2 edition of Carex in Saskatchewan found in the catalog.
Carex in Saskatchewan
John H. Hudson
Bibliography: p. 158-160
|Statement||by John H. Hudson|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ii, 173 p.,  leaves of plates :|
|Number of Pages||173|
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This book describes and illustrates each species, and provides a distribution map and taxonomic keys to assist with identification. Sedges (Carex) of Saskatchewan, Fascicle 3 of the Flora of Saskatchewan’s compendium of provincial botany, reveals the importance of the genus and its role in each of the provincial Carex in Saskatchewan book.
The volume is dedicated to John Howard Hudson (), a botanist and educator whose detailed notes and archival specimen collection remain as a. Carex assiniboinensis, commonly known as the assiniboia sedge, is a species of sedge (Carex) in the section Hymenochlaenae. First described scientifically in by American botanist William Boott, it is found in Canada and the United States, where it grows in floodplain forests, old river channels, riparian woodlands, and shrub thickets.
Description. The plants have clustered, drooping Family: Cyperaceae. Carex backii, commonly known as back's sedge, is a species of sedge (Carex) in the section Phyllostachyae.
First described scientifically in by American botanist Francis Boott, it is found in Canada and the United States, where it grows in shaded woods, shaded slopes, and shrub thickets.
Description. The plants have culms that grow 3–25 cm (– in) high, and deep-green to Family: Cyperaceae. Books set in Saskatchewan: [Canada, The Big Rock Candy Mountain, Owls in the Family, The Englishman's Boy, Who Has Seen the Wind, Carex in Saskatchewan book Water.
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CAREX KEY FOR SPECIES FOUND IN SASKATCHEWAN * The reader is also referred to Carex in Saskatchewan by J. Hudson () and Flora of Alberta edited by J. Packer ().: 1 Leaves mostly basal; spike one per stem, terminal; flowers attached to main stem. CAREX KEY FOR SPECIES FOUND IN SASKATCHEWAN * The reader is also referred to Carex in Saskatchewan by J.
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