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Main Title Common marsh plants of the United States and Canada.
Author Hotchkiss, Neil,
Publisher Bureau of Sport Fisheries and Wildlife; for sale by the Supt. of Docs., U.S. Govt. Print. Off.,
Year Published 1971
OCLC Number 00198952
Subjects Marsh plants--United States--Identification. ; Marsh plants--Canada--Identification. ; Marsh plants--Identification.
Additional Subjects Marsh flora--United States--Identification ; Marsh flora--Canada--Identification ; Marsh flora--Identification
Holdings
Library Call Number Additional Info Location Last
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Status
EJDM  QK115.H672 1971 OASQA Library/Fort Meade,MD 01/01/1988
EMAD  US FSW/SPW RP 93 Region 6 Library/Dallas,TX 11/19/2012
ENAM  QK115.A3 no. 93 Region 7 IRC Library/Kansas City,KS 01/28/2000
Collation v, 99 pages illustrations 27 cm.
Notes
"December 1970."
Contents Notes
Introduction. pp. 1-4. Group 1. Plants with upright or upslanted leafless stems; or similar plants with long, narrow leaves coming from the lower part of the stems; flowers usually individually inconspicuous, but crowded and numerous. pp. 5-22. Group 2. Plants with upright or upslanted stems with grass-like leaves on two sides (one plane); flowers individually inconspicuous between scales which overlap in two rows to form spikelets, the spikelets clustered toward the top of stems. pp. 23-36. Group 3. Plants with upright stems with grass-like leaves on three sides; flowers individually inconspicuous between scales which usually overlap in several rows to form spikelets, the spikelets clustered toward the top of stems. pp. 37-45. Group 4. Plants with upright, sprawling, or horizontal stems with singly placed, non-grasslike, lance-shaped or wider, untoothed leaves; flowers clustered at the end of stems or single or clustered at the base of leaves. pp. 46-55. Group 5. Plants with upright, sprawling, or horizontal stems with paired, whorled, or otherwise clustered, lance-shaped or wider, untoothed leaves; or plants with leafless stems and paired or whorled branches; flowers single or clustered at the end of stems, in stalked heads along stems, or single or clustered at the base of leaves. pp. 56-69. Group 6. Plants with both their lance-shaped or wider, untoothed leaves and the stalks of their solitary flowers or flower clusters coming from underground stems or underwater sterms. pp. 70-86. Group 7. Plants with tooth-edged to deeply divided leaves or leaflets. pp. 87-94. Index. pp. 95-99.