By: Stephan L Hatch (Author), Kelly C Umphres (Author), A Jenét Ardoin (Author)
323 pages, 348 colour photos, 181 b/w line drawings, 174 b/w distribution maps
Covering 172 species of the most significant common grasses growing in Texas, this complete update of the now-classic Common Texas Grasses: An Illustrated Guide contains range maps and color images of the inflorescences and spikelets of each species along with the detailed, black-and-white illustrations found in the original volume. Identifying descriptive text, keys to genera and species, a checklist, and a glossary round out this standard field reference for botanists, students, and naturalists.
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Stephan L. Hatch is professor of plant taxonomy at Texas A&M University, USA, where he is also curator of the S. M. Tracy Herbarium. Kelly C. Umphres is a range management specialist at the Natural Resources Conservation Service office in Kerrville. A. Jenét Ardoin is an office software associate in the department of ecosystem science and management at Texas A&M, USA.
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