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Florida wildflowers : a comprehensive guide /

by Taylor, Walter Kingsley.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: Gainesville : University Press of Florida, c2013Description: 567 p. : col. ill. ; 25 cm.ISBN: 9780813044255 (alk. paper); 0813044251 (alk. paper).Subject(s): Wild flowers -- Florida -- Identification | Plant communities -- Florida | Wild flowers -- Florida -- Pictorial works | Flowers -- Florida | Samenpflanzen | Flowers | Plant communities | Wild flowers | Florida | Florida | Guidebooks | Pictorial works
Contents:
Preface: Florida: not a paradise, but a delicious paradox -- The peninsula -- The panhandle -- South Florida -- Introduction: Learning and identifying wildflowers -- Flower structure -- Flowering times -- Distributions -- Part I: Plant names -- Florida's hardwood forested uplands -- Slope forests -- Upland hardwood forests -- Mesic hammocks -- Upland mixed woodlands -- Sandhills and upland pines (clayhills) -- Scrubs -- Pine flatwoods -- Dry prairies -- Coastal uplands -- Shell mounds -- Pine rocklands (subtropical pine forests) -- Rockland hammocks (tropical hardwood hammocks) -- Ruderal areas (disturbed areas) -- Part II: Florida's wetlands -- Wet prairies -- Seepage slopes -- Marshes -- Swamps -- Hydric hammocks -- Bottomland forests and alluvial forests -- Salt marshes -- Mangrove swamps -- Part III: Species descriptions: Florida's hardwood forested uplands -- Slope forests -- Upland hardwood forests -- Mesic hammocks -- Upland mixed woodlands -- Sandhills and upland pines (clayhills) -- Scrubs -- Pine flatwoods -- Coastal uplands -- Pine rocklands -- Rockland hammocks -- Ruderal areas -- Part IV: Species descriptions: Florida's wetlands -- Wet prairies -- Seepage slopes -- Marshes -- Swamps -- Hydric hammocks -- Bottomland forests and alluvial forests -- Salt marshes -- Mangrove swamps -- Places to visit.
List(s) this item appears in: New to the Library: March 2014
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Includes bibliographical references (p. 519-526) and index.

Preface: Florida: not a paradise, but a delicious paradox -- The peninsula -- The panhandle -- South Florida -- Introduction: Learning and identifying wildflowers -- Flower structure -- Flowering times -- Distributions -- Part I: Plant names -- Florida's hardwood forested uplands -- Slope forests -- Upland hardwood forests -- Mesic hammocks -- Upland mixed woodlands -- Sandhills and upland pines (clayhills) -- Scrubs -- Pine flatwoods -- Dry prairies -- Coastal uplands -- Shell mounds -- Pine rocklands (subtropical pine forests) -- Rockland hammocks (tropical hardwood hammocks) -- Ruderal areas (disturbed areas) -- Part II: Florida's wetlands -- Wet prairies -- Seepage slopes -- Marshes -- Swamps -- Hydric hammocks -- Bottomland forests and alluvial forests -- Salt marshes -- Mangrove swamps -- Part III: Species descriptions: Florida's hardwood forested uplands -- Slope forests -- Upland hardwood forests -- Mesic hammocks -- Upland mixed woodlands -- Sandhills and upland pines (clayhills) -- Scrubs -- Pine flatwoods -- Coastal uplands -- Pine rocklands -- Rockland hammocks -- Ruderal areas -- Part IV: Species descriptions: Florida's wetlands -- Wet prairies -- Seepage slopes -- Marshes -- Swamps -- Hydric hammocks -- Bottomland forests and alluvial forests -- Salt marshes -- Mangrove swamps -- Places to visit.

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