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flora of New England a manual for the identification of all vascular plants including ferns and fern allies growing without cultivation in New England by Frank Conkling Seymour

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Published by H.N. and A.L. Moldenke in Plainfield, N.J .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Plants -- New England.,
  • Plants -- New England -- Identification.

Book details:

Edition Notes

Statementby Frank Conkling Seymour ; illustrations by Andrea Robbins.
SeriesPhytologia memoirs -- 5.
The Physical Object
Paginationxvii, 611 p. :
Number of Pages611
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL23299930M

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Arthur Haines' Flora Novae-Angliae is the culmination of years of painstaking herbarium and field research on the distribution and taxonomy of higher plants in New England. It represents the latest thinking on the systematics of over species that occur in the six-state region, however it is very useful throughout the entire by: The flora of New England: a manual for the identification of all vascular plants including ferns and fern allies growing without cultivation in New England / Related Titles. Series: Phytologia memoirs By. Seymour, Frank Conkling. Type. Book Material. Published material. Publication infoBook Edition: 2nd Ed. The Flora of New England: a manual for the identification of all vascular plants, including ferns, fern allies & flowering. Seymour, Frank Conkling, Associate Curator of the Pringle Herbarium, University of Vermont. The Connecticut Botanical Society identifies bluets as a New England native plant, lists its height as 2 to 8 inches (it is most often on the low end of that range), and gives the diameter of the flower as 1/2 inch. Do not confuse it with mountain bluets (Centaurea montana), which is a larger and totally different plant. Houstonia caerulea is.

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