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eBook Trees: Revised and Updated (A Golden Guide from St. Martin's Press) ePub

by Alexander C. Martin,Dorothea Barlowe,Sy Barlowe,Herbert S. Zim

  • ISBN: 158238133X
  • Category: Biological Sciences
  • Subcategory: Math Science
  • Author: Alexander C. Martin,Dorothea Barlowe,Sy Barlowe,Herbert S. Zim
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Golden Guides from St. Martin's Press; 2nd edition (April 14, 2001)
  • Pages: 160
  • ePub book: 1972 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1607 kb
  • Other: docx doc lrf txt
  • Rating: 4.4
  • Votes: 464

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Relaunched in 2000, Golden Guides from St. Martin's Press feature modern, new covers as part of a multi-year, million-dollar program to revise, update, and expand the complete line of guides for a new generation of students.

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Publication Date: February 1, 2014. Trees, A Guide to Familiar American Trees by Herbert S. Zim and Alexander C Martin, revised by Jonathan P. Latimar. Thankfully, this volume is easy to use and the entries, though comparatively brief, provide the reader with a wealth of pertinent information.

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Golden Guides from St. Martin's Press have been updated and revised to revitalize the complete line of guides for a new generation of. .2. Illustrated by. Dorothea Barlowe, Sy Barlowe. Martin's Press have been updated and revised to revitalize the complete line of guides for a new generation of students.

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This is a practical beginner's guide to the most common American wildflowers. Emphasis is on those with showy petals and those that the amateur is most likely to see. Special features include: Where to look for wildflowers Tips on how to collect and grow them Simplified range maps As an added aid to quick and easy identification, the flowers are grouped according to color. Trees: a Guide to Familiar American Trees (Golden Guides).

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vintage Insects A Guide to Familiar American Insects, Zim and Cottam, paperback 1956 by MotherMuse on Etsy. Paperback ~ Very good copy of the vintage children's book by Golden Nature Guides, 1962 printing. All books are shipped via media mail and will take a week or two to arrive. Thanks to the foresight and devotion of members of the Guada Coma Garden Club, Landa Park was designated as an arboretum in In the arboretum was named after William and Dolores Schumann, in honor of their endless devotion to this botanica. Martin's Press feature modern, new covers as part of a multi-year, million-dollar program to revise, update . product description page. Trees - (Golden Guide from St. Martin's Press) by Alexander C Martin & Herbert S Zim (Paperback). Shipping & Returns.

Alexander C Martin, Herbert S Zim, Dorothea Barlowe. This Golden Guide describes and illustrates in full color 143 of our most important and common trees. Learn: How to recognize tree shapes, flowers, buds, leaves, and fruits. Where each species grows. The parts of a tree, and the various kinds of trees.

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This Golden Guide describes and illustrates in full color more than 140 of our most common trees. Learn:

-How to recognize tree shapes, flowers, buds, leaves, and fruits-Where each species grows-The parts of a tree and the various kinds of trees

Perfect for nature lovers of all ages, this is an indispensable guide for everyone who wants to be able to recognize the different trees in North America.

Comments

Fohuginn Fohuginn
If you spend everyday in the woods and need to be aware of the finer distinctions between hawthorns, then the bigger, glossier tree guides are for you. Personally, I find them almost overwhelming in their detail. The Golden Guides were pitch-perfect in the simplicity married to precision. I've used these books with numerous children to help inspire their passion for trees: they were so clear and artistically managed that four-year olds have gone on nature walks with me and managed to properly identify sassafras and different types of pine.

The clarity of the Golden Guide Trees more than compensates for its smaller size. Highly recommended.
Vizil Vizil
Bought this book to update the ones we have at our cabin which were published in the 1950s (according to the hand written birthday note in the inside cover with the year). Well.. I havent done an exact side by side comparison but as far as I can tell from reading them they have made no changes to the contents of the book.
Gir Gir
I love Golden Guides. I got my first as a kid in the 60’s. I still have all of mine & am now buying them for my grandchildren. Not at all babyish, great illustrations, with informative written detail.
HeonIc HeonIc
I am a hobbyisnt woodworker that wanted to know a bit more about trees. This book made me look at trees a lot different. Now, when i go on runs, i don't stop staring at trees and trying to guess what they are. When I'm walking around i can pull up this guide on my phone and semi-easily identify which tree I am looking at.
However, the formatting could be a bit more consistent in this guide. For example, some trees don't have maps, some trees dont have illustrations. Also, the start of new types of trees are shown differently (oaks had a small description and then descriptions for each oak while maple had a large centered heading and then the descriptions of each maple)
Unh Unh
Best insect field guide for hikes. Small, hand sized. Easy to navigate with just enough insects to begin to identify what we saw. Not good for exact identification, but a great start.
Dianaghma Dianaghma
I found it a little disappointing when I realized it only showcased North American insects. However, considering the sheer amount of species of bugs that exist the world, there is just no reasonable way to fit so much info into a field guide as small as this. It does a good job of summarizing the main orders.
Bort Bort
This book is an excellent field guide, as is the rest of the Golden Guides. I carry this on me when I'm in the field at work for quick identification of species. While it is a smaller book and does not have an extensive amount of information on each species, it has just enough to know what you are looking at in the field so you can research at a later date, saving you from lugging a huge identification key around.
These small pocket guides, are a good means of identifying the local birds in your area. They may not provide all the information you are looking for, but that information is now on the web. So it provides a very good start.