Cover

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Book Title

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Copyright

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Contents

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List of Illustrations

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pp. vii-ix

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Introduction

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pp. 3-11

A Flora of Southern Illinois has been prepared for use by anyone having an interest in our native flora and who has had some introductory study of botany. The book will be of particular use to workers in the applied fields of biology, such as conservation, wildlife, forestry, and agriculture...

Key to Sections

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pp. 13-14

Key to Families

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pp. 15-39

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Division Pterdophyta

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pp. 41-55

Lycopodium lucidulum Michx. (1: 3 ). The typical species is known from a moist sandstone ravine at Jackson Hollow in Pope County. Variety occidentale (Clute) L. R. Wilson is known only from one station in Illinois, a wet north-facing bluff with slightly acid soil, in Little Grand Canyon, Jackson County...

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Division Spermatophyta

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pp. 56-365

Pinus strobus L. (1:63). White Pine is not native to Southern Illinois, although a few stands occur in some of the northern counties of the state. A seedling about one foot tall was found growing in a dry, sandy woods at Giant City State Park. While the White Pine is planted extensively by the Forest Service in...

Literature Cited

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pp. 369-370

Index of Plant Names

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pp. 371-390