Aquatic and Wetland Plants of the Western Gulf Coast
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Early land value assessments were often negative . Today, the original, boundless, and nearly impenetrable wetlands are found in smaller patches, punctuated by levees, ditches, and roadways. Stutzenbaker, a retired wildlife biologist, describes the habitat requirements, wildlife values, propagation, and management possibilities for more than 200 plants, which are illustrated by pen-and-ink drawings that accompany habitat and scale photographs for field identification. There have been major changes in plant distribution and species composition and abundance across the western Gulf Coast."This book, originally published by Texas Parks & Wildlife Department but unavailable for years, fills a longstanding need for a comprehensive, easy-to-use guide to the aquatic and wetland plants of the Gulf Coast from New Orleans to Brownsville (including all of the Texas coast). Charles D. The plants are arran
STUTZENBAKER was born on a cotton farm in Fort Bend County, Texas, in 1934. He served in the U.S. About the AuthorCHARLES D. Army and graduated from Texas A&M University with a bachelor of science degree in wildlife management.
"The small side notes on identification and salinity tolerances for each species really make it easy to pin down what you're look" according to Jody Shugart. Despite having no color illustrations, this is THE field guide for wetland plant identification in Louisiana. The small side notes on identification and salinity tolerances for each species really make it easy to pin down what you're looking at.. jesr said Finally!. Finally, this book has been reprinted. Dreams do come true. Thanks to Amazon for making it available quickly at a great price!. Review - Aquatic and Wetland Plants of the Western Gulf Coast P&P_From_Texas Don't be fooled into thinking that the black and white photographs and line drawings found in this book make it less useful - it is the best reference book that I have seen on aquatic and wetland plants on the Gulf Coast. The plant descriptions include detailed drawings and measurements of leaves, flowers, etc. It is a great reference book.
CHARLES D. STUTZENBAKER was born on a cotton farm in Fort Bend County, Texas, in 1934. Army and graduated from Texas A&M University with a bachelor of science degree in wildlife management.. He served in the U.S