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Florida wildflowers : a comprehensive guide / Walter Kingsley Taylor.

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Author/Creator:
Taylor, Walter Kingsley, 1939-
Language:
English.
Publication date:
2013
Imprint:
Gainesville : University Press of Florida, c2013.
Format:
  • Book
  • xv, 567 p. : col. ill., maps ; 25 cm.
Bibliography:
Includes bibliographical references (p. 519-526) and index.
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.
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ISBN:
9780813044255
0813044251

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