A Field Guide to Western Trees: Western United States and Canada
This newly designed edition of a popular Peterson Field Guide features detailed descriptions of 387 species, arranged in six major groups by visual similarity. The 47 color plates and five text drawings show distinctive details needed for identification. Color photographs and 295 color range maps accompany the species descriptions.
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SPECIES ACCOUNTS 117
Broadleaved Trees with Opposite Simple Leaves
Rroadleaved Trees with Alternate Compound Leaves
Rroadleaved Trees with Alternate Simple Leaves
Palms Cacti and Yuccas IPIate 47 376
acorns ahout ahove Alder Ariz blunt brancblets bud scales bundle scars Calif California canyons catkins Cercocarpus Cherry clusters coastal conifers Cypress dark deciduous deer diameter drooping elevation end bud evergreen flat flesby foliage Fruit pods glands gray green greenish hecoming heen Height to 20 hetween hotanist hoth hrown huds hundle inner hark Iuse lens Juniper leaf hases leaf scars Leafstalks leathery lohes long-pointed mature Mexico minor leaflets Mountain mule deer narrow Native Americans needles Osage-orange Pacific pairs Pine pith plant PLATE Ponderosa Pine prickly PtATE Red Alder Rocky Ruds sbrub seeds shiny short-pointed siMilAR SPECIES siMitAR slender slopes small tree smooth soils sometimes SPECIES AND REMARKS Spruce spur branches stalks Sumac teeth Texas thorns tips toothed TREES WITH ALTERNATE Trunk hark Twigs hairless usually veins Western Western Redcedar whitish wide Willow winged yellow Yucca