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Wild Orchids of Texas

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Series: Corrie Herring Hooks Series Volume: 42
By: Joe Liggio, Ann Orto Liggio and David H Riskind
228 pages, 87 col photos, 54 maps
Wild Orchids of Texas
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  • Wild Orchids of Texas ISBN: 9780292747128 Hardback Feb 2000 Out of Print #106619
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Presents all 54 wild orchids of Texas, and species descriptions accompanying colour photos discuss the plant's flowers, blooming season, pollinators, typical habitats, and range, including its distribution within and beyond Texas. The species are grouped by genus and also listed by colour, county, and habitat for easy reference.

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Out of Print
Series: Corrie Herring Hooks Series Volume: 42
By: Joe Liggio, Ann Orto Liggio and David H Riskind
228 pages, 87 col photos, 54 maps
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Of all the state and regional books on orchids, this is the best that I have read. As attractive as it is educational, this book will stand as the bible of Texas orchids for decades to come. --Carl R. Slaughter, author of Wild Orchids of Arkansas
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