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Field Guides & Natural History  Botany  Floras & Botanical Field Guides  Botany of North America

North American Wildland Plants A Field Guide

Field / Identification Guide
By: James Stubbendieck(Author), Stephan L Hatch(Author), Neal M Bryan(Author), Cheryl D Dunn(Author)
528 pages, 221 b/w line drawings
North American Wildland Plants
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North American Wildland Plants contains descriptions of the salient characteristics of the most important wildland plants of North America. This comprehensive reference assists individuals with limited botanical knowledge as well as natural resource professionals in identifying wildland plants. The two hundred species of wildland plants in North American Wildland Plants were selected because of their abundance, desirability, or poisonous properties.

Each illustration has been enhanced with labels pointing to key characteristics to facilitate the identification of unknown plants. Each plant description includes plant characteristics, an illustration of the plant with enlarged parts, and a general distribution map for North America. Each species description includes nomenclature; life span; origin; season of growth; inflorescence, flower or spikelet, or other reproductive parts; vegetative parts; and growth characteristics. Brief notes are included on habitat; livestock losses; and historic, food, and medicinal uses. This third edition contains additional refinements in the nomenclature, distribution, illustrations, and descriptions of plants.

Contents

Acknowledgments Introduction Wildland Plants Grasses Family POACEAE Tribe Scientific Name ANDROPOGONEAE Andropogon gerardi Andropogon virginicus Bothriochloa laguroides Heteropogon contortus Schizachyrium scoparium Sorghastrum nutans Tripsacum dactyloides ARISTIDEAE Aristida oligantha Aristida purpurea AVENEAE Agrostis stoloniferaAvena barbata Avena fatua Avenula hookeri Calamagrostis canadensis Calamagrostis rubescens Deschampsia cespitosa Koeleria macrantha Phalaris arundinacea Phleum alpinum Phleum pratense Trisetum spicatum BROMEAE Bromus carinatus Bromus diandrus Bromus hordeaceus Bromus inermis Bromus tectorum CYNODONTEAE Bouteloua curtipendula Bouteloua dactyloides Bouteloua eriopoda Bouteloua gracilis Bouteloua hirsuta Bouteloua repens Chloris cucullata Cynodon dactylon Hilaria belangeri Hilaria jamesii Hilaria mutica Schedonnardus paniculatus Spartina gracilis Spartina pectinata DANTHONIEAE Danthonia californica Danthonia intermedia Danthonia parryi ERAGROSTEAE Blepharoneuron tricholepis Calamovilfa longifolia Distichlis spicata Eragrostis curvula Eragrostis trichodes Leptochloa dubia Muhlenbergia montana Muhlenbergia porteri Muhlenbergia torreyi Redfieldia flexuosa Scleropogon brevifolius Sporobolus airoides Sporobolus compositus Sporobolus cryptandrus MELICEAE Melica bulbosa PANICEAE Digitaria californica Panicum hallii Panicum obtusum Panicum virgatum Paspalum distichum Pennisetum ciliare Setaria leucopila POEAE Dactylis glomerata Festuca campestris Festuca idahoensis Poa fendleriana Poa pratensis Poa secunda Vulpia octoflora STIPEAE Achnatherum hymenoides Achnatherum nelsonii Hesperostipa comata Nassella leucotricha Nassella pulchra TRITICEAE Agropyron cristatum Elymus canadensis Elymus elymoides Elymus trachycaulus Hordeum jubatum Hordeum pusillum Leymus cinereus Pascopyrum smithii Pseudoroegneria spicata Taeniatherum caput-medusae Thinopyrum intermedium Grasslike Plants Family Scientific Name CYPERACEAE Carex filifolia Carex geyeri Carex nebrascensis Carex utriculata Schoenoplectus acutus JUNCACEAE Juncus balticus Forbs and Woody Plants Family Scientific Name ANACARDIACEAE Rhus aromatica APIACEAE Conium maculatum ASTERACEAE Tribe Scientific Name ANTHEMIDEAE Achillea millefolium Artemisia cana Artemisia filifolia Artemisia frigida Artemisia ludoviciana Artemisia nova Artemisia spinescens Artemisia tridentata ASTEREAE Amphiachyris dracunculoides Chrysothamnus viscidiflorus Ericameria nauseosa Grindelia squarrosa Gutierrezia sarothrae Heterotheca villosa Solidago missouriensis CICHORIEAE Agoseris glauca Crepis acuminata Taraxacum officinale EUPATORIEAE Liatris punctata HELIANTHEAE Ambrosia deltoidea Ambrosia dumosa Ambrosia psilostachya Baileya multiradiata Balsamorhiza sagittata Flourensia cernua Hymenoxys hoopesii Hymenoxys odorata Ratibida columnifera Wyethia amplexicaulis Wyethia mollis SENECIONEAE Senecio flaccidus Senecio serra Tetradymia canescens Family Scientific Name BETULACEAE Alnus incana BRASSICACEAE Descurainia pinnata Stanleya pinnata CANNABACEAE Celtis pallida CAPRIFOLIACEAE Symphoricarpos albus Symphoricarpos occidentalis CHENOPODIACEAE Atriplex canescens Atriplex confertifolia Atriplex gardneri Grayia spinosa Halogeton glomeratus Kochia americana Kochia scoparia Krascheninnikovia lanata Salsola tragus Sarcobatus vermiculatus CLUSIACEAE Hypericum perforatum CORNACEAE Cornus sericea CUPRESSACEAE Juniperus monosperma Juniperus scopulorum DENNSTAEDTIACEAE Pteridium aquilinum ELAEAGNACEAE Shepherdia canadensis EPHEDRACEAE Ephedra trifurca ERICACEAE Arctostaphylos pungens Arctostaphylos uva-ursi FABACEAE Acacia berlandieri Acacia farnesiana Acacia greggii Acacia rigidula Amorpha canescens Astragalus mollissimus Dalea purpurea Lupinus caudatus Medicago polymorpha Oxytropis lambertii Prosopis glandulosa Psoralidium tenuiflorum FAGACEAE Quercus gambelii Quercus stellata GERANIACEAE Erodium botrys Erodium cicutarium Geranium richardsonii GROSSULARIACEAE Ribes cereum KRAMERIACEAE Krameria erecta MALVACEAE Sphaeralcea coccinea ONAGRACEAE Chamaenerion angustifolium PINACEAE Pinus edulis Pinus ponderosa PLANTAGINACEAE Penstemon glaber Plantago patagonica RANUNCULACEAE Delphinium bicolor Delphinium occidentale RHAMNACEAE Ceanothus cuneatus Ceanothus fendleri Ceanothus integerrimus Ceanothus velutinus ROSACEAE Adenostoma fasciculatum Amelanchier alnifolia Cercocarpus ledifolius Cercocarpus montanus Coleogyne ramosissima Dasiphora fruticosa Fallugia paradoxa Prunus virginiana Purshia stansburyana Purshia tridentata Rosa woodsii SALICACEAE Populus tremuloides Salix bebbiana Salix exigua ZYGOPHYLLACEAE Larrea tridentata Glossary Authorities Checklist of Wildland Plants Selected References Index

Customer Reviews

Biography

James Stubbendieck is director emeritus of the Center for Great Plains Studies, College of Arts and Sciences, and professor emeritus of grassland ecology in the Department of Agronomy and Horticulture, Institute of Agriculture and Natural Resources, at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln.

Stephan L. Hatch is professor of grass taxonomy in the Department of Ecosystem Science and Management and director of the S. M. Tracy Herbarium at Texas A&M University.

Neal M. Bryan is associate director of graduate student and postdoctoral development, Office of Graduate Studies at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln.

Cheryl D. Dunn is research manager and herbarium curator in the Department of Agronomy and Horticulture, Institute of Agriculture and Natural Resources, at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln.

Field / Identification Guide
By: James Stubbendieck(Author), Stephan L Hatch(Author), Neal M Bryan(Author), Cheryl D Dunn(Author)
528 pages, 221 b/w line drawings
Media reviews

"Will prove useful to both individuals with limited botanical knowledge as well as natural resource professionals in identifying wildland plants."
Natural Resources Journal

"This standard in the field [...] just keeps getting better."
Choice

"An excellent field guide for amateurs and professionals who want to identify the common species in non-forested regions of North America [...] The species accounts include excellent, detailed line drawings, range maps, taxonomy, reproductive and vegetative characteristics, forage value, and habitat."
Wildlife Activist

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