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The Resource A field guide to trees and shrubs : field marks of all trees, shrubs, and woody vines that grow wild in the Northeastern and North-Central United States and in southeastern and south-central Canada, Illustrates by George A. Petrides (leaf and twig plates) [and] Roger Tory Peterson (flowers, fruits, silhouettes)

A field guide to trees and shrubs : field marks of all trees, shrubs, and woody vines that grow wild in the Northeastern and North-Central United States and in southeastern and south-central Canada, Illustrates by George A. Petrides (leaf and twig plates) [and] Roger Tory Peterson (flowers, fruits, silhouettes)

Label
A field guide to trees and shrubs : field marks of all trees, shrubs, and woody vines that grow wild in the Northeastern and North-Central United States and in southeastern and south-central Canada
Title
A field guide to trees and shrubs
Title remainder
field marks of all trees, shrubs, and woody vines that grow wild in the Northeastern and North-Central United States and in southeastern and south-central Canada
Statement of responsibility
Illustrates by George A. Petrides (leaf and twig plates) [and] Roger Tory Peterson (flowers, fruits, silhouettes)
Creator
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Member of
Action
commitment to retain
Cataloging source
DLC
http://library.link/vocab/creatorName
Petrides, George A
Dewey number
  • 582.16
  • 581.973*
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
index present
LC call number
QK482
LC item number
.P43 1958
Literary form
non fiction
NAL call number
454
NAL item number
P44
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorDate
1908-1996
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorName
Peterson, Roger Tory
Series statement
The Peterson field guide series
Series volume
11
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Trees
  • Shrubs
  • Climbing plants
  • Climbing plants
  • Shrubs
  • Trees
  • North America
Label
A field guide to trees and shrubs : field marks of all trees, shrubs, and woody vines that grow wild in the Northeastern and North-Central United States and in southeastern and south-central Canada, Illustrates by George A. Petrides (leaf and twig plates) [and] Roger Tory Peterson (flowers, fruits, silhouettes)
Instantiates
Publication
Note
Includes index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
How to use this book -- Tree silhouettes -- Section I. Plants with needle-like or scale-like leaves; mostly evergreens. Conifers with needles in bundles: pines and larches ; Conifers with flat needles ; Conifers with four-sided needles: spruces ; Conifers with scale-like or three-sided leaves ; Needle-bearing, non-cone-bearing evergreens -- Section II. Broad-leaved plants with opposite compound leaves. Vines with opposite compound leaves ; Shrubs with opposite compound leaves ; Trees with opposite feather-compound leaves: ashes, ashleaf maple, and corktree ; Trees with opposite fan-compound leaves: buckeyes -- Section III. Broad-leaved plants with opposite simple leaves. Low creeping and trailing shrubs (and American mistletoe) ; Vines with opposite simple leaves (includes climbing honeysuckles) ; Honeysuckles: erect shrubs ; Dogwoods ; Miscellaneous plants with opposite leaves not toothed ; Plants with opposite or whorled heart-shaped leaves that are not toothed ; Miscellaneous shrubs with opposite toothed leaves ; Viburnums ; Maples -- Section IV. Broad-leaved plants with alternate compound leaves. Prickly brambles ; Erect thorny trees and shrubs ; Thornless trifoliates ; Sumacs ; Walnuts and similar trees ; Hickories ; Miscellaneous species with alternate once-compound leaves ; Thornless plants with leaves twice-compound -- Section V. Broad-leaved plants with alternate simple leaves. Low creeping or trailing shrubs ; Greenbriers ; Grapes (and Ampelopsis and Boston ivy) ; Moonseeds ; Miscellaneous vines climbing without tendrils ; Miscellaneous upright thorny plants ; Hawthorns ; Thorny currant and gooseberries ; Thornless currants ; Miscellaneous plants with fan-lobed leaves ; Plants with leaves fan-lobed or fan-veined -- Plates -- Section V. (continued) Poplars ; Oaks ; Magnolias Elms and water-elm ; Ironwood, hornbeam, hazelnuts, and alders ; Birches ; Cherries and thornless plums ; Juneberries ; Willows ; Miscellaneous plants with three bundle scars ; Miscellaneous plants with three (or more) bundle scars ; Spireas ; Hollies ; Blueberries ; Huckleberries, bilberries, and relatives ; Azaleas ; Evergreen heaths ; Non-evergreen heaths with toothed leaves ; Miscellaneous plants with one bundle scar -- Appendixes: A. Winter key to plants with opposite leaf scars ; B. Winter key to plants with alternate leaf scars ; C. Key to trees in leafy condition ; D. Key to trees in leafless condition ; E. Plant relationships ; F. The meaning of botanical terms ; G. Table for converting inches to millimeters
Control code
ocm00555328
Dimensions
20 cm.
Extent
xxix, 431 pages
Lccn
57010783
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
Other physical details
illustrations (some color)
System control number
  • (Sirsi) 8482
  • (OCoLC)00555328
Label
A field guide to trees and shrubs : field marks of all trees, shrubs, and woody vines that grow wild in the Northeastern and North-Central United States and in southeastern and south-central Canada, Illustrates by George A. Petrides (leaf and twig plates) [and] Roger Tory Peterson (flowers, fruits, silhouettes)
Publication
Note
Includes index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
How to use this book -- Tree silhouettes -- Section I. Plants with needle-like or scale-like leaves; mostly evergreens. Conifers with needles in bundles: pines and larches ; Conifers with flat needles ; Conifers with four-sided needles: spruces ; Conifers with scale-like or three-sided leaves ; Needle-bearing, non-cone-bearing evergreens -- Section II. Broad-leaved plants with opposite compound leaves. Vines with opposite compound leaves ; Shrubs with opposite compound leaves ; Trees with opposite feather-compound leaves: ashes, ashleaf maple, and corktree ; Trees with opposite fan-compound leaves: buckeyes -- Section III. Broad-leaved plants with opposite simple leaves. Low creeping and trailing shrubs (and American mistletoe) ; Vines with opposite simple leaves (includes climbing honeysuckles) ; Honeysuckles: erect shrubs ; Dogwoods ; Miscellaneous plants with opposite leaves not toothed ; Plants with opposite or whorled heart-shaped leaves that are not toothed ; Miscellaneous shrubs with opposite toothed leaves ; Viburnums ; Maples -- Section IV. Broad-leaved plants with alternate compound leaves. Prickly brambles ; Erect thorny trees and shrubs ; Thornless trifoliates ; Sumacs ; Walnuts and similar trees ; Hickories ; Miscellaneous species with alternate once-compound leaves ; Thornless plants with leaves twice-compound -- Section V. Broad-leaved plants with alternate simple leaves. Low creeping or trailing shrubs ; Greenbriers ; Grapes (and Ampelopsis and Boston ivy) ; Moonseeds ; Miscellaneous vines climbing without tendrils ; Miscellaneous upright thorny plants ; Hawthorns ; Thorny currant and gooseberries ; Thornless currants ; Miscellaneous plants with fan-lobed leaves ; Plants with leaves fan-lobed or fan-veined -- Plates -- Section V. (continued) Poplars ; Oaks ; Magnolias Elms and water-elm ; Ironwood, hornbeam, hazelnuts, and alders ; Birches ; Cherries and thornless plums ; Juneberries ; Willows ; Miscellaneous plants with three bundle scars ; Miscellaneous plants with three (or more) bundle scars ; Spireas ; Hollies ; Blueberries ; Huckleberries, bilberries, and relatives ; Azaleas ; Evergreen heaths ; Non-evergreen heaths with toothed leaves ; Miscellaneous plants with one bundle scar -- Appendixes: A. Winter key to plants with opposite leaf scars ; B. Winter key to plants with alternate leaf scars ; C. Key to trees in leafy condition ; D. Key to trees in leafless condition ; E. Plant relationships ; F. The meaning of botanical terms ; G. Table for converting inches to millimeters
Control code
ocm00555328
Dimensions
20 cm.
Extent
xxix, 431 pages
Lccn
57010783
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
Other physical details
illustrations (some color)
System control number
  • (Sirsi) 8482
  • (OCoLC)00555328

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