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Trees Of Texas Field Guide

Author: Stan Tekiela
Publisher: Adventure Publications
ISBN: 9781591932154
Size: 48.27 MB
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Trees are all around, but how much do you know about them? With this handy field guide, you can make tree identification simple, informative and productive. Learn about 180 Texas trees, organized in the book by leaf type and attachment. Fact-filled information contains the information you want to know, while full-page photos provide the visual detail needed for accurate identification. Trees are fascinating and wonderful, and this is the perfect introduction to them.

Trees Of Central Texas

Author: Quick Reference Publishing
Publisher: Quick Reference Pub Incorporated
ISBN: 9780982490525
Size: 32.81 MB
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A back-pocket, portable, yet comprehensive field guide to the many trees native to the Central Texas region. Includes gorgeous, detailed, full-color illustrations of the tree shapes, leaves, fruits, and flowers?the distinguishing features of 54 species of native trees. Categorized by size?with a special sections for Oaks. Also includes a section on tree growth and anatomy, as well as the leaf shapes, fruits, seeds, nuts, cones, or pods that will enable you to confidently identify the many native trees you'll encounter on the meadows, hills, trails, and roadsides of the area. Made in Texas

Trees Of Texas

Author: Carmine A. Stahl
Publisher: Texas A & M University Press
ISBN: 9781585442423
Size: 53.92 MB
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Organized by leaf shape, looks at more than two hundred species, both native and naturalized, presenting the formal Latin name, popular name, types of leaves, typical full height, family, and where it can be found in Texas.

Trees Of Central Texas

Author: Robert A. Vines
Publisher: University of Texas Press
ISBN: 0292793308
Size: 12.47 MB
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A comprehensive and compact field guide, Trees of Central Texas introduces 186 species of tree life in Central Texas, an area roughly the region of the Edwards Plateau and bordered by the Balcones Escarpment on the south and east, the Pecos River on the west, and the Texas Plains and the Llano Uplift on the north. From the hardy oaks and rugged mesquites to the graceful willows, cottonwoods, and pecans, the tree life of Central Texas varies as much as the vast and changing land that hosts it. Full descriptions and superb illustrations of all the native and naturalized trees of the region as well as fascinating bits of history and lore make this an essential guide to the wealth of tree life in Central Texas. Drawn from Robert A. Vines' monumental Trees, Shrubs, and Woody Vines of the Southwest (University of Texas Press), Trees of Central Texas combines the essential detail of the larger work with the ease and convenience of a field guide.

A Field Guide To Trees And Shrubs

Author: George A. Petrides
Publisher: Houghton Mifflin Harcourt
ISBN: 9780395353707
Size: 29.17 MB
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All the wild trees, shrubs, and woody vines in the area north to Newfoundland, south to North Carolina and Tennessee, and west to the Dakotas and Kansas are described in detail. Accounts of 646 species include shape and arrangement of leaves, height, color, bark texture, flowering season, and fruit. Clear, accurate drawings illustrate leaves, flowers, buds, tree silhouettes, and other characteristics.

A Field Guide To Texas Trees

Author: Benny J. Simpson
Publisher: Taylor Trade Publishing
ISBN: 1461661919
Size: 53.57 MB
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This guide helps you sort out thsi Texas greenery that, in sheer loveliness, is second to none. This descriptive handbook helps you identify the more than 220 trees considered to be native to Texas, plus the 30 speices that have become naturalized.

Trees Of Southeast Texas

Author: Robert O'Brien
Publisher: Quick Reference Pub Incorporated
ISBN: 9780982621158
Size: 46.91 MB
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Trees are a key part of the habitat of a region and can give an area its unique character. This beautifully illustrated, waterproof pocket guide will help you get to know the most important native species that make up the habitat of the Southeast Texas, Houston and surrounding areas. Over 250 stunning illustrations leaf shapes, fruits, nuts, berries, flowers and tree shapes depict 54 of the most common native trees and cover the basics of tree identification. Easy to understand text descriptions cover basic info for each species. A section includes a brief, illustrated primer on how a tree grows and the anatomy of life inside the trunk. Designed as a quick, easy-to-carry reference for naturalists of all ages and education levels.v

A Field Guide To Common South Texas Shrubs

Author: Richard B. Taylor
Publisher: University of Texas Press
ISBN: 9781885696144
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There are over 281 species of woody plants and 32 species of cacti in the South Texas ecological region. The vast majority of these are found in the lower Rio Grande Valley, which is part of the subtropical Tamaulipan biotic province. Many of the plant species in this area reach their northernmost boundary here. The 44 plants described in this guide represent an estimated 75% of the overall brush biomass of the South Texas ecological region, excluding the lower Rio Grande Valley. The plants are grouped into thorned and thornless categories and alphabetized by family. Distinguishing characteristics have been italicized for easy reference. Similar species are also noted. In this guide, plants are not ranked by importance because their value to animals can differ from ranch to ranch, depending on the plant's availability and the ranch's location, soil type, and land management practices. In case a plant is not found in this guide or more information is desired, a list of additional references is included.

A Field Guide To Southwestern And Texas Wildflowers

Author: Theodore F. Niehaus
Publisher: Houghton Mifflin Harcourt
ISBN: 9780395936122
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Identifies over fifteen hundred species of wildflowers found in Louisiana, Texas, New Mexico, Colorado, and Arizona, and describes the distinguishing characteristics of each plant

Texas Wildflowers

Author: Campell Loughmiller
Publisher: University of Texas Press
ISBN: 1477314768
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With more than 175,000 copies sold, Texas Wildflowers has established itself as the go-to guide for identifying the state’s roadside flowers. This new edition has been completely reorganized by flower colors (and within each color section, by flowering season) to make it even easier to identify the flowers you see as you travel through Texas. Every wildflower is illustrated with a beautiful full-color photograph—over 250 of which are new to this edition. All of the descriptive identifying information is presented in a consistent format—common and botanical names, plant and leaves, flowers and fruit, flowering season, habitat and range, and notes. What hasn’t changed is the book’s sturdy binding, which will hold up through years of active use, and its wealth of information, which has been thoroughly updated by the expert staff of the Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center: 300 species descriptions, including engaging comments about the plants’ natural histories, landscape uses, edible or medicinal properties, and folklore A map of Texas’s vegetational areas Glossaries that define and illustrate botanical terms A bibliography of books for learning more about wildflowers Indexes to common and botanical plant names, as well as plant families, that distinguish between native and non-native species As Lady Bird Johnson observed in the foreword, Texas Wildflowers “makes me want to reach for my sunhat, put on my walking shoes, take this knowledge-filled book, and fare forth to seek and discover!”