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Common weeds / by Paul C. Standley, Assoc. Curator of the Herbarium.

Main Author: Standley, Paul Carpenter, 1884-1963.
Related Names: Brownell, Leverett White 1871-, photographer
Language(s): English
Published: Chicago: Field Museum of Natural History, 1934.
Subjects: Onkruid.
Weeds.
Note: "The photographs of the following plants were obtained from L. W. Brownell: green foxtail, goosefoot, pusley, sweet clover, plantain, galinsoga, mayweed, and dandelion." -- p. [32]
"This is the fifth [i.e. sixth] of a series of Field Museum Leaflets dealing with some of the common and conspicuous plants of the Chicago region. The earlier ones treat of the flowers of spring [No. 7], spring and early summer [No. 8], summer [No. 9], and autumn [No. 10]. [and common trees, No. 11]." -- p. [32]
Cover title.
Fieldiana, Popular series, Botany, was published by Field Museum of Natural History, Dept. of Botany as Leaflet (no. 1-9, 1922-1924), as Botany leaflet (no. 10-25, 1924-1940), and by Chicago Natural History Museum as Popular series: Botany (no. 26-27, 1947-1950).
Physical Description: [32] p. : 27 ill. ; 22 cm.
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