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A plants of Northeastern Minnesota was once first released in 1965. Minnesota Archive variations makes use of electronic know-how to make long-unavailable books once more available, and are released unaltered from the unique collage of Minnesota Press editions.
A guide for the identity of the ferns, fern allies, flowering crops, timber, shrubs, and herbs of Minnesota's Arrowhead zone, this quantity lists 113 botanic households and describes 1,300 species, with keys for identity. There are eighty line drawings of plant species and 419 maps exhibiting distribution.
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A. Eat. Differs from the preceding var. by softer stems and sheath markings, a single dark band at the rim below the teeth. Infrequent. 1738 Superior Bay front, Minn Pt, Duluth. Can to Mex. LYCOPODIACEAE (CLUBMOSS FAMILY) Low evergreen perennials, tufted or with creeping stems above or below the ground, giving rise to erect fruiting stems; leaves linear-lanceolate, imbricated in 4-16 ranks. Sporophylls compacted into strobili, or, like the leaves, scattered at the tips of the upright stems; spores of 1 kind.
Spirillus P. praelongus Wulf. White-stemmed Pondweed. Stems simple to branching with rhizomes; leaves hooded at tips, oblong-lanceolate, cordate and clasping; peduncles somewhat clavate; fruits 35 green, beaked and keeled. Occasional in area. 11437 Caribou L, 14 mi nw of Duluth; 16211 in deep water L Vermilion, Treasure Island area. Lab to Alas and s, Colo. P. Richardsonii (Benn. ) Rydb. Clasping-leaf Pondweed. --Common in sandy-bottomed lakes. 11845 Crooked L at Curtain Falls; 7606 St. Louis R at New Duluth.
Quillwort (Ancient Gr. name) Roots and corm somewhat fleshy; leaves soft or firm, linear, spongy, spirally arranged in rosettes, mostly with sporophylls, the outermost usually bearing megasporangia, the inner microsporangia; megaspores variously sculptured; microspores numerous. Leaves firm with straight to recurving tips, megaspores reticulate J. macrospora Leaves soft, spreading to arching at tips, megaspores muricate I. muricata I. macrospora Dar. Quillwort. 7 mm thick, prominently ridged-reticulate.
A flora of northeastern Minnesota by Olga Lakela