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eBook Wildflowers of Colorado Field Guide (Wildflower Identification Guides) ePub

eBook Wildflowers of Colorado Field Guide (Wildflower Identification Guides) ePub

by Don Mammoser,Stan Tekiela

  • ISBN: 1591931614
  • Category: Biological Sciences
  • Subcategory: Math Science
  • Author: Don Mammoser,Stan Tekiela
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Adventure Publications (May 9, 2007)
  • Pages: 428
  • ePub book: 1433 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1769 kb
  • Other: lit lrf txt mbr
  • Rating: 4.1
  • Votes: 638

Description

You've seen Colorado's beautiful wildflowers. Now learn to identify them. This famous field guide, written by Don Mammoser with Stan Tekiela, features 200 of Colorado's wildflowers organized by color. When you see a purple flower, simply turn to the purple section of the book.

You've seen Colorado's beautiful wildflowers. Full-page photographs correspond with full-page species details, presenting the information tha You've seen Colorado's beautiful wildflowers. Now learn to identify them

This is your field guide to 200 of Minnesota's wildflowers. Wildflower Identification Guides.

This is your field guide to 200 of Minnesota's wildflowers. Full-page photographs and an easy-to-read format present the information that's critical to accurate identification. And the species are organized by color, so when you see a purple flower, simply turn to the purple section of the book.

Focusing on wildflowers of Colorado, this field guide features full-color photographs and information . This famous field guide, written by Don Mammoser with Stan Tekiela, makes identification simple and informative.

Focusing on wildflowers of Colorado, this field guide features full-color photographs and information, organized by color, to help readers quickly and easily identify the wildflowers they see. Learn to identify Colorado's beautiful wildflowers! This famous field guide, written by Don Mammoser with Stan Tekiela, makes identification simple and informative. It features 200 species of the state's most common and widespread wildflowers, organized by color for ease of use. Do you see a purple flower and don't know what it is? Go to the purple section to find out.

A Field Guide to Wildflowers: Northeastern and North-Central North America. There are also identification programs for trees and birds

A Field Guide to Wildflowers: Northeastern and North-Central North America. National Audubon Society Field Guide to North American Wildflowers: Eastern Region (or their Pocket Guide). Newcomb's Wildflower Guide. There are also identification programs for trees and birds. This wildflower database is not all-encompassing; it contains only about 550 of the estimated 5000 species of wildflowers native to the northeastern quarter of the continent.

Wildflowers of Wisconsin Field Guide. Wildflowers of Ohio Field Guide (Field Guides): Stan Tekiela Easy book for the kids to flip through. Title: Wildflowers of Ohio Field GuideAuthor: Tekiela, StanPublisher: Adventure PubnsPublication Date: of Pages: Binding Type: PAPERBACKLibrary of Congress: Wildflowers of Ohio Field Guide. Encore - Colorado journey guide : a driving & hiking guide to ruins, rock art, fossils & formations, written by John Kramer and Julie Martinez ; illustrations by Vernon Morris. Colorado Journey Guide.

This famous field guide, written by Don Mammoser with Stan Tekiela, features 200 of Colorado’s wildflowers organized by color. Full-page photographs correspond with full-page species details, presenting the information that’s critical to accurate identification in an easy-to-read format.

A group to create an online wildflower field guide of flowering plants . Please help me identify this wildflower. I don't think I even knew what I was taking a pic of when I took the picture czar323358 months ago1 replies.

A group to create an online wildflower field guide of flowering plants native (or naturalized) to the United States, Canada an. .

You can never have too many wildflower identification books. The authors based the book on field work ranging from New Hampshire to Virginia. I find that photos in some books don't always show the plant from an angle that shows all the details of leaves and flower. This book does feature full page color photos (about 100 of these) and supplements them with drawings that may show different stages of the plant (berries or a related plant). There's a glossary at the end, but I think some flower diagrams naming the parts would have helped me understand what the glossary was defining.

Field guide that provides at-a-glance identification for more than 300 native North American wildflowers. Written by a respected botanist and veteran field guide author. Logically arranged by flower color and shape.

Learn to identify Colorado’s beautiful wildflowers! This famous field guide, written by Don Mammoser with Stan Tekiela, makes identification simple and informative. It features 200 species of the state’s most common and widespread wildflowers, organized by color for ease of use. Do you see a purple flower and don’t know what it is? Go to the purple section to find out. Full-page photographs correspond with full-page species details, presenting all the information that’s critical for accurate identification in an easy-to-read format. Naturalist notes and gee-whiz facts further enhance your knowledge, making this an essential field guide for your backpack, cabin, or camper.

Comments

Mazuzahn Mazuzahn
Fun little field guide for Colorado hikers. It fits nicely in your pack or even in a large pocket and we find ourselves referring to it often while hiking and even after returning home while looking through photographs. Our kids love using this book on hikes as well, and it's a great way to keep them entertained on longer treks (especially our youngest who's not too keen on hiking). I appreciate the color coding which makes finding the plant much easier, and the additional information it provides on each plant is a plus. The only downside is that there is little information on plant foliage, which is many times important in identifying a particular flower (the pictures help some, but not all pictures include the leaves, and sometimes you want to identify a plant that's not in bloom!). Overall though, this is a great little field guide!
Ffel Ffel
This whole sequence of books (birds, trees, mammals) are organized in a way that makes them easy to use outdoors. Pocket sized pages in this series are organized by color, size, leaf structure, etc. to simplify quick identification. With one page per species and excellent color photos (including insets where necessary to distinguish gender, for example), the author includes the most useful facts along with his own personal recommendations. Publishing various book versions by State keeps their size manageable and further simplifies its use. After seeing the Colorado wildflower book, I bought the rest of the set.
Fato Fato
This is the book I keep in a plastic zip bag in my vehicle. As valuable as a road map only more fun! I mark the pages with where and when I see the wildflowers to create a record.
Fhois Fhois
This is really a good Colorado wildflower guide with great information on each species featured. Most of the photographs are very well done. My only reason for giving 4 stars instead of 5 is that there are some flower species missing from the book. I live on 5 acres in the Colorado mountains and spring 2008 was a banner year for wildflowers. There were several species that came up on our property that were not shown in this guide. Otherwise, this is a terrific guide!
Gardataur Gardataur
Just moved to Colorado so I'm learning the flowers and really am enjoying this book. I like how it's organized and although some criticized that it did not cover all the flowers (does cover the most common ones), for a person just getting to know the flowers of CO, it is perfect. Small enough to tuck in my hiking pocket.
Goldfury Goldfury
This is a field guide, which I knew when I ordered it, but it is still not as detailed as I had hoped. The flowers I wanted to look up were not found. Photos are well done and the information of the included flowers is interesting.
Bolanim Bolanim
This is a decent guide, but I would only recommend it if you value having a small, compact book more than having a guide that will help you identify most flowers you find. I estimate only about half the flowers I find on hikes are in this book. The authors have apparently taken the approach of including the most common Colorado flowers, but this leaves many out. This is somewhat frustrating because I already know a lot of the common flowers (paintbrush, bluebell, pasqueflower, etc). I'm going in search of a more comprehensive, if heavier, guidebook.
I like the way this guide is organized by flower color. No, it does not have every single wildflower growing in Colorado, but it has a very wide selection and is all that the average hiker needs to identify most flowers.