Catalogus Florae Austriae

 

The Catalogus Florae Austriae was founded 1952 by the Commission for the publication of a Catalogus Florae Austriae of the Austrian Academy of Sciences. The objective is to create an index of all Austrian wild and common cultivated plants including descriptions.

 

Part I contains the Pteridophytes and Anthophytes (ferns and blooming plants), part II the Bryophytes (mosses) and part III the Thallophytes (algae and fungi).

 

The first publications (4 books and 4 additions; 1956 - 1967) comprised a systematic index of vascular plants found on Austrian territory. The first volume of part III, Uredinales (rust fungi) was published in 1985. From 1991 to 1996 the CFA was induced by the Research Centre for Ecosystem- and Environmental Studies (Renamed 1993: Research Centre for Biosystematics and Ecology). The Commission for Interdisciplinary Ecological Studies (KIOES) took over the Catalogus Florae Austriae in 1996.

 

Work in progress :

 

Editor

 

Title/description

 

 

 

 

BLANZ, ZWETKO

Part III: The Austrian rust fungi

 

18 of 34 genera are completely processed. Only minor tasks are left, hence the manuscript will be published in autumn 2012.

 

KÖCKINGER &

SUANJAK

Part II: The Austrian liver mosses

 

 

Published (in chronological order):

 

Cover

 

Detailed information

JANCHEN, Erwin

 

Part I : Pteridophyten und Anthophyten (ferns and blooming plants)

 

Book 1 (Apetalae:1956),

Book 2 (Dialypetalae:1957),

Book 3 (Sympetalae:1958),

Book 4 (Monocotyledones, Supplements, Register: 1959)

 

Additions:

 

1(1963),

2(1964),

3(1966),

4 Names of the species, genus and higher units (1967)

 

 

 

POELT, Josef

 

Part III: Thallophyten, 1. Edition: Uredinales = rust fungi. Book 1, (1985)

 

 

 

POELT, Josef - TÜRK, Roman

 

Bibliographie der Flechten und flechtenbewohnenden Pilze in Österreich

(Catalogus Florae Austriae, Part III)

 

VÖAW 160 S., 24 x 17 cm, paper- bound

ISBN10: 3-7001-2115-6

ISBN13: 978-3-7001-2115-2

Published: 1993

Volume 3 of the Biosyst. & Ecol. Series

 

Order

 

 

PÖLT, Josef † - ZWETKO, Peter

 

Die Rostpilze Österreichs

(2., extended and reviewed edition of the Catalogus Florae Austriae, III. part, Book 1, Uredinales)

 

VÖAW 365 S., 24 x 17 cm, paper- bound

ISBN10: 3-7001-2650-6

ISBN13: 978-3-7001-2650-8

Published: 1997

Volume 12 of the Biosyst. & Ecol. Series

 

Order

 

 

GRIMS, Franz

 

Die Laubmoose Österreichs

(Catalogus Florae Austriae, II. part, Bryophyten (mosses), Book 1, Musci (leave mosses))

 

VÖAW VII, 418 pages, 24 x 17 cm, paper- bound ISBN10: 3-7001-2796-0

ISBN13: 978-3-7001-2796-3

Published: 1999

Volume 15 of the Biosyst. & Ecol. Series

 

Order

 

 

Peter ZWETKO

 

Die Rostpilze Österreichs

Supplement and host-parasite- index to the 2nd edition of the Catalogus Florae Austriae, III. part, Book 1, Uredinales

 

VÖAW 24x17cm, paper- bound, 67 pages

ISBN10: 3-7001-2910-6

ISBN13: 978-3-7001-2910-3

Published: 2000

Volume 16 of the Biosyst. & Ecol. Series

 

Order

 

 

KELLER, G. - MOSER, M.

 

Die Cortinariaceae Österreichs

(Catalogus Florae Austriae, III. part, fungi: Book 2, Agaricales: Cortinariaceae)

 

VÖAW 24x17cm, paper- bound, color images., 220 pages

ISBN10: 3-7001-3032-5

ISBN13: 978-3-7001-3032-1

Published: 2002

Volume 19 of the Biosyst. & Ecol. Series

 

Order

 

 

ZWETKO, Peter - BLANZ, Paul

 

Die Brandpilze Österreichs

Doassansiales, Entorrhizales, Entylomatales, Georgefischeriales, Microbotryales, Tilletiales, Urocystales, Ustilaginales. (Catalogus Florae Austriae III/3)

 

VÖAW 24x17cm, 240 pages with numerous color images and CD-ROM, paper- bound

ISBN10: 3-7001-3266-2

ISBN13: 978-3-7001-3266-0

Published: 2004

Volume 21 of the Biosyst. & Ecol. Series

 

Order

 

 

 

Türk, Roman / Hafellner, Josef

 

Nachtrag zur Bibliographie der Flechten in Österreich

(Catalogus Florae Austriae ,III)

 

VÖAW 382 pages - 24 × 17 cm, paperback

ISBN13:  978-3-7001-6794-5

Published: 2010

Volume 27 of the Biosyst. & Ecol. Series

 

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Commission for Interdisciplinary Ecological Studies of the Austrian Academy of Sciences

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