Paris: Rue de Seine Saint-Germain, 47, 1841-1847. Quarter Black Morocco. 8vo Contemporary quarter black morocco and mottled black and blue marble paper. The volume is a collection of six (6) articles on cryoptogamic plants by Montagne, which have
been extracted from the Dictionnaire universel d’Histoire naturelle or extracted article on Champignons. From Histoire physique, politique et naturelle de l’lle de Cuba, publié par M. Ramon de la Sagra. Paris: Arthus Bertrand,Ed., 1841: Morphologies des Plantes Celluaires- 16pp.
+ pp in manuscript; Des Mousses- 20pp. with interleaved blank pages, few with written notes; ESSAIS D’ORGANOGRAPHIE de la Famille Des HÉPATIQUES-15pp.with one interleaved page with a number of ink drawings of liverworts; Equisse Organogrphique et Physiologique sur la
Classe des Champignons- 56pp.; Aperçu Morphologique de la Famille Des Lichens- 12pp.; Phycologie, Considérations Générales sur L’Organographie, La Physiogie et la Classification des
Algues- 46pp. with 3 interleaved pages with short notes and one page of ink drawings of algae. Very good. Item #0000712
Lucien Quélet has added notes and drawings to this collection of articles on cryptogamic botany by Montagne. Quélet’s signature and date of purchase are on the title page. The 15 pages following the first article on morphology of plant cells contain specific numbered (146) literature citations for different plants that are mentioned in the text. Mr. Quélet has numbered each reference, many of which are noted in pencil in the margins of the text. This is a rare contribution to cryptogamic botany in 19th century France by two of its major scientists.