Author:Charles Léo Lesquereux

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Charles Léo Lesquereux
(1806–1889)
Swiss bryologist and a pioneer of American paleobotany
Charles Léo Lesquereux

Works[edit]

  • Report On A Geological Survey Of The Lands Of Columbus National Petroleum Company In Hocking And Vinton Counties, 1865 (External scan)
  • The Palæontological report. With by Sidney Smith Lyon, 1808-1972 and Edward Travers Cox, 1821-1907 (1857) (External scan)
  • On fucoides in the coal formations, (short work) 1866 (External scan)
  • Contributions to the Fossil Flora of the Western Territories, 1874 (External scan)
  • Atlas to the Coal Flora of the Carboniferous Formation in Pennsylvania, 1879 external scan
  • Description of the coal flora of the Carboniferous formation in Pennsylvania and throughout the United States, 1879 vol 1&2, vol 3
  • Coal Plants,” in The American Cyclopædia (1879)
  • A Manual of the Mosses of North America.   Coauthored with Thomas P. James.   With Six Plates illustrating the Genera.   8vo, pp. 447.   Boston: S. E. Cassino & Co.   1884. (External scan)
  • The flora of the Dakota group, 1891 (External scan)

Works about Lesquereux[edit]


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