By Olga Lakela
A plant life of Northeastern Minnesota used to be 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 collage of Minnesota Press editions.
A guide for the identity of the ferns, fern allies, flowering vegetation, timber, shrubs, and herbs of Minnesota's Arrowhead sector, this quantity lists 113 botanic households and describes 1,300 species, with keys for id. There are eighty line drawings of plant species and 419 maps exhibiting distribution.
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Stems with tiers of forking branches in fan-like arrangement; prostrate stem below ground L. obscurum var. dendroideum Stems strict or sparingly forking; prostrate stems above ground L. annotinum Leaves reduced in size on stalks of strobili. Branches terete; leaves bristle-tipped; horizontal stems trailing above the ground . L. clavatum, Branches flattened; leaves scale-like; bristles wanting; horizontal stems underground. Lateral branches spreading fan-fashion; leaves on the lower side shorter than those on the upper L.
Lucidulum Stems terminating in strobili, mature sporophylls yellowish to yellow and unlike in form, in contrast to the sterile green leaves; proliferating leaf buds wanting. Sporangia-bearing leaves similar to sterile leaves in form, becoming yellowish when mature L. inundatum Sporangia-bearing leaves unlike the sterile leaves. Leaves uniform in size up to the base of the sessile strobilus. Stems with tiers of forking branches in fan-like arrangement; prostrate stem below ground L. obscurum var.
Tall Scouring Rush. Stems stiff, to 10 dm high, evergreen, unbranched, or rarely branched in f. --Shores and embankments, common. 1382 Minn Pt, Duluth; 11842 Lac La Croix. f. polystachyum Prager. 11162 St. Louis-Aitkin Co line, Hwy 2. Var. intermedium A. A. Eat. Differs from the preceding var. by softer stems and sheath markings, a single dark band at the rim below the teeth. Infrequent. 1738 Superior Bay front, Minn Pt, Duluth. Can to Mex. LYCOPODIACEAE (CLUBMOSS FAMILY) Low evergreen perennials, tufted or with creeping stems above or below the ground, giving rise to erect fruiting stems; leaves linear-lanceolate, imbricated in 4-16 ranks.