Underwater and floating-leaved plants of the United States and Canada

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Bureau of Sport Fisheries and Wildlife , Washington, D.C
Freshwater plants -- North Am
Statementby Neil Hotchkiss.
SeriesResource publication / United States, Fish and Wildlife Service -- 44, Resource publication (U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service) -- 44
The Physical Object
Paginationvii, 124 p. :
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Open LibraryOL19251736M

The guide contains two publications prepared by Neil Hotchkiss, Wildlife Biologist of the Patuxent Wildlife Research Center, for the Department of the Interior: Common Marsh Plants of the United States and Canada, with illustrated species, and Underwater and Floating-leaved Plants of the United States and Canada, with Twenty-five plants which take on new forms according to Cited by: Get this from a library.

Underwater and floating-leaved plants of the United States and Canada. [Neil Hotchkiss]. Underwater and Floating-Leaved Plants of the United States and Canada. Hotchkiss, Neil This is the third in a series of guides to the field identification of North American marsh and water jacksonmealsmatter.com by: Reprint of the author's Common marsh plants of the United States and Canada, originally published as United States Bureau of Sport Fisheries and Wildlife Resources publication 93; and of his Underwater and floating-leaved plants of the United States and Canada, originally published as United States Bureau of Sport Fisheries and Wild.

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Bureau of Sport Fisheries and Wildlife. US Fish and Wildlife Service. Washington D.C. Hotchkiss, N. Common Marsh, Underwater and Floating-Leaved Plants of the United States and Canada. Common Marsh, Underwater and Floating-leaved Plants of the United States and Canada.

Dover Publications, Inc., New York. This guide is designed for identification of almost marsh plants without using a technical botanical key. It contains over line drawings.

Manual of Vascular Plants of Northeastern United States and Adjacent Canada. Bronx, New York: The New York Botanical Garden. Hotchkiss, N.

Common Marsh, Underwater and Floating-leaved Plants of the United States and Canada. New York: Dover Publications.

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The New Field Book of Freshwater Life. A Putnum Nature Fieldbook. New York: G. Putnam’s. File 9 – booklet ( page) – Underwater and Floating – Leaved Plants of the United States and Canada – May U.S. Department of the Interior Fish and Wildlife Services File 10 – Fungi –, This book is a practical guide to the identification and biology of the submerged, floating-leaved and emergent aquatic wees in rice production fields (paddies), water use systems, and wild-land areas in the western United States.

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— Richard H. Pough. Author of Audubon Water Bird Guide.of the Southeastern United States or by Pennell in his papers on the Scrophulariaceae of the southeastern and west gulf states (Pennell,). Hotchkiss () did not mention B. repens in his Un-derwater and Floating-leaved Plants of the United States and Canada although Muenscher's () Aquatic Plants of the United States in.