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By: Ron Lance(Author)
518 pages, colour photos, colour distribution maps, tables
The taxonomy and identification of hawthorns (genus Crataegus) in eastern North America is one of the most notorious challenges in regional botany. Haws: A Guide to Hawthorns of the Southeastern United States was written to fill a long-standing void in hawthorn understanding for the southeastern US, designed for both nature enthusiast and academic student. All significant species and their variations known to occur in the area are presented, using copious photographs, identification keys, range maps, natural histories and reference tables. The 206 pertinent taxa described include a synonymy of over 390 additional names.
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