Annotated Flora of the Santa Catalina Mountains by James Verrier / $35
290 pages / color photographs / topo maps / 40 pages of flower photos.
The Santa Catalina Mountains are located just northeast of the Tucson Basin and are known for their diversity of plant life. James Verrier spent 10 years methodically exploring the Catalinas in order to produce this flora. The introduction provides an overview of the study area as well as information on collection history, plant diversity, geology, and assessments of rare and invasive plants. Color photographs are included throughout the flora. In addition to the annotated vascular plant checklist, the author provides a checklist of non-vascular plants.
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Floras and other Special Issues
Volume 32(1) 2016 - Perennial Grass-dominated Plant Communities of the Eastern Mojave Desert Region, Joseph R. McAuliffe
Volume 29(2) 2014 - A Guide to North American Grasslands, David E. Brown and Elizabeth Makings
Volume 24(2) 2008 - Emergent Outcomes of the Interplay of Climate, Fire and Grazing in a Desert Grassland, Charles G. Curtin
Volume 23(2) 2007 - Buenos Aires National Wildlife Refuge, Arizona, John Bezy, Charles F. Hutchinson, Conrad J. Bahre
Volume 22(2), December 2006 - Flora of the San Pedro Riparian National Conservation Area, Elizabeth Makings
Volume 21(1) 2005 - Flora and Vegetation of the West Fork of Oak Creek Canyon, Coconino County, Arizona
Volume 19(2) 2003 - Traditional Western Apache Mescal Gathering as Recorded by Historical Photographs and Museum Collections
Volume18(1) - 2002 Flora of the Santa Cruz Kathryn Mauz
Volume 16(2) - 2000 Flora of the Ragged Top John Wiens
Volume 15(2) - 1999 Flora of the Sawtooth Mountains Kathryn Mauz
Volume 12(2) - 1996 Flora of the Tucson Mountains Renée Rondeau et al.
Volume 11(2-3) - 1995 The Gray Ranch Patrick S. Bourgeron et al.
Volume 9(3-4) - 1989 Riparian Forest and Scrubland Robert C. Szaro
Volume 8(2) - 1987 Flora of the Rincon Mountains Janice Bowers and Steven McLaughlin
Volume 7(2) - 1985 Symposium on Agave Donald Pinkava and Howard Scott Gentry, editors
Volume 6(2) - 1984 Ciénegas Dean A. Hendrickson and W.L. Minckley
Volume 5(2) - 1983 Desert Tepary Gary Paul Nabhan, editor
Volume 4(1-4) - 1982 Biotic Communities David Brown, editor
Volume 2(1) - 1980 Annual Saguaro Harvest Frank Crosswhite
updated December 2016