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eBook Ozark Wildflowers (Wildflower Series) ePub

by Don Kurz

  • ISBN: 1560447303
  • Category: Biological Sciences
  • Subcategory: Math Science
  • Author: Don Kurz
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: FalconGuides; 1st edition (April 1, 1999)
  • Pages: 272
  • ePub book: 1591 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1849 kb
  • Other: rtf lit docx mobi
  • Rating: 4.2
  • Votes: 111

Description

The wildflowers are arranged by color and season of bloom to aid in quick identification. Don Kurz is a trained botanist and professional nature photographer.

The wildflowers are arranged by color and season of bloom to aid in quick identification. He has written and illustrated numerous magazine articles, calendars, and is author of Scenic Driving the Ozarks. He resides just outside of Jefferson City, Missouri. Series: Wildflower Series. Paperback: 272 pages.

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Ozark Wildflowers (Wildflower Series). 00 руб. EAN/UPC/ISBN Code 9781560447306. Book science & nature. Field guide to more than 350 wildflowers conveniently arranged by flower color for easy identification. Includes vibrant color photos and descriptions. Central Rocky Mountain Wildflowers: Including Yellowstone and Grand Teton National Parks (Wildflower Series) EAN 978156044.

Series: Wildflower Series. Images Additional images. 277 pages, colour photos, b/w line drawings, 1 colour map. Publisher: Globe Pequot Press. Fully revised and updated, "Ozark Wildflowers" contains vivid photos and detailed descriptions of the diverse flora species of the Ozarks region, from southern Missouri to northern Arkansas. Organized by color and family for easy plant identification, this handy reference includes clear descriptions, classifications, habitat, blooming information, and photographs for more than 365 wildflowers, making it the perfect companion for the experienced botanist and novice alike.

From the bloom of spring beauties in late winter, to the last goldenrods of November, there is always a floral display somewhere. Many of our most appreciated wildflowers, like fire pink, larkspur, purple coneflower and columbine, are common here and easily identifiable for the beginner. There are few better places than the Ozarks to catch sight of some of the rarest and most unusual wildflowers.

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Field guide to more than 350 wildflowers conveniently arranged by flower color for easy identification. Includes vibrant color photos and descriptions.

Comments

Liarienen Liarienen
I have another guide in this series, Prairie Wildflowers, that I absolutely love and that provides very good coverage here in Central Illinois. I found, however, that this guide didn't include a lot of flowers I encountered in Missouri. This guide is much better at Missouri. I also have a copy of Missouri Wildflowers, by Edgar Denison, and find that between the two I can look up about anything that I can find in MO. I will say that between the two Missouri guides this one has much better pictures. Missouri Wildflowers contains a lot of older pictures that have poor resolution. This can be a problem when flowers are clustered, or small, or the plant has small leaves. Overall, this is a wonderful guide and I recommend it.
Daigami Daigami
I have over 50 field guides in my library, but this is the one I use the most. It allows me to quickly identify the plants I find without having to resort to using keys. You can do most of the identification by simply using the pictures. Fortunately Don Kurz has provided excellent photographs and the book has high quality printing. If you live anywhere near the Ozark region and you want to identify plants, this is the one book you need.
Very Old Chap Very Old Chap
I didn't find in this book the wildflower I saw in a field a year ago, but it has great pictures of many of the wildflowers of Missouri, and the midwest. It is a good book to add to your library! Amazon is slow with delivery unless you have Amazon Prime, but it did come before the fall frost! For that I'm thankful!
Minnai Minnai
good
Danial Danial
I decided to purchase this book, because each spring I found myself checking it out from our local public library. I figured if I liked it that much I should own my own. I'm so glad I did. I've really enjoyed it. My 6 year old daughter loves it also. The pictures are very good. We use it quite often.
Kulwes Kulwes
Wish it was expanded but what was done was done very well. High quality pages and photos. Looking forward to one on shrubs/vines/trees.
spark spark
Beautiful, clear pictures. I would not want it as my only guide, but in conjunction with several others, it's an excellent reference.
I purchased this book as a compation to Wildflowers of Arkansas by Carl Hunter. I especially like the way this book is arranged; by the color of the flowers. This makes speedy field identification of flowers possible. I also like the quality of the photographs.