By Robert H. Mohlenbrock, John W. Voigt
This e-book might be of specific curiosity to these interested in utilized fields of biology, similar to conservation, forestry, and wild lifestyles. The southern twelve counties of Illinois, a complete of 4,355 sq. miles, include the realm lined during this booklet. it truly is a space within which either northern and southern flowers specimens abound. a large choice of plant species develop during this zone, and approximately two hundred new vegetation now not previously pointed out with this sector were integrated within the listings. Especially priceless to novice botanists, the ebook is a vital guide in making a choice on the vegetation that make up the local surroundings of this sector. Seventy-seven illustrations reduction in selecting and realizing the plant groups.
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Leaves heavy, waxy, entire or lobed at base; fruit a berry Smilax in 27. Liliaceae 20. Plants dicotyledonous 22 22. Petals united 23 23. Flowers pipe-shaped, irregular 43. Aristolochiaceae 23. Flowers funnelform, regular 123. Convolvulaceae 22. Petals not united 24 24. Leaves lobed, angled; fruit drupaceous 61. Menispermaceae 24. Leaves not lobed, margin serrate; fruit capsular; seeds with an aril 85. Celastraceae 19. Leaves opposite 25 25. Plants with milky sap; leaves entire 26 26. Fruits of twin follicles 121.
Flowers whitish-yellowish 10 10. Flowers in axillary clusters; fruit a berry 115. Sapotaceae 10. Flowers not in axillary clusters; fruit a drupe 11 11. Terminal bud absent; base of petiole hollow Dirca in 99. Thymelaeaceae 11. Terminal bud present; base of petiole not hollow Vaccinium in 113. Ericaceae 7. Flowers imperfect 12 12. Pith of twigs with cross-plates; bark separating into square plates; fruit a drupe Nyssa in 110. Cornaceae 12. 5 to 5 cm. in diameter) Diospyros in 116. Ebenaceae Page 22 1.
Aquifoliaceae 19. Fruit a multiple type; leaves serrate or lobed on same plant 38. Moraceae 18. Plants with perfect flowers 20 20. Stamens 15 to 20; inflorescence cymose, corymbose, or umbellate Prunus in 74. Rosaceae 20. Stamens less than 15 21 21. Inflorescence racemose 22 22. Inflorescence a narrow raceme; plants of swampy places Itea in 69. Escalloniaceae 22. 5 cm. long) whitish flowers 117. Styracaceae 21. Inflorescence cymose; leaves coarsely dentate Viburnum in 138. Caprifoliaceae Page 23 Section 7: Woody Plants With Alternate, Compound Leaves Or Alternate, Simple Leaves Which Are Lobed Or Deeply Divided 1.
A flora of southern Illinois by Robert H. Mohlenbrock, John W. Voigt