MINNESOTA REFERENCES

Suggested Web-links

Annotated Checklist of the Flora of Minnesota
http://www.bellmuseum.org/plants/mn_flora.html

Como Park Zoo and Conservatory
http://www.comozooconservatory.org/

Minnesota Department of Natural Resources
http://www.dnr.state.mn.us/index.html

Interactive Key to the Woody Plants of Minnesota
http://geo.cbs.umn.edu/treekey/navikey.html

Minnesota Landscape Arboretum
http://www.arboretum.umn.edu/

Minnesota Native Plant Society
http://www.mnnps.org/

The Nature Conservancy, Minnesota Chapter
http://nature.org/wherewework/northamerica/states/minnesota/index.html

Northern Minnesota Botanical Society
http://www.bemidjistate.edu/NMBS

The Prairie Enthusiasts
http://www.theprairieenthusiasts.org/chapter/smoke/smoke.htm

University of Minnesota Extension Service
http://www.extension.umn.edu/index.html

University of Minnesota Herbarium, Bell Museum of Natural History
http://www.cbs.umn.edu/herbarium/herbarium.htm

General References

Cholewa, A.F. 2005. Annotated Checklist of the Flora of Minnesota.
http://www.cbs.umn.edu/herbarium/checklis2.htm

Morley, T. 1969. Spring Flora of Minnesota. Univ. of Minnesota Press, Minneapolis. 283 pp.

Ownbey, G.B. and T. Morley. 1991. Vascular Plants of Minnesota: A Checklist and Atlas. Univ. of Minnesota Press, Minneapolis. 307 pp.

Tester, J. 1995. Minnesota’s Natural Heritage: An Ecological Perspective. Univ. of Minnesota Press, Minneapolis. 352 pp.

Regional Floras

North

Moyle, J.B. 1964. Northern Non-woody Plants. Burgess Publishing Co., Minneapolis. 108 pp.

Northeast

Lakela, O. 1965. A Flora of Northeastern Minnesota. Univ. of Minnesota Press, Minneapolis. 541 pp.

Central

Wovcha, D. et al. 1995. Minnesota’s St. Croix River Valley and Anoka Sandplain: A Guide to Native Habitats. Univ. of Minnesota Press, Minneapolis. 234 pp.

Picture Guides and Specialty Books

Chippewa National Forest et al. 1996. Chippewa National Forest and Cass County Rare Plants Field Guide. Chippewa National Forest, MN Dept. of Natural Resources, and Leech Lake Indian Reservation, Cass Lake MN. 39 pp.

Cholewa, A.F. and D. Biesboer. 2005. Common Plants of Itasca State Park. Bell Museum of Natural History, Univ. of Minnesota, Minneapolis. 124 pp.

Coffin, B. and L. Pfannmuller, eds. 1988. Minnesota’s Endangered Flora and Fauna. Univ. of Minnesota Press, Minneapolis. 473 pp.

Deacon, N. & G. Weiblen. 2003. Interactive Key to the Woody Plants of Minnesota.
http://geo.cbs.umn.edu/treekey/navikey.html

Eggers, S.D. and D.M. Reed. 1997. Wetland Plants and Plant Communities of Minnesota and Wisconsin, 2nd ed.. U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, St. Paul MN. 263 pp.

Janke, R.A. 1996. The Wildflowers of Isle Royale. Isle Royale Natural History Association, Houghton MI. 96 pp. [technically part of MI flora but actually just off the shoreline of northeastern MN]

Moyle, J.B. and Evelyn W. Moyle. 2001. Northland Wild Flowers: The Comprehensive Guide to the Minnesota Region, Rev. Ed. Univ. of Minnesota Press. 256 pp.

Rathke, D.M. 2002. A Beginner’s Guide to Minnesota Trees. Univ. of Minnesota Extension Service. 94 pp.

Smith, W.R. 1993. Orchids of Minnesota. Univ. of Minnesota Press, Minneapolis.

Tekiela, S. 1999. Wildflowers of Minnesota: Field Guide. Adventure Publications Inc., Cambridge, MN. 410 pp.

Tekiela, S. 2001. Trees of Minnesota: Field Guide. Adventure Publications Inc., Cambridge, MN. 195 pp.

Tryon, R. 1980. Ferns of Minnesota, 2nd edition. Univ. of Minnesota Press, Minneapolis. 165 pp.

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