The Sunflower Family in the Upper Midwest

The Sunflower Family in the Upper Midwest

2001
by: Thomas M. Antonio & Susanne Masi

Features 544 photos as well as dot maps for each of the 150 treated species. The maps cover six states (Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Michigan, Minnesota and Wisconsin). The species are arranged by flower color and floret type, and then alphabetically within each of the four groups. Many of the habit shots are full-page, providing the user with a suite of associated plant species and a feel for where to find the species. An attractive book suitable for display or the reference library.

Thomas Antonio formerly worked for the Chicago Botanic Garden and was curator of collections for Garfield Park and Lincoln Park Conservatories (Chicago Park District). He now works and lives in New Mexico.

Susanne Masi, a native Chicagoan, was a research botanist at the Chicago Botanic Garden in Glencoe. Her field work focused on regional native flora, endangered and threatened species, floristic surveys, and natural area vegetation.

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The Tears of Re. Beekeeping in Ancient Egypt

Hard cover (w/ dust jacket), 6.25 x 9.5 inches, 0.9 lbs, xiii + 133 pages, literature cited, index, 101 b&w figures, 16 color plates 

"The title suggests an esoteric subject, but the book is so much more." - Ron Cherry, professor of entomology, Univ. Florida

The author, a North Dakota native, is dean and professor of biology at the College of Mount St. Joseph in Cincinnati and adjunct curator of entomology at the Cincinnati Museum Center. His other research interests include Charles Darwin, tiger beetles and periodical cicadas.  His is editor of American Entomologist.  His is a former President of the Indiana Academy of Science and held the same position for the American Association of the Academies of Science. He will receive the IAS Distinguished Scholar award in 2017.

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