Wetland Plants of Ontario
Written by Steven G. Newmaster, Alan G. Harris and Linda J. Kershaw.
Published by Lone Pine Publishing, 1997.
|This easy-to-use guide will help you identify more than 175 weed
species, from the Pacific coast to the Maritimes. Packed with colour photos of
weeds at every growth stage, its your single best resource for
identifying these controlled plants.
Wetlands are an integral part of the Ontario landscape. They slow and sustain local water flow, and they contribute significantly to the diversity of life and ecosystems by providing habitat for plants, mammals, birds, reptiles and amphibians. Includes edible plants, native uses of plants and a colour photo guide.
Wetland Plants of Ontario includes more than 450 species, 300 colour photos, and 300 line drawings.
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