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Coastal Plants from Cape Cod to Cape Canaveral

Field / Identification Guide

By: Irene H Stuckey and Lisa Lofland Gould

305 pages, Col photos

University of North Carolina Press

Paperback | Mar 2001 | #118058 | ISBN: 0807848948
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Hardback | Mar 2001 | #118057 | ISBN: 0807825824
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About this book

A handy illustrated guide to 125 wildflowers, grasses, trees, and other plants of the Atlantic coast This beautifully illustrated book introduces readers to 125 frequently encountered wildflowers and other plants that grow in coastal habitats from Massachusetts to central Florida. Drawn from the authors' many years studying, photographing, and teaching about plants and their habitats, this handy guide will appeal to everyone from the budding naturalist out to enjoy a day at the beach to the professional scientist seeking accurate, current information. Organized by plant family, the guide provides the scientific and common names for each species, notes about range and habitat, and a detailed botanical description that includes information about growth habits and life history, flowers and fruits, human uses, and importance to wildlife. Color photographs accompany each entry. Other features include a section on planning field trips, a glossary, and a list of selected natural areas to visit: 177 sites in 12 states.


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Biography

Irene H. Stuckey and Lisa Lofland Gould are well known for their popular field trips, lectures, writings, and photographs devoted to wild plants and plant ecology. Stuckey is professor emerita of plant physiology at the University of Rhode Island's Agricultural Experiment Station, where her recent research focused on salt marshes. She lives in Nashville, Tennessee. Gould is a research associate at the University of Rhode Island, executive director of the Rhode Island Natural History Survey, and a founder of the Rhode Island Wild Plant Society. She lives in West Kingston, Rhode Island.

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