By Olga Lakela
A vegetation of Northeastern Minnesota used to be 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 handbook for the identity of the ferns, fern allies, flowering crops, timber, shrubs, and herbs of Minnesota's Arrowhead area, this quantity lists 113 botanic households and describes 1,300 species, with keys for id. There are eighty line drawings of plant species and 419 maps exhibiting distribution.
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C. V. Morton f. disjuncta. Oak Fern. The slender forking rhizome elongate, close to the soil surface; leaves ternate, each division pinnate-pinnatifid stalked, lateral divisions differing from the central one in outline of the lowermost pinnae; stipes brittle and naked in maturity, smooth, or rarely glandular in f. --Rocky woods throughout area. 9541 Kabetogama L; 2177 Duluth; 18183 rocky pine forest, Friday Bay of Crooked L, Lake Co; f. glandulosa 9237 Echo Trail, nw of Ely; 9713 Ash R, Kabetogama L.
F. pensylvanica. Ostrich Fern. Large ferns up to 1 m tall with stout forking rhizomes; sporophylls on crown of caudex encircled by sterile leaves vasefashion; rachis and stalks grooved; the sori enclosed within cavities of the nodulous pinnae; the rachis of sterile leaves glabrous and shiny, or pubescent in f. -Common throughout area. f. pensylvanica, 13318 Ash R e of Kabetogama L; 13580 ravine East Beaver Bay, Lake Co. f. pubescens 2030 Minn Pt, Duluth. 7700 ash swamp, Whiteface R, w of Cotton.
Louis and Lake Co. Boreal, and in mt states. L. annotinum L. var. annotinum. Stiff Clubmoss. Stems barely underground, creeping, the upright branches forking, clothed with linear to linear-lanceolate serrate spreading to reflexed leaves; or entire or nearly so in var. ; or ascending, stiff, prolonged to attenuate tips in var. pungens (La Pylaie) Desv. ; cones sessile with broadly lanceolate sporophylls. Var. annotinum 11788 Lac La Croix; 5354 Denbigh, n of Duluth; var. acrifolium 13711 Crane L; var.
A flora of northeastern Minnesota by Olga Lakela