Sedges of Indiana and the Adjacent States. The Carex species. Vol. 2
The volume includes detailed treatments of species; excellent keys that include species that occur in adjacent states; incredible glossy photographs on habit and plant parts that are helpful in species identification (roots, culm leaves, sheaths, inflorescences, perigynia, achenes); references; coefficients of conservatism for each species; taxonomic changes since Deam’s (1940) early treatment of the genus; glossary; and an index.
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