Wildflowers of Arkansas

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University of Arkansas Press, Jun 1, 2000 - Nature - 296 pages
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This is the most complete wild-flower book for Arkansas and also has great interest for surrounding states. Six-hundred species are described, accompanied by hundreds of color photographs. Text for each species appears next to its photograph for easy identification. The eight plant families represented are described as well as the structure of flowers and plants and the physiographic regions of Arkansas. The book also includes a glossary of scientific terms and an index for all species.
 

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How to Use Wildflowers of Arkansas
4
Family Descriptions
10
Monocotyledons
24
Dicotyledons
66

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Hunter was exposed to several years of piano lessons as a youngster. He played baritone horn in school bands, concentrated on singing. Finally performed operatic arias with a professional opera group. He was active in a number of sports as well. He has a BSA degree in Agriculture from the University of Arkansas.

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