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by Sylvan T Runkel

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  • ISBN 0870693093
  • ISBN13 978-0870693090
  • Language English
  • Author Sylvan T Runkel
  • Publisher Wallace Homestead Book Co (1979)
  • Formats doc rtf mbr azw
  • Category Math
  • Subcategory Biological Sciences
  • Size ePub 1996 kb
  • Size Fb2 1609 kb
  • Rating: 4.7
  • Votes: 475

Book by Runkel, Sylvan T

Wildflowers of Iowa woodlands. by. Runkel, Sylvan T; Bull, Alvin . joint author. Des Moines, Iowa : Wallace Homestead Book Co. Collection. inlibrary; printdisabled; ; china.

Wildflowers of Iowa woodlands.

Sylvan Runkel (1906–1995) was the coauthor of five books about midwestern wildflowers, including Wildflowers of the Tallgrass Prairie and Wildflowers and Other Plants of Iowa Wetlands

Sylvan Runkel (1906–1995) was the coauthor of five books about midwestern wildflowers, including Wildflowers of the Tallgrass Prairie and Wildflowers and Other Plants of Iowa Wetlands. A vigorous promoter of conservation for many years, he was honored in 1996 by the dedication of the Sylvan Runkel State Preserve. Alvin Bull (1925–1982) was the coauthor of three books about midwestern wildflowers, including Wildflowers of Indiana Woodlands and Wildflowers of Illinois Woodlands.

Wildflowers of Iowa Woodlands book. This classic of midwestern natural history is back in print.

Sylvan Runkel (1906–1995) was the coauthor of five books about midwestern wildflowers, including Wildflowers of the Tallgrass Prairie and Wildflowers and Other Plants of Iowa Wetlands

Sylvan Runkel (1906–1995) was the coauthor of five books about midwestern wildflowers, including Wildflowers of the Tallgrass Prairie and Wildflowers and Other Plants of Iowa Wetlands. Alvin Bull (1925–1982) was the coauthor of three books about midwestern wildflowers, including Wildflowers of Indiana Woodlands and Wildflowers of Illinois Woodlands.

Originally published in 1979, Wildflowers of Iowa Woodlands. Wildflowers of the Iowa Woodlands. by Alvin F. Bull and Sylvan T. Runkel. Alvin F. Bull Originally published in 1979,Wildflowers of Iowa Woodlandsintroduced. Book Description: This classic of midwestern natural history is back in print with a new format and new photographs. Originally published in 1979,Wildflowers of Iowa Woodlandsintroduced many naturalists to the beauty and diversity of the native plants of the wooded communities that once covered more than 6 million acres of the state.

Sylvan T Runkel; Alvin F Bull; Larry A Stone. Originally published in 1979, Wildflowers of Iowa Woodlands introduced many naturalists to the beauty and diversity of the native plants of the wooded communities that once covered more than 6 million acres of the state. This button opens a dialog that displays additional images for this product with the option to zoom in or out. Tell us if something is incorrect. Wildflowers of Iowa Woodlands. Now redesigned with updated names and all-new images, this reliable field companion will introduce woodland wildflowers to a new generation of outdoor enthusiasts in the Upper Midwest.

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Originally published in 1999, Wildflowers and Other Plants of Iowa Wetlands was the first book to focus on the beauty a. . emergent, floating, or submerged) or taxonomic group (. ferns and allies or trees, shrubs, and vines).

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Mr_KiLLaURa
I have found this guide useful when needing to identify wildflowers of Iowa. The only thing I'm disappointed with is that they don't list enough flowers! I use this book in conjunction with my Wildflowers of Michigan Field Guide by Stan Tekiela. (And, I really wish Tekiela would come out with a book for Iowa flowers!) Wildflowers of Iowa Woodlands would be easier to use if they had organised it better. It's not in alphabetical or color order, so you have to flip though the whole book to find the flower you've seen. It is also incomplete as I've seen many common flowers not listed. (That's where the Michigan book comes in handy as many species are shared).

Despite the little annoyances, it is still a great book packed with lots of knowledge and lore. I especially like reading how the Native Americans and early pioneers used the different plants for medicinal and/or food purposes. It is very informative and gives you a general location idea of where you might see the particular flowers. The descriptions are detailed and the photos are crisp and helpful in aiding identification.
Hanelynai
I'm an artist interested in native Iowa plants. I ran across this book in the library and keep checking it out, so I've decided to purchase it. It includes some scientific information if you know those things, and this newer edition has some great photos. As one reviewer mentioned, it is sometimes difficult to imagine scale, but it has helped me to learn to identify many plants I see on my hikes. The book also includes a brief history of the plant, including what Native Americans and pioneers may have used the plant for (sometimes medicine, sometimes ritual). It includes poisonous plants that a hiker should avoid like poison ivy and poison oak.
Gholbithris
This guide includes just about every species I have looked for. Wish it was organized better, maybe by color or bloom season. Alphabetical only helps when you know what you are looking for.
Kahavor
Updated version of an informative reference book. Photos are clear, although it would have been nice to have included a ruler type scale to the photos so that the size of the flowers could be imagined. Compact and rugged enough to carry.
caif
Lots of nice photograghs help to identify wild flowers. Very nice field guide to take with you on nature walks.
Taun
Great
Thordibandis
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"Sylvan T. Runkel, best known as "Sy," is widely respected for his special ability to communicate with young people as well as adults in a warm and sensitive manner.
He has helped plan conservation education programs, develop outdoor classrooms, and lay out nature trails...."

"Alvin F. (Al) Bull, at the time of his sudden and unexpected death in 1982, was vice-president of Farm Progress Companies and editorial director for Indiana Prairie Farmer, Prairie Farmer, Wallaces Farmer, and Wisconsin Agriculturist...."

"This book was designed to HELP THE CASUAL OBSERVER BECOME BETTER ACQUAINTED with the more interesting wildflowers of the state's woodlands....."
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