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Trees of the Carolinas Field Guide (Tree Identification Guides) Paperback – May 16, 2007
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Each tree species is represented on two opposing pages: The left page consists of a full-page nice quality photograph showing the leaves and often in little inserts the bark, fruits or other identifying features. The right page contains a description including a little icon of a winter tree silhouette accompanied by a two-story house to indicate the average size of a mature tree, and leaf shapes are shown with an icon underneath the page numbers. While not comprehensive, the book covers a good proportion of the tree species you may find in the Carolinas. There is a checklist/index in the back that lists common names, but there is no index for scientific names though they are listed on the individual species pages.
My main criticism is that the focus of the book seems to be on identifying trees mainly in summer. Fall colors are mentioned in the descriptions, but not shown in pictures. Flowers and fruits are often depicted to help during spring and fall. However, no information is given about e.g.Read more ›
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A great book for the coffee table and backpack. I really like the inserts of pics of the bark, flowers, etc of the trees. A big help in identifying trees along the trail.Published 2 months ago by Gail Samples
Very informative. Helpful in identifying trees in my woods.Published 9 months ago by Rhonda K. Lipinski
Detailed, quality photos, quick referencing system for easy identifications. Perfect size for carrying and use in the field. Read morePublished 20 months ago by JMorreal