By: Robert B Kaul, David Sutherland and Steven Rolfsmeier
983 pages, 16 plates with colour photos, b/w line drawings, colour & b/w maps, 2000 b/w distribution maps
All of the nearly 2000 species that grow outside cultivation in Nebraska are described, as are their habitats and ranges. About two-thirds are native to Nebraska, and the others are naturalized from elsewhere, especially Europe and Asia.
Includes keys, descriptions, and distributional maps of all native and naturalized species, with comments about their past, present and future status.
Newly updated and revised.
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