Cover

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pp. 1-1

Title Page, Copyright, Acknowledgments

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pp. 2-5

Contents

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pp. v-vi

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Introduction

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pp. vii-8

In the summer of 2009, while leading a group of friends to enjoy mountain wildflowers, we noticed that many in our party had a desire to know the names and a little information about each of the flowers we were seeing. We also noticed that of the fifty pounds of books we lugged up the hill, most were too technical, had poor pictures, or were too cumbersome to make quick and correct identification of most wildflowers. This led to the three of us thinking about writing...

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The Mountain West

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pp. viii-xxvi

The Mountain West, located between the Front Range of Colorado and the east slope of California’s Sierra Nevada, is home to one of earth’s most topographically elevated and biodiverse regions. According to numerous modern scholars, the plant species distributed throughout the Mountain West share a common genesis as a result of comparable climate and orogeny.1 There is substantial...

White Flowers

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pp. 1-60

Yellow Flowers

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pp. 61-130

Orange Flowers

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pp. 131-140

Red Flowers

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pp. 141-156

Pink Flowers

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pp. 157-204

Purple Flowers

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pp. 205-240

Blue Flowers

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pp. 241-266

Green Flowers

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pp. 267-270

Brown Flowers

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pp. 271-277

Common Botanical Terms

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pp. 278-281

Bibliography

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pp. 282-287

Wildflower Quick Search Key

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pp. 288-293

Index

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pp. 294-301

About the Authors

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pp. 302-329