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The Trees of Florida Second Edition by Gil Nelson

The Trees of Florida Second Edition by Gil Nelson

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This new 2nd edition of Gil Nelson's popular Trees of Florida has been completely revised, updated, and enlarged to include all of Florida's native and naturalized trees. Treated are 528 species—up from 346 in the 1st edition—including 317 natives, 200 non-natives, and 11 species that occur nowhere else in the world.

New features in this edition include:
• 610 color photos (nearly four times as many as in the 1st edition)
• 420 line drawings (up by 60% from the 1st edition)
• Indication of species' origin (native or not native), and its region of nativity if not native
• Notation of endangered, threatened, endemic, or invasive status
• Notation of status as invasive or potentially invasive, including the FLEPPC rating
• Updated notes on each species' distribution within Florida
• Completely updated nomenclature
• A revised family, genus, and species classification that follows recent phylogenetic analyses
• A dichotomous key to higher taxa, making it easier to find families, genera, and species
This new 2nd edition of Gil Nelson's popular Trees of Florida has been completely revised, updated, and enlarged to include all of Florida's native and naturalized trees. Treated are 528 species—up from 346 in the 1st edition—including 317 natives, 200 non-natives, and 11 species that occur nowhere else in the world.

New features in this edition include:
• 610 color photos (nearly four times as many as in the 1st edition)
• 420 line drawings (up by 60% from the 1st edition)
• Indication of species' origin (native or not native), and its region of nativity if not native
• Notation of endangered, threatened, endemic, or invasive status
• Notation of status as invasive or potentially invasive, including the FLEPPC rating
• Updated notes on each species' distribution within Florida
• Completely updated nomenclature
• A revised family, genus, and species classification that follows recent phylogenetic analyses
• A dichotomous key to higher taxa, making it easier to find families, genera, and species

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Published by: Pineapple Press, Inc. on Jan 19, 2011
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