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Wild Orchids of Florida

With References to the Atlantic And Gulf Coastal Plains

by Paul Martin Brown

  • 279 Want to read
  • 3 Currently reading

Published by University Press of Florida .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Botany & plant sciences,
  • Trees & wildflowers,
  • Orchids,
  • Identification,
  • Nature,
  • Nature/Ecology,
  • Florida,
  • Pictorial works,
  • Flowers,
  • United States - South Atlantic - Florida,
  • Plants - General

  • Edition Notes

    ContributionsStan Folsom (Illustrator)
    The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages432
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL8021960M
    ISBN 100813029333
    ISBN 109780813029337
    OCLC/WorldCa61859886

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First published inWild Orchids of Florida was the very first field guide for this orchid-rich state, and it inspired many to try their hand at orchid hunting. Because of its overwhelming popularity and Wild Orchids of Florida book an attempt to provide the latest developments in orchid research, native orchid expert Paul Martin Brown follows up with this newly revised and expanded by: 8.

Main Page | Gallery of Native Orchids | Blog | Photo Essays | Native Orchids and Florida Law | Observing Native Orchids | Stock Photograph Use and Licensing | Native Orchid Calendars and Other Merchandise | Speaking Engagements | About the Author.

"The Native Orchids of Florida" by Carlyle Luer was a book I much coveted when I lived in Florida. It was full of excellent color photographs taken by the author, along with detailed descriptions and distribution notes.

This is still a standard text and should be owned by anybody interested in the native species of Orchidaceae in the Sunshine 5/5(7). Wild Orchids wasn't exactly the greatest story line I've ever read, but because of these characters this book won me over. It is, and will forever be, my favorite book of all time.

I own I've read a lot of books in my life, but for some reason this book hit something inside me/5. Florida Wild Orchid Gallery.

Welcome to the Florida Native Orchids Gallery. This gallery is a labor of love for the orchids native to my home state, Florida (which, translated from Spanish, means "Land of Flowers"). Many of these photographs are available as high-resolution digital stock photographs, as well as frameable high-resolution art.

Wild Orchids of Florida book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. In more than years of orchid research in Florida, Wild Orchids /5. Florida Native Orchids The Intriguing World of Wild Orchids The following Experts of Orchid Care guest post is an interview with Prem Subrahmanyam, an award-winning orchid photographer who’s works have appeared in various magazine publications, textbooks, educational displays, orchid society newsletters, and.

From reviews of the first edition: "Wild Orchids of Florida is a 'must have' for everyone interested in these fascinating plants, whether you are a beginner or a professional. Brown is to be congratulated for this excellent book."--Florida Scientist "Any bird watcher who lives in Florida and also watches plants should have this book, as should any reader who has an interest in orchids--no.

Orchids are beloved by plant experts and casual flower lovers alike for their gorgeous colors, unusual look, and delicate features. Part of the largest family of plants on Earth, orchids grow in many climates and thrive under a variety of conditions.

There are more t species of wild orchids in the world, with more than species. University Press of Florida Book: Wild Orchids of the Southeastern United States, North of Peninsular Florida. Contributors: Paul Martin Brown with drawings by Stan Folsom.

ISBN Numbers: Subject(s): Floridiana - Natural History. Orchids are often thought about in the most serene, zen-like way – absolute perfection in nature.

We think of beautiful flower arrangements, corsages, and the famous lei that a Hawaiian visitor is famously greeted with. I’ve spent a massive amount of time in the past seven years photographing the wild native orchids of Florida. Buy Wild Orchids of Florida (): NHBS - Paul Martin Brown, University Press of Florida.

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Part 1 Orchids and Florida 1 --Which Orchid Is It. 7 --Part 2 Wild Orchids of Florida --Native and Naturalized 23 --Basiphyllaea 26 --Beloglottis 28 --Bletia 31 --Brassia 34 --Bulbophyllum 36 --Calopogon 39 --Campylocentrum 50 --Cleistes 53 --Corallorhiza 59 --Cranichis 64 --Cyclopogon 67 --Cyrtopodium 73 --Dendrophylax 79 --Eltroplectris Wild Orchids of Florida | First published inWild Orchids of Florida was the very first field guide for this orchid-rich state, and it inspired many to try their hand at orchid hunting.

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Books Our Botanists Use South. A Field Guide to Trees and Shrubs. 2nd edition. George A. Petrides. Wild Orchids of Florida. 2nd ed. Wild Orchids of Texas. Joe Liggio and Ann Orto Liggio.

University of Texas Press. Wildflowers and Ferns of Kentucky. Thomas G. Barnes and S. Wilson Francis. The University Press of. Regional guides to wild orchids, such as those listed in the bibliography, yielded valuable information, but our work would have taken longer without Donovan Correll's monumental works, Flora of Texas, Orchidaceae () and Native Orchids of North America (), and Carlyle Luer's Native Orchids of Florida () and Native Orchids of the.

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The flow of the story did not confuse me as it went from different times in the life of the characters.

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They grow almost anywhere, with many species found in temperate and colder climates. Most types of orchids fit into the epiphytes category, meaning they are plants that grow on trees.