By Eugene N. Kozloff
A good source for botanists, local plant fanatics, ecologists, conservationists, and beginner naturalists who need a finished, up to date, and well-illustrated e-book for the identity of vegetation of the Pacific Northwest. this is often the definitive consultant to the wealthy and sundry flowers of the area, from the sea shore to the crest of the Cascades, from British Columbia south during the Klamath Mountains of southwestern Oregon and the Siskiyous in northwestern California. Its botanical insurance is whole, together with vegetation local to the area in addition to those who were brought and develop into naturalized. greater than 2500 species are absolutely defined, with simple keys and greater than seven hundred colour images and 350 line drawings to facilitate profitable id.
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E. variegatum subsp. ) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . E. variegatum subsp. alaskanum alaskan scouring rush ISOETACEAE Quillwort Family Quillworts usually grow in shallow water or on wet mud, but a few species are found on soil that is only damp. The quill-like leaves, cylindrical or three-angled, arise in a tight cluster from a short, bulbous stem. A conspicuous sporangium is located on the inner surface of the swollen base of most of them. Identiﬁcation of species often requires microscopic study of the spores.
A. jordanii california maidenhair Botrychium 1 Sterile portion of leaf as wide or wider than long, the primary divisions again deeply lobed at least once 2 Sterile portion of leaf with at least a short stalk (this only a few mm long in B. pumicola); ultimate lobes of sterile portion blunt 3 Stalk of sterile portion at least 2 cm long; mature blade usually at least 10 cm long, pinnately divided as many as 4 times, not ﬂeshy, typically persisting into the next growing season; usually in sphagnum bogs (the most common Botrychium at lower elevations in our region) .
Lycopodiaceae, p. 49 club-moss family (Diphasiastrum, Huperzia, Lycopodium) 3 Plants not at all resembling mosses in their general habit of growth 5 Plants with several to many slender, tapering leaves, the bases of these attached to a short stem; most leaves with 2 sporangia at the base, one type producing spores much larger than those produced by the other (plants usually completely or partly submerged in fresh water but sometimes growing on moist soil) . . . . . . . . . .
Plants of Western Oregon, Washington & British Columbia by Eugene N. Kozloff