Book - GYMNOSPERMS of the United States and CanadaBook - GYMNOSPERMS of the United States and Canada
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Product description: This FIRST of its kind book features full color illustrations of 115 species from six (6) families. This key field manual consists of 208 pages and a fully illustrated color glossary. This book will be used and enjoyed by naturalists, foresters, botanists and tree enthusiasts alike. And what a useful tool for teaching your children the art and enjoyment of conifer identification. Size: 8.5” x 11”, 208 Pages ISBN: 978-0-934115-05-6 - Hardcover - $74.95 ISBN: 978-0-934115-03-2 - Softcover - $59.95 “Focusing on the conifers, cycads, ginkgo, and Gnetum of the United States and Canada, Nixon (Trees, Shrubs, and Woody Vines of East Texas) organizes the 115 profiled species alphabetically by genera, detailing distinctive physical traits. Accompanying descriptions are Cunningham’s (Winter Key to Deciduous Woody Plants of East Texas) lively, full-color illustrations, with multipage spreads providing genera-specific imagery that clarifies morphological variations. An illustrated, 100-term glossary, delineating cone, leaf, bud, and bark characteristics, renders this highly accessible to curious lay readers, while its informational rigor makes it equally useful for naturalists.
 
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Book - GYMNOSPERMS of the United States and Canada

by Forester-Artist

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  • Product ID#: 4749
  • Dimensions: 8.5" width x11" height x1.5" depth
  • Weight: 3 lbs

Artwork Description: This FIRST of its kind book features full color illustrations of 115 species from six (6) families. This key field manual consists of 208 pages and a fully illustrated color glossary. This book will be used and enjoyed by naturalists, foresters, botanists and tree enthusiasts alike. And what a ...
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Internationally known for his unique pen and ink watercolor botanical artwork, Bruce Lyndon Cunningham, titled Forester-Artist. His work is found all over the world. The tree prints and orignals are unique that the tree botanical is framed in the wood of that tree with carvings in the corners and sides of the frame. In 2005, Bruce Lyndon Cunningham was commissioned by the United States Forest Service in Washington D. C. by the Chief Forester to design a painting for the 100th year of the U. S. Forest as a gift to President...read more