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A plants of Northeastern Minnesota was once first released in 1965. Minnesota Archive variants makes use of electronic know-how to make long-unavailable books once more available, and are released unaltered from the unique college of Minnesota Press editions.
A handbook for the identity of the ferns, fern allies, flowering vegetation, bushes, shrubs, and herbs of Minnesota's Arrowhead zone, this quantity lists 113 botanic households and describes 1,300 species, with keys for identity. There are eighty line drawings of plant species and 419 maps displaying distribution.
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J. communis L. var. depressa Pursh. Low Juniper. Clump-forming shrubs stems spreading out from the center; leaves sharp-pointed in whorls of blue, mature the third year. Common on sandy shores and granite ledges Minn Pt, Duluth. 11469 Curtain Falls, Crooked L. Nfld to Alas, s Conn, SUBDIVISION II. with decumbent arching 3's; fruit becoming throughout area. 5921 Colo. ANGIOSPERMAE: ANGIOSPERMS (PLANTS WITH COVERED SEEDS) CLASS I. MONOCOTYLEDONAE: MONOCOTS (SEEDS WITH ONE COTYLEDON) Herbs with scattered vascular bundles; alternate, usually parallel-veined leaves with entire margin; parts of flower in 3' s, rarely in 2' s; seed with a single cotyledon.
Greenl to Alas. 5. americanum Nutt. American Bur-reed. --Shores of lakes and streams, n parts of area; 9762 Fenske L on Echo Trail nw of Ely; 12236 Janet L, Hwy 73, s of Hibbing. Nfld to ND and se. 5. ) Morong. Jointed Bur-reed. 5 mm thick; the beaks of nutlets curved at tips; the body fusiform, constricted near the middle. 11280 Pequaywan L; 22444 swampy shore of bay, Snowbank L; Que to Minn and se. S. glomeratum Laestad. Northern Bur-reed. --Rare. 1627 and 1703 sphagnum bog, s end of Minn Pt, Duluth.
Spores spiny. The lowermost pair of pinnae on blades commonly remote and shorter than the succeeding one; rachis not bulbil-bearing; rhizome short or long repent C. fragilis The lowest pair of pinnae longest; leaves elongate attenuate; rachis bulbil-bearing . . C. bulbifera Spores rugose or sculptured; stipes commonly with a few scattered scales at bases or on rachises C. Dickieana C. ) Bernh. var. fragilis. Common Bladder Fern. --Common on damp rocks as a crevice plant throughout area. 11787 Lester R gorge; 11804 crevices of granite near Lac La Croix Resort; 13577 fissures of high rocks, East Beaver Bay, Lake Co.