|Statement||by Ivar Tidestrom and Sister Teresita Kittell.|
|Contributions||Kittell, Teresita, Sister, 1822- , joint author.|
|LC Classifications||QK147 .T5|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxvi, 897 p. :|
|Number of Pages||897|
|LC Control Number||41022118|
The book Flora of the Four Corners Region: Vascular Plants of the San Juan River Drainage: Arizona, Colorado, New Mexico, and Utah, Kenneth Heil, Steve O'Kane Jr., Linda Mary Reeves, and Arnold Clifford is published by Missouri Botanical Garden Press. OCLC Number: Notes: Reproduced from typewritten copy. A reprint of pages was published as Sister Teresita Kittell's thesis, Catholic University, under title: A critical revision of the compositae of Arizona and New Mexico. Buy Wildflowers of Arizona & New Mexico (): Your Way to Easily Identify Wildflowers: NHBS - George Miller, Adventure Publications. Book Material. Published material. Publication info [Salt Lake City, Utah:Marcus E. Jones], Notes: The author has also additionally listed Flora of California, Flora of Texas (El Paso), Flora of New Mexico, Colorado, Nebraska, and Utah species is this fascicle.
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A Flora of Arizona and New Mexico Ivar Tidestrom and Teresita Kittell The Catholic University of America Press. This older volume was largely supplanted by the Arizona Flora. This earlier book may still be useful for referencing older names which may . New Mexico-Arizona Book Award Winner The Chihuahuan desert is the second largest in North America and its northern, or United States, portion occupies southeastern Arizona, southern New Mexico, and Texas west of the Pecos River. Hot, dry, and windy, the desert is home to a unique community of plants that have adapted to its harsh environment. “Arizona’s spectacular White Mountains are a treasure of botanical diversity. This book is an easy-to-use and beautifully illustrated guide that will help both amateurs and more experienced naturalists quickly identify the native plants they encounter in the mountains.”—Douglas Ripley, president of the Arizona Native Plant Society. Flora of the Four Corners Region: Vascular Plants of the San Juan River Drainage: Arizona, Colorado, New Mexico, and Utah by Kenneth Heil, Steve O'Kane Jr. .