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Plants of the Rocky Mountains
Linda J. Kershaw, Jim Pojar, and Andy MacKinnon
Plants of the Rocky Mountains covers more than 1,300 species of trees, shrubs, wildflowers, grasses, ferns, mosses and lichens found throughout the Rockies, including Colorado, Wyoming, Montana, and Alberta. It is best used in the mountains, and less applicable in the valleys and deserts. The book has simple keys that work for the beginner or professional botanist, and it makes a great local companion to Botany in a Day.
The text includes notes about ecology, native uses, edibility and similar species. There are 900 small, but high-quality color photos and more than 700 line drawings. Quality paper and a rugged cover make this book ideal to pack along on a hike or camping trip. 384 Pages. Lone Pine Publishing. 1998. ISBN: 978-1551050881.
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