Orchids of IndianaBook - 1993
Presents all 43 orchids that grow in Indiana, with detailed descriptions, range maps, and color photographs. Introductory chapters cover orchid morphology and reproduction, and ecology and distribution, as well as specifics of Indiana orchidology and discussion of finding orchids and orchid conservation. Elegantly produced. Annotation copyright Book News, Inc. Portland, Or.
Ingram Publishing Services
All 43 of the orchids now growing in Indiana are represented in this handsome volumeof detailed descriptions, range maps, and color photographs, appealing to naturalists and orchidlovers everywhere.
Indiana University Press
Orchids enchant us as few other plants do, yet most people know surprisingly little about what may be the largest plant family on earth. A case in point: how many would have guessed that only three species of orchids occur naturally in Hawaii, while Indiana has forty-three? In this handsome and comprehensive volume, Michael Homoya gives us an inside look at Indiana’s wild orchids, detailing their distinguishing characteristics, habitat preferences, and state and continental ranges. With over 100 color plates and scientific illustrations complementing the text and depicting each orchid as it occurs in Indiana’s landscape, Orchids of Indiana will delight naturalists and orchid lovers everywhere.