A Naturalist's Guide to Wetland Plants: An Ecology for Eastern North America
A comprehensive study of wetlands flora encompassing all members of the plant and fungi kingdoms. These include poisonous, hallucinogenic, medicinal and edible plant life as well as native and non-native plants that have the potential to become troublesome weed species.
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