By Olga Lakela
A plants of Northeastern Minnesota was once first released in 1965. Minnesota Archive versions makes use of electronic expertise to make long-unavailable books once more obtainable, and are released unaltered from the unique college of Minnesota Press editions.
A handbook for the id of the ferns, fern allies, flowering vegetation, timber, shrubs, and herbs of Minnesota's Arrowhead area, this quantity lists 113 botanic households and describes 1,300 species, with keys for identity. There are eighty line drawings of plant species and 419 maps displaying distribution.
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13311 Ash R, near Kabetogama L; 2661 Superior Bay, Oatka Beach Addition, Minn Pt, Duluth. Transcont. P. Robbinsii Oakes. Fern Pondweed. --Common. 12142 Sturgeon L n of Hibbing; 11439 Caribou L, nw of Duluth. NB, Ont and s. P. vaginatus Turcz. Sheath Pondweed. --Infrequent. 11435 Caribou L, nw of Duluth. Lab to Alas and s. P. pectinatus L. Sago Pondweed. --Common in area. 9201 Prairie L sw St. Louis Co; 13314 Ash R near Kabetogama L. Nfld to BC and s. P. filiformis Pers. Slender Pondweed. --Infrequent.
Forest Horsetail. The fleshy cone-bearing stems developing green branches like the later-appearing densely branched sterile stems; sheaths loose, bright, cinnamon brown, the teeth joined into 3 or more flaring lobes. Swamps and shady forest throughout area. 2430 Minn Pt; 13117 Kettle Falls, Rainy L. Greenl to Alas. E. palustre L. Marsh Horsetail. --Local shores and marshes. 1228 Janet L s of Hibbing, Kabetogama L. NS to Alas. E. fluviatile L. Water Horsetail. Cone-bearing stems like the sterile ones, 5-15 dm high; sheaths green, tight, with fine, dark brown teeth; lateral branches, if present, hollow, spreading.
5436 rock crevices above L Superior at East Beaver Bay; 13585 mossy ledges of the Great Palisade Head, n-facing cliff above Hwy 61. Alas, Minn, Eu. Pteretis Raf. Ostrich Fern (Gr. pteris, fern) P. ) Fern. f. pensylvanica. Ostrich Fern. Large ferns up to 1 m tall with stout forking rhizomes; sporophylls on crown of caudex encircled by sterile leaves vasefashion; rachis and stalks grooved; the sori enclosed within cavities of the nodulous pinnae; the rachis of sterile leaves glabrous and shiny, or pubescent in f.
A flora of northeastern Minnesota by Olga Lakela