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50 Keystone Flora Species of the Pacific Northwest A Pocket Guide

Field / Identification Guide Coming Soon
By: Collin Varner(Author)
128 pages, 100 colour illustrations, 1 map
50 Keystone Flora Species of the Pacific Northwest
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  • 50 Keystone Flora Species of the Pacific Northwest ISBN: 9780295752884 Paperback Jun 2024 Available for pre-order
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A keystone species is an organism that defines and supports an entire ecosystem, filling a vital ecological niche. Without these species, ecosystems would be radically altered or even collapse. This full-colour, pocket-sized field guide by best-selling naturalist Collin Varner highlights fifty keystone trees, flowering plants, fruit-bearing plants, marine plants, and fungi found across the Pacific Northwest bioregion. Species profiled include Douglas fir, Sitka spruce, large-leafed lupine, wild mint, Salal, salmonberry, marine eelgrass, and red-belted polypore. Each entry features clear photography, etymology, descriptions, habitat information, and risks and warnings. This convenient and easy-to-use reference is perfect for walkers, hikers, campers, and beachcombers and is important for raising awareness of the need to conserve and protect these vital species.

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Collin Varner is a horticulturalist/arboriculturalist. Over his forty-year career, he worked at the University of British Columbia’s Botanical Garden, assumed responsibility for conserving twenty-five thousand trees across campus, and taught courses in native plant studies. Now retired, Varner is an avid photographer, world traveller, and best-selling author of The Flora and Fauna of the Pacific Northwest, Edible and Medicinal Flora of the West Coast, and Invasive Flora of the West Coast.

Field / Identification Guide Coming Soon
By: Collin Varner(Author)
128 pages, 100 colour illustrations, 1 map
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