Plants of Coastal British Columbia (英語) ペーパーバック – 1994/4/1
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Amazon.com: 6 件のカスタマーレビュー
Jax B. Nimble
Hands Down Best Purchase!
2012年4月18日 - (Amazon.com)
Frequently roaming and living up and down the coast from the Hoh Rainforest down to Northern Oregon this book has proved invaluable! Thorough with clear descriptions, pictures, and sketches that allow you to easily identify most any species you might run across west of the Cascades. It might not fit into your pocket but it's worth the little extra weight adding to your backpack whenever you go hiking. So delightful sometimes I read it even when I have no need to look up a particular plant. Makes me fall in love with places I live and venture over and over again.
The Ultimate Reference Guide
2012年6月22日 - (Amazon.com)
This is the ultimate reference to plants of coastal BC. I certainly wish there could be room for more photos of each plant at different stages of growth to allow for a better chance of identification. But alas, it is a thick guide as it is. You need this, and then can get other more specific guides like Samuel Thayer's excellent books on foraging or on trees or whatever your particular interest is, this is a nice broad reference to have on your shelf or in your backpack.
Best photo identification
2015年4月16日 - (Amazon.com)
I have a fairly large library of books for plant identification and this is my favorite. This is the 2nd one I bought. I wanted the updated version though it is about 10 years old
2013年8月29日 - (Amazon.com)
The pictures are big enough to really see what's going on with the plants. The information is terrific and useful.
2001年2月18日 - (Amazon.com)
The "plants of....." series is the best most comprehensive botanical reference materials for the Northwest and southern BC as well as the interior, I highly reccomend these books to anyone who has interest in the indigenous species of these areas. As a proffessional Forester I have foujnd myself constantly referring to these books to identify, shrubs, herbs and trees, as well as mosses and lichens. And if your memory is as bad as mine this book will become a mainstay and welcome addition to your reference collection.