2 edition of Keys to the North American species of Carex found in the catalog.
Keys to the North American species of Carex
Kenneth Kent Mackenzie
From North American Flora, Vol. 18, pts. 1-7.
|Statement||[ed. by H.W. Rickett]|
|Contributions||Rickett, Harold William, 1896-,, New York Botanical Garden|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||80|
All other flowering non-woody plants. Asters and all other flowering plants. Key Characteristics Flowering plants without parallel-veined leaves, and flower parts usually in multiples of 4 or 5. Exceptions This is a large group with species that vary widely in characteristics; some narrow-leaved species have only one leaf blade vein, so floral characteristics are important.
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PDF | On Oct 1,William J. Crins and others published "Sedges of Indiana and the Adjacent States: The Non-Carex Species" by Paul E. Rothrock. [book review] | Find, read and cite all Author: William Crins. Carex pumila has not previously been reported from North America and is not included in any keys to North American Carex.
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Dichotomous keys and short diagnoses are provided to enable identification Keys to the North American species of Carex book genera and species.
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