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by Robert H. Mohlenbrock,Douglas M Ladd PhD

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Author: Robert H. Mohlenbrock,Douglas M Ladd PhD
Publisher: Southern Illinois University Press; 1st edition (February 27, 1978)
Language: English
Pages: 296
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Distribution of Illinois Vascular Plants.

Distribution of Illinois Vascular Plants.

Robert H. Mohlenbrock. and. Douglas M. Ladd. This book is intended to bring up-to-date the distribution of every vascular plant known to occur in Illinois as a native, naturalized, or escaped species

Robert H. Start of CitationSouthern Illinois University Press1978End of Citation. Mohlenbrock, Robert H. Distribution of Illinois vascular plants. This book is intended to bring up-to-date the distribution of every vascular plant known to occur in Illinois as a native, naturalized, or escaped species. All species and recognizable varieties are included in this work, but forms have been omitted, principally because of their sporadic occurrence. All named hybrids are included, but unnamed hybrids are not. by Robert H. Mohlenbrock and Douglas M. There are 251 pages of distribution maps included in this book. The plants are arranged alphabetically by genus, and under each genus alphabetically by species.

Start by marking Distribution of Illinois Vascular Plants as Want to Read . The nomenclature follows Mohlenbrock, Guide to the Vascular Flora of Illinois (1975).

Start by marking Distribution of Illinois Vascular Plants as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. The plants are arranged alphabetically by genus, and un This new distribution list-the first since Winterringer and Evers (1960)-brings up-to-date every vascular plant known to occur in Illinois as a native, naturalized, or escaped species, some 3,001 taxa of vascular plants within the boundaries of the state. Mohlenbrock (born September 26, 1931) is an American botanist and author. He is an authority on the plants of Illinois, with expertise in floristics, plant taxonomy, endangered species, and wetland flora

Robert H. He is an authority on the plants of Illinois, with expertise in floristics, plant taxonomy, endangered species, and wetland flora. Mohlenbrock began his studies of the flora of southern Illinois at an early age. During childhood walks in the woods and along the banks of the Big Muddy River, he recalls mentally noting the diverse flora and fauna around Murphysboro, Illinois

Distribution of Illinois Vascular Plants.

This latest Vascular Flora of Illinois includes over thirty-two hundred .

In addition, for the first time, taxa below the rank of species are recognized and may be identified by keys. Robert H. Mohlenbrock taught botany at Southern Illinois University Carbondale for thirty-four years, obtaining the title of Distinguished Professor.

Mohlenbrock's landmarkGuide,so heralded at its initial appearance in 1975, has now been revised to include nearly a five percent increase in the number of taxa occurring uncultivated in the state of Illinois. Here are 3,204 taxa of ferns, gymnosperms, and flowering plants

Mohlenbrock's landmarkGuide,so heralded at its initial appearance in 1975, has now been revised to include nearly a five percent increase in the number of taxa occurring uncultivated in the state of Illinois. Here are 3,204 taxa of ferns, gymnosperms, and flowering plants. Along with the addition of many new taxa, Mohlenbrock notes where the sta�tus of several taxa has been changed and where nomenclatural revisions have been made. When there is a common name generally used in Illinois for a taxa, he provides it as well

Distribution of Illinois Plants. Southern Illinois University Press, Carbondale, 1978.

Distribution of Illinois Plants. The Illustrated Flora of Illinois. Flowering Plants: Hollies to Loasas.

This new distribution list—the first since Winterringer and Evers (1960)—brings up-to-date every vascular plant known to occur in Illinois as a native, naturalized, or escaped species, some 3,001 taxa of vascular plants within the boundaries of the state.

 

There are 251 pages of distribution maps included in this book. The plants are arranged alphabetically by genus, and under each genus alphabetically by species. The nomenclature follows Mohlenbrock, Guide to the Vascular Flora of Illinois (1975).

 

In addition, a list of synonyms applied to Illinois taxa by Fernald (1950), Gleason (1952), and Jones (1963) follows the distribution maps.

 

Finally, in order to gain an under­standing of relationships of the plants in the Illinois flora, all 3,001 taxa are arranged in a phylogenetic sequence at the end of the book.