By: William H Murdy and Eloise M Brown Carter
106 pages, 81 col photos, 12 figs, 1 map
Designed for the recreational naturalist and specialist alike, the guide includes an illustrated glossary and an introduction that summarizes the origins and locations of granite outcrops and their characteristic species. More detailed discussions describe the kinds of plants that occur together throughout the seasonal year and the effects of soil depth on the location of various species.
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