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Descriptions of the 114 species covered in detail list common and scientific names and include pertinent general commentary with useful background facts. The distribution of each species is indicated by a diagrammatic map of Kansas showing areas of location. The guide to the identification of plants, keys to species, glossary, and other important features will successfully introduce the subject to anyone interested in the woody plants of Kansas and surrounding areas.
Author Biography: H. A. Stephens has devoted over fifty years to biology education and botanical research, and is the author of Woody Plants of the North Central Plains, Cacti in Kansas, and Poisonous Plants of the Central United States.