By: Diantha States and Jack States
256 pages, 363 col photos, illus, 1 map
Wyoming is home to a spectacular array of colorful and seasonally diverse wildflowers. "Wildflowers of Wyoming" explores the unique communities of flowering plants associated with six major vegetation zones of the area: plains, steppe, foothills, montane, subalpine, and alpine. With a focus on the wildflowers representing major flower groups, the guide is organized alphabetically by common family name. Color photographs of the whole plant are provided and narrative descriptions include plant form, flower characteristics, habitat information, and range. Over 300 flower species are described and illustrated, making it possible for plant enthusiasts to identify and enjoy Wyoming wildflowers using only one guidebook.
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