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by Dee Dr Strickler

eBook Alpine Wildflowers download ISBN: 1560440112
Author: Dee Dr Strickler
Publisher: The Flower Press; 1 edition (January 1, 1990)
Language: English
Pages: 112
ePub: 1243 kb
Fb2: 1639 kb
Rating: 4.9
Other formats: txt lit mbr doc
Category: Math Sciences
Subcategory: Biological Sciences

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Author Dee Strickler. The first book in the series, Prairie Wildflowers covers open-terrain wildflowers. This book covers high-altitude wildflowers. For any nature-lover who has asked, "What flower is that?". Alpine Wildflowers by Dee Strickler (Paperback, softback, 2003). Brand new: lowest price.

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Alpine Wildflowers, the third in a three-book series on wildflowers of the northern Rocky Mountains, is an invaluable and convenient pocket guide for hikers, travelers, and all amateur botanists, as well as teachers, range managers, and other experts. This book groups, pictures, and describes each wildflower according to family. Technical terminology has been kept to a minimum, and line drawings, a picture glossary, and a glossary of botanical terms help identify species quickly and accurately. The first book in the series, Prairie Wildflowers covers open-terrain wildflowers. The second book, Forest Wildflowers concentrates on wildflowers of the forest environment. This book covers high-altitude wildflowers. For any nature-lover who has asked, "What flower is that?" Alpine Wildflowers holds the answer.
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Llbery
I bought this to replace my original, which was ruined in a storage bin. I have just moved back to the mountains & was delighted to find this guide was still in print. Thin enough to fit in a backpack. Whole guide is on glossy color photo paper--all guidebooks should be like this! Note this guide is for the alpine/tundra & subalpine zones in particular.
Boyn
This slim volume fits nicely in a backpack when traveling in alpine regions, and its photographs are excellent, helping to correctly identify plants seen in that wonderful land above the trees. I also own Strickler's books on forest and on prairie wildflowers and use them extensively as well. I have also given them as gifts to those who share my enthusiasm for native plant life.
BeatHoWin
I have used Dee Strickler's flower books for 25 years in Colorado. Even though he wrote them from a Northwest perspective, I have found his collection and photos and descriptions to be more useful than almost any other flower books. While many people depend on groupings by color, I learned to identify flowers by family type (four petals? must be a mustard), which is esp. helpful for flowers that defy color groupings.

Occasionally Dr. Strickler included one of his favorite photos which featured a non-standard version of a flower (Red Columbine comes to mind: his photo featured a rare golden variant): not the most helpful for ID purposes. And sometimes he forgot to give all-important size information (his Forget-Me-Not appears to be an inch wide). But overall, very good photos and descriptions, including interesting comments and helpful lists of alternate names.

The fact these books are still in print in testimony to their enduring value. I'm sorry Dr. Strickler left us in March 2011. If there are wildflowers in heaven (and why wouldn't there be?), he's a happy camper!