Cambridge, Ma, 1860. Two parts bound in one. -192; [titlepage], - 536pp. No titlepage for first part. Quarto. Modern buckram. Very good. Ex-Horticultural Society of New York, with bookplate noting Kenneth K. Mackenzie's bequest of volume. Describes plant specimens collected by Charles Wright made in eastern Cuba during the years 1856-57 and 1859- 60. "The specimens were mainly gathered in the high country and mountains behind Santiago de Cuba and Cobre...and especially in the elevated district back of Santa Catalina de Guantanamo." Grisebach (1814-79), a German botanist, was director of the botanical garden at Gottingen. TAXONOMIC LITERATURE 2182. (Inventory #: WRCAM23558)
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