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by L. Katherine Kirkman,Claud L. Brown

Category: Biological Sciences
Subcategory: Science books
Author: L. Katherine Kirkman,Claud L. Brown
ISBN: 0881924806
ISBN13: 978-0881924800
Language: English
Publisher: Timber Press, Incorporated; 1st edition (August 1, 2000)
Pages: 384
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This book by Brown & Kirkman is the best resource I have seen for those interested in tree identification anywhere in the Southeast.

This book by Brown & Kirkman is the best resource I have seen for those interested in tree identification anywhere in the Southeast. It includes excellent descriptions of over 200 native trees, as well as hundreds of color photographs. There are also charts for identifying every family, genus, and species in the summer and winter.

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Students, professionals, tree lovers, and native plant enthusiasts alike will fall in love with Native Plants of the Southeast. The diversity of woody plants in the Southeast is unparalleled in North America. Native Trees of the Southeast is a practical, compact field guide for the identification of the more than 225 trees native to the region, from the Carolinas and eastern Tennessee south through Georgia into northern Florida and west through Alabama, Mississippi, Louisiana, and Arkansas into eastern Texas. For confident identification, nearly 600 photographs, close to 500 of them in color,.

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Useful throughout the Southeast, north of Florida---90 percent of the native trees from Delaware to east Texas are included---this field guide identifies 205 species and varieties, with keys and complete plant descriptions that highlight differences between similar taxa.
Comments to eBook Trees of Georgia and Adjacent States
Shakagul
This is actually a wonderful book for those serious about knowing how to identify a tree. It is a bit much for those casual users who simply want to see a pictures to identify trees. If you want to know about leaf structure and bark to identify trees, this is your book.
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I's like this book a lot more if the all the tree photos were adjacent to the text description, instead of all the pictures being concentrated in the center of the book.
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The book itself is one of the best of this genre for those of us in the SE. Straightforward to use and wonderful complete photos. Indispensable.
ACOS
It's a great book about trees.
Thetahuginn
As a forester privileged to work for seven years on the national Forest Inventory Analysis program, I found this book to be the most helpful guide to identifying trees throughout the year. Correctly identifying trees on the research plots was critical and the descriptions by genus, species and variety in this book was spot on.
Ample details of Leaves, Twigs, Bark, Flowers and Fruit provide clues to each tree's identity. One possible hangup could be the authors use of technical names for various characteristics, such as upper surfaces "glabrous". However, the Introduction illustrates every term with drawings so this issue is easily overcome.
At the beginning of each tree Family, there is a summer key to aid in identification along with a winter key in the appendix. A very helpful section in Appendix B is the photos of various twigs. Each twig is listed by scientific name and I went through the list handwriting the common names underneath for easy reference, as sometimes scientific names are hard to remember.
Like many tree id books, this one has numerous color photos of leaves, fruit, bark and flowers for many, but not all, trees in our area. Another helpful bonus is showing the natural range where each tree is located within the southeast.
My favorite part of the book, and one of the most helpful to me, is the section for each tree titled, "Recognition Difficulties with Other Taxa" which basically explains how a given tree can be distinguished from other similar looking trees.
Through the growing season with leaves, flowers and fruit to the dead of winter with no leaves on the deciduous trees, this book was a constant companion in my work. My hardback copy is well worn, now covered in tape to keep the binding together as the Alabama summer heat and sweat took their toll. But the inside pages have held up and despite the elements are in very good shape after 22 years of ownership.
This book is well worth the cost.
Rindyt
This book by Brown & Kirkman is the best resource I have seen for those interested in tree identification anywhere in the Southeast. It includes excellent descriptions of over 200 native trees, as well as hundreds of color photographs. There are also charts for identifying every family, genus, and species in the summer and winter. Also included is a list of many non-native species which could be confused with our native trees. Because most other books about dendrology in the Southeast are so outdated, this is definitely the best resource available for any botanist, forester, or anyone else who would like a greater appreciation of our most fascinating natural resource.
Wyameluna
Brown & Kirkman have synthesized a wonderful, comprehensive guide to Georgia trees. Many species distributions overlap with other states, however, so this guide is useful for most of the Southeast. In addition to species descriptions, they include valuable habitat and economic information. Perhaps the most unique feature is the "Recognition difficulties with other taxa" section that is included with every species description. Now even beginning botanists can distinguish Post Oak from Sand Post Oak with ease.
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