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Carnivorous Plants Online - Botanical Society of America
... America (southern Oregon, northern California). For more Darlingtonia californica information CLICK HERE Family: Sarraceniaceae Genus: Sarracenia Pitcher Plant Currently 10 listed species occupying habitats in eastern North America (central Canada to southeastern United States of America). For more Sarracenia information - CLICK ...
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Sarracenia, Carnivorous Plants Online - Botanical Society of America
... of America Sarracenia - the Pitcher Plants TRAP TYPE: Pitfall Trap Currently Ca. 10 listed species occupying habitats in eastern North America (central Canada to southeastern United States of America). Special paper on Sarracenia alata. A common plant in the bogs of the northeastern part of North America ...
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Botanical Society of America - About the BSA
... fiu.edu ECOLOGY SECTION Chair (2007): *Janice M. Coons Biological Sciences Department Eastern Illinois University Charleston, IL 61920 Phone: (217) 581-6243, FAX: (217) 581 ... Ecological Society of America International Organization of Paleobotany Mycological Society of America Society for Economic Botany Phycological Society of America Phytochemical Society of North America More About the ...
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Botanical Society of America - Young Botanist of the Year Awards
... their participation in the Botanical Society of America. Call for Award Nominations September 1, 2006 - March 1, ... Illinois University, Carbondale, Plant Biology Department Jones, Jeffrey North Carolina State University, Department of Botany Lopez-Smith ... University, Chico Coleman, Christina Auburn University Cunningham, Jason Eastern Illinois University Guillot, Monica (Nickki) Drake University Hudson ...
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Careers In Botany - Botanical Society of America Member Profiles
... , and spent weekends botanizing the Chesapeake and Ohio Canal towpath, Rock Creek Park, and the eastern seaboard. By that time I was using Gleason and Cronquist's Manual of Vascular Plants ... Petota) grow entirely in the Americas. About 30 species grow in North and Central America, and about 150 species in South America. They grow from the southwestern United States to southern Chile, in ...
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