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Flora of Colorado by Jennifer Ackerfield

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Flora of Colorado by Jennifer Ackerfield

Price: $69.25

This title is currently out of print. A new version is expected to arrive in Fall 2022. Please email Email Us so we can notify you when the new edition arrives.

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Item: 188987845

Colorado has a rich diversity of ecosystems and vegetation communities, ranges from 3,500 ft to over 14,000 ft in elevation, and ultimately supports over 3,300 vascular plant species. This book is a comprehensive guide to the vascular plants in Colorado, and contains descriptions, distribution maps, habitat information, flowering times, and elevation ranges for all species.Color photographs for nearly 1/3 of the species are also included.

The aim of this guide is to enable students, researchers, amateur and professional botanists, or anyone interested in the flora of Colorado to successfully identify plants with confidence and satisfaction.

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This title is out of print, and a new edition is expected to arrive in November 2022. Please email Email Us so we can notify you when the new edition arrives.

About the Author

Jennifer Ackerfield has been studying the flora of Colorado for nearly 20 years. During this time, she has traveled extensively across the state of Colorado documenting its rich floristic diversity. She is currently the curator at Colorado State University Herbarium and teaches Plant Identification at CSU. She has served on the board for the Colorado Native Plant Society, and written several articles on the flora of Colorado. She enjoys hiking, photographing wildflowers, botanical illustration, and educating students on the wonderful world of botany.

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