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Mosses of the Great Lakes Forest By Howard Crum

Published by Univ of Michigan Press, Ann Arbor, MI, 1976. Soft cover. Condition: Fine. Dust Jacket Condition: No Jacket, as Published. First Edition. Unused pristine copy of the 1986 . "The Great Lakes Forest, lying in a tension zone between the oak-hickory and northern coniferous forests, occupies the northern half of Michigan's Lower Peninsula and some of the Upper peninsula. It is Michigan's cool North Woods.and [its] Thuja swamps which provide the richest habitat for mosses." from the acknowledgements.

Howard Crum, among the foremost authorities on mosses, offers a thorough inventory of one of the more conspicuous and attractive features of the region. His book, though written with the students at the University of Michigan in mind, is also tailored for use in a broader area, in fact much of eastern North America. The introductory key includes all Michigan genera, and the text gives incidental means of identifying all of Michigan's mosses and most of those of the entire Great lakes-St. Lawrence River area.

PP 404, original binding. Size 173 x 254 mm
Whistler, Hugh

Popular Handbook of Indian Birds

Edinburgh and London: Oliver & Boyd, 1949. 4th Edition, 8vo (14x22cm), 560+xx 24pp, 24 plates (7 coloured), in original green cloth binding with dust jacket, title in gilt on front cover and spine, good condition.  

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