Final Report of the State Geologist Volume 2, PT. 1

Final Report of the State Geologist Volume 2, PT. 1

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1889 edition. Excerpt: ... counties. A. aurea, Walt. Very rare. Burlington: Pine barrens near Atsion, 1878-Rusby. Blue-flag . I. versicolor, L. Swamps. Common in the eastern and southern counties; less frequent in the northwestern parts of the State. I. prismatica, Pursh. (I. Virginian, Gray.) Bergen: Closter, common--Austin; abundant on the Hackensack meadows--Leggett. Essex: Roseland and Kingsland--Rusby. Passaic: Valley of the Wanaque--Rudkin. Sussex: Waterloo--Britton. Hunterdon: Rosemont, rare--Best. Union: Plainfield--Tweedy. Mercer: Frequent--A. C. Stokes; and frequent southward. I. PSEUDACORUS, L. Escaped from cultivation. Bergen: Carlstadt--Otto Frank. Mercer: Along canal from Trenton northward, and near Princeton--Apgar. Hunterdon: Lambertville--Best. Camden: Banks of the Delaware above the city--Martindale. Adventive from Europe. BELAMCANDA, Adans. Blackberry Lily. B. CHINBNSIS (L.), Red. (Pardanlhus Chinemis, Ker.) Escaped from gardens. Monmouth: Along Crosswicks Creek near Walnford--Lockwood. Mercer: Princeton--Peters. Somerset: Along the canal at Rocky Hill--Lighthipe; Peapack--Apgar. Morris: Near Morristown--Miss R. C. Perry. Warren: Bridgevill.---Miss M. E. Campbell. Sussex: Woodrufi"s Gap and Franklin Furnace--Britton. Passaic: Pi-eakness--W. L. Fischer. Adventive from Asia. SISYRINCHIUM, L. Blue-eyed Grass. S. angustifolium, Mill. (S. Berniudiana, Gray, not L.) In fields. Common throughout the State; most abundant near the coast. Forma albiflorum (Rat), Britt.. Ocean: Point Pleasant--E. H. Day. Monmouth: Freehold--Lockwood. i S. mucronatum, Michx. Sussex: High Point--Britton. Hunterdon: Frequent---Best. Perhaps more common than is now apparent. I am not fully satisfied that we pave more than one species. D. villosa, L.-Damp...show more

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  • Paperback
  • 189 x 246 x 8mm | 259g
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  • Miami Fl, United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236566947
  • 9781236566942