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Woody plants of the lower Rio Grande Valley, Texas

Robert I. Lonard

Woody plants of the lower Rio Grande Valley, Texas

by Robert I. Lonard

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Published by Texas Memorial Museum, University of Texas at Austin in Austin, Tex .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Texas,
  • Lower Rio Grande Valley
    • Subjects:
    • Woody plants -- Texas -- Lower Rio Grande Valley -- Identification.

    • Edition Notes

      Includes bibliographical references p. (164-167) and index.

      Statementby Robert I. Lonard, James H. Everitt, Frank W. Judd ; with illustrations by Norman A. Browne.
      SeriesMiscellaneous publications,, no. 7, Miscellaneous publications (Texas Memorial Museum) ;, no. 7.
      ContributionsEveritt, J. H., Judd, Frank W.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsQK188 .L655 1991
      The Physical Object
      Pagination179 p. :
      Number of Pages179
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL1670353M
      LC Control Number91623545

        Common Woody Plants and Cacti of South Texas is an easy-to-use plant identification field guide to fifty species that comprise an estimated 90 percent of the region's woody canopy cover north of the Rio Grande Valley. The species accounts include photographs, descriptions, values to livestock and wildlife, and nutritional s: 6. Plants of deep south Texas: a field guide to the woody and flowering species. [Alfred Richardson; Ken King] "The heart and concept of this book are great. It will be valued by all kinds of nature lovers in South Texas, and not just newcomers. # Plants--Texas--Lower Rio Grande Valley\/span>\n \u00A0\u00A0\u00A0\n schema.

      Forgotten Legions: Sheep in the Rio Grande Plain of Texas. Texas Western Press, UT El Paso. pp. Lonard, R.I. and F.W. Judd. Phytogeography of the woody flora of the Lower Rio Grande Valley, Texas. Texas Journal of Science McLendon, T. Preliminary description of the vegetation zones of South Texas exclusive. The Rio Grande Valley is a transborder socio-cultural region located in a floodplain draining into the Rio Grande river near its mouth. The region includes the southernmost tip of South Texas and a portion of northern Tamaulipas, consists of the Brownsville, Harlingen, Weslaco, Pharr, McAllen, Edinburg, Mission, San Juan, and Rio Grande City metropolitan areas in the United States.

      Covering the almost three million acres of southernmost Texas known as the Lower Rio Grande Valley (LRGV), the book showcases the diversity in this region\'s juncture of subtropic, temperate, coastal, and desert influences, representing eleven distinct biotic communities.\/span>\"@ en\/a> ; \u00A0\u00A0\u00A0\n schema:description\/a> \" Map of. The Vascular Plants of Texas: A List, Up-dating the Manual of the Vascular Plants of Texas. Published by author, Austin. Johnston, M.C. The Vascular Plants of Texas: A List, Up-dating the Manual of the Vascular Plants of Texas (ed. 2). Published by author, Austin. Jones, F.B. Flowering Plants and Ferns of the Texas Coastal Bend.


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Woody plants of the lower Rio Grande Valley, Texas by Robert I. Lonard Download PDF EPUB FB2

The plus species treated in this book make this the ultimate plant identification guide for the Lower Rio Grande Valley a 'must-have' book for anyone interested in the flora of the Lower Rio Grande Valley.

It will be the book I carry into the field."--Thomas Patterson, South Texas CollegeCited by: 5. Genre/Form: Field guides: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Lonard, Robert I. Woody plants of the lower Rio Grande Valley, Texas. Austin, Tex.: Texas Memorial Museum, University of Texas.

"Which makes Plants of Deep South Texas an especially welcome book this richly illustrated guide identifies over wild plants found Woody plants of the lower Rio Grande Valley the Lower Rio Grande Valley Plants of Deep South Texas is a big book well worth the price of admission to its wonderful display." — William Scheick, Texas /5(15).

Woody Plants of the Lower Rio Grande Valley, Texas By Lonard, Everitt, and Judd TREES. MESQUITE(Prosopis glandulosa)Stems: A small tree shrub up to 10 m tall, usually bearing straight : Bipinnately compound, alternate or occasionally fascilced, usually with one pair of pinnae and pairs of leaflets per pinnae.

Flowers: Yellowish-green, borne in cylindrical spikes. A Field Guide to the Woody and Flowering Species Covering the almost three million acres of southernmost Texas known as the Lower Rio Grande Valley, this user-friendly guide is an essential reference for nature enthusiasts, farmers and ranchers, professional botanists, and anyone interested in the plant life of Texas.

Alfred Richardson and Ken King offer abundant photographs and short 5/5(1). Woody Plants of the Lower Rio Grande Valley, Texas. Texas Memorial Museum, University of Texas at Austin, Austin.

Mielke, Judy. Native Plants for Southwestern Landscapes. University of Texas Press, Austin. Miller, George O. Landscaping with Native Plants of Texas and the Southwest. Voyager Press, Stillwater. Native Plant Project. Approximate Returns on 20 Acre Grapefruit Orchard in the Lower Rio Grande Valley Grove Age #of boxes # of Trees/ac.

# of Boxes/ac. Price/box Total Yld./ac. Total 20. Woody Plants of the Lower Rio Grande Valley, Texas. Texas Memorial Museum, University of Texas at Austin., Misc. Publ. No pp. Miller, George O. Landscaping with Native Plants of Texas and the Southwest. Voyager Press, Stillwater, MN. Native Plant Project.

Native Trees of the Lower Rio Grande Valley, Texas. The Rio Grande Valley lies in the southern most area of Texas where it borders Mexico. The plants native to the Rio Grande Valley share drought and heat tolerance.

Brush covers much of the native landscape and trees rarely exceed 30 feet tall. An estimated 1, native flowering plant species grow in the Lower Rio Grande Valley. An estimated 1, native flowering plant species grow in the Lower Rio Grande Valley, Texas.

The Native Plant Project has selected a varied sampling of the native aquatic pond and wetland plants to be featured in this handbook. Plants native to the Lower Rio Grande Valley have advantages over plants brought in from elsewhere. Return to Photos of the Native Plants Used by Butterflies in the Lower Rio Grande Valley of South Texas There are several thousand species of plants in the LRGV.

Below are just a few images of the trees and shrubs of the Lower Rio Grande Valley that are used by the butterflies as host or nectar plants. WOODY PLANTS OF THE LOWER RIO GRANDE VALLEY, TEXAS And Adjacent Northern Mexico [Lonard, Robert I. ; Everitt, James H. ; Judd, Frank W.] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.

WOODY PLANTS OF THE LOWER RIO GRANDE VALLEY, TEXAS And Author: Frank W. Lonard, Robert I. ; Everitt, James H. ; Judd. A Field Guide to the Woody and Flowering Species Covering the almost three million acres of southernmost Texas known as the Lower Rio Grande Valley, this user-friendly guide is an essential reference for nature enthusiasts, farmers and ranchers, professional botanists, and anyone interested in the plant life of Richardson and Ken King offer abundant photographs and Reviews: More about the book: Covering the almost three million acres of southernmost Texas known as the Lower Rio Grande Valley, this user-friendly guide is an essential reference for nature enthusiasts, farmers and ranchers, professional botanists, and anyone interested in the plant life of Texas.

Covering the almost three million acres of southernmost Texas known as the Lower Rio Grande Valley, this user-friendly guide is an essential reference for nature enthusiasts, farmers and ranchers, professional botanists, and anyone interested in the plant life of Texas.

The Native Plant Project periodically updates and issues lists of endangered species of the lower Rio Grande Valley and checklists of its woody plants.

Selecting Trees The choice of a native tree, like any other plant, should be dictated by landscaping needs and the desired effect. -- The lower Rio Grande Valley (LRGV) of Texas is delimited by distinct physiographic features and its fauna and flora include many species that do not occur elsewhere in the state.

The LRGV native woody flora is comprised of species. An estimated 1, native flowering plant species grow in the Lower Rio Grande Valley, Texas. The Native Plant Project has selected a varied sampling of the native cacti and agaves, ground covers, and vines to be featured in this handbook.

Plants native to the Lower Rio Grande Valley have advantages over plants brought in from elsewhere. The subtropical climate of The Rio Grande Valley is characterized by warm summers, mild winters, and high humidity making it ideal for various plants including natives, to grow here.

If you’d like to add a vibrant palette of colors to your garden, add natives like Turk’s Cap (Malvaviscus drummondii), Scarlet Sage (Salvia coccinea), and.

Gardner JL. Vegetation of the creosotebush area of the Rio Grande valley in New Mexico. Ecol. Monogr. Ideker J. Checklist of woody plants native to the Lower Rio Grande Valley of Texas. Sabal 2(6) Kennedy K, Poole JM. Hinckley oak (Quercus hinckleyi) recovery plan.

WOODY PLANTS IN THE LOWER RIO GRANDE VALLEY, TEXAS ROBERT I. LONARD AND FRANK W. JUDD ABSTRACT.-The effects of a severe freeze in December, on the native plants of the lower Rio Grande Valley, Texas were determined for 75 species. Damage was initially assessed by examining leaves, apical meristems, and cambial tissues of stems.A Field Guide to the Woody and Flowering Species Covering the almost three million acres of southernmost Texas known as the Lower Rio Grande Valley, this user-friendly guide is an essential reference for nature enthusiasts, farmers and ranchers, professional botanists, and anyone interested in the plant life of Texas.Covering the almost three million acres of southernmost Texas known as the Lower Rio Grande Valley, this user-friendly guide is an essential reference for nature enthusiasts, farmers and ranchers, professional botanists, and anyone interested in the plant life of Texas.

and woody and herbaceous plants--two-thirds of the species that occur.