to rural communities. This detailed and richly illustrated book will be an invaluable resource for all with interests in the rich biodiversity of New Guinea, the largest tropical island in the world.
Anders S. Barfod, Aarhus University, Bioscience Department, Faculty . Barfod, Aarhus University, Bioscience Department, Faculty Member. Studies Botany, Ethnobotany, and Vegetation Ecology. Understanding palm-pollinator interactions has implications for tropical silviculture, agroforestry and horticulture, as well as for our understanding of palm evolution and diversification.