9 edition of Flora of the Galápagos Islands found in the catalog.
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|Statement||[edited by] Ira L. Wiggins and Duncan M. Porter. Contributors: Edward F. Anderson [and others]|
|Contributions||Porter, Duncan M., joint author., Anderson, Edward F., 1932-|
|LC Classifications||QK473.G2 W5|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xx, 998 p.|
|Number of Pages||998|
|LC Control Number||78097917|
Galapagos Islands Wildlife Many theories exist regarding the unique nature of the flora and fauna on the Galapagos islands. A popularly held belief is that the original species that evolved into the unique Galapagos variety found their way to the islands on flotation rafts of vegetation and other waste and were carried to the island via wind and sea currents. Plants of the Galápagos Vegetation Zones. Much like the people who came to live in the Galápagos, the plants that found a home in the islands had to be hardy types. These rugged, plant “pioneers” crossed oceans to get here — carried as seeds by birds (about 60 percent), by wind (about 31 percent), or by rafting in (about 9 percent).
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The most complete flora of the Galapagos ever published; every vascular plant known to inhabit the archipelago is treated here. Small circular blind stamp of former owner on the half title page, no signs of by: A very good book on the flora of the Galapagos Islands as the endemic plants are just as fascinating as the birds and reptiles.
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species of Acalypha, &c. In many instances these forms are confined to a single island, and in the majority of cases each form is more closely related to those of the other islands than to any coDtinental ally.
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Some of the plant life is just as endemic as some of the animals that inhabit the islands. Many of the plants came on journeys from the mainland and have had to adapt and flourish with little insect life to pollinate and disperse seeds which would normally occur in a similar environment.
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The islands are found at the coordinates 1°40'N–1°36'S, 89°16'–92°01'W. Straddling the equator, islands in the chain are located in both the northern and southern hemispheres, with Volcán Wolf and Volcán Ecuador on Isla Isabela being directly on the equator.
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Anderson: Edition: illustrated: Publisher: Stanford University Press, The Galápagos Islands: The Land of Plant Pioneers and Flora Frontiersman What flora you see now in the Galápagos Islands had to migrate to get there. The seeds had a difficult journey as they crossed the salty ocean from the mainland to the islands.
The ultimate botanical reference book for the Galapagos Islands, this compact guide is the fruit of the author’s 16 years of fieldwork on the archipelago.
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The Galapagos Islands are important because of these endemic species -- there are roughly 9, species living on the islands and in surrounding waters.
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