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Texas Cacti A Field Guide

Field / Identification Guide
By: Brian Loflin and Shirley Loflin
312 pages, 483 colour photos, 103 maps, bib, index
Texas Cacti
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In "Texas Cacti", authors Brian and Shirley Loflin present a concise, fully illustrated field guide to more than one hundred of the cacti most often found in Texas and the surrounding region. The book opens with an illustrated introduction to cactus habitat and anatomy. The species are then organized by stem shape, with each account featuring detailed color photographs, specific identifying features (including spines, flowers, fruits, and seeds) and information about common and scientific names, habitat, flowering season, and more. The photographs, range maps, and icons designating shape, conservation status, and blooming period, along with easy-to-understand descriptions, make this book a quick and friendly guide to cactus identification for botanists, amateur naturalists, and cactus enthusiasts alike.

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BRIAN AND SHIRLEY LOFLIN are independent writers and photographers living in Austin, Texas. Authors of Grasses of the Texas Hill Country, the Loflins also teach nature photography workshops in a variety of venues. Their photographs have appeared in many books and periodicals, including Texas Parks and Wildlife, Outdoor Photographer, and Texas Highways.
Field / Identification Guide
By: Brian Loflin and Shirley Loflin
312 pages, 483 colour photos, 103 maps, bib, index
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