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Introduction to Shore Wildflowers of California. Oregon, and Washington

Field / Identification Guide
By: Philip A Munz
256 pages, 181 Col photos, 180 b/w illus, 2 maps
Introduction to Shore Wildflowers of California. Oregon, and Washington
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  • Introduction to Shore Wildflowers of California. Oregon, and Washington ISBN: 9780520236394 Edition: 2 Paperback Mar 2003 Usually dispatched within 4 days
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First published nearly 40 years ago this guide has introduced thousands to the wildflowers and other plants that grow along the Pacific coastline. Now thoroughly updated and revised this field guide describes and illustrates 268 species. Includes native and introduced species of wildflowers, and common trees and shrubs.

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Philip A. Munz (1892-1974) of the Rancho Santa Ana Botanical Garden was Professor of Botany at Pomona College, serving as Dean for three years. Dianne Lake is Rare Plant Committee Co-Chair and Unusual Plants Coordinator at the California Native Plant Society, East Bay Chapter. Phyllis M. Faber is General Editor of the California Natural History Guides.

Field / Identification Guide
By: Philip A Munz
256 pages, 181 Col photos, 180 b/w illus, 2 maps
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