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Botanical observations in Western Wyoming

with notices of rare plants and descriptions of new species collected on the route of the North-Western Wyoming expedition under Captain W.A. Jones

by C. C. Parry

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Published by Salem Press in Salem, MA .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Botany

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Dr. C.C. Parry
    The Physical Object
    Pagination25 p. ;
    Number of Pages25
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL26160212M
    OCLC/WorldCa7332473

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Botanical observations in Western Wyoming:with notices of rare plants and descriptions of new species collected on the route of the North-Western Wyoming expedition under Captain W.A. Jones / Cited by: 2. BOTANICAL OBSERVATIONS IN WESTERN WYOMING.

BY -DR. PARRY. HAVING been connected with the exploring expedition of Captain W. Jones into Northwestern Wyoming during the past season (), the botanical results have proved of such unexpected in- terest that I have obtained the permission of Captain Jones to.

BOTANICAL OBSERVATIONS IN WESTERN WYOMING. 13 tropis campestris L., Lupinus sericeus Pursh, Hedysarum Mack-enzii Rich., Eriogonum flavum Nutt., and Calochortus GSunnisoni Watson.

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Parry has also collected T. spathulata Ntltt. (Nos. and ), and a single plant of a very different species which he pro-poses to call T. CONDENSATA (no. Botanical observations in Western Wyoming: with notices of rare plants and descriptions of new species collected on the route of the North-Western Wyoming expedition under Captain W.A.

Jones. Titles: Authors: Subject: Map: Year: Names: About: Copyright. BOTANICAL OBSERVATIONS WESTERN WYOMING, NOTICES OF RARE PLANTS DESCRIPTIONS OF NEW SPECIES DR.

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