A flora of North America
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Published by M. Carey and Sons in Philadelphia .
Written in English


  • Botany -- North America

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Statementby William P.C. Barton
SeriesLandmarks II, monographs
The Physical Object
Pagination3 v.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL15209281M

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Concise, easy to use, and beautifully bound and illustrated, Flora of North America is an indispensable working resource for botanists, conservationists, ecologists, agronomists, foresters, range and land managers, horticulturists,--anyone with a serious interest in the distribution, habitat, morphology, and survival of the wide-ranging plant Format: Hardcover. "Volume 2 of The Flora of North America is the first to provide a floristic treatment, here including ferns and fern allies, as well as the the quality of the information, and the quality of the book itself - paper, binding, feel in the hands - the asking price is a small amount to pay for this major publishing event."--Price: $ The thirty-volume ongoing publishing project Flora of North America is the first comprehensive taxonomic guide to the extraordinary diversity of plant life covering our continent north of Mexico. This ground breaking scholarly series is a collaborative effort by researchers at more than 30 U.S. and Canadian botanical institutions. The Flora. Title. A flora of North America: illustrated by coloured figures, drawn from nature / By. Barton, William P. C. (William Paul Crillon),

Reviews the book "Flora of North America: North of Mexico," edited by Flora of North America Editorial Committee. Flora of North America north of Mexico. Volu 20 and Rees, Cathy // Northeastern Naturalist;, Vol. 14 Issue 1, p The article reviews the book "Flora of North America North of Mexico," Volu 20 and Flora. Plants annual; taproot filiform to erect, dichotomously branched, 3–40 cm, ultimate branches filiform, : stipules subulate to lanceolate, –4 mm, apex acuminate, entire; blade usually dotted or blotched, elliptic to obovate, 3–30 × 1–11 mm, herbaceous, apex acute to obtuse or cuspidate, diffuse, flowers solitary (paired) in axils of leafy. Moss Flora of North America: North of Mexico: Volume II (Facsimile edition of the edition) Grout, A.J. Published by Hafner Publishing NY (). A flora of North America:containing abridged descriptions of all the known indigenous and naturalized plants growing north of Mexico, arranged according to the natural system / Title Variants: Abbreviated: Fl. N. Amer. By. Torrey, John, Gray, Asa, Type. Book .

In Volume 2, over 50 contributors exhaustively describe and classify the ferns, fern allies, and gymnosperms of North America. Covering over two dozen fern and half a dozen gymnosperm families, they survey fern species of both ecological and horticultural importance and review such gymnosperm taxa as the conifers--the dominant trees in many forests as well as important . Species (3 in the flora): mainly north temperate regions. The species of Taxus, discouragingly similar, are more geographically than morphologically separable; they were all treated by R. K. F. Pilger () as subspecies of T. baccata Linnaeus. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Rafinesque, C.S. (Constantine Samuel), New flora of North America. Cambridge, Mass.: Photolithographed by. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Torrey, John, Flora of North America. New York, Hafner Pub. Co., (OCoLC) Document Type.